Email “The festival has always provided a place of inclusiveness and innovation, though Bonnaroovians will now see the spirit manifest into a trail of radical expression,” Bonnaroo said in a statement.House Of Yes will be returning to the festival’s plaza area, the interactive community space that brings life to the fest’s campgrounds every year. At their home at Plaza 3, attendees can share in their positivity and inclusivity once again, with drag shows and “Dirty Circus” events planned, and to top it all off, the new Pride parade. Their neighbors at Plaza 2, “The Sanctuary Of Self Love,” will enjoy yoga, spa treatments and panels on mental health and self-care, curated by Paramore’s Hayley Williams.”House of Yes is beyond thrilled to be producing the first ever Bonnaroo Pride Parade, bringing together revelers of every expression into a radical roaming dance party in celebration of our diversity, sexuality and humanity. Together we honor the leaders that brought us to where we are today, and unite to inspire the revolutionaries that will guide our future,” House Of Yes said.The festival is set to return to its home on a 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tenn. from June 13-16. The previously-announced 2019 lineup boasts a diverse and exciting musical offering including 61st GRAMMY Awards winners Cardi B, Brandi Carlile, Childish Gambino and Kacey Musgraves. Phish, Solange, Post Malone, Odesza, Hozier, The Lumineers are among other notable acts.2019 Music Festival Preview: Noise Pop, Coachella, Ultra & MoreRead more The Tennessee music festival will return for its 18th year this June and will be joining cities around the world holding summer LGBTQ+ Pride eventsAna YglesiasGRAMMYs Feb 26, 2019 – 5:37 pm Today, Bonnaroo Music And Arts Festival revealed another exciting offering for its 2019 festival: its first-ever LGBTQ+ Pride parade and celebration hosted by one of Brooklyn’s much-loved music and art venues, House Of Yes.”The parade will include dance music, live music, art cars, circus, spectacle and is open to anyone and everyone who is down with the rainbow revolution,” the club told Billboard. News Bonnaroo 2019 To Offer First Pride Celebration bonnaroo-2019-will-offer-first-ever-pride-celebration-complete-parade-drag-shows Twitter Facebook Bonnaroo 2019 Will Offer First-Ever Pride Celebration Complete With A Parade & Drag Shows
Now playing: Watch this: 22 Photos Hacking NASA Comments NASA will explore a hostile space rock for New Year’s NASA revealed a hack on Tuesday. Omar Marques/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images NASA on Tuesday disclosed a data breach involving current and former employees’ personal data.The space agency discovered that one of its servers was compromised on Oct. 23, it revealed in an internal memo posted to Spaceref.The server included employees’ personal info, including Social Security numbers, but the agency doesn’t know if that data was stolen. NASA is working with federal cybersecurity partners to figure it out.”Those NASA Civil Service employees who were on-boarded, separated from the agency, and/or transferred between Centers, from July 2006 to October 2018, may have been affected,” Bob Gibbs, the assistant administrator in NASA’s office of human capital management, wrote in the memo. The agency doesn’t believe any of its missions, which include the InSight lander’s work on Mars, were compromised by the breach.The memo doesn’t mention why NASA waited nearly two months to inform employees, but our sister site ZDNet (which previously reported on the memo) noted that US law enforcement regularly asks hacked organizations to delay notifying potential victims during an investigation.”NASA takes cybersecurity very seriously and is committed to devoting the necessary resources to ensure the security of agency information and IT systems,” the agency said in an emailed statement, which also noted that it’d provide identity protection services to those potentially affected.Back in August, the US State Department suffered a data breach that exposed some employee data.First published at 3:08 a.m. PT.Updated at 5:55 a.m. PT: Added NASA statement.NASA turns 60: And it’s reinventing itself for the SpaceX era. CNET’s Holiday Gift Guide: The place to find the best tech gifts for 2018. 5:16 2 NASA InSight lander rocks its journey to Mars: A view in pictures Tags Share your voice Security Tech Industry
fireTwo siblings were burned to death in a fire at Eidgaon union in Sadar upazila of Cox’s Bazar early Wednesday, reports UNB.The deceased are Md Abdullah, 14 and Md Shahriar, 7, sons of Haji Moktar Ahmed.Eidgaon police investigation camp in-charge Minhaj Mahmud Bhuiyan said the two brothers went to their sister’s father-in-law’s house.The fire broke out at the house of their sister around 3:00am from a mosquito coil.After bringing the fire under control, locals recovered the charred bodies of the two brothers from the house.