I was asked to post the call for papers for the (renamed) Innovations in Theoretical Computer Science conference. (I'm glad they finally changed the name -- see previous posts here and here.)
This year the conference is moving out of China, where it was well-funded and the logistics were taken care of, to the US. I think this will be a defining year for the conference, as it tries to set out what it should be. The question I continue to have is how it should distinguish itself from and/or relate to FOCS/STOC/SODA. There seems to be a significant bloc in the theory community that is against making these well-established conferences any bigger; to me, this says that we don't need yet-another-conference with the same type of papers unless it's different somehow. So submit and help decide what the identity of ITCS will be.