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COVID cluckers: Pandemic feeds demand for backyard chickens

COVID cluckers: Pandemic feeds demand for backyard chickens

- by Associated Press

The coronavirus pandemic is coming home to roost in America’s backyards. Forced to hunker down at home, more people are setting up coops and raising their own chickens, which provide an earthy hobby, animal companionship and a steady supply of fresh eggs.

Seven steps for making your New Year’s resolutions stick

Seven steps for making your New Year’s resolutions stick

- by Republica

Chances are at some time in your life, you’ve made a New Year’s resolution — and then broken it. This year, stop the cycle of resolving to make change and then not following through. If your resolution is to take better care of yourself and get healthy, you will have a much better year if your resolution sticks. Here are seven tips to help you get started.

From matzo to gumbo: Museum explores Southern Jewish life

From matzo to gumbo: Museum explores Southern Jewish life

- by Associated Press

A new museum under construction in New Orleans will explore the journey of immigrant Jews and subsequent generations to the American South who brought with them a religious way of life they struggled to maintain while seeking acceptance in the home of the Bible Belt.

Bikini  killer Charles Sobhraj's life in new BBC drama 'The Serpent'

Bikini killer Charles Sobhraj's life in new BBC drama 'The Serpent'

- by Agencies

The BBC has made an eight-part TV drama on Charles Sobhraj in a co-production with Netflix.  Sobhraj will be played by the internationally renowned Tahar Rahim, who was cast in The Looming Tower, a drama about the Al Qaeda attack on the World Trade Center, as Ali Soufan, a Muslim Lebanese-American FBI agent.