Anthony Woods, who serves in the Army, counts the sandbags that he will use help protect his home in Gulfport, Miss., as Hurricane Sally slowly approaches the coast on Monday, Sept. 14, 2020. (Lukas Flippo/The Sun Herald via AP)
NEWS

Five national stories of the week

Hurricane Sally projected to reach land near the Alabama-Mississippi state line, President Trump to preside over agreements between Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, the Federal Reserve expected to issue economic projections Wednesday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom's meeting with Trump about climate change and questions surrounding Bill Cosby's appeal to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court make up this week's five national stories.







BYTE

Point North’s ‘Brand New Vision’ smashes on

'Brand New Vision' lands on its feet because of the undertones and messages that speak true to 2020. Point North is not afraid to slowly evolve with the times while never losing sight of their original sound and rock inspiration.  






NEWS

Finding solace in The Wonderlands’ ‘This Digital Life’

Listeners will find much to enjoy when facing The Wonderlands’ first album, 'This Digital Life.' With inspirations from The Lumineers, The Wallows, and Mumford & Sons, The Wonderlands know how to capture that essence of what it means to be young and lost in an ever-changing digital world. 



NEWS

‘The Umbrella Academy: Season 2’ is a quirky, emotional ride from start to finish

Season 2 of The Umbrella Academy offers a perfect blend of emotional honesty and quirky fun. This new season continues to establish the unique identity of Umbrella Academy as a show, and while the focus on individual characters takes away from some of the dysfunctional family dynamic, the exploration of trauma mixed with goofy superhero action is certainly worth the watch. 





More from The Daily







This Week's Digital Issue