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First Watch Restaurant Group, Inc. annou...

BRADENTON, Fla., September 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – First Watch Restaurant Group, Inc. (“First Watch” or “the Company”), the concept of daytime dining serving breakfast, brunch and lunch, today announced the price of its initial public offering of 9,459,000 common shares at a public price of $ 18.00 per share. In addition, the Company has […]

Warby Parker and the spirit of invention

This article is part of the On Tech newsletter. Here is a collection of past columns. In yesterday’s newsletter, I lamented that more and more companies are not asking, “Is this a good idea?” When they prepare new products. Today I want to write about the admirable question behind many inventions: why does it have […]

Fort Bend Junior Service League accepts ...

(Left to right, top to bottom) 2020-2021 scholarship recipients: Huda Zia, Landrie Goss, Sadaka Arastu, Shani Chiang, Gissel Gonzalez, Daisy Svatek. The Fort Bend Junior Service League (FBJSL) is pleased to announce that it is now accepting applications for its annual scholarships for the 2021-2022 academic year. Each year, the FBJSL awards at least four […]

The houses transferred by Nama for socia...

An offer of 1,400 housing units that the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) was to transfer for social housing purposes under the government’s Housing for All plan is already being used for this purpose. Nama was before the Public Accounts Commission where it appeared that the 1,400 dwellings in question had already been rented to […]

“The future is ours”: NextGen America la

NextGen to organize in Texas, Arizona, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Michigan, Wisconsin and Nevada with the aim of “registering, informing and mobilizing” hundreds of thousands of young voters , depending on the group. The organization wants to register more than 288,000 voters across the country, including 150,000 in Texas, and reach more than 9 […]

Caring father climbs Everest in memory o...

A dedicated father climbs Everest in memory of the ‘always smiling’ boy he lost at 18 months and raises money for the charity that helped him get through his grief. Sales manager Danny Kenworthy, 45, and his wife Nicola, 41, a speech-language pathologist, were devastated when their son, Henry, was diagnosed with Noonan syndrome – […]

Pandemic has revealed major issues for r...

The Community Sponsorship Program was introduced in the UK in July 2016 to enable community groups to support the resettlement of refugee families The COVID-19 pandemic has shown that there is a lack of clear access to digital resources, language barriers and adequate welfare support for refugees who were part of the Community Sponsorship Program […]

Democratic disagreements jeopardize Bide...

WASHINGTON, Sept.29 (Reuters) – President Joe Biden’s program was at risk of being undermined by divisions among his own Democrats, as moderates expressed anger on Wednesday at the prospect of delaying an infrastructure bill for $ 1,000 billion before a critical vote to prevent a government shut down. The White House said discussions on twin […]

Native American filmmaker and journalist...

CARSON CITY, Nevada (AP) – Myron Dewey, a filmmaker and journalist who has helped bring worldwide attention to concerns of Native Americans fighting an oil pipeline near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, has passed away. Dewey, a citizen of the Walker River Paiute tribe, died Sunday when his car crashed in the Nevada countryside, the […]

VMware: Building Gender Diversity in Org...

New research shows that nearly 70% of US-based tech companies identified a lack of diversity in their workforce, which leads young tech workers to believe that their corporate culture is neither inclusive nor tolerant. According to members of Avant-garde Tanzu OneMagnify community. OneMagnify is a full-service, multidisciplinary marketing and communications company and a VMware Tanzu […]

Portland’s massive clean energy fund pla

Portland city officials are preparing to fund a new windfall of clean energy projects and jobs for the city’s historically marginalized communities. Around $ 100 million will be up for grabs before the end of 2022 for local nonprofit groups that can renovate low-income homes, plant trees in sunburned neighborhoods, and carry out other activities […]

Review: “Mozart and Salieri” oppose two

Sidney Outlaw (left) plays Salieri and Simon Barrad plays Mozart in Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Mozart and Salieri” at the San José Opera. Photo: Ian Fullmer Whatever “Amadeus” and other similar projects may have us believe, there is no evidence that there was a particularly toxic rivalry between Mozart and his fellow composer Antonio Salieri. Perhaps a little […]

Little information is publicly available...

Despite the availability of free and confidential tests for sexually transmitted infections on campus, some report having difficulty finding the information to access the tests. While Student Health and Duke Wellness both offer testing, students find the information hard to find, leading some students to forgo testing. For one student, Google search yielded little information […]

Academics call for laws to open social m...

On Tuesday, lawmakers in the US House of Representatives heard from three academics who argued that social media companies cannot be trusted to control themselves. This may seem like a win-win given Facebook’s serial involvement in controversies over the past few years, its long-standing allergy to surveillance, and its unrepentant decision this week to halt […]

4 trends in elderly care essential for t...

Jeremy Delinsky, COO of Devoted Health When American seniors went to their first doctor’s appointment, they could not have imagined that their medical history would be stored anywhere other than a manila file. Today, nine in ten physicians use electronic health records (EHRs) and patient health data resides on cloud servers. While we’ve certainly come […]

How SAP approaches women’s leadership

The women at the helm of SAP SuccessFactors share their stories and describe how COVID has sparked the conversation about employee stress and flexible working. The exodus of women from the labor market during the pandemic has been a great challenge for employers. But it also creates opportunities for some companies, like SAP SuccessFactors, to […]

Coos Health operational after ransomware...

Coos County Family Health Services are back on line after a ransomware attack shut down the health care provider for three days last week. CCFHS CEO Ken Gordon said email, phone service and access to his electronic health records were all restored on Friday. “Fortunately, we were able to complete this episode on Thursday of […]

New major in virtual reality and game de...

Photo courtesy of J. Warren McClure School of Emerging Communication Technologies Ohio University is now offering a new undergraduate major starting this fall in Virtual Reality and Game Development (VRGD). The VRGD program will teach students to use emerging technologies like virtual reality and digital games specifically for communication purposes, while emphasizing ethical and social […]

Friends and colleagues remember Georgian...

AUGUSTA, Ga (WJBF) – Sunday morning’s IRONMAN competition was overshadowed by tragedy when Augusta’s attorney George Hall died during the swim portion. He is remembered by friends and colleagues as a successful lawyer, a dear friend, and a devoted husband and father. “His loss on Sunday morning was a huge shock and filled us all […]

Ravinia – Director of Brand, Marketing a

Ravinia®, North America’s oldest and most diverse music festival, features over 140 different events throughout the summer. These concerts range from Yo-Yo Ma and John Legend to the annual summer residence of the country’s best orchestra, The Chicago Symphony. Ravinia’s Reach Teach Play programs serve more than 75,000 adults and children across Chicagoland and are […]

Ministry of Transport | Hamakua Coast B...

Hamakua Coast Bridge Repair Plans Posted on Sep 27, 2021 in Highways News, Main, News HILO – Following emergency repairs to the Kolekole Bridge on the Hawaii Belt Highway (Route 19), the Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) is advising the traveling public of permanent repair plans for the Kolekole Bridge, as well as three bridges […]

Sustainable use protected areas catalyze...

Importance Sustainable use protected areas (PAs) have contributed to the conservation of tropical biodiversity by discouraging deforestation in many countries, but their social and economic benefits for local stakeholders remain poorly understood. The Amazon is home to the largest tropical PA system on Earth, which aims to safeguard its rich biological and cultural diversity. Aligning […]

12 Meter North American Sailing Champion...

NEWPORT – Over the course of three days of racing for their North American Championship, eight historic 12-meters faced all types of wind conditions. As of Thursday, the fleet completed two races in slightly strong winds of 16-18 knots with gusts in the 20-degree range. Friday followed with two more races contested in moderate breezes […]

University of Edinburgh study reveals of...

The Scottish Annual Data Conference takes place this Thursday Football and sports clubs maximize usage data for performance on the pitch. They should approach the use of out-of-scope data in the same way. The partnership of the Academy of Sport and the Bayes Center at the University of Edinburgh can help. Covid 19 has exposed […]

Loans without credit check: borrowing op...

No matter how urgent your need for cash is, think twice about getting a no credit check loan. Why? Because they are potentially as predatory as payday loans or car title loans and can trap you in a cycle of debt for years. These loans, also known as no credit check loans installment loans – […]

COVID-19: campus life is getting back on...

Regional colleges and universities report that they are progressing relatively well during the semester despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Amid the challenges posed by the positive cases, schools are making the most of them, officials reported, continuing to operate as close to normal as possible. Schools demand masks, make hand sanitizer available, disinfect classrooms and […]

La Frontera: miles from nowhere

Premiere on October 15 Pati travels from El Paso and Ciudad Juarez to Big Bend National Park. She discovers the people, places and food that make her unique. Friends old and new help her discover the best places to eat and what sets the region’s culture and economy apart. She learns how closely America and […]

How the Joker forced the DC team to move...

Today we take a look at how the Joker completely pushed the Justice League out of Earth! In “When We First Met” we spotlight the various characters, phrases, objects or events that eventually became notable pieces of comic lore, like the first time someone said “Avengers Assemble! ” or the first appearance of Batman’s giant […]

CHI Health offers flu shots while drivin...

OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) – The pandemic has left healthcare workers with more questions than answers regarding this year’s flu season. “We really don’t know what to expect with flu season this year. Last year because of masks, social distancing, people working from home, no large gatherings – we haven’t really seen a flu season so […]

Halifax rally calls for guaranteed basic...

A small group of passionate people gathered in Halifax on Saturday to demand a guaranteed basic income, creating a social safety net that catches up with everyone. Basic Income Nova Scotia (BIG-NS) hosted the rally at Grand Parade to mark International Basic Income Day, with members creating signs and chalk drawings to draw attention to […]

Google Doodle honors Christopher Reeve o...

By Theresa Waldrop, CNN Saturday’s Google Doodle pays tribute to Christopher Reeve, the “Superman” actor-turned-disability activist, on what would have been his 69th birthday. Reeve was crippled from neck to toe in a horseback riding accident in 1995 and has spent the rest of his life lobbying for the rights of people with disabilities and […]

TCSS hires new Deputy Superintendent – V

At the Troup County School System Board meeting on Thursday, the board endorsed Deana Brown, who has served as Director of Elementary Education for the past two years, as the new Deputy Superintendent of Programs studies, teaching and professional learning. “Deana faced eight very strong candidates in interviews on Wednesday, September 8, 2021,” Shumate said. […]

New Haven restaurateurs open Tomato Joe’

Tomato Joe’s Italian Kitchen & Pizzeria brings a bit of New Haven to Rocky Hill, with modified New Haven-style pizzas, a creative cocktail menu, and bar-dominating layout at 1625 Silas Deane Highway which opened in early September. “New Haven is a city of cocktails. We’re not going to full New Haven. You can still get […]

Gerlich announces additions to Lady Raid...

LUBBOCK, Texas – Texas Tech Lady Raider Basketball Coach Krista gerlich announced several additions to program staff on Friday. Erik DeRoo is joining the program as director of player development, while Darrius Mazyck has been promoted to full-time video coordinator after his similar role as graduate assistant last season. Additionally, Landon Gomez, former Lady Raider […]

Devoted Health could be the most valuabl...

Devoted Health is after its most ambitious fundraiser to date, with Waltham, Massachusetts-based insurtech seeking to raise an additional $ 1.2 billion out of a valuation of $ 11.5 billion. The company’s board of directors has cleared Devoted Health to continue in a Series D cycle, according to a Delaware stock clearance filing that was […]

Foundations offer cities to help convinc...

A year ago, Robin Bruce never thought she would live in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and would love that. That was before she took advantage of a program, largely funded by the Walton Family Foundation, that offers $ 10,000 incentives to attract new residents to the Ozarks. Bruce, singer, visual artist and writer, was eligible for the […]

A breast cancer exercise class being tes...

The Ashburton District Council EA Networks Center is one of three South Island recreation facilities that are piloting an exercise class for people with breast cancer to improve bone health and reduce the risk of osteoporosis and fractures. The 12 week pilot has just started, with the first session devoted to nutrition and food information. […]

Flicks for Free puts the show back on th...

The Ohio Union Activities Board’s Flicks for Free is back in person this semester, offering students the opportunity to attend social events together while following COVID-19 guidelines. Credit: Katy Popovitch | Journalist Lantern The Ohio Union Activities Board’s Flicks for Free is back in person this semester, offering students the opportunity to attend social events […]

Extensive support for young people in ca...

Eligible youth and young adults who have left government care will continue to benefit from more flexible access to the Agreements with Young Adults (AYA) program, as the government extends COVID-19 emergency measures until in March 2022. “All young people in transition to adulthood need strong supports and relationships to help them thrive, and young […]

Charlestown Hires Community Liaison Offi...

CHARLESTOWN – A wealth of experience in community mental health support is a tool Courtney Rodewig plans to use for the City of Charlestown. Rodewig served as the community liaison on September 9 for the city, providing various social support services to residents. The temporary position (which could be extended) is to provide services to […]

Open container ‘social district’ may soo

Wilmington city council may consider an ordinance in the coming months that would create a “social district” for outdoor drinking downtown. (Photo by Port City Daily / Mark Darrough) WILMINGTON –– Downtown shoppers will soon be able to openly transport and sip alcohol in Wilmington as support grows for an outdoor drinking district. Signed by […]

Library dedicated to Japanese novelist H...

The building is presented as a place of literary research, cultural exchange and a gathering place for its fans A library dedicated to the writings, albums and record collection of Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami opens next week in Tokyo as a place of literary research, cultural exchange and gathering for its fans. Haruki Murakami Library, […]

Clem and Doris Huber join the 4-H Hall o...

The Illinois 4-H Foundation awarded 71 individuals, all long-time volunteers or former staff, the Foundation Hall of Fame Award, for their selfless dedication to the 4-H Extension youth development program of the ‘University of Illinois, in a virtual ceremony on Tuesday, August 17. Locally, Clem and Doris Huber were inducted into the 4-H Hall of […]

Conceptualizing Long COVID as an episodi...

Darren A Brown, Kelly K O’Brien Summary box Long COVID presents multidimensional clusters of symptoms that can fluctuate, sometimes unpredictably, with symptoms negatively affecting general well-being and the ability to perform daily activities, exercise, or work. We propose that Long COVID be conceptualized as an episodic illness, characterized by health-related challenges (or disability) that can […]

Sycamore Women’s Basketball publishes no

History links HIGH EARTH, Ind. – Indiana State women’s basketball released part of their non-conference schedule, head coach Chad killer announced Wednesday afternoon. On the announced portion of the schedule, the ISU will host three home games, as well as a road clash with an opponent from the Big Ten. “The young women in our […]

Fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH)...

DBMR has added a new report titled Fluorescent in Situ Hybridization (FISH) Probes Market with data tables for historical and forecast years represented by discussion and graph spread across pages with easy to understand detailed analysis. To structure the best market research report like Fluorescent In Situ Hybridization (FISH) Probe Market, a dedicated team of […]

Lourdes Perez, honored Ceres school coun...

Lourdes Perez, a member of the Ceres School Board, was among four recipients recently recognized as the 2021 Central Valley Latino Leadership Award winners in Modesto. Congressman Josh Harder D-Turlock presented a certificate of recognition to Perez on Wednesday, September 8 at Graceada Park. “I was completely surprised,” Perez said. “I didn’t know I was […]

Crime report | Robesonian

September 20, 2021 LUMBERTON – Robeson County Commissioners on Monday approved a plan to move forward with efforts to provide broadband service throughout the county. At Monday’s meeting, commissioners approved the Robeson County Digital Inclusion Plan, which includes projects and strategies to bring broadband to Robeson County. The plan will be used to apply for […]

Health service tightens limits on social...

By Miranda Chant September 21, 2021 5:50 P.M. Large maskless social gatherings that have led to outbreaks of COVID-19 have prompted the Middlesex London Health Unit to take action. Medical Officer of Health Dr.Chris Mackie on Tuesday announced two new collective prescriptions under Section 22 of the Health Protection and Promotion Act that relate to […]

Inside Facebook’s push to defend its ima

The changes involved Facebook’s leadership in its marketing, communications, policy and integrity teams. Alex Schultz, a 14-year veteran of the company who was appointed chief marketing officer last year, has also been instrumental in the image reshaping effort, said five people who have worked with him . But at least one of the decisions was […]

Bike diaries: cruise with the “American

On a quay in Queens, David Byrne’s musical biker gang was getting ready to leave. “Are we ready?” Byrne called. It was a late August Saturday, and the gang – three percussionists, a guitarist, a bassist and I, along with a daredevil photographer and a lighting assistant – sat astride bikes as Byrne , our […]

Get your documents in a row at Lunenburg...

The eighth edition Lunenburg Doc Fest presents a hybrid festival experience from September 23-29. The 21 feature films and seven short film programs will be viewable online. Special social events and screenings will take place on site. “Overall, we invite the public across North America to ‘Get your documents next! And join us for seven […]

Doing good is good business

In our northern Michigan culture, talking with business owners about community responsibility and its benefits is like preaching to the choir. Many of you have generously given back in many ways during your time in business. If you want to expand what you’re doing or kick off a first effort, here are some thoughts. To […]

Virtual medical school: Burnout and a wa...

WWe began our medical studies at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons in August 2020, with classmates scattered around the world. For some, the pedagogical day ended at the end of the afternoon; for others, just before dawn. Our cohort of 140 students had imagined embarking on this path to medicine together but, […]

LASA will welcome Social Alumni offering...

(Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell) Ashley rose riveraConnector editor September 22sd, the Latin American Student Association (LASA) will host an alumni networking event that aims to introduce undergraduates to conversations about career and networking. The event offers all subclass students, especially Latinx students, the opportunity to engage with successful Latinx alumni. The event provides an […]

Kuehn’s solid day marked by hand injury

History links Ranking SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Logan kuehn shot a first round 74 (+2) for the University of Southeast Louisiana golf team and was tied for 12e halfway through the second round before injuring his hand on Monday morning during the first and second rounds of the Lone Star Invitational at TPC San Antonio […]

Fred A. Swank – Newton Daily News

Fred A. Swank, 95, of Newton, son of Peter and Ella (Van Nieuwenhuizen) Swank, was born on November 17, 1925 in Lynnville. He graduated from Newton Senior High, class of 1943. Fred had served his country with the US Marines during World War II in the Pacific Theater. A funeral service for Fred will begin […]

Ben & Jerry’s Unveils New Flavor to Supp

Here’s the scoop: Social justice awareness can now be found in the Ice Alley. Ben & Jerry’s unveiled a new flavor to promote the People’s Response Act, legislation proposed by Representative Cori Bush, D-Mo., Which seeks to reduce the disproportionate amount of police violence against people with mental illness and other health complications. The Vermont-based […]

Fourth Live Update from Stimulus Control...

Critical time for Congress with Biden’s agenda and debt limit at stake US Congress returns to session on Monday Faced with a massive agenda and a lack of time, Democrats under President Joe Biden hoping to pass sweeping national programs, fund the government, approve an infrastructure bill and raise the debt ceiling within weeks. They […]

Obituary: Robert Jonathan Langston, 71, ...

CLINTON, CT – (From Doolittle Funeral Home) It is with deep sadness that we share the passing of my beloved husband, Robert Jonathan Langston. Bob will be sorely missed. I barely know how to move forward without my best friend and the love of my life. On September 13, 2021, Robert Jonathan Langston, loving husband, […]

Transform what was old into new

March 29, 2021 Surry County will officially celebrate its 250th anniversary on Thursday, the anniversary of the Legislative Act and Royal Decree that created the county from the vast Rowan County. North Carolina was still a British colony at the time, but the unrest that would break that tie was already in full swing. People […]

Reviews | What is the fight for tenure ...

Harvard introduced the practice of prioritizing research in the criteria for promotion and tenure in the late 1930s, under the chairmanship of James Conant – although faculty members at the time warned against his narrow emphasis on research. Other elite schools adopted the practice during the post-WWII post-WWII higher education boom, according to research by […]

How philanthropy can support grassroots ...

Over the past year, headlines have made headlines about the divorces of Seattle tech billionaires, whose families fund some of the world’s largest philanthropic organizations. The high-profile separations resulted in victories for some nonprofits, which received large donations, while others worried about their continued funding. These ups and downs have drawn attention to the fragility […]

Hamilton Southeastern Teacher’s Playset

Hamilton Southeastern High School drama teacher Ethan Mathias was set to see a reading of his play “Provenance” in May 2020 as part of the Actors Theater of Indiana Lab series. Then the COVID-19 pandemic interrupted the live performances and ATI was forced to cancel. Mathias “Provenance” will now premiere the 2021-2022 ATI Lab series […]

Are you unrealistic about the role of So...

As a senior, you probably rely on Social Security as an important source of your financial support. But you can’t afford to rely too much on it or have an overly optimistic view of the retirement income your benefits will provide. Unfortunately, many Americans are doing just that because they don’t realize this simple truth […]

Utah’s Oldest Synagogue, Still Operation

Adam Rubin, Special to Standard Examiner Community members gather around the Brith Sholem congregation synagogue in Ogden on Thursday, September 9, 2021, on a walking tour celebrating the congregation’s 100th anniversary. OGDEN – Community members and worshipers celebrated the 100th anniversary of Congregation Brith Sholem, Utah’s oldest continuously operational synagogue last week, during Rosh Hashanah, […]

Dover schools increasingly focus on soci...

Disrupted routines, social isolation, food insecurity. These are just a few of the consequences of COVID-19 that have affected children and are leading to an exponential increase in mental health problems. Experts say we may not see the full effects of the pandemic on children’s socio-emotional well-being in the years to come. That is why […]

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Obituary of Marjorie PETERSON (2021) – S

Marjorie Black Peterson passed away on September 5, 2021. She was 95 years old. Marge was born January 10, 1926 in Livingston Montana to Thomas W. and Hazel Gleason. His father was an accountant for the Union Pacific Railroad. She had two siblings and is survived by brother Jerry Gleason of Carmel and sister Kitty […]

Volleyball sweeps UNI to win Marquette I...

History links Box score (PDF) WATCH: Highlights Next match: at the University of Villanova 09/24/2021 | 6 p.m. HC FloSports Box score (PDF) MILWAUKEE – The Marquette University women’s volleyball team defeated northern Iowa in straight sets (25-18, 25-14, 25-15) on Saturday night in their final game of the Marquette Invitational. Marquette has now won […]

Biden warning to China: USS Wyoming test...

On Friday, the US Navy effectively conducted a test launch of two unarmed, long-life Trident D5LE nuclear missiles from the USS Wyoming. The USS Wyoming (SSBN-742), an Ohio-class guided missile submarine, was floating off the coast of Cape Canaveral, Fla., When it conducted the test, which was part of a demonstration operation and test, designated […]

Sustainable Orillia offers free and info...

“The webinars will provide practical and stimulating information and give the opportunity to answer your questions by experts,” says the manager. PRESS RELEASESUSTAINABLE ORILLIA*************************Learning how each of us, individually and collectively, can reduce our greenhouse gas emissions and move towards a healthier environment and quality of life is a necessary step for our community and […]

In Panjshir, few signs of active resista...

PANJSHIR, Afghanistan – In this lush swath of land – isolated from potential invaders by high mountain peaks and narrow passes conducive to ambushes – former Mujahideen fighters and Afghan commandos regrouped in the days following the overthrow of the government Afghan by the Taliban, vowing to fight for the last man. With its history […]

Baked with love: the Passion du leaven p...

For many people, confinement was an opportunity to indulge in a new hobby. Key points: Amie Kalleske decided to start making sourdough bread while looking for something else to do on the farm She does everything by hand and delivers it to the inhabitants of her community The sourdough bread is certified organic, just like […]

Fox’s Vaccine Criticism Draws Attention

NEW YORK >> Constant criticism of COVID-19 vaccine mandates by numbers on Fox News has drawn attention to his own company’s strict rules on the subject – even from President Joe Biden. The president was denounced as “authoritarian” and “chief divider” on Fox last week after announcing new efforts to force more Americans to get […]

RISE members meet in person and virtuall...

AVENTURA, Fla .– RISE (Responsible Industry for a Sound Environment) and CropLife America held a joint annual meeting in Aventura, Fla., September 12-15, 2021. Nearly 500 attendees representing companies that provide phytosanitary and phytosanitary solutions for the specialty pesticide and agricultural markets attended the meeting virtually and in person. Participants gathered for three days to […]

Opinion: My friend has dementia, what ca...

A growing concern for older people is the fear of developing some form of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease. People fear losing their independence, their memories and perhaps their sense of dignity and self. With no cure in sight and currently prescribed medications that can only relieve some of the symptoms, every now and then, and […]

Gopher women’s hockey celebrates 25 seas

Women’s hockey | 09/17/2021 10:54:00 History links MINNEAPOLIS – The first quarter century of women’s gopher hockey has been dominant. Since the program’s first varsity season in 1997-98, the Golden Gophers have won seven national championships, ten regular-season conference titles and seven conference tournament titles, racking up nearly 700 wins and showcasing a number of […]

HUS offers third doses of Covid vaccine ...

Healthcare workers and immunocompromised people in Helsinki and Uusimaa could be offered third doses of the Covid vaccine immediately. Image: Jorge Gonzalez / Yle Helsinki and the Uusimaa Hospital District (HUS) said on Friday they were starting to offer third doses of the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine as it rushed to use the jabs before they […]

The wonderful closing of Mary’s store

Mary’s Marvelous will close on Sunday afternoon. Much to the chagrin of her legions of loyal customers, Mary Schoenlein announced this week that her retail bakery and Mary’s Marvelous take-out outlet on Newtown Lane in East Hampton will close for good when business closes on Sunday. The move was not unexpected – Hampton Chutney Co. […]