Top 10 Side Hustles in 2023

In 2023, side hustles mix traditional and new businesses. The gig economy is growing more popular, and there are many ways to make money. Side hustles are becoming increasingly popular as they provide people with additional sources of income while giving them the freedom to work on their own schedule. The key is to find something that works for you and that you’re passionate about … Continue reading Top 10 Side Hustles in 2023

Bed Bath & Beyond Closing 87 More Stores

Bed Bath & Beyond added more stores to its list of store closings, which previously included roughly 120 locations facing cuts. Bed Bath & Beyond Has Seen Better Days Bed Bath & Beyond has had a rocky road the past several years, which some analysts look to as a bellwether for other poorly performing retailers in similar spaces. The housewares giant reported a loss of about $393 million after … Continue reading Bed Bath & Beyond Closing 87 More Stores

5 Great Valentines Gift Ideas for 2023

Valentine’s Day is a day for expressing love and appreciation to your loved ones. If you’re looking for the perfect gift to express your love this Valentine’s Day, here are five great options: 1. Photo Album A personalized photo album with pictures of special moments together for valentines day A personalized photo album with pictures of special moments together for Valentine’s Day is a great … Continue reading 5 Great Valentines Gift Ideas for 2023

Alligator Genes Inserted into Catfish for CRISPR Experiment

Dr. Rex Dunham, an expert in fish genetics at the University of Auburn, and his colleagues attempt to “insert alligator genes into the genomes of fish.” In theory, genetically engineering fish with genes that protect them from disease could reduce waste and help limit the environmental impact of fish farming.  In a new study released on the preprint server bioRxiv, the team of scientists at the … Continue reading Alligator Genes Inserted into Catfish for CRISPR Experiment

Long Island Sink Hole Swallows Three People

A sinkhole opened outside a Suffolk County home on Thursday and swallowed three people, injuring two of them, police said. Suffolk County cops say they responded to a home in Huntington Station just after 6 a.m. for a report of a 71-year-old woman who fell into a 10-foot-wide by an 8-foot-deep sinkhole. Her and two others, a man and a woman in the hole. The hole … Continue reading Long Island Sink Hole Swallows Three People

Oldest Living Person, Sister André Dies at 118

French nun Sister André, the oldest living person, died at the age of 118 in a rest home in France. Catholic Nun – Oldest Living Person Dies at 118 Sister André Lucile Randon was less than a month away from her 119th birthday and, at the time, held the record for both the oldest living person and oldest living nun, according to Guinness World Records. She … Continue reading Oldest Living Person, Sister André Dies at 118

Headless MLK Statue Shocks Boston Community

On Friday, it was unveiled at an invitation-only ceremony in the same place King led 20,000 people on a freedom march more than 50 years ago. Kin of MLK, Coretta Scott King, hates the new $10 million sculpture just dedicated to her and her iconic civil-rights-leader husband in Boston — with a cousin claiming it “looks like a penis.” The massive bronze piece, titled “The Embrace,” features two … Continue reading Headless MLK Statue Shocks Boston Community