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Puebla's Capilla del Rosario

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It’s steeped in history

The Spanish conquistadors built the city of Puebla, and their colorful 16th-century mansions still line the city’s center. The green, pink, orange, and purple row houses near the Callejón de los Sapos antiques market stand in line like Crayolas in a box. Many of them open as storefronts selling antique tea sets and pottery when the outdoor market is open, which is only on weekends.

It has the best ceramics (and possibly the greatest chicken sandwich on earth)

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, a nearly 200-year-old ceramics workshop and gallery across from the El Mercado de Sabores street-food market. We loved it so much, we went twice. The first time, we watched the craftswomen hand-painting each piece coming out of the kiln. On round two, we stocked up on teapots, espresso cups, and vases, then popped across the street to Sabores for a cemita de pollo, Puebla’s legendary sandwich of fried chicken, avocado, and queso fresco. It was as good as it sounds.

You haven’t had mole till you’ve had mole here

Perhaps Puebla’s most extraordinary gift to the world is the spicy, saucy, chocolate wonder that is mole poblano, Mexico’s famous dish. Get chef Ángel Vázquez’s sampler at his El Mural de los Poblanos , next to the city’s 17th-century cathedral. The six flavors, which may include mancha manteles or adobo , change daily and are always followed by a shot of local La Pasita liqueur.

We could live in these hotels

The eight-month-old Cartesiano is inside an old tile factory (the walls in its 19th-century annex are original), and its earthy, beige-and-white rooms are a calming contrast to the rest of the city. The Rosewood Puebla has a fantastic rooftop bar with phenomenal views of the smoking Popocatépetl volcano. (Both properties made this year’s Hot List of the best new hotels.)

The classic architecture is as impressive as the modern.

The all-gold Capilla del Rosario, inside the 17th-century Church of Santo Domingo on the main square, is one of the most brilliant chapels we’ve ever seen: The sun bounces off the gold leafing and illuminates the entire space (thankfully, it was left relatively undamaged by the earthquakes last year). And the Japanese architect Toyo Ito’s white, undulating International Museum of the Baroque rivals the modern buildings up in Mexico City.

“There is no known vulnerability associated with this error, merely a denial of service. If the RPC spoolss service is left by default as an internal service, all a client can do is crash its own authenticated connection,” said Samba.

Samba has releaseda patch addressing this issue in versions 4.7.6, 4.6.14 and 4.5.16. The vulnerability was first discovered by Synopsys’ Defensics intelligent fuzz testing tool, according to Samba.

Meanwhile, the password vulnerability ( CVE-2018-1057 ) exists on all versions of Samba from 4.0.0 and above. The vulnerability,allows authenticated users to change other users’ passwords.

This vulnerability incorrectly validates permissions, allowing users to change other users’ passwords – including the passwords of administrative users and privileged service accounts – over the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) server on a Samba 4 Samba Active Directory domain controller.

LDAP is a directory service protocol that runs on a layer above the TCP/IP stack, providing a mechanism used to connect to, search and modify internet directories.

“The LDAP server incorrectly validates certain LDAP password modifications against the ‘Change Password’ privilege, but then performs a password reset operation,” according to Samba’s release. “The change password right in AD is an extended object access right with the GUID ab721a53-1e2f-11d0-9819-00aa0040529b.”

According to Samba, this vulnerability only impacts the Samba AD domain controller, not the read-only domain controller or the Samba3/NT4-like/classic domain controller.

Security researcher Björn Baumbach, with SerNet, is credited for discovering theCVE-2018-1057.

Samba said that while organizations prepare the update for this vulnerability, they can monitor their directory by keeping watch on attributes pwdLastSet and msDS-KeyVersionNumber, which will change if a password has been reset.

Samba has grappled with an array of vulnerabilities over the past 12 months, including two SMB-related man-in-the-middle bugs enabling attacks to hijack client connections in September , and a vulnerability in that can be exploited with one line of code and could make way for a “wormable” exploit that spreads quickly.

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San Diego has an identity crisis.

On the one hand, real estate is booming. Sales continue to break records, and development races to keep up with demand. Over the past eight years, monthly housing construction starts have multiplied by six or seven times, making the area one of the “hottest markets” in the U.S. right now, according to Realtor.com.

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On the other hand, new development generally is exacerbating a problem the region has had for decades — it is losing its unique character.

Apartment buildings and condos are going up all over downtown, but one after another is a generic vanilla midrise. Go to any other growing city in North America, and you see the same structures — architectural cookie cutters. These are the urban equivalent of the McMansion.

Even our best buildings aren’t much better. Among the most recognizable structures in the skyline, One America Plaza was designed by Chicago architect Helmut Jahn in the ’80s with a crown that resembles a screwdriver or drill bit — hence the skyline’s nickname, “The Toolbox.” Yet the same architect has peddled the same wares in several other major cities. Philadelphia has two, in fact. The U.S. Courthouse (2012) at Broadway and State Street is typical fare for New York architect Richard Meier . The Pacific Gate condo tower, now finishing at the west end of Broadway, is yet another prismatic glass tower from the global design firm KPF.

These are all decent designs, but they could be built quite literally anywhere. Where’s the “there” here?

San Diego has one of the world’s most distinctive settings: a perfect climate, gorgeous beaches, a welcoming bay, slender islands, rolling terrain, dramatics bluffs, mountains on the horizon, beautiful coastal vegetation. Our landscape has a singular sense of place, but our architecture wants to be somewhere else. Anywhere else, really.

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About the Show

Messing With a Friend features Susan Messing, and other invited talented and funny improvisors from around Chicago, from iO to Second City to The Annoyance. A collection of self-edited improvised scenes based on a single suggestion. A joyful, uncensored, and improvised romp through hell.

Messing With a Friend is currently on hiatus until a later date to be determined, while Susan attends to some family health matters. Thank you for your understanding!

Show Details

This event finished on 01 February 2018.

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Chicago Tribune says:

…will surely be the hottest improv show in town and costs a mere five bucks. Assertive, vulnerable, eloquent, acerbic and —most important—complicated, Messing is a colossal talent.

Chicago Reader says :

In the long-running , Susan Messing reigns supreme over “Yes, and . . . ,” imbuing pregnant pauses with many an excellently timed F-bomb and fleshing out characters at once demented and lovable…”A joyful romp through hell,” the program calls the show; fire and brimstone never burned so good.

Time Out Chicago says :

Each week, legendary improviser Susan Messing and a different friend segue from scene to scene, creating characters and situations along the way that are weird, wild and wonderful.

NewCity Stage says :

(Messing’s) still as fresh and foul-mouthed as ever, tapping into her own darkly funny psyche with a rambling set that gets better the darker and later it goes. If there’s a constant theme, it’s laughing at the inappropriate, but there’s no overarching storyline or continuation of characters from scene to scene—just good old-fashioned dirty improv

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