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Music | Music

John Lennon death stunned Rolling Stones star - 'I got well drunk on it'

JOHN LENNON died 41 years ago on this day, and the news sent shockwaves around the world. A member of the Rolling Stones was particularly affected by the unbelievable event.

Recipes | Recipes

Cream Cheese Pound Cake Recipe (With How To Video!) - Grandbaby Cakes

This Cream Cheese Pound Cake Recipe (with a step by step video!) is a true Southern classic with a perfectly moist, tender, buttery melt in your mouth texture!

Miscellaneous | Interesting & Helpful Information

How Brains Seamlessly Switch between Languages - Scientific American

Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

This Protein Could Boost Brain Function without Exercise - Scientific American

Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.

News | Animal Links

Can a Cat Have an Existential Crisis?

Treating my cat for depression caused me to question the state of anxiety in animals and us.

Psychology | Psychology

Striving For Perfection, Rather Than Excellence, Can Kill Creativity – Research Digest

By Emily Reynolds. "Excellencism" predicted higher creativity and increased openness, while perfectionism predicted lower scores on these measures

Advice & Self-Help | Advice & Self-Help

We Seem To Treat Physical Warmth As A Sign Of Safety – Research Digest

By Emma Young. Holding a warm pack interferes with fear conditioning, the researchers find.

Advice & Self-Help | Advice & Self-Help

Want to Improve Your Conflict Skills? Here’s Free Coaching… | Workplace Coach Blog

Want to improve your conflict skills? Here's free coaching, dig into your stories.

News | Antisemitism Watch

Pressure increases on the BBC - Melanie Phillips

Did the broadcaster draw false equivalence between Jewish antisemitism victims and their attackers?

Miscellaneous | Chabad

At Site of London Attack on Jews, a Menorah Stands Tall

Full lights lit in response to last week’s antisemitic attack

History | History

Why No Battleships From Pearl Harbor Remain Today

A truly sad historical fact: not a single battleship that was in Pearl harbor during the Japanese attack is intact.

Science & Technology | Tech

Data labeling will fuel the AI revolution | VentureBeat

Labeling data for AI using the right techniques helps companies make better decisions and has a measurable impact on business success.

Recipes | Recipes

This Unexpected Ingredient Made the Juiciest Chicken Cutlets I’ve Ever Tried

Using ranch salad dressing to make chicken cutlets will allow you to bread them quicker and ensure even juicer and tastier results!

Recipes | Recipes

The Best Way to Fry an Egg | Kitchn

While there are a number of ways to fry an egg, from sunny-side up to over easy, one method in particular might be the very best way to go about it. It's called a Spanish fried egg, and it's something you should get to know ASAP.

Recipes | Recipes

Speculoos | Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street

A Brussels bakery shared their secret to making these light, airy-crisp Belgian Spice Cookies that get big, complex flavor from a mixture of warming spices.

Recipes | Recipes

Garlic Confit Recipe - How to Make Garlic Confit

Peeling the garlic is the hardest part of this recipe, and it goes a lot faster if you have a podcast or audiobook playing in the background. From there, it’s entirely hands off, simmering away on the stove while you kick back.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli Drug Cuts COVID Deaths By 70% In Small Study, Company Says

Phase II trial of MesenCure among 30 patients with serious coronavirus cases shows almost all lived and had shorter hospital stays than controls, but expert says more data needed.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

Is Your Harassment Policy Out-of-date?: Does it protect your remote workers? Does it ban trolling, doxing, and dogpiling? | Workplace Coach Blog

Online harassment. Hate speech. Doxing. Trolling. Is your harassment policy out of date? Does it protect your employees and your company?

Music | Music

Here comes the shun: The current flavour of Beatles-bashing is as lazy as it gets

Peter Jackson’s new three-part documentary is nothing short of a miracle for many fans of McCartney, Lennon, Harrison and Starr. It’s a shame ‘The Beatles: Get Back’ has also given the band’s detractors another tedious window to sneer, writes Louis Chilto

Entertainment | Entertainment

The Magnificent 20: The best western films of all time

From John Ford classics to Sergio Leone gems, these are the best films the genre has to offer

News | Antisemitism Watch

USC Defends Response as 60 Faculty Members Call for ‘Rebuke’ Over Student’s Violently Antisemitic Tweets

The University of Southern California campus. Photo: Padsquad19 / Wikimedia Commons The University of Southern California (USC) defended on Friday …

News | In The News

Federal vaccine rules remain blocked as first deadline passes : NPR

By the end of the month, workers in New York City must be vaccinated against COVID-19, but nationwide, federal vaccine rules are on hold due to numerous legal challenges.

Food & Drink | Food

The Oldest Liquor Store In America Is Found In Charleston, South Carolina

Visit the Tavern at Rainbow Row in Charleston, South Carolina, to set foot inside the oldest liquor store in America.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Astrophotographer snaps his 'clearest ever photo of the SUN' | Daily Mail Online

Andrew McCarthy, an astrophotographer from Arizona, layered 150,000 individual pictures of the glowing ball of fire to convey the intricate stunning detail of the solar system's largest star.

Travel | Travel

The Best U.S. Cities for a Weekend Trip

We tapped our staff from all over the country to fill you in on the best US cities to spend the weekend.

History | Archeology

Ancient Hasmonean artifacts found in east Jerusalem at end of Hanukkah

The items were examined by officials of the Israel Antiquities Authority, and the suspect was arrested and taken in for questioning.

History | History

Pearl Harbor: A Day That Lives in Infamy

On December 7, 1941, the Japanese Imperial Navy bombed the US Naval base at Pearl Harbor. The surprise attack shocked the nation and brought it into a world…

Science & Technology | Tech

You're likely being tracked by Google. Turn off these settings to stop it - CNET

Google stores your location and data history when you use any of its apps. We'll show you how to turn off tracking for good.

Business & Finance | Careers & The Workplace

Looking for a Startup Idea? Here Are 10 That You Can Steal from Successful Entrepreneurs.

Successful entrepreneurs are sharing their unused business ideas online. Maybe one of these are for you?

Music | Music

The Beatles get back in the UK Top 40 after Peter Jackson’s documentary

Fans dive into the Fab Four’s music following release of the three-part series

Music | Music

Peter Jackson Reveals How He Coaxed Paul and Ringo Into Giving Him the OK to Make ‘Get Back’

How do the surviving members of The Beatles feel about Peter Jackson's "Get Back" documentary? The director reveals how he got their OK.

News | Iran

How Israeli intel saved hundreds of US soldiers from Iranian attacks

New report reveals how last-minute warnings from Israeli intelligence and security agencies repeatedly saved American soldiers.

Politics | Biden Administration/Congress

The National Endowment for the Humanities Spends $250K to Fund a 1619 Project for Israel

“To say that Jews were subject to restrictions that would not allow them to prosper and live in the Middle East is just nonsense.”

News | Antisemitism Watch

Congressman Jamaal Bowman Says Jews Are Crazy

Congressman Bowman is not the first observer to make the insulting and false claim that Israeli Jews are mentally disturbed as a result of the Holocaust.

Politics | Opinion

Is it Islamophobic to call out Ilhan Omar for antisemitism?

  As far as congressional Democrats are concerned, another right-wing nut job needs to be disciplined. The newest target of