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As Diners Return, Restaurants Face a New Hurdle: Finding Workers

As Diners Return, Restaurants Face a New Hurdle: Finding Workers

As Diners Return, Restaurants Face a New Hurdle: Finding Workers As Diners Return, Restaurants Face a New Hurdle: Finding Workers MIAMI — All Day, a downtown coffee shop and restaurant, started the year on a high note. January was its busiest month since the start of the pandemic. “It was like turning on a light switch,” said Camila Ramos, an …

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Finding From Particle Research Could Break Known Laws of Physics

Finding From Particle Research Could Break Known Laws of Physics

Finding From Particle Research Could Break Known Laws of Physics Finding From Particle Research Could Break Known Laws of Physics Meanwhile, in 2020 a group of 170 experts known as the Muon g-2 Theory Initiative published a new consensus value of the theoretical value of muon’s magnetic moment, based on three years of workshops and calculations using the Standard Model. …

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Japan Is Finding It Harder to Stay Quiet on China’s Abuse of Uyghurs

Japan Is Finding It Harder to Stay Quiet on China’s Abuse of Uyghurs

Japan Is Finding It Harder to Stay Quiet on China’s Abuse of Uyghurs Japan Is Finding It Harder to Stay Quiet on China’s Abuse of Uyghurs TOKYO — Last summer, Halmat Rozi, a Uyghur Muslim living in Japan, received a video call from his brother in China’s western Xinjiang region. His brother said he had someone he wanted Mr. Rozi …

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Kate Garraway: Finding Derek review: Enormously moving documentary that should be compulsory viewing for all Covid deniers

Kate Garraway: Finding Derek review: Enormously moving documentary that should be compulsory viewing for all Covid deniers

Kate Garraway: Finding Derek review: Enormously moving documentary that should be compulsory viewing for all Covid deniers Kate Garraway: Finding Derek review: Enormously moving documentary that should be compulsory viewing for all Covid deniers In late March 2020, the political adviser turned psychologist and author Derek Draper was admitted to hospital with Covid-19 and put into a medically induced coma. …

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Uprooting Colonialism From the Fossil Finding Field

Uprooting Colonialism From the Fossil Finding Field

Uprooting Colonialism From the Fossil Finding Field Uprooting Colonialism From the Fossil Finding Field In 2019, Mohamad Bazzi, a doctoral student at Uppsala University in Sweden, launched an expedition to Tunisia in search of fossils. He and his colleagues traveled to the phosphate mines around the city of Gafsa, where 56 million-year-old rocks record a time of rapidly warming oceans …

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How Covid Survivors Are Finding Their Way Into Politics

How Covid Survivors Are Finding Their Way Into Politics

How Covid Survivors Are Finding Their Way Into Politics How Covid Survivors Are Finding Their Way Into Politics Pamela Addison is, in her own words, “one of the shyest people in this world.” Certainly not the sort of person who would submit an op-ed to a newspaper, or start a support group for strangers, or ask a United States senator …

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Finding Common Ground and Love in Harlem

Finding Common Ground and Love in Harlem

Finding Common Ground and Love in Harlem Finding Common Ground and Love in Harlem Ms. Hunt’s transition from publicist to D.J. was a slow metamorphosis. She grew up in Chesapeake, Va., and graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in English literature and African-American studies in 2003. Just after, she moved to Mexico City to teach. She hoped …

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Finding Refuge, and a Snowy Owl, in Central Park

Finding Refuge, and a Snowy Owl, in Central Park

Finding Refuge, and a Snowy Owl, in Central Park Finding Refuge, and a Snowy Owl, in Central Park It was a chilly Saturday night in February and there was more than a foot of snow in Central Park, along with slippery patches of black ice and slushy, calf-high puddles. But some 200 New Yorkers carefully made their way to the …

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Landlords Eager for Covid-Era Revamps Are Finding Hungry Investors

Landlords Eager for Covid-Era Revamps Are Finding Hungry Investors

Landlords Eager for Covid-Era Revamps Are Finding Hungry Investors Landlords Eager for Covid-Era Revamps Are Finding Hungry Investors The pandemic forced owners of hotels, malls and office buildings to adjust almost overnight to a harsh reality in which millions of Americans were no longer traveling, shopping at stores or going into offices. It also depressed the vast market where such …

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Finding Art Miles Away From the Expected

Finding Art Miles Away From the Expected

Finding Art Miles Away From the Expected Finding Art Miles Away From the Expected About four years ago I followed an emailed invitation to an art gallery in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, not entirely expecting to find curious, provocative, contemporary work in that neighborhood, but I did. Now I return regularly to find that art again and again at FiveMyles gallery. …

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