Month: November 2022

Lab-grown chicken gets green light from FDA for first time

Those concerned about the ethics of eating meat, but still eager to partake in the typical Thanksgiving feast, may not have to choke on the furkey for too long. It’s thanks to the efforts of fledgling “cultured meat” companies bent…

New city manager hired – Alameda Post

Jennifer Ott back after four years of absence. Alameda has been without a city manager since Eric Leavitt resigned in May of this year to take the same position at Fullerton. Since then, several people have served as Acting and…

“No increase in property taxes”

Several important items were unveiled at the City Council meeting in Rockford tonight (Monday 11/21), including council’s approval of a balanced budget for 2023. In a press release from the City of Rockford, Mayor McNamara said he was “pleased” there…

University of California Multi-Unit Strike Week 1 Updates

This article was written by Isabella Trierweiler and Pratik Gandhi. The views presented here are not necessarily representative of the views of the American Astronomical Society or other institutions with which our authors are affiliated. Authors’ note: For more information…

Chef Kelly Whitaker, of Wolf’s Tailor and Basta, is planning a new restaurant

Kelly Whitaker, the Denver chef behind highly acclaimed restaurants like The Wolf’s Tailor, Basta, Bruto and Cart-Driver, has a new project simmering in the Berkeley neighborhood. His growing hotel group, Id Est, plans to open Hey Kiddo on the third…

🌱 NYers rally on Transgender Remembrance Day +47% in the office

Happy Monday, New York! Two men suspected of posing a threat to New York’s Jewish community have been arrested at Penn Station. New Yorkers have gathered to mourn the loss of life in a mass shooting in Colorado at an…

The first leader of Stanford’s new climate school grew up with a coal stove

John Doerr, chairman and co-founder of Kleiner Perkins Caufield, left, and Arun Majumdar, dean of Stanford University’s Doerr School of Sustainability, during an interview on an episode of Bloomberg Wealth with David Rubenstein at Stanford , California, USA, Friday, July…

2023 Beach Badge Sale for this Beach in Ocean County, NJ

We heard recently that some beach badges for our local beaches have gone up, not this beach there is a discount. Every year, Township of Berkeley gives us discounted beach badges to our Berkeley Township Beach at Seaside Park. If…

Yakima Are you ready for paid parking downtown?

Lots of people still talk about the paid parking that comes to downtown Yakima.If you park in downtown Yakima from April of next year, you will pay a parking fee. Paid parking is on its way to downtown Yakima after…

The Original ‘Gossip Girl’ Ate Episodes of Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving — aside from being one of the most offensive and antiquated colonial holidays celebrated in this God-forsaken country — is also a time of unbridled family chaos. Drunk aunts share at the kitchen table. Siblings and cousins ​​come home…

$780m Willets Point Football Stadium + National Network Addresses Concerns

Hello, Queens! 👑 ⚽️ The New York Soccer Club has reached a $780 million deal to build a 25,000 seat soccer stadium in Willets Point, Queens. 🌱 National Grid responds to concerns about their paving on grass strips in Queens….

Dorchester County Obituaries November 2-8 | Obituary

BELLHolcombe Marion Jr., 81, of Harleyville died November 4. Arrangements from Bryant Funeral Home of St. George. BOURGEWilliam, 64 years old, from Summerville died October 31. Arrangements of the Charleston Cremation Center of Charleston. COWARDLYJulian W., 84 years old, Harleyville…

CP&DR News Briefs November 15, 2022: Olympic Valley Resort; 469 Stevenson EIR; Chuckwalla National Monument, and more

Placer County supervisors reject resort development in Olympic ValleyA major proposed development in Tahoe’s Olympic Valley, adjacent to the Palisades Tahoe ski area, will not proceed after the Placer County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to rescind its approval in…

Fast food workers to stage protest against opposition to new labor law – Press Telegram

Los Angeles and Orange county fast food workers will join others on Tuesday, November 15 in a statewide protest aimed at stopping McDonald’s, Starbucks and other restaurant chains from trying to block a new law that will raise wages and…

48,000 University of California scholars set to strike for better pay Monday at 10 campuses

BERKELEY, Calif. (KGO) — A statewide strike is looming as nearly 50,000 University of California scholars are set to walk off the job on Monday — a move that could cancel some classes just weeks before final exams. “I’m going…

Berkeley couple charged with flying Texas teen to Oakland for sex trafficking

OAKLAND — A Berkeley man and woman who previously faced human trafficking charges are now charged with forcing a 17-year-old Texas girl into prostitution by bringing her from Dallas to the Bay Area, according to court records. Chemon Parks, 23,…

See how Shirin Neshat captures New Mexico in photos

Video of Shirin Neshat, still image 2. (Courtesy of Santa Fe website) New Mexico may be known as the Land of Enchantment, but for Iranian-born artist Shirin Neshat, it represents the land of dreams. A New York-based photographer, videographer and…

In Defense of Breakfast – Yale Daily News

Elizabeth Watson There are two types of students at Yale: those who eat breakfast and those who don’t. The former satisfies their body’s natural need for a morning dose of glucose, while preparing well for a busy day. The latter…

Cal set to face No. 9 Notre Dame on Saturday

WBB10/11/2022 18:12 | By: Cal Athletics The game will air nationally on NBC at 1 p.m. BERKELEY- The California women’s basketball team faces a tough test from the get-go as they prepare to take on No….

Solomon Islands plans to use hotels to house 2023 Pacific Games athletes

You viewed more than 50 articles in the last 12 months. Keep Olympic News Free Support insidethegames.biz for just £10 For nearly 15 years now, insidethegames.biz has been at the forefront of fearless reporting on what’s happening in the Olympic…

The community mourns the loss of Moxie Bread co-owner Andy Clark

Andy Clark, a staple of the local food movement in Colorado, owner of Moxie Bread Co, president of the Colorado Grain Chain and mentor to many, died Monday, November 7. A GoFundMe has been set up to support his wife,…

Jefferson and Chatham lacrosse players ink NLI

Avery Young has always had a special athletic relationship with his father, Chris. Chris Young played baseball at Fair Lawn and Kean University. He has been Avery’s chief driver at lacrosse tournaments, and she often writes quotes of him on…

1 dead, 2 missing in Ontario after being swept away by heavy rain

One person was killed and two people missing after stormwater washed away a group of people Tuesday morning in Ontario as rain battered the region. The incident was reported around 9:45 a.m. in the washing machine on the 1200 block…

Broadmark Realty Capital Announces Leadership Change

SEATTLE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Broadmark Realty Capital Inc. (NYSE: BRMK) (“Broadmark” or the “Company”), an internally managed secure real estate finance company, today announced, effective immediately, the appointment of Jeffrey Pyatt, current Chairman of the Board of Directors and former Chief Executive Officer…

Bass and Caruso have ways to win the race for mayor of Los Angeles

With two days to go before the mayoral race in Los Angeles, frontrunner Karen Bass is battling to hold on to her longtime advantage as the favorite of the city’s Liberal Democratic political base, while businessman Rick Caruso attempts to…

At the Library: Green Crabs, Roman Poets and Cozy Mysteries | Community

The Cannon Beach Library will finally be complete with zoom-only events in November. The World of Haystack Rock Library Lecture Series, Cannon Beach Reads Book Club, and NW Author Speaker Series will all be offered in a hybrid format, allowing…

SF restaurants and markets brace for Thanksgiving turkey shortage

Turkey lovers might be in for a Thanksgiving shock. With bird flu killing at least 3.6% of the nation’s turkeys this year — coupled with supply shortages and drought in the farming industry, according to the New York Times —…

Pac-12 Champions – Stanford University Athletics

History links BERKELEY, Calif. – No. 7 Stanford (16-2-2, 9-1-1 Pac-12) played out a 1-1 draw at California (10-4-6, 5-3-3 Pac-12) on Friday for earn sole possession of the…

Baguio City Maintains UCCN Membership

The inclusion of the city of Baguio in the Unesco Creative Cities Network (UCCN) four years ago was a distinction added to the many titles the city has under its hat.But with the prestige of being part of UCCN comes…

Who’s on the ballot in the Goose Creek mayoral race?

GOOSE CREEK, SC (WCBD) – The mayor of Goose Creek is contested for his seat in the Nov. 8 general election. Mike Delaney hopes to overthrow incumbent Greg Habib. Delaney is a retired Navy commander and said he was running…

University of California, Berkeley Dean Dr. Sastry Named Founding Chancellor of Plaksha University

Plaksha University has appointed Dr S Shankar Sastry as Founder Chancellor. He served as Dean of Engineering for over a decade (2007-2018) at the University of California (UC) Berkeley. Dr. Sastry is currently the Thomas Siebel Professor Emeritus of Computer…

Gracious Craftsman has many arts and crafts details:

BERKELEY, CA – This 1920s Berkeley craftsman sits on a quiet cul-de-sac, surrounded by nature, with easy access to shopping, restaurants, parks, trails, and all the best of Berkeley. Along with its Arts and Crafts character, it has thoughtful updates…

More fine dining restaurants are taking a bottom-up approach to the floor

Chef Simon Rogan of L’Enclume three Michelin stars in England and his team during a farm visit to Hong Kong. (Photo: Simon Rogan) It’s been half a century since American chef, restaurateur, and author Alice Waters opened Chez Panisse in…

Popular NYC Pop-Up Doshi hits the Bay Area with Korean packed lunches from chef Susan Kim

Chef Susan Kim was looking to bring doshirak, or Korean packed lunches, to the United States after being inspired by a trip to Korea, but with her own flair. Kim was thinking about the concept before the pandemic, she told…