Here’s everything coming to Netflix in December 2022, and what’s leaving

Here’s everything coming to Netflix in December 2022, and what’s leaving

Netflix’s stock is jam-packed this December, including a crop of Oscar-competing movies and the return of some fan-favorite series. After a week-long theatrical release in November, “Crystal Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” will start streaming on Netflix nflx December 23th. The sequel to writer/director Rian Johnson’s 2019 surprise hit once again stars Daniel Craig as … Read more

Global Cybersecurity Forum: rethinking the global cyber order

Global Cybersecurity Forum: rethinking the global cyber order

Transcending borders and impacting every aspect of people’s lives, the cyber landscape is more complex than ever. Seeking to address issues of geocybernetics, cybereconomics, cyberconflicts, online child protection and the future of cyberwork, the Global Cybersecurity Forum returned for its second edition in the capital of Saudi Arabia, Riyadh. Global was the ambition of the … Read more

Concerts, exhibitions and other events

Concerts, exhibitions and other events

Exhibit Artworks Gallery presents two new exhibits at 564 N. Trade St., Winston-Salem, running through November 26. Diane Nations “Into the Horizons” is a collection of oil paintings and mixed media collages that explores the symbolism and lessons found in our earthly horizons and the layers of time through archetypal imagery. “Mostly Mandalas: Imagery from … Read more

Russians more likely to puncture wires than cut them: UK defense analyst

Russians more likely to puncture wires than cut them: UK defense analyst

A British defense analyst says the recent damage to an underwater telecommunications cable off the coast of Scotland is unlikely to have been carried out by the Russians, more likely to be installing devices that would extract information. Additional police were dispatched to the Shetland Islands after an underwater telecommunications cable was damaged twice, leaving … Read more