Rock opera kicks off in Armonk

Adobe Stock | Kondrokhov John Krupa’s semi-autobiographical film on the ’80s rock scene is set to premiere at Armonk’s Whippoorwill Theater on April 1. For Armonk resident John Krupa, Choices: rock opera It’s more than just other music – it’s a personal story that took decades to make. The aptly-named rock opera, which delves into … Read more

Stanley Segal, Drexel Professor Emeritus and Food Science Expert, has died at the age of 91

Stanley Segal, 91, of Strafford, professor emeritus and former chair of the Department of Nutrition and Food Science at Drexel University, scientist and consultant to coffee and food companies, fellow at the Chicago-based Institute of Food Technologists, and author, died Friday, March 4, from complications after a fall in the Shady Center Grove Medical Adventist … Read more

Three recognized by TECH with annual awards

TECH honors community partners with annual awards Each year TECH honors community partners for their impact on the organization and the people it serves. This year, three people and their employers were honored. Karen HammersmithAssistant Director of the Reno County Department of Health, received the 2022 President’s Award, which is given to a person or … Read more

CDC COVID-19 travel guidelines remain unchanged

The misleading tweet suggested the CDC updated its guidelines to allow people with COVID-19 to fly. The CDC hasn’t actually changed its general travel guidelines. On April 6, a tweet with more than 3,600 retweets and more than 6,800 likes claimed, that as of April 7, “the CDC will now allow infectious cases of #COVID19 … Read more

Research combines artificial intelligence and computational science for accurate and efficient simulations of complex systems – ScienceDaily

Predicting how the climate and environment will change over time or how air will flow over an airplane is too complex for even the most powerful supercomputers to solve. Scientists rely on models to bridge the gap between what they can simulate and what they need to predict. But, as every meteorologist knows, models often … Read more

Stocks drop, tech stocks lag as Fed focus

US stocks traded mixed on Friday, with investors still considering the next policy moves by the Federal Reserve. The S&P 500 and Dow both rose, erasing earlier losses. The Nasdaq Composite remained in the red as technology stocks underperformed. As of Thursday’s close, the S&P 500 was still on track to post a weekly loss … Read more

Aaron Judge Extension: General Manager Brian Cashman Confirms No Deal Before Deadline, Yankees Offer Over $200 Million

New York The New York Yankees failed to reach a long-term contract extension with right-wing star Aaron Judge before the opening day deadline, general manager Brian Cashman confirmed Friday. Cashman said the team offered seven years and $30.5 million annually plus a one-year contract to avoid arbitration in 2022. The total value of the extension … Read more

Idris Elba calls Israel Adesanya being the ‘goat’ in the UFC

Welcome to The Weekly Takedown, Sports Illustrated’s in-depth look at MMA. Every Thursday, this column provides insight and information on the most important stories in the fighting world. employment the wireAvon Barksdale was a boxing pedigree. His number two, Stringer Bell, was also tough, but his plan was to thrive as a business mogul. In … Read more