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If U.S. dogs and cats were their own country, they’d rank fifth in global meat consumption. In fact, through their diet, our pets constitute about 25–30% of the environmental impacts … more
Juneteenth is a day that celebrates the legal freedom of enslaved Black people.  Yet, Juneteenth is now celebrated as a federal holiday in only 20 states. Obviously, there is more work to be … more
For the world’s leading neuroscientists, unlocking the brain’s capacity to stimulate neural plasticity has become something of a Holy Grail.  That’s because enhancing … more
How to measure freedom and equality in American society? One way may be to look at how Black women are treated on the trains.Hidden History That’s the idea behind Riding Jane Crow, … more
PSEG announced the 2022 graduates of its first Supplier Diversity Mentorship program.  The six-month program supports: -       economic development … more
Out Montclair Founder and President Peter Yacobellis, Montclair’s first out Town Council Member and former aide to Hillary Clinton will deliver the “Be You. Be Heard.” address, the … more
A new announcement by the  Food and Drug Administration officially calls a drug treatment a "breakthrough" for women with severe cases of breast cancer, such as HER2-low breast … more
The Lancet Planetary Health Journal, an esteemed scientific publication, just released its report that pollution is the Earth's most significant environmental health threat. Pollution, as of … more
PSE&G is prepared for the high winds, severe thunderstorms and hail and tornado threats forecast for this afternoon into evening. Winds of up to 65 mph are expected. These conditions … more
NJ TRANSIT today announced the launch of two new technology-focused initiatives to help customers navigate travel on the system as safely and efficiently as possible. Advancements include efforts … more
New estimates from the World Health Organization (WHO) show that the full death toll associated directly or indirectly with the COVID-19 pandemic (described as “excess mortality”) between … more
Some families of aging U.S. war veterans are finding unexpected, and highly dangerous, souvenirs among their loved ones’ belongings—ticking time bombs. Service members either brought … more
The critically acclaimed Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company presents Celebrating the Legacy of Nai-Ni Chen and the Year of the Water Tiger at the New Jersey Performing Arts … more
The Justice Department today announced a court-authorized operation, conducted in March 2022, to disrupt a two-tiered global botnet of thousands of infected network hardware devices under the control … more
Louise Bourgeois was a French-American artist that should be a household name here in the US.  Louise Bourgeois: Paintings is the first comprehensive exhibition of paintings produced by … more
Skippy has recalled y peanut butter due to steel being found in jars. The recalls impact New Jersey, New York, and sixteen other states. About 162,000 jars of the Skippy Peanut include Skippy's … more
A new U.S. COVID federal website is now live with an easy-to-manage menu for all Americans. The website, Covid.gov, is updated in real-time daily, and includes sections with specific data and … more
  Facebook, aka Meta, is at the forefront of the Metaverse, a virtual world where users can live an anonymous life among other artfully crafted Avatars. Though this world is anything but … more
  If you’re a history buff, the ongoing murderous invasion of Ukraine by a dictator named Putin will remind you of another egomaniac murderer, Hitler.  As the world watches the … more
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