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Spyhouse Coffee employees strike in Twin Cities on Saturday

Photo credit: Jackie Renzetti The staff at all Spyhouse Coffee locations in the twin cities refused to work on Saturday to improve health and safety conditions during the ever-evolving coronavirus pandemic. Last month, nearly three dozen Spyhouse Coffee employees formed a union that, according to City Pages, is unsupported by Spyhouse owner Christian Johnson. The union says workers have faced …

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Capital cities hire Peter Laviolette as the new head coach RMNB

After a three-week search, the Washington Capitals have found their new head coach. Peter Laviolette will be the Capitals’ 19th coach in franchise history and the seventh in the Alex Ovechkin era (15 seasons). For Ovechkin, Laviolette will only be the second coach he has played under and who has previously gained coaching experience in the NHL. The news was …

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American Airlines will stop serving these US cities – will there be more?

In March, airlines agreed to keep a level of service at any domestic airport that had commercial service prior to the pandemic. This agreement expires at the end of September. Share this article L.In one month, American Airlines announced that its October flight schedule would no longer include flights to 15 US airports. The move came as Congress and the …

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According to a study, the Greenland ice sheet melted faster than ever in 2019. This is worrying news for coastal cities around the world

For comparison: between 2003 and 2016, the ice sheet lost an average of 255 billion tons of ice – per year. “We have documented another record year for Greenland,” said Ingo Sasgen, glaciologist at the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research and co-author of the study. “This shows that the ice cover is not only out of balance, …

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The moon’s lava tubes may fit into entire cities

(News) – It looks like Mars and the Moon contain giant lava tubes that provide protection from sunlight and meteors – which makes them a home for future explorers, reports LiveScience. According to a new paper, Mars tunnels appear to be 130 to 1,300 feet in diameter, while the lunar tunnels are 1,600 to 3,000 feet tall and so high …

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Entire cities could fit into the monstrous lava tubes of the moon

Mars is littered with absolutely massive lava tubes, the ceilings of which are as high as the Empire State Building, new research shows. And the moon is home to even more gigantic tubes with heights that dwarf the Burj Khalifa of Dubai, the tallest building in the world, and “skylights” the size of soccer fields. These yawning underground caverns, shielded …

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In the Big Ten cities, a fall without college football is a major economic blow

The fall season cancellation promises wallop businesses that are counting on these fall weekends to survive, and the economic impact is likely to be tens of millions in many small towns at the sprawling conference. “We’re like many companies: we trust that the back-to-school and soccer seasons are really our big money-making months,” said Michael Weber, vice president of Weber’s …

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Six “LGBT-free” cities in Poland lose EU funds

The European Commission refused to fund six Polish cities that declared themselves “LGBT-free”. This is a growing local trend in which municipalities issue resolutions declaring themselves dismissive of lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender people. “The EU’s values ​​and fundamental rights must be respected by the Member States and the state authorities,” wrote EU Commissioner for Equality, Helena Dalli, in a …

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