On December 31 2020, the newsrack service will be shut down permanently.

It has been a nice long run from the Sarai days in 2004 to being hosted on its own domain around 2006. Beside maintenance, there has been no real active development on the code or the features since early 2008. Since 2015, even all that maintenance was pretty bare bones. A lot of news sources no longer provide reliable RSS feeds and since mid 2018, there were growing issues with the service and I only kept it alive to assist a handful of users.

So, it is time to shut this down. The internet world in 2020 is vastly differently from 2003 when I first conceptualized this service. Thanks for using this all these years.

If you need to access any data, email me: subbu at newsrack.in

 
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Upstart Hazel finds cachet for innovative sachets that extend produce shelf life 25.11.2020 Business Operations | GreenBiz.com
Upstart Hazel finds cachet for innovative sachets that extend produce shelf life Jesse Klein Wed, 11/25/2020 - 01:30 In 2017, Hazel Technologies was a plucky young startup with enough scientific success to raise $800,000 in seed funding and score a $600,000 development grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. In late 2020, the company is finding early commercial success in its mission to decrease food waste through its innovative packaging. Hazel creates packaging inserts, or satchels, that release ethylene inhibitors and other natural chemicals to slow down the ripening process of many fruits and vegetables. In the past three years, the company has expanded its product line from inserts for tropical fruits such as guava, starfruit and avocado to specialized ones for berries, grapes, plums, broccoli and others. Now, Hazel is in the process of developing commercial pilots in the meat and other protein aisles. Hazel CEO Aidan Mouat said the technology is flexible enough to be optimized for a specific ...
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RELEASE: Progress across all sectors too slow to limit warming to 1.5 C, finds new report 19.11.2020 WRI Stories
RELEASE: Progress across all sectors too slow to limit warming to 1.5 C, finds new report HTML Editor - Full Version Joint report from World Resources Institute and ClimateWorks finds nations must accelerate climate action at orders of magnitude faster than recent trends Washington, DC – To keep the window open to limit global warming to 1.5 C, countries need to accelerate transformation toward a net-zero emissions future across all sectors at a far faster pace than recent trends, according to a new report from World Resources Institute and ClimateWorks Foundation. The State of Climate Action report, released at the close of the Race-to-Zero Climate Dialogues and shortly ahead of the fifth anniversary of the Paris Agreement’s adoption, assessed global and country-level progress across six key sectors toward achieving 2030 and 2050 benchmarks to keep global warming in check. It found that while progress is being made across many sectors, for a large majority of them the rate of change is much too slow for ...
Forget the marshmallows: Slow-roasted yams deserve better toppings for Thanksgiving 12.11.2020 L.A. Times - Food & Dining

Yams, roasted so low and slow that they become instant-mash in their pan, can be topped with sweet maple walnuts or a savory herb sauce.

This was to be the year for California's homeless. Instead it's a slow 'train wreck' 7.10.2020 LA Times: Health

Interviews statewide reveal a new magnitude of hardship and indignity for tens of thousands of people living on the streets, as COVID-19 upended promises made early in 2019.

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Microplastics in Farm Soils: A Growing Concern 7.10.2020 Organic Consumers Association News Headlines

Mary Beth Kirkham hadn't studied microplastics when she was invited to co-edit a new book about microplastics in the environment—but something stood out to her about the existing research. 

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Op-Ed: I got COVID-19 while working at Ralphs. People like me need a voice in workplace safety 14.9.2020 LA Times: Opinion

Grocery workers are at high risk for COVID-19. Essential workers need a seat at the table in public health regulations.

Black Restaurant Week returns to Los Angeles 29.7.2020 L.A. Times - Food & Dining

Black Restaurant Week returns to Los Angeles to highlight African American, African and Caribbean food around the city.

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Chicago Gourmet cancels main event for 2020, plans smaller programs 30.6.2020 Chicago Tribune: Popular
The main event, where thousands of paying guests crowd into tasting pavilions to sample the food of dozens of Chicago’s biggest chefs, will be suspended until at least September 2021.
Patchwork reopening of Chicago-area bars and breweries allow some to thrive, while others say they’re left behind 12.6.2020 Chicago Tribune: Popular
Chicago breweries like Off Color Brewing say takeout sales are down after suburban breweries and those serving food can reopen before them.
Whole Egg Mayonnaise 22.5.2020 L.A. Times - Food & Dining

It takes only minutes to make from-scratch mayonnaise, which has a silkier texture and fresher flavor than the jarred stuff.

Here's when stay-at-home orders are expiring in each of California's 58 counties 25.4.2020 LA Times: Health

While the coronavirus outbreak has all Californians living under statewide orders, some counties have adopted regulations that have end dates.

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Gov. Newsom suggests he won't allow communities to lift stay-at-home orders for now 22.4.2020 LA Times: Health

Coronavirus: Newsom suggests he won't allow communities to immediately lift stay-at-home orders

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These California communities say it's safe to start reopening — if Newsom allows 21.4.2020 LA Times: Health

Some smaller California communities want to begin easing stay-at-home restrictions, saying they have made enough progress against the coronavirus.

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Coronavirus crisis hastens the collapse of local newspapers. Here's why it matters 18.4.2020 LA Times: Nation

As local governments and institutions make vital decisions about the pandemic that affect lives and livelihoods, it's clear how useful local newspapers can be.

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Coronavirus crisis could trigger huge California deficits, lawmakers are told 17.4.2020 LA Times: Health

Legislative Analyst Gabriel Petek told members of the state Senate's budget committee to prepare for a projected deficit of as much as $35 billion in the near future.

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Uncertainty and job losses grow as coronavirus outbreak leaves millions stuck at home 17.4.2020 LA Times: Health

Less than half of Los Angeles County residents still hold a job in the wake of unprecedented economic upheaval during the pandemic, a national survey released Friday shows.

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L.A. County moves to protect delivery workers, limit number of customers in stores 15.4.2020 LA Times: Business

Coronavirus: L.A. County moves to protect delivery workers, limit number of customers in stores

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Reduced tables, temperature checks, disposable menus. California officials outline 'new normal' for reopening restaurants 15.4.2020 LA Times: Health

Gov. Gavin Newsom laid out new guidelines for restaurants once the state's stay-at-home orders are lifted.

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What's open and closed this week: Beaches, parks and trails in Southern California 14.4.2020 LA Times: Health

Officials stress stay-at-home campaign and public lands restrictions stay tight as California struggles to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

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L.A. County coronavirus deaths reach 320 on a day when lowest number of new cases is reported 14.4.2020 LA Times: Health

L.A. County confirms 25 new coronavirus-linked deaths and a jump in the mortality rate to 3.4%.

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