Cable TV Is the New Landline

This article is part of the On Tech newsletter. Here is a collection of past columns. People have been predicting the death of cable TV for a long time, but this really might be it. As recently as a decade ago, nearly all Americans — more than 85 percent of U.S. households — paid for … Read more

Over 100 million people are under winter alerts from coast to coast

The western US has hardly seen a break over the past several weeks after being pummeled by record-breaking rain and snow from Washington down to California. The cumulative effect of all that rain and snow will increase the threat for river flooding and avalanches. The Northwest Avalanche Center in Seattle is warning that large natural … Read more

On the anniversary of January 6, social media platforms are on high alert

“We have strong policies that we continue to enforce, including a ban on hate organizations and removing content that praises or supports them,” a Meta spokesperson told CNN, adding that the company has been in contact with law enforcement agencies including the FBI and Capitol Police around the anniversary. As part of its efforts, Facebook … Read more

Dr. Sanjay Gupta: Coming out of Covid-19 isolation doesn’t have to be complicated

End isolation if symptoms are resolving Wear a mask around others for five more days Testing at the end of five days of isolation with a rapid antigen test is optional. So what should you do? I suggest a simple and effective strategy that relies on both testing and clinical symptoms, distinguishes between those who … Read more

Hoyeon Jung is the first Korean to appear solo on the cover of Vogue

The past few months have been a whirlwind for Hoyeon Jung. The South Korean model-turned-actress shot to international fame almost overnight after the release of Netflix’s dystopian series “Squid Game.” Her performance as the North Korean defector Kang Sae-byeok turned her into one of the show’s breakout stars. In a matter of weeks, she racked … Read more

Remembering Jazz Bassist Paul Warburton

Bassist Paul Warburton, a longtime fixture of Denver’s jazz scene who worked with numerous jazz legends passing through Colorado, died on Wednesday, January 5 at the age of 79. Guitarist Dale Bruning, who spent a decade performing as a duo with Warburton, says that the bassist had chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and had contracted COVID … Read more