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FDA authorizes Pfizer booster shots for seniors, high-risk groups

The Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday authorized booster shots of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for seniors and others who are at high risk for the contagious virus.

David Bailey settling into workhorse role within CSU’s rushing attack

FORT COLLINS –– Like many Division I programs across the Northeast, Steve Addazio saw a prospect who oozed collegiate potential when recruiting David Bailey to Boston College in 2018. As a senior at North Caroline High School, the Maryland product averaged a practically unfathomable 13.9 yards per carry while somehow scoring 35 touchdowns despite sitting […]

Crisis at Rikers and N.Y.C Jails Grows With 12th Death in Custody

The man who died was being held at the Vernon C. Bain Center, a floating jail barge docked just north of Rikers Island.

Melvin Van Peebles, icon of Black cinema, dead at 89

Melvin was known for directing productions such as the 1971 indie classic “Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song,” “The Story of a Three-Day Pass,” “Watermelon Man” and “Don’t Play Us Cheap.”

Boston officials eye raising property fines

Boston city councilors are thinking about cranking up the fines for owners of derelict problem properties by as much as tenfold.

First RISC-V Computer Chip Lands At the European Processor Initiative

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Register: The European Processor Initiative (EPI) has run the successful first test of its RISC-V-based European Processor Accelerator (EPAC), touting it as the initial step towards homegrown supercomputing hardware. EPI, launched back in 2018, aims to increase the independence of Europe`s supercomputing industry from foreign technology companies. At its heart is the adoption of the free and open-source RISC-V instruction set architecture for the development and production of high-performance chips within Europe`s borders. The project`s latest milestone is the delivery of 143 samples of EPAC chips, accelerators designed for high-performance computing applications and built around the free and open-source RISC-V instruction set architecture. Designed to prove the processor`s design, the 22nm test chips -- fabbed at GlobalFoundries, the not-terribly-European semiconductor manufacturer spun out of AMD back in 2009 -- have passed initial testing, running a bare-metal "hello, world" program as proof of life. It`s a rapid turnaround. The EPAC design was proven on FPGA in March and the project announced silicon tape-out for the test chips in June -- hitting a 26.97mm2 area with 14 million placeable instances, equivalent to 93 million gates, including 991 memory instances. While the FPGA variant, which implemented a subset of the functions of the full EPAC design, was shown booting a Linux operating system, the physical test chips have so far only been tested with basic bare-metal workloads -- leaving plenty of work to be done. Earlier today, the UK government released its 10-year plan to make the country a global "artificial intelligence superpower," seeking to rival the likes of the U.S. and China. "The so-called `National Artificial Intelligence Strategy` is designed to boost the use of AI among the nation`s businesses, attract international investment into British AI companies and develop the next generation of homegrown tech

Nicki Minaj and Kenneth Petty Accuser Speaks Out After Harassment Lawsuit: “I’m Tired of Being Afraid”

Jennifer Hough, the woman who accused Nicki Minaj’s husband Kenneth Petty of rape in 1994, spoke out against the couple in a new interview Wednesday. Hough filed a lawsuit in August against Minaj and Petty, accusing the couple of “witness intimidation, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligent infliction of emotional distress, harassment, assault, battery, sexual […]

Firestone residents await hearing determination on effort to recall mayor, trustees

A recall committee, seeking to recall Firestone`s trustees and mayor, attended a hearing on Monday to determine if they can move forward with the recall process, after their petitions were rejected earlier this month.

Woman Killed, Three Injured after Accident on Yerba Buena Road [San Jose, CA]

Accident on Yerba Buena Road Kills One Woman, Injured Three Others SAN JOSE, CA (September 22, 2021) – Last Sunday night, one woman died and three others sustained injuries in an accident on Yerba Buena Road. The collision occurred at around 9:30 p.m. along Yerba Buena Road near U.S. Highway 101, per the report. According […] The post Woman Killed, Three Injured after Accident on Yerba Buena Road [San Jose, CA] appeared first on LA Weekly .

Lauren Boebert paid rent and utilities with campaign funds, FEC filings show

Republican U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert reimbursed her account for the payments, which were amended in filings this week.

Walnut Capital’s grandiose Oakland building plan, proposed zoning change stir controversy

FDA OKs Pfizer`s booster shot for older adults and people at high risk

The FDA authorized a booster shot of the Pfizer vaccine for people 65 and up and high-risk individuals, following its advisory committee`s recommendation.

Two of three Christian schools resolve Jeffco mask mandate lawsuit

Two of three Christian schools resolved a lawsuit with Jefferson County Public Health over their compliance with the county`s COVID-19 mask mandate Wednesday.

Frederick police investigate Tuesday double fatal crash

Frederick police say two people died in a fatal vehicle crash that involved a motorcycle and truck Tuesday evening.

Flatirons Digital Innovations names new chief operating officer

Flatirons Digital Innovations Inc. has appointed Kevin Rowland its new chief operating officer. The company provides content services, data management and systems integration.

Without defensive captain, Summit boys soccer falls 3-0 to rival on homecoming

Without its defensive captain, the Summit High School varsity boys soccer team (2-3-1) lost a tough 3-0 match against rival Battle Mountain on Tuesday, Sept. 21. The second loss to the reigning 4A/3A Western Slope...

Pokemon Go Azelf, Mesprit and Uxie raid guide: Best counters, weaknesses and moves - CNET

Here are some tips to help you catch Pokemon Go`s legendary lake guardians before they leave the game again on Oct. 1.

Debra Messing Asks `Why Kim Kardashian?` After She`s Named SNL Host

"Am I missing something?" Kim Kardashian has been named as one of the hosts of "Saturday Night Live" for its upcoming season -- and actress Debra Messing has some questions, namely, "Why?" On Wednesday, "SNL" revealed the first four celebrities who will be hosting the sketch comedy series when it returns for Season 47 next month, including Kim. The 40-year-old reality star will appear on the October 9th episode, marking the first time a Kardashian has hosted the show. Halsey will serve as musical guest. Following the announcement, Debra, 53, took to Twitter to share her thoughts -- and it`s safe to say the "Will & Grace" alum is a little confused. Although Debra acknowledged Kim is a "cultural icon," she also pointed out that when stars are tapped to host "SNL," their appearance often ties into something they are promoting. "Why Kim Kardashian?" the actress tweeted alongside an article about the news. "I mean, I know she is a cultural icon, but SNL has hosts, generally, who are performers who are there to promote a film, TV show, or album launch. Am I missing something?" While "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" said goodbye for good back in June, Kim -- and her famous reality TV show family -- are set to soon grace our small screens once again, this time on Hulu, after the family signed a multi-year deal to produce new content to launch exclusively on the streaming service in the U.S. and on Star internationally. Although an official release date has yet to be announced, during Disney`s Investor Day last December, it was revealed the content is expected to premiere sometime in "late 2021." It`s unclear if Kim`s appearance on "SNL" will coincide with the upcoming Hulu series, but it`s a possibility. In addition, it`s worth noting that the reality star is always promoting her shapewear brand, SKIMS, and also has her cosmetics line, KKW Beauty. In addition to Kardashian, Owen Wilson, Rami Malek and Jason Sudeikis have all been tapped to host, with Kacey Mus

Outstanding New Photography Book Weld County: 4,000 Square Miles of Grandeur, Greatness & Yesterdays

Angelina Hunter | northfortynews.com In anticipation of its 25th Anniversary, the Weld Community Foundation commissioned Colorado’s renowned nature photographer John Fielder to produce a “coffee table book” on present-day Weld County and its history. After 4 [...] This post Outstanding New Photography Book Weld County: 4,000 Square Miles of Grandeur, Greatness & Yesterdays previously appeared on North Forty News .

Craig Press’s capstone event for Longevity Project embraces need for mental health awareness, services

Community members gathered at the Moffat County Fairgrounds Wednesday to learn about and discuss mental health options and resources in the county. Hosted by the Craig Press, the panel and keynote speaker were the capstone…

Coroner IDs woman killed Friday after being hit by vehicle

The Boulder County Coroner’s Office has identified the woman who died Friday after she was struck by a vehicle at intersection of 26th and Pearl streets as Dit Ying Chow, 83, of Boulder.

Witness Says Gabby and Brian Fought at Restaurant Days Before Disappearance

Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie had an aggressive and public dispute days before she allegedly disappeared -- and things got so bad, the couple was booted from a Wyoming restaurant ... according to a possible witness. A woman named Nina Celie…

Vail has near-term options for housing

Nothing is easy when it comes to creating workforce housing in Vail. But town officials believe they have ideas that could bring some significant help over the next few years.

His Deputies Got Caught Forming Gangs, But L.A.’s Sheriff Is Too ‘Busy’ to Talk About It

Sheriff Alex Villanueva is flouting a subpoena to answer for gang violence and alleged plots to silence critics

Sex and the symbiont: Can algae hookups help corals survive?

Scientists have discovered that symbiotic single-celled algae that live inside of and feed corals can reproduce not only by mitosis, but also sexually. Encouraging sex in these algae can accelerate their evolution to produce strains better able to help reefs cope with climate change.

Microsoft announces new Windows 11-powered Surface devices

At its Surface event, Microsoft announced four new devices - Surface Duo 2, Surface Go 3, Surface Laptop Studio, and Surface Pro 8. [...]

Lucky Stop will host a fundraiser in October to benefit the Orchard of Hope Foundation

The Lucky Stop at 513 Main St. will host a fundraiser during the month of October to benefit the Orchard of Hope Foundation and to bring awareness to breast cancer. There will be hats and socks for sale, and memory ribbons to be hung in the window. All proceeds will benefit the Orchard of Hope […]

Clint Eastwood Climbs Back in the Saddle for ‘Cry Macho’

Clint Eastwood’s 41st film as director, Cry Macho, is much like the nonagenarian himself: slow-moving, a bit stiff around the joints, but confident and noble-hearted. You... The post Clint Eastwood Climbs Back in the Saddle for ‘Cry Macho’ appeared first on The Village Voice .

PHOTO GALLERY: Women’s Monument in place for dedication

On a breezy, sunny early fall afternoon this week, Loveland sculptor Jane DeDecker and her crew worked on the culmination of a dream. Wednesday, Sept. 22, was installation day for the Estes Park Women’s Monument. The project was funded by donors throughout the community and is located along the river walk east of Riverside Dr. […]

Boys Soccer: Grandview knocks Cherokee Trail from ranks of unbeaten

Ben Beckman`s goal just over a minute after the game was tied up lifted the Grandview boys soccer team to a 2-1 Centennial League win over previously undefeated Cherokee Trail Tuesday at Legacy Stadium.

Grange Hall Opens in Greenwood Village

The food hall debuts September 23. What: Grange Hall Where: 6575 Greenwood Plaza Boulevard, Greenwood Village…

‘The Circus’ comes back to (this) town

The Circus is back in town. At least Showtime’s political documentary series “The Circus” is back, resuming its sixth season this past Sunday. And the show has no shortage of topics to explore. Just in the coming weeks Congress is staring at a possible government shutdown, a debt limit breach, the fate of President Joe […] The post ‘The Circus’ comes back to (this) town appeared first on Roll Call .

Watch Conor McGregor Throw A Hilariously Bad First Pitch at Chicago Cubs Game

UFC star Conor McGregor is good at a lot of things. He`s still MMA`s biggest attraction the undisputed champ of insulting opponents and hyping fights. And despite his string of recent losses, McGregor in his prime was the first fighter to hold championship titles in two UFC weight classes ...

Morning Motivation (19 Photos)

People who are motivated by achievement desire to improve their skills and prove their competency to themselves and others. It can be an internal desire to strive for personal accomplishment or a search for positive feedback or recognition from others. If you’re motivated by achievement and recognition from others, tie your goals to something personal … The post Morning Motivation (19 Photos) appeared first on Suburban Men .

BackStory — Dancing up a (snow) storm

BackStory is a production of the Gunnison Country Times. In this week’s episode, Times podcast producer attends a Together Again Community Celebration organized by the Gunnison Chamber of Commerce. It was an eclectic party featuring a snowdance, singalong, ribbon cutting to officially open the renovated IOOF Park in Gunnison, and a lot more! The post BackStory — Dancing up a (snow) storm first appeared on Gunnison Country Times .

Creating alternative realities to justify forever wars and overthrowing democracy

On the morning of September 11, 2001, I was a little late leaving for work. As I passed a motel on the 28th Street frontage road, a man ran out and yelled, “They hit the Pentagon, too!” I ignored him. Didn’t have time to deal with some nutcase. I hadn’t heard about the terrorist attacks. […] The post Creating alternative realities to justify forever wars and overthrowing democracy appeared first on Boulder Weekly .