first_img Austin City Limits Festival Austin City Limits Festival Devin Dawson Talks “Dark Horse” Origins ACL 2017: Get Ready For A Big Weekend A stacked lineup hits the live music capital for weekend one of ACL, featuring Jay Z, Devin Dawson, Grace VanderWaal and moreNate HertweckGRAMMYs Oct 6, 2017 – 5:54 pm As one of the last festivals of festival season, Austin City Limits Music Festival has the honor of being music’s biggest summer wrap party. Two weekends full of performances from a diverse blend of the biggest, newest and hottest artists in beautiful Zilker Park — what could be better? ACL 2017: Get Ready For A Big Weekend Photo: Getty Images Devin Dawson Talks “Dark Horse” Origins Photo: Getty Images Jay Z Brought The Hits For ACL 2017 Jay Z, Joseph, Grace VanderWaal: 2017 ACL Fest music-festivals-2017-austin-city-limits-music-festival MusiCares News ACL 2017: Get Ready For A Big Weekend Grace VanderWaal On Singing With Her Hero Devin Dawson Talks “Dark Horse” Origins Jay ZPhoto: Gary Miller/FilmMagic Twitter Jay ZPhoto: Gary Miller/FilmMagic Jay ZPhoto: Gary Miller/FilmMagic Jay Z Brought The Hits For ACL 2017 Photo: Daniel Mendoza/Recording Academy Photo: Daniel Mendoza/Recording Academy Photo: Getty Images MusiCares’ Hearing Health At Austin City Limits Joseph Talk New EP, Tears For Fears Cover Photo: Daniel Mendoza/Recording Academy Grace VanderWaal On Singing With Her Hero Prev Next Joseph Talk New EP, Tears For Fears Cover MusiCares MusiCares Grace VanderWaal On Singing With Her Hero Lukas Nelson On “Find Yourself,” Lady Gaga Jay Z Brought The Hits For ACL 2017 Facebook Lukas Nelson On “Find Yourself,” Lady Gaga MusiCares’ Hearing Health At Austin City Limits MusiCares’ Hearing Health At Austin City Limits Joseph Talk New EP, Tears For Fears Cover Lukas Nelson On “Find Yourself,” Lady Gaga Led by Friday night headliner heavyweight Jay Z, this year’s ACL lineup is up there with its best ever. From GRAMMY winners Red Hot Chili Peppers and Chance The Rapper to can’t-miss acts like Run The Jewels and Ryan Adams to the eclectic sets from the xx, Martin Garrix and Solange, there’s something for everyone to enjoy and discover. And thanks to Red Bull TV, you can even stream many of the sets.The Recording Academy was on-site in Austin, Texas, for weekend one, bringing you backstage with exclusive artist interviews, extensive coverage and first-hand perspectives from Zilker Park. More Music Festivals: Go Inside Lollapalooza 2017 Music Festivals 2017: Austin City Limits Music Festival Email last_img read more


first_img Comments YouTube encouraged users to flag questionable videos. The company also noted in a blog post that creators are allowed to discuss, report or educate people about the Momo Challenge or character. YouTube said that images of Momo won’t be allowed on YouTube Kids, however, and that it’s putting safeguards in place to exclude it from content.Police and schools this week issued warnings to parents about the challenge after reports that it has resurfaced in the UK on YouTube, according to CBS News. The supposed Momo Challenge reportedly originated on the WhatsApp messaging platform, went viral last year and then largely disappeared. The challenge involves Momo, a gruesome puppet-like creature that instructs kids to complete a series of challenges, including harming themselves and others. However, charities like the Samaritans and the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children have said the challenge is a malicious hoax, reported The Guardian on Thursday, and that there’s no confirmed evidence it poses a threat to children. The image of Momo, in fact, is a sculpture called “Mother Bird” by Japanese artist Keisuke Aisawa. There doesn’t appear to be any link between the artist and the challenge.First published Feb. 28 at 11:11 a.m. PT.Update, 1:07 p.m.: Adds more information from YouTube. Tags Keisuke Aisawa/Instagram YouTube on Wednesday disputed claims that the alleged Momo Challenge is appearing on the giant video site.”We want to clear something up regarding the Momo Challenge: We’ve seen no recent evidence of videos promoting the Momo Challenge on YouTube,” the company tweeted. “Videos encouraging harmful and dangerous challenges are against our policies.” 2 We want to clear something up regarding the Momo Challenge: We’ve seen no recent evidence of videos promoting the Momo Challenge on YouTube. Videos encouraging harmful and dangerous challenges are against our policies.— YouTube (@YouTube) February 27, 2019 Share your voice Mobile Culture YouTubelast_img read more


first_imgBalurghat: International trade through Hili Border in South Dinajpur has resumed on Wednesday.Following the tug-of-war between Hili exporters association and Bangladesh importers association on the issue of stone export from India, the trade halted since Monday.It was due to an internal conflict for which the exporters had stopped exporting stones since September 23 through Hili Internationalcheck-post.As a consequence, the Bangladesh importers had boycotted receiving Indian goods and threatened to stand rigid on their decision unless resuming stone export from India. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeAs both countries was facing a huge revenue loss for the stalemate, the local administrations of two countries intervened to restore normalcy.Following the initiatives, a high-level meeting was conducted between the exporters and importers on Tuesday.On Monday, the importers had delivered a letter to their Indian counterpart requesting to remove the jolt immediately so that the trade resumes.South Dinajpur District Magistrate Deepap Priya P had also intervened and requested the exporters to start exporting stones. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedSecretary of Hili exporters association, Subrata Saha said: “We had spoken to the conflicting exporters many a times so that stone export starts. We had also received a letter from Bangladesh importers urging us to resume the trade. The local administrations of two countries had also come forward for a solution.”According to a local source, around 400 trucks from West Bengal, Bihar and Jharkhand used to carry stones to export daily for Bangladesh.The stalemate began after a group of exporters raised the issue of inappropriation while loading and unloading of stones. One group of exporters had decided not to export the same unless intervention by higher authorities.Hundreds of trucks were stranded since Wednesday morning for clearance in Hili International check post in both sides.last_img read more