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  1. "There’s power in our history, in our joy, and in our votes," Obama wroteView the full article
  2. When You See My Mother, Ask Her to Dance will drop April 30View the full article
  3. In 2022, Other Half released Soft Action and it was our Album Of The Week. Today, the Norwich trio is announcing its follow-up, Dark Ageism, and releasing the lead single “Lifted Fingers” featuring Nada Surf’s Matthew Caws. View the full article
  4. "The over zealous and overtly militarized force used against my sons Justin and Christian is deplorable,” Misa Hylton wrote. “If these were the sons of a non-Black celebrity, they would not have been handled with the same aggression”View the full article
  5. The annual charity event — which returned after a 26-year hiatus in 2023 — will take place in Fort Payne, Alabama on June 1View the full article
  6. "Magical," "a true sweetheart," and "to-the-core funny" are just some of the descriptions people such as Martin Scorsese and Paul Feig used to describe FlahertyView the full article
  7. Post-punk has been one of indie rock’s trendier subgenres of the past half-decade or so, with British bands like Idles and Dry Cleaning leading a wave of talky, rhythm-forward art music. But post-punk can be fun, too, as groups like Wet Leg and Yard Act have ably demonstrated. And as heard from bands like Omni, there’s even room for melody in the mix, without abandoning the body-moving herks and jerks that define the style. View the full article
  8. John Sinclair, the jazz poet and activist, has died at 82. As The Detroit News reports, a representative said that he passed away from congestive heart failure at Detroit Receiving Hospital on Tuesday morning. View the full article
  9. The musician was accused of sexual harassment and fostering a toxic workplace environment in two lawsuits last yearView the full article
  10. The event will be hosted in Kansas City on Saturday, May 18 with additional appearances from DJ Irie and moreView the full article
  11. The indie-pop band talks about recording its sixth LP, Daniel, and learning not to overthink thingsView the full article
  12. "Nobody sings like you," White wrote about Queen BeyView the full article
  13. Enlarge (credit: Aurich / Thinkstock) Google offers a VPN via its "Google One" monthly subscription plan, and while it debuted on phones, a desktop app has been available for Windows and Mac OS for over a year now. Since a lot of people pay for Google One for the cloud storage increase for their Google accounts, you might be tempted to try the VPN on a desktop, but Windows users testing out the app haven't seemed too happy lately. An open bug report on Google's GitHub for the project says the Windows app "breaks" the Windows DNS, and this has been ongoing since at least November. A VPN would naturally route all your traffic through a secure tunnel, but you've still got to do DNS lookups somewhere. A lot of VPN services also come with a DNS service, and Google is no different. The problem is that Google's VPN app changes the Windows DNS settings of all network adapters to always use Google's DNS, whether the VPN is on or off. Even if you change them, Google's program will change them back. Most VPN apps don't work this way, and even Google's Mac VPN program doesn't work this way. The users in the thread (and the ones emailing us) expect the app, at minimum, to use the original Windows settings when the VPN is off. Since running a VPN is often about privacy and security, users want to be able to change the DNS away from Google even when the VPN is running. Read 6 remaining paragraphs | Comments View the full article
  14. The Daily Show host Jon Stewart's interview with FTC Chair Lina Khan. The conversation about Apple begins around 16:30 in the video. Before the cancellation of The Problem with Jon Stewart on Apple TV+, Apple forbade the inclusion of Federal Trade Commission Chair Lina Khan as a guest and steered the show away from confronting issues related to artificial intelligence, according to Jon Stewart. This isn't the first we've heard of this rift between Apple and Stewart. When the Apple TV+ show was canceled last October, reports circulated that he told his staff that creative differences over guests and topics were a factor in the decision. The New York Times reported that both China and AI were sticking points between Apple and Stewart. Stewart confirmed the broad strokes of that narrative in a CBS Morning Show interview after it was announced that he would return to The Daily Show. Read 11 remaining paragraphs | Comments View the full article
  15. Billie Eilish, R.E.M., Jason Isbell, and 200 more artists have signed an open letter warning developers against using artificial intelligence in music creation. The letter, put together by the Artist Rights Alliance, issues a call on “AI developers, technology companies, platforms, and digital music services to cease the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to infringe upon and devalue the rights of human artists. View the full article
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