Coastal Roots Farm Hosts Annual Tu B’Shvat  Food Forest Festival

Courtesy of Coastal Roots Farm Coastal Roots Farm, a nonprofit Jewish community farm and education center in Encinitas, welcomes community members from all backgrounds to celebrate Tu B’Shvat, the Jewish New Year of the Trees. Guests are invited to explore the “understory” to see how even the smallest cells are connected at 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 5.… Continue reading Coastal Roots Farm Hosts Annual Tu B’Shvat  Food Forest Festival

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Wall Street points slightly lower as more earnings come in

Wall Street drifted modestly lower before the bell Friday as investors digest more corporate earnings while waiting for the latest government data on consumer inflation. Futures for the Dow Jones industrials were down less than 0.1%, while futures for the S&P 500 slipped 0.3%. The Commerce Department issues its December report on consumer spending later… Continue reading Wall Street points slightly lower as more earnings come in

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Cincinnati honors medical staff who cared for Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin when he went into cardiac arrest

The City of Cincinnati has honored the medical staff who cared for Buffalo Bills Safety Damar Hamlin when he went into cardiac arrest during a game against the Cincinnati Bengals. In recognition of their work, Mayor Aftab Pureval gave the staff at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center the key to the city. Pureval says… Continue reading Cincinnati honors medical staff who cared for Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin when he went into cardiac arrest

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Breaking Bad actors tease Superbowl commercial promoting Popcorners

Television’s favorite meth cooks are bringing their star power to a commercial. Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul reprise their iconic Breaking Bad characters for a new Superbowl commercial promoting the snack brand Popcorners. The clip features the duo back in their RV in the Albuquerque desert. A teaser was released but you can catch the… Continue reading Breaking Bad actors tease Superbowl commercial promoting Popcorners

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California prison inmates to get some Medicaid care

WASHINGTON (AP) — The federal government will allow Medicaid dollars to treat some people in prisons, jails or juvenile detention centers for the first time ever, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced Thursday. CMS will allow California inmates to access limited services, including substance use treatment and mental health diagnoses, 90 days before… Continue reading California prison inmates to get some Medicaid care

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Column: Will Matt Mervis or Brennen Davis have a shot at making opening day on a crowded Chicago Cubs roster?

The time-honored idea of a rookie forcing his way onto a team’s opening-day roster with a sizzling spring training seems to have gone the way of the complete game, the sacrifice bunt and the brushback pitch. It seems like a lifetime ago that Chicago Cubs manager Dusty Baker began the spring of 2003 by inviting… Continue reading Column: Will Matt Mervis or Brennen Davis have a shot at making opening day on a crowded Chicago Cubs roster?

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Several questioned in Croatia over oligarch’s missing yacht

ZAGREB, Croatia (AP) — Croatian police on Friday brought in for questioning several people over the disappearance last October of a luxury yacht from an Adriatic Sea marina where it was held as part of Western sanctions imposed on oligarchs with links to Russian President Vladimir Putin. The disappearance of the 35-meter Irina Vu from… Continue reading Several questioned in Croatia over oligarch’s missing yacht

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NYC to require rideshare vehicles to be zero emissions by 2030

New York City is rolling out a new requirement for the rideshare industry as part of its new climate plan. Mayor Eric Adams announced that all rideshare vehicles will be required to be zero emissions by 2023. Uber and Lyft are both already working to incentivize drivers to switch to electric vehicles.

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