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  • Jimmy Buffett Breezes Out of Palm Beach Mansion December 4, 2020
    Though he’s not as wealthy as his billionaire friend Warren, with whom he shares a surname though not DNA, Jimmy Buffett hasn’t done too poorly from epitomizing the lifestyle of an escapist beach bum — as best described by his still-in-rotation 1977 hit “Margaritaville.” With a business empire based largely on his Margaritaville Café restaurant […] […]
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  • ‘Euphoria’ Lets Rue Catch Her Breath in Special Episode ‘Trouble Don’t Last Always’: TV Review December 4, 2020
    When I think of “Euphoria,” I think of neon lights, glitter smeared across bleary eyes, dizzying camera angles betraying the disoriented teenage mania that fuels it. I think of Rue (Zendaya) staring across a crowded room at Jules (Hunter Schaefer) with such palpable longing that it hurts. I think of the stunning last moments of […]
    Caroline Framke
  • The Weeknd Drops ‘Blinding Lights’ Remix, Featuring Rosalia December 4, 2020
    To celebrate the (slightly more than) one-year anniversary of its release, The Weeknd and superstar Spanish singer Rosalía have teamed up for a remix of “Blinding Lights,” Variety’s Hitmakers Record of the Year and one of the biggest hits in recent memory. Rosalía joined The Weeknd for the “Blinding Lights” remix while also recording the […] […]
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  • The Weeknd’s ‘Blinding Lights’ Is Variety’s Hitmakers Record of the Year December 4, 2020
    The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” is indisputably one of the landmark songs of 2020 —and the only reason it isn’t even more dominant is because it was released on Nov. 29, 2019, and racked up significant numbers that year as well. Written by The Weeknd with Max Martin (the most successful songwriter-producer of the past 25 […]
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  • Ronnie Screwvala’s RSVP, Global One Studios Set Bhopal Gas Tragedy Series Based on Dominique Lapierre and Javier Moro’s Bestseller (EXCLUSIVE) December 4, 2020
    Veteran Indian producer Ronnie Screwvala’s RSVP and Ramesh Krishnamoorthy’s Global One Studios will produce a series based on the 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy. The companies have optioned the audio-visual rights to eminent authors’ Dominique Lapierre and Javier Moro’s 2001 book, “Five Past Midnight in Bhopal: The Epic Story of the World’s Deadliest Industrial Dis […]
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  • ABC News Head James Goldston on Layoffs: ‘Necessary as We Adapt to Changes in Our Business’ December 4, 2020
    ABC News is laying off staffers amid a broader reorganization at parent company Walt Disney, one that impacts a low single-digit percentage of the news division’s 1,400 staffers, according to a source familiar with the situation. In a memo to employees sent Thursday evening, ABC News president James Goldston said that the personnel reductions were […] […]
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  • Paris Jackson on Her Indie-Folk Debut Album, ‘Wilted’: ‘It Just Makes My Heart So Full’ December 4, 2020
    The last time most of us saw Paris Jackson, she was 11 years old and crying. Taking the stage at Staples Center in June 2009 at her father’s star-studded memorial service, her famous aunts and uncles told her to speak up as she nervously said: “Ever since I was born, Daddy has been the best […]
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  • Shawn Mendes Aims High (Sometimes Too High) With ‘Wonder’: Album Review December 4, 2020
    Since Canadian singer-songwriter Shawn Mendes first rose to fame as a 14-year-old with a series of covers on Twitter’s Vine app — for those who don’t remember, it was the six-second predecessor to TikTok — he and his team have worked doggedly to position him as a career artist, focused on longevity and maturity rather […]
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  • Variety’s Hitmakers Program: Watch the Full Event Featuring Harry Styles, J Balvin and More December 4, 2020
    At the end of a year that was far from ordinary, Variety‘s Hitmakers program brought together some of music’s biggest stars to virtually celebrate their accomplishments. Harry Styles was named Hitmaker of the Year, and was presented the award by comedian Nick Kroll, who co-stars with him in the upcoming film “Don’t Worry Darling.” “I […]
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  • Riz Ahmed and ASL Coach Jeremy Lee Stone on ‘Sound of Metal’s’ Labor of Love December 4, 2020
    In “Sound of Metal,” Riz Ahmed plays Ruben, a heavy metal musician who gradually loses his hearing. The film, bowing Friday on Amazon Prime, follows Ruben as he copes with his hearing loss. Director Darius Marder relies on sound design to immerse the audience into the film, allowing them to understand what Ruben is going […]
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  • Strengthening East Coast storm likely to unload heavy snow, rain December 3, 2020
    After winter’s quick visit left areas around the Great Lakes and interior Northeast buried under heavy snow at the beginning of December, another winter storm is already setting up to take aim at the region for the first weekend of the month — and it could potentially evolve into the season’s first nor’easter. “It looks...
  • Southern California faces extreme fire danger as Santa Ana winds roar December 3, 2020
    Forecasters described the fire danger taking aim at Southern California as “extremely critical” Thursday afternoon, and power crews were faced with decisions on whether to risk leaving the electricity on in some communities. “Strong winds and low humidity are combining for a long-duration of critical fire danger,” said AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Dave H […]
  • Another round of cold air to blast south-central US December 2, 2020
    States in the South Central region are in for another blast of unseasonably cold conditions behind the biggest snowstorm yet this season. The region was dealt a taste of winter’s chill at the end of November and beginning of December, with temperatures dipping to their lowest levels since February and March in places such as...
  • 2 missing after 'atmospheric river' triggers major landslide in Alaska December 3, 2020
    One Alaskan town was covered in 9 feet of mud and debris after record rainfall triggered landslides, wiped out roadways and prompted evacuations during the middle of the week. The community of Haines, located about 92 miles north of Juneau, Alaska, was nearly cut off from surrounding areas as the highway connecting the city to...
  • Strong storms poised to slam southeastern Australia this weekend December 3, 2020
    After a period of relatively little rainfall across southeastern Australia, strong thunderstorms can make a return over the weekend.  An intense area of low pressure passing to the south of Tasmania will pull a cold front through South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales, including the Australia Capital Territory, bringing showers and thunderstorms to th […]
  • Thousands evacuate as Burevi moves across Sri Lanka, southern India November 30, 2020
    A week after deadly Cyclone Nivar wreaked havoc on southern India, Cyclonic Storm Burevi is wreaking havoc in Sri Lanka and taking aim at southern India. On Monday morning, local time, an area of low pressure in the southern Bay of Bengal developed into a tropical depression, according to India’s Meteorological Department. By Tuesday afternoon,...
  • 'Mischief and mayhem' brewing with potential for another big storm in East December 2, 2020
    The first day of meteorological winter, which began on Dec. 1, ushered in the first taste of the season to come with a major lake-effect snowstorm around the Great Lakes and in a few areas of Northeast, creating travel troubles and power outages. And forecasters are already eyeing the potential for yet another big storm...
  • Biggest lake-effect snowstorm in 2 years buries Cleveland area in foot of snow December 2, 2020
    The pancake-sized snowflakes may have stopped falling, but the lingering darkness from thousands of power outages remain in Ohio and Pennsylvania following meteorological winter's first snow dump of the season. Across parts of Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York and West Virginia, the season's first lake-effect snowstorm unleashed over 20 inches of blanke […]
  • Far-reaching storm likely to bring rain, wind and snow to much of Europe December 3, 2020
    A stormy pattern that began in late November across Europe is expected to continue through early December. On the heels of a storm than drenched south-central Europe, a new storm is predicted to impact a large swath of the continent through the weekend. The storm will first impact northwestern Europe through Thursday night with bouts...
  • Rare December tropical storm could brew in Caribbean December 1, 2020
    Even though the Atlantic hurricane season has officially come to an end, additional tropical development is possible through the end of December. One disturbance over the Caribbean that is close to land could become the next Atlantic tropical depression or storm, according to AccuWeather meteorologists. The Atlantic hurricane season officially extends from J […]

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  • An Anticipated Increase in Earth’s Strongest Storms
    A little more than two weeks ago, Supertyphoon Goni blasted ashore in the Philippines with top sustained winds of 195 mph, becoming the strongest landfalling tropical cyclone on record. It topped STY Haiyan’s 190 mph land strike just seven years ago. With Hurricane Iota in the Caribbean explosively intensifying 100 mph in under 24 hours […]
  • We May Be Able to Further Improve Hurricane Track Forecasts After All
    Zeta blossomed into the 11th hurricane of this hyperactive season Monday and its forecast track takes it ashore on the Gulf Coast by midweek. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) on Monday said computer models had become more tightly clustered with the forecast in the Gulf, “resulting in an increase in track-forecast confidence,” and Hurricane Zeta […]
  • Online Climate Science Course Keys Success to Frequent Forum Discussions
    While colleges pre-COVID-19 were already designing and implementing courses for online instruction, the pandemic has pushed entire academic course offerings into this rapidly evolving virtual environment. A new article in the Bulletin of the AMS about an online climate science course for undergraduates, which was developed, offered, and honed to near-perfection based on postcourse surveys before […]
  • “Sleep with your phone on!”: Messaging for Nighttime Tornadoes
    With Hurricane Delta poised to strike Louisiana today, the risk of embedded tornadoes will increase as rainbands spiral ashore, along with the primary threats of storm surge and damaging winds. Delta is forecast to plow well inland Friday night into the weekend, continuing a low risk for tornadoes, some of which could occur at night […]
  • Welcome to the Sticky Skies: Costlier Air Travel in a Warmer, Wetter World
    COVID-19 has upended air travel for now, but if the growth in global aviation resumes, one real drag on flying is going to be increasing energy needs due to global warming. New research published in the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society by Diandong Ren (Curtin University, Perth) et al. shows that Earth’s warming climate is going to have an often overlooked—but […]
  • Eulerian Weather, Lagrangian Lives
    by Alan E. Stewart, University of Georgia It is clear that Covid-19 will be with us for a while. So will the weather, however. We’ve been through flooding in Michigan in mid-May; an outbreak of 140 tornadoes from Texas to Maryland in April; a deadly and destructive derecho in Iowa; hurricane landfalls in Louisiana, Alabama, and […]
  • Late Season Hurricanes Bring Research Opportunities, Too
    After a veritable flurry of storms in the Atlantic since August, the basin has gone quiet following the landfalls of Tropical Storm Beta in Texas, and Post-Tropical Storm Teddy in Nova Scotia. But late-season storms are quite common in the Atlantic, and as this hyperactive hurricane season combines with confirmed La Niña conditions, this year it seems […]
  • The Volunteer Power behind Peer Review
    by Tony Broccoli, AMS Publications Commissioner The peer review process is essential for high-quality scientific publication. Most readers of BAMS are aware of this simple fact, but we often hear questions about the many volunteers who take part in the peer review process. What is the difference between editors and associate editors? How do we […]
  • Hurricane Sally’s Extreme Flood Potential
    Hurricane Sally is inching ashore in southeast Alabama Wednesday morning and has started to flood parts of the central Gulf Coast with an expected 1-2 feet of rain, maybe more. With that much rain forecast, it seems likely to join other recent catastrophic flood disasters Harvey (2017) and Florence (2018) in ushering in a new era […]
  • Mixed Job News for Early-Career Geoscientists
    A new survey by the American Geosciences Institute shows that recent graduates in the geosciences are finding employment at the same rates as before the COVID-19 pandemic, but a separate survey from Nature finds that amid tightening funding science postdocs are nervous about ongoing research as well as career opportunities. The AGI survey covered graduates from the classes of […]


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