GTA 6 could be released as soon as next year, if the latest rumours are anything to go by. According to popular leaker Tez2 , the "aimed-always-changing-not-set-in-stone deadline is holiday 2024"—but this could still be pushed back to 'early 2025'. Tez2's claims are supported by those from Insider's Tom Henderson, who said his own sources have told him GTA maker Rockstar has been gearing up for a 2024 release since 2021. READ NEXT: Rapper 50 Cent seemingly 'confirms' GTA 6 is on its way Meanwhile, Microsoft let slip in November that the long-awaited game 'is expected' in 2024 in a discussion with the UK government. Tez2 said that the reason the game might be pushed back to 2025 is because of some internal changes at Rockstar. They said: "I personally see an announcement as a given this year. I don't think the upper management is in a position to delay further to holiday 2025/2026. "Cutting more portions of the game to package into DLCs to release later on may … [Read more...] about GTA 6 could surprise PS5 and Xbox fans with an early release date according to rumours
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Want to Love Your Body? Try Swimming Naked.
To hear more audio stories from publications like The New York Times, download Audm for iPhone or Android . I heard about the gay beach the way I hear about all the good gay things: Through a lover, an ex-lover, my ex-lover’s new love. A warm mouth pressed against my ear on the dance floor, a dropped pin, an Instagram D.M. The murmurs were about a queer nude beach nestled along the coast of Oaxaca. It took a full day and a half to get there, flying first into Mexico City and then catching a shorter flight toward the Pacific. When I landed, I got into a taxi with a few other folks heading to the beach. The driver looked at me sideways. “Esta es tu primera vez?” “Sí,” I replied. “Por qué Zipolite?” I hadn’t quite figured that part out yet, not enough to explain it. I shrugged. He shook his head and drove with his knees so he could use both hands to pantomime hordes of tourists attacking the dry countryside. Behind his miming, the windshield of the car was cracked in … [Read more...] about Want to Love Your Body? Try Swimming Naked.
In deep-red corner of Arizona, threat of losing water starts to outweigh fear of regulation
By Ella Nilsen , CNN Updated 0902 GMT (1702 HKT) February 4, 2023 Kingman, Arizona (CNN) Driving along county roads that are little more than dirt paths, Tim Walsh remarked that the expansive valley below the Long Mountain range used to be no more than tumbleweeds and scraggly cactuses. Now, it's pistachio trees as far as the eye can see. Far from mature, the pistachio saplings are just a few feet tall. The trees were planted for "miles and miles, clear up to the base of the mountain," said Walsh, a lifelong Kingman resident and head of Mohave County's Department of Development Services. Over the past decade, the vast desert area around the 33,000-person city of Kingman has been transformed into an agricultural enclave. Green alfalfa fields were first planted below the mountains, then eventually replaced with thirsty pistachio trees. But as those farms grow, county and city officials fear the groundwater -- their only source of water -- is not capable of supporting … [Read more...] about In deep-red corner of Arizona, threat of losing water starts to outweigh fear of regulation
John Denver’s all-denim ski suit is back — and so are many Colorado museums
Rather by surprise, History Colorado found itself at the center of protests against police violence and racism after Memorial Day, given its flagship museum’s location in downtown’s Civic Center Cultural Complex — just steps from the Denver Art Museum and the Colorado State Capitol. But the institution has embraced this moment in history , collecting artifacts of the protests even as dozens of volunteers worked to remove graffiti and trash from the exterior. Officials at the state’s flagship history museum are now hoping to redirect attention to what’s inside — in a socially distanced way, of course. History Colorado began unlocking its doors for in-person visits at eight museums across the state this week, including the Fort Garland Museum & Cultural Center (open June 15) and Fort Vasquez (in Platteville, June 17). The Center for Colorado Women’s History at Byers-Evans House (in Denver), El Pueblo History Museum and Trinidad History Museum all open on June 19, while … [Read more...] about John Denver’s all-denim ski suit is back — and so are many Colorado museums
Flooded out but resilient: Pajaro residents who stayed behind face mounting challenges
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 2 PAJARO, Monterey County — For nearly a week, Diego Garcia stayed at home in this farmworker community with his mother and three siblings — refusing to evacuate even as the water from the levee break flooded the street outside their apartment. The family couldn’t afford to pay for a hotel or another place to stay. But as the flood soaked the fields where Garcia’s mother picks strawberries, Garcia, 18, knew he had to leave his family and return to school and work in Watsonville. So the high school junior grabbed some clothes and drove past the police stationed at Pajaro River Bridge, tasked with keeping people out of Pajaro. Since he left three days ago, Garcia has returned to his high school, worked after school at a butcher’s shop and applied for a job at a local pizza shop. At night, he sleeps in his car at a park in Watsonville. “It’s hard,” Garcia said. “No one is going to have money … [Read more...] about Flooded out but resilient: Pajaro residents who stayed behind face mounting challenges
Universal Credit claimants face ‘postcode lottery’ in work search – ‘foolish and unfair’
Universal Credit claimants face ‘postcode lottery’ in search for work - ‘foolish and unfair’ (Image: Getty) SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info A think tank has urged the Government to stop imposing “punitive” benefit cuts on people claiming Universal Credit until the cost of living has eased. It comes as the rate of Universal Credit claimants whose payments are cut or cancelled has doubled since pre-pandemic for those expected to search for work full-time. Related articles WASPI woman in tears after losing house as state pension age changes State pension rise to be ‘brought forward’ by Hunt According to Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) research, there is widespread variation in how job centres … [Read more...] about Universal Credit claimants face ‘postcode lottery’ in work search – ‘foolish and unfair’
Denver Museum of Nature & Science ends COVID-era reservation policy for members
The Denver Museum of Nature & Science has ended one of the last vestiges of the COVID-19-era restrictions that were put in place three years ago in an effort to stop the spread of the virus. As of Monday, members of the museum are no longer required to reserve advance, timed tickets to gain entry to the general admission exhibits (advanced tickets are still recommended for the Infinity Theater, the Gates Planetarium and surcharged exhibitions like the current “Bugs” ), according to a member newsletter distributed this week. Prior to the pandemic, members of most Denver cultural facilities, like the museum, the Denver Zoo and the Denver Botanic Gardens, could show up whenever they wanted. To help control crowds during social-distancing restrictions, however, most of these institutions required members to reserve timed tickets — typically at no charge — so as to limit the crowds. A spokesperson for the museum didn’t return an email seeking comment, but both the zoo and … [Read more...] about Denver Museum of Nature & Science ends COVID-era reservation policy for members