It turns out that colored women do not exactly ‘benefit’ from diversity initiatives

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Potential corruption risks in draft law for the Olympic Organizing Committee in 2032, warns CCC

Provisions to exempt elected officials from declaring conflicts of interest if they are also the director of the 2032 Olympic Games pose a risk of corruption, the head of Queensland’s corruption watchdog has warned. Key points: The legislation establishes the Organizing Committee of the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games CCC is concerned that legislation … Read more

Gardeners Encourage Indigenous Planting to Help Fight Indigenous Australian Bees

We all see black-and-yellow European honeybees buzzing around from time to time. But would you recognize a native Australian bee if you saw one? To date, 1,700 Australian bee species have been identified and named, with estimates that the true number is closer to 2,000. Instead of living in hives, most native bees live on … Read more

Swap your preserves for Schlafly Beer to help St. Louis Area Foodbank

click to enlarge Courtesy Schlafly Beer Cans to cans, it’s that simple. There is something called a win-win situation and it is happening now until November 30 because of Schlafly Beer. The company’s “Cans to Cans” program returns this year, where individuals can deliver two non-perishable canned goods to three Schlafly locations —- Schlafly Bottleworks … Read more

Things to do: Upcoming food and beverage events in Houston this week

Here’s a look at this week’s hottest culinary events: Monday, November 1st Fancy Chef Steak Night at Johnny’s Gold Brick Fancy Chef Steak Night returns to Johnny’s Gold Brick, 2518 Yale, Monday in November, with a variety of “fancy” chefs and with all proceeds to benefit I want what she has and its 1973 project … Read more

Dogfish Head Book Miami Release Party and book signing with Sam Calagione

The year was 1999, and Dogfish Head had just released its 90-minute IPA, one of the first imperial IPAs to be distributed in America. At the time, Dogfish co-founder Sam Calagione had created a unique device that allowed him to continuously feed hops in the brew – a tactic that created a bold, flavorful, 9 … Read more

Excessive drinking during a pandemic can lead to an increased demand for liver transplants

Demand for transplants linked to alcohol-related hepatitis has increased during the COVID-19 pandemic, a trend similar to an increase in heavy drinking. Both registrations for the national waiting list for organ transplants related to alcoholic hepatitis and the number of deceased donor liver transplants for the inflammatory liver condition have been higher than their predicted … Read more

Support for getting rid of a Vancouver bid to host the next Olympics, poll suggests

Ten months into 2021, less than half of BC residents are in favor of Vancouver launching a bid to host the next Olympics, a new study has found. In a study by Research Co. only 43 per cent of British Colombians said they supported a bid for the 2030 Winter Olympics – a 17-point drop … Read more

Things to do: Upcoming food and beverage events in Houston this week

Here’s a look at this week’s hottest culinary events: Monday, October 25th World Pasta Day at BOH Pasta & Pizza BOH Pasta & Pizza, 409 Travis, puts together a special dinner to celebrate World Pasta Day, featuring five dishes – Zaru Soba from Japan, Boh Boh Noodles (Dan Dan Noodles made in “BOH” style), King … Read more