Tuesday, April 13, 2021
www.weekendgardener.net By Alan Wood   Table of Contents  Introduction I. Facts About COVID-19 And Marijuana II. Are There Risks In Using Bongs and Joints? III. Guidelines in sharing marijuana with your roommates, family, and partner IV. What To Do If Something Goes Wrong ...
www.forbes.com By Ryan Guina   The CARES Act provided a lifeline for taxpayers and small businesses. But as a one-time cash payment, many fear that it didn’t do enough to support taxpayers in one of our country’s greatest times of need. Especially...
www.southseattleemerald.com By Sharon H. Chang   In this special Emerald series supported by NW Journalists of Color and the Facebook Journalism Project, photographer and writer Sharon H. Chang introduces the womxn and nonbinary farmers of color at the heart of Washington’s agrarian...
www.huffpost.com By Taryn Finley   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0J6nkzj53ug   Keara Wilson, a 19-year-old choreographer, created the dance that’s going viral and got the rapper’s single to No. 1 on iTunes.   Megan Thee Stallion’s single “Savage” is quickly becoming a part of the soundtrack to social distancing. That’s thanks...
www.christianpost.com By Leonardo Blair   A Georgia church that reopened after shutting down due to the coronavirus has axed in-person services again in what they describe as “an effort of extreme caution” as several of their families have become infected by the deadly...
www.yourblackworld.net By Victor Omondi   As the Seattle region continues to grapple with the coronavirus outbreak, a Native American health center requested for testing kits only to receive body bags. The tribal officials have described the act as a metaphor for how...
www.militarytimes.com By Sarah Sicard   While the number of cases of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, continues to grow around the country and the globe, lawmakers are considering how best to cut down on the spread of the disease. But the measures being...
By Kelsey Philo   My husband and I are entrepreneurs who own a circus entertainment company called Inspyral Circus based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. After 5 years of giving everything we had to grow our company, we could finally afford to take...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire   The Tulsa Health Department will be offering free specimen collection for COVID-19 testing during the Unity in the Community food distribution event at the 36th Street North Event Center. Testing will be set up next door...
www.nypost.com By Lee Brown   He practiced what he preached — then he died of coronavirus. An evangelical pastor died of COVID-19 just weeks after proudly showing off how packed his Virginia church was — and vowing to keep preaching “unless I’m in...
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