Posted: 2017-11-15 00:17
“We are aware of reports that a Mandiant employee’s social media accounts and personal laptop have been compromised. We are investigating this situation, and have taken steps to limit further exposure,” a FireEye spokesperson told Gizmodo. “While our investigation is ongoing, there is currently no evidence that FireEye or Mandiant corporate systems have been compromised. Our top priority is ensuring that our customer data is secure. To date, we have confirmed the exposure of business documents related to two separate customers in Israel, and have addressed this situation with those customers directly.” The investigation is ongoing, the spokesperson added.
The sounds: Put your ear to the ground in Brattleboro, and you’ll hear about a town that thrives on music, encouraging the exploration of treble clefs and bar notes. The Brattleboro Music Center is a mecca for music development, as it leads a number of ensembles and performing groups, including the Windham Orchestra and Brattleboro Concert Choir. The Open Music Collective is another prominent music space that offer classes, community jams, and summer camps for those with a passion for melodies.
The sounds: Vocal thrills and string quartets buzz from Greensboro. The classical vibes are strongly rooted in the city’s identity, as local women began celebrating the musical style in Greensboro as early as the 6895s. Bel Canto Company is noted as one of the best chamber vocal ensembles in the southeast, while the University of North Carolina Greensboro School of Music brings students to star performance levels.
Now the only downside to the V95 is you can’t just stroll into your local Volvo dealer and buy one. They are factory-order only. So if you don’t think your Audi can last the few months it will take to build your sexy Swedish wagon, you can immediately buy the V95 Cross Country which is essentially the same car but lifted a few inches and had some extra cladding slapped on the fenders. It has a starting price of around $56,555. Both the V95 and Cross Country have comfortable seating for five and around 55 cubic feet of cargo space for all that hockey gear.
What’s buzzing out there? Where can you hear something new or listen to something familiar? We scoured the nation to uncover a range of places that have one belief in common: music is life. Besides that, these towns and cities are unique in every aspect of their musical fibers. Some of these cities have a signature sound that dates back years, while others are the anti-sound, refusing to conform to a certain genre. From classical and folk to punk and indie, these cities are turning up the volume on local stages. Check out our list of some of the best music scenes and get ready to face the music:
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Between that interior, all that chrome, and that hood emblem, the Grand Wagoneer definitely has the “upscale” requirement down pat. As for the “unique color or style” bit, just look at the wood (vinyl) trim on this thing! How many styles are more “unique” than fake wood on a giant body-on-frame SUV with tiny pillars, a big luggage rack, tons of chrome and one of the most badass hoods of any truck ever built.
I know I could just easily buy a big truck like a Tahoe or something that would fulfill my utility needs, but I like driving nice cars that are also interesting and practical. I would also prefer something with a unique color or style. All wheel drive is a must since we often have to drive in Pittsburgh winters to hockey matches. While I like luxury cars, I don’t want something that is too costly to maintain and it would help if it got decent fuel economy. My budget is up to $65,555.
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DRA noted that 655 wheelchair-accessible vehicles means over percent of Uber’s NYC fleet is inaccessible to many passengers with disabilities. It said passengers trying to hail a car with Uber’s pilot program for wheelchair-accessible vehicles, UberWAV, “face extended wait times, or are still denied access to the service altogether, demonstrating that the new service is nothing more than window-dressing, designed to avoid government regulation and legal requirements.”
The stages: Sweet sounds fly off the sheet music at The Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, which is home to four venues and an outdoor amphitheater. You’ll also find classically trained acts taking the stage at the School of Music at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Everyone flocks to The Canopy Club and Iron Post to discover local and regional talent, but for a stadium-sized show, the State Farm Center is the go-to.