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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Farm Share announces plans to distribute food in the Jacksonville area later this week.

Food-insecure Floridians will receive fresh produce and non-perishable canned goods at three drive-thru-only events to minimize contact and ensure the safety of all parties, and attendees must wear a mask and arrive in a vehicle with a trunk or cargo bed.

Events this week:

Thursday: 5 p.m. until supplies are gone – Wilkinson Jr. High, 5025 County Road 218, Middleburg

Saturday: 9:30 a.m. until supplies are gone – City Councilman Reggie Gaffney and State Rep. Wyman Duggan sponsor a giveaway at

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Is green tea your tea of choice? Or are you more of an Earl Grey person? Regardless of personal preferences, a new study is supplying some serious motivation for all of us to sip on some more green tea from time to time.

Researchers from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute report that a naturally occurring antioxidant found in green tea may help protect and increase levels of a cancer-fighting protein in the human body. This anticancer protein is technically called p53 but also carries the affectionate nickname “guardian of the genome” thanks to its efficiency at repairing damaged DNA and killing

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The Guardian

Hedge fund reaches $630m deal to buy remaining Tribune Publishing newspapers

Journalist lament the sale to Alden Global Capital, who will now own the Chicago Tribune, New York Daily News and others The Chicago Tribune, as well as other newspapers in the Tribune Publishing company, will be sold to hedge fund Alden Global Capital. Photograph: Jeff Haynes/AFP/Getty Images The Chicago Tribune, the New York Daily News, and other newspapers across the US are set to be sold to a hedge fund notorious for cutting newsrooms, in the latest blow to American journalism. Alden Global Capital already had a

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At worst, they’ve had to close their doors. As of December 1, 2020, over 110,000 eateries had closed either temporarily or permanently, according to the National Restaurant Association.

For the restaurateurs, the decision to walk away has been heartbreaking. CNN Business spoke with the owners of five restaurants about why they closed, how it felt to say goodbye and what’s been hardest about the experience.

The following interviews have been edited for brevity and clarity.

Maribel Aurajo, co-owner of Caracas in New York City

Maribela Aurajo immigrated to the United States from Venezuela in 2001 with hopes of breaking into

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Trials & Litigation

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What happened to decorum? Clients and some lawyers are appearing in Zoom hearings doing things that wouldn’t happen in court, the Louisville Courier Journal reports. Dress becomes more informal. Lawyers or litigants have a drink. The setting is a bed or even a hair salon. The background gives too much away. The mute button isn’t on.

The Louisville Courier Journal published its story after a lawyer appeared as a kitten during a Zoom hearing

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No rib-eyes for the rich.

Bill Gates is arguing that the world’s wealthiest countries should ditch beef for plant-based alternatives to fight global climate change, in a recent interview with MIT Technology Review

Bill Gates says the world’s wealthiest countries should ditch beef for plant-based alternatives to fight global climate change. (Takaaki Iwabu/Bloomberg via Getty Images).

While he explained the “80 poorest countries” still must rely on real meat consumption, the Microsoft co-founder says the future should be plant-based for developed countries.

“I do think all rich countries should move to 100% synthetic beef. You can get used to

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