Tuesday, October 19, 2021



NFL news: Steelers’ Roethlisberger out for Week 4 with broken finger; QB who says he was ‘physical’ with WR calls him a ‘grind’

By Sweeny Murti, for NJ Advance Media for NJ.com We’re now back in October, and that means we’re once again dealing with things happening way in advance of Week 4. Here are a few

Dedicated Tony nominee Audra McDonald wanted more ‘Porgy and Bess’ after winning an Emmy

“I can’t believe this is happening!!” So said seven-time Tony Award winner Audra McDonald, probably even walking a mile in her heels. The 44-year-old singer-actress’ show – The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess – was

An historic moment for the space agency

From the Desk of ANU Librarian Anne Lockhart My post from yesterday: Pfizer does anti-psychotic drugs for some terminal patients… CRAFTY FIGHTING AT FDA PANEL IN CHINA 18/03/21-PYONGYANG, PRINCETON. (Xinhua News Agency) – Frantic

Climate change is happening, and it’s not something that’s going to go away anytime soon

A lot of people enjoy nature. And one of the most popular escapes in California — the California coast — may not be the same in 100 years due to climate change. Experts report

How Anita Hill’s memoir inspired her to campaign against racism

Long after the bruising sexual harassment hearings which took place 30 years ago, Anita Hill is still as passionate as ever about women’s rights. Her latest book, Fire and Ashes: Sexual Violence, Family and

The Tonys, ‘Hands on a Hardbody’ and “Miss Saigon”

Playbill just announced that Tonys will be awarded this year to "Summer: The Donna Summer Musical" (an astonishing twist, in my book!) and "Hands on a Hardbody" (yes, this film got a stage adaptation).

2020 Tokyo Paralympics: Olympic legacy in history as opening ceremony takes center stage

Written by By Nancy Attwood, CNN By Nancy Attwood, CNN Organizers of the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics issued a heartfelt plea for peace, ethics and human rights at the ceremony in central Tokyo on Friday.

Report: George W. Bush’s faith adviser called him a ‘racist’ and urged voters to reject him

WASHINGTON — Former President George W. Bush’s faith adviser, David A. Kuo, who ran an independent campaign for Congress against Liz Cheney, the nation’s first female vice president, once called the former president “racist

New Orleans oyster farms at stake after flood

Tide reaching into oyster beds threatens coast as toxic sludge from flood is smeared on their floors The oyster groves at Fort Jackson were set up before the American Civil War, but today, inland

Are you in a town with too many renters? Check it out

Listen to this story at U.S. News – Need a real estate fix? Click here for tips. What's all this talk about a shortage of homes? At the city level it's something of a

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