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The big men’s fashion trend of 2022? Dressing like a tween: ‘Kidcore’ -- a fad that sees adult men conjure their tweenage years with expressive, if juvenile, outfits -- has thrived during the pandemic. Why the style is resonating and how to strike a somewhat age-appropriate balance.
Greetings from the pandemic memory hole, where the last two years are one big blur: Some people have forgotten birthdays. Others have lost much more.
California’s key challenge is not to produce wealth, but rather to spread its blessings more widely. Housing may well be the key issue; more than 70% of Californians surveyed consider the state’s housing costs as “a very serious issue,” and more than half are consider- ing a move out.
Kentucky farmers are increasingly caught up in a debate over a new use for farmland: solar energy 'farms'.
Ships arriving to the Yantian terminal are delayed by an average seven days and the number of ships arriving from Europe and the U.S. has fallen more than 40% in the past two weeks, the terminal said in a customer advisory Wednesday. That comes on top of the problems Shenzhen port was already facing, with a viral outbreak earlier this month leading to lockdowns of districts, testing of workers and trucking delays at the Yantian and Shekou container terminals.
The YIMBYs are starting to win a few: Slowly but surely, progressives are realizing that they need to build, build, build.
Workforce: Which comes first, the job or the vocation?
And the big news of the day:
Intel’s new chip-making ‘mega-site’ in Ohio could house up to 8 factories: The company is pledging $20 billion towards two factories, with the potential for more.
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