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Chez Panisse to open new restaurant and bar in Berkeley

Chez Panisse (right) plans to open a new restaurant and bar in the building to his left, which is now home to Cesar. Credit: Tracey Taylor Chez Panisse, the legendary Shattuck Avenue restaurant that helped found the California cuisine food movement, hopes to open a new restaurant in East Bay in the coming months. The …

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Would the Bills have won if they squib kicked?

The Bills’ decision making at the close of their Divisional Playoff game against the Chiefs will be the subject of debate for years to come. This all centers on moment: Kicking off to Kansas City in the final moments of regulation. With 0:13 left on the clock, Buffalo decided to kick off like normal, leading …

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If you want to get in shape, try alternatives to the gym

Jonathan Haukaas / For The Reflector First, a disclaimer: If you love going to the gym and it keeps you in shape, that’s great. Keep doing that. This article isn’t for you. Go read a listicle about the best protein powders coming out in 2022 instead. This article is for people planning to somehow get …

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They had COVID-19 once. Then, they got it again.

For the past two Christmases, Ana Siqueira has received the same unwanted gift: COVID-19. And so has her husband. The one-two punch they experienced underscores the coronavirus’s staying power and ability to crack through the body’s defenses. The first time Siqueira got the virus, one of her sons was isolating with COVID at home, and …

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Schools in Flint stick to distance learning indefinitely. Families say they have trouble maintaining it | education

Students at Flint Community Schools have only been in class for about six months over the past two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. After the district announced last week that distance learning will continue until further notice, some families — including some still grappling with the city’s water crisis — are unsure how long …

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Disgraced Gender Affirming Surgeon Goes Through His Own Transformation

This story starts with an Instagram account and ends with an Instagram account. A little over three years ago, a leading surgeon at the University of Miami specializing in transgender health and genital reconstruction surgeries, Dr. Christopher Salgado created an account named @SexSurgeon. Things went horribly wrong. On the account, Salgado posted photos that he …

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How I Found My Way to the Soccer Team Trapped in Thailand’s Tham Luang Cave

Rick Stanton MBE is a British civilian widely recognized as “one of the most accomplished cave divers.” Cave diving is the activity of exploring flooded cave systems with scuba gear for recreation or scientific exploration. Every once in awhile, people are caught by rising water and the conditions can quickly become deadly. Stanton is on …

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Christy Carlson Romano on Surviving Teen Fame and Her Foray Into YouTube

Leah Romero In ELLE’s series Teen Queens, we check in with the iconic stars who ruled the stage, screen, and news cycle during their reign. Disney stars who “fall from grace” is a story that’s been told too many times to count, but that doesn’t make it any less real or tragic: just ask Christy …

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Increase in Pandemic Fuels in Public Health Departments – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

The pandemic is starting a new wave of enthusiastic students. Universities are reporting a rise in public health departments as more people take a career path after COVID-19 to make a difference in the world. For almost two years, students have been able to learn from and observe a public health crisis unfolding in the …

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