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In the demarcation of certain important techno-cultural moments, I believe that early 2021 will be noted as the time in which one of my axioms from a prior moment of demarcation — “We will know blockchain-based music startups have arrived when people stop saying the word Blockchain” — may have come to fruition. NFT non-fungible …

TOKYO — Japan’s Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga is set to formally announce an end to a pandemic state of emergency over the Greater Tokyo area on Thursday, despite mounting concerns over virus variants and signs that the rate of new infections may be rising once again. Officials have justified the decision because pressures on the …

The Competitive Energy Market Wind is currently in a good position within the market. As of right now, offshore wind is cheaper than most energy forms, with onshore wind being the cheapest renewable available. However, fossil fuels like oil and gas are still leading energy sources throughout the States.  On top of this competition, offshore …

CLEVELAND, Ohio — When licensed professional counselor Tamara Ferebee meets with her Black female clients, they talk Black girl to Black girl. There’s no need to explain why a Black person might feel anxious while driving, or how microaggressions in the workplace cause low self-esteem. They know what it’s like to open your social media …

Family Health Centers of San Diego (FHCSD) is offering COVID-19 vaccines to individuals 65 or older and healthcare workers under the county’s Phase 1A on Saturday with no appointments necessary. FHCSD received 1,000 COVID-19 vaccines through the county at their location at 823 Gateway Center Way. As of 11 a.m., they had only given out …

ST. LOUIS — Applying micronutrients to crops is one way farmers can optimize yield goals. “There are seven essential micronutrients that are needed by all plants at different rates,” said Frank Flis, agronomist at Carolina Eastern-Vail, located in central New York. Those micronutrients are: manganese, boron, copper, zinc, molybdenum, iron and chlorine. “It was different …

At almost 16 years old, Emma Heslin knew very little about any type of diabetes. But then she was diagnosed with Type 1, also known as juvenile diabetes. “You’re like, what is that, what does that mean?” said Heslin, now a 22-year-old registered nurse. “So, you’re not going into it knowing it’s lifelong.” She quickly …

Expect a dry and quiet night. With light winds and falling temperatures, it’s possible for some areas of fog to develop and bring reduced visibility to the roads by tomorrow. Expect to scrape frost off your cars again if you are up early enough. We’ll likely end the night with a partly cloudy sky, with …

Buy Photo Officer Nicole Huffman and volunteer Lois Coleman hand out meals during lunchtime at Crump Elementary School in Montgomery, Ala., on Monday, March 23, 2020.  (Photo: Jake Crandall/ Advertiser) Montgomery Public Schools will give out bulk boxes of food to students over the Thanksgiving break, but parents must fill out a form indicating their …

“It’s so important that as many people as possible fill out the surveys and tell us how good their access is or how bad it is,” said Sandra Childress, city secretary, city of Howardwick, Donley County. “That way we can get a better picture of what things are like for our two counties. We can …