Wiz Khalifa Announces Decent Exposure Tour With French Montana & More News Wiz Khalifa Announces Decent Exposure Tour wiz-khalifa-announces-decent-exposure-tour-french-montana-more Facebook Email https://twitter.com/wizkhalifa/status/1119456254403833857 The tour announcement comes days after the rapper released the ‘Fly Times, Vol.1: The Good Fly Young’ mixtapeJennifer VelezGRAMMYs Apr 22, 2019 – 1:36 pm Wiz Khalifa has announced plans to hit the road for his Decent Exposure Tour and will bring French Montana, Playboi Carti and more along with him.The tour will kick off on July 9 in Atlanta, stop by in Cincinnati, Chicago, San Antonio, Texas, Denver and other cities before its last stop in Boise, Idaho on Aug. 15. Moneybagg Yo, DJ Drama and Chevy Woods will also tour with Khalifa. Twitter The tour announcement comes days after the rapper released the Fly Times, Vol.1: The Good Fly Young mixtape.Tickets for the tour will be available to the general public Friday, April 26. For more information on tickets, visit the Ticketmaster website. Beyoncé Created A Space To Celebrate Black Culture At Coachella & More Things ‘Homecoming’ Taught Us
40 Photos 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value Post a comment No fob required with the Hyundai Sonata Digitial Key 2020 Bentley Continental GT: Concept looks with a surprise inside Now playing: Watch this: 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class first drive: If it ain’t broke… Hyundai Frankfurt Motor Show 2019 Hyundai 2020 Hyundai Ioniq is available in many flavors Review • 2019 Hyundai Kona Electric review: Ease into electrification Preview • 2019 Hyundai Kona Electric: A fun EV with competitive numbers More From Roadshow More about 2019 Hyundai Kona Electric 0 Concept Cars Electric Cars Tags Electric cars can look cool. Hyundai Hyundai is looking to the past for its latest design inspiration and the automaker provided a first look at the electric concept car scheduled for a debut at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show next month.Dubbed the Hyundai 45, the company said the overall design previews the direction the South Korean brand will take its styling in the years to come. This teaser image comes just about a week after Hyundai said it would use the Frankfurt Motor Show as the backdrop to a new electric-car concept.Previously, the company said the design will reflect a focus on driver personalization, which Hyundai believes will increase in the future. The automaker added that the concept is also the next step in Hyundai’s “sensuous, sportiness” design language. This ethos influenced the upcoming Sonata, and so far, it’s been a very good thing for the brand’s vehicles overall in my opinion.Taking a gander at the sole photo doesn’t tell us too much, but it does have a somewhat retro feel to it. That’s on purpose, actually. The automaker said the 45 concept takes nods from the first car it produced in 1975: the Pony. Like the Pony, the 45 seems to have a tall and wedgier shape around the rear window, but the finer elements hardly mimic the brand’s original model.Individual LED lights appear to make up the taillight shape and the typical Hyundai badge is gone. Instead, the “Hyundai” name resides on the right of the rear fascia. Fender flares also appear to come to a point from the rear angle and “45” seems illuminated on a rear valence.While the 45 concept will likely be the star of the show, Hyundai also plans to give us a look at its future electric race car and the new i10. We’ll be on the ground with the latest from the show when Hyundai takes the sheets off on Sept. 10. Share your voice 1:36
File photo: AFPA man opened fire on passersby in the central Italian city of Macerata on Saturday, injuring at least four African migrants in an attack that might be racially motivated, local media reported.The mayor of Macerata, located about 200 km (125 miles) east of Rome, appealed to locals to remain indoors.“Stay at home until further notice. There is an armed man in a car who is shooting in the city,” Mayor Romano Carancini said in a statement posted on local Facebook sites.The shootings happened just days after the body of an 18-year-old Italian woman was discovered cut up and hidden in two suitcases. A Nigerian migrant has been arrested in connection with the death.The website of newspaper Corriere della Sera said a man fired from a car window at two young African migrants shortly after 11:00 am (1000 GMT) Saturday, injuring one of them. A short while later another migrant and an African woman were shot.It was not clear how serious were their injuries.
I fell in to sculpture,’ says Christine Margotin when we ask her about her stint with the art. Leaving behind the corporate world, Margotin started sculpting professionally from 2009. She quit her job, moved to India and then began her love affair with the beauty she saw all around her and that translated in to her art pieces.‘Once I came to India I had more time to meet people, more time to do what I loved,’ says Margotin explaining that earlier sculpting was just a hobby for her but with her time in India, she transformed it into a career. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Beauty Makes Us Happy is Margotin’s first solo exhibition that features 20 of her works in the national capital. Her works are figurative and she finds inspiration in everyday life.Her endeavour is to share these everyday moments without the need for articulation. She has selected moments and scenes drawn from daily life and endowed this ordinary ‘everydayness’.The works exhibited describe her journey from France to India – A journey resulted in amalgamation of the French and Indian culture in the form of this exhibition. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with Netflix‘I saw beauty all around me and I wanted to bring those emotions out through what I create,’ says Margotin.So what has she planned next? ‘Nothing yet,’ says the artiste. But she points out that she has more moments captured in her mind that will soon transform into another body of work. ‘I store the moments in my head and work on them later,’ she adds.Clearly this lady is just allowing some more great art to gestate in her head and we can’t wait to see what she will create next!When: On till 21 NovemberWhere: Galerie Romain Rolland, Alliance Française
Enroll Now for Free This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. This story originally appeared on Fortune Magazine 3 min read Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now Today’s automobiles now come loaded with software and sensors that can help drivers navigate the roads more safely and even do away with the need to have human drivers at all.However, this world of connected vehicles involving on board computers collecting and transmitting data about location, speed, and engine performance also leads to a much more insecure automobile landscape.This is why the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers (AAM)—an alliance of twelve automakers including Ford, General Motors, and Mercedes-Benz—said Tuesday that it is creating an information sharing and analysis center (ISAC). This center will let participating companies swap cyber security data and keep each other abreast of the latest hacking threats targeting vehicles.The organization said that the new center will be up and running later on this year, and that it will be distributing cyber threat information to the automakers involved with the hub. The goal is to “further enhance the industry’s ongoing efforts to safeguard vehicle electronic systems and networks,” explained Robert Strassburger, vice president for vehicle safety at the AAM, in a statement.As the threat-sharing hub matures, the AAM expects that other companies related to vehicle manufactures—such as auto part suppliers, telecommunication providers, and even tech companies—will join the hub.Google has been busy developing its own self-driving car, so one would imagine the hub would like to tap into any security related information the tech giant might have that could help car companies.Consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton was selected to help the AAM develop the center. The auto organization is also asking the government to help out by including “legal protections that facilitate cyber security information sharing,” explained Strassburger.President Obama has recently called for companies and government agencies to swap security related informationto help prevent cyber attacks. Additionally, a couple of cyber security bills were recently created to encourage the private and public sector to exchange security data. Both bills support the idea of a government-sanctioned threat-exchange hub and would offer some sort of legal protection for companies willing to swap data in case any privacy-related lawsuits emerge.Considering how regulated auto manufacturers are, it’s probable a given that they expect the government to get involved with their new threat-sharing hub somehow.Whether tech companies like Google, Facebook, or Apple choose to participate remains to be seen. The tech industry has made it clear that it doesn’t want the government to participate in any data-swapping initiative they may be involved with.Additionally, carmakers have made it clear that they want to limit the amount of data like engine and braking information they share with tech companies like Google and Apple so only they can be the ones holding valuable data that could improve their bottom line. July 15, 2015