Dave Asprey On His Brand, Bulletproof
Dave Asprey, author of New York Times bestseller, "The Bulletproof Diet," is a Silicon Valley investor and technology entrepreneur. Asprey is also the founder of Bulletproof and its mission is to help..
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Dave Asprey Is Using Stem Cell Therapy To Live Forever
Bulletproof founder Dave Asprey explains how stem cell therapy and anti-aging medicine can be used to extend lifespans, which he plans on using to live to 180 (at least).
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Hot wings and a hot housing market
The Western New York housing market it hotter than ever, but if you buy a home off one realtor in Buffalo, chicken wings are on the house.
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Truck Plunges Through Parking Garage
A dump truck fell through the concrete at a parking garage in North Bergen Wednesday.
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Natalie Portman Calls Moby "Creepy"
Extra TV reports that actress Natalie Portman is slamming singer Moby. Moby claims they dated in his new memoir “Then It Fell Apart.” Moby claims that he “tried” to be Portman's boyfriend..
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WEB EXTRA: Duck Parade
The staff at a nursing home in upstate New York says, for the past few years, a mother duck has been laying her eggs in a courtyard at their Canandaigua center. Take a look at what happens after the..
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Alphabet Launches New Initiative to Curb Toxic Comments Online
Jigsaw's head of partnerships and business development Patricia Georgiou discusses Google parent company Alphabet's tool to help in monitoring online conversations and giving people the tools to..
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Kristen Wiig Joins Georgia Boycott
The creative team behind "Bridesmaids" has joined the growing movement to boycott Georgia in the wake of the signing of an anti-abortion bill. On Wednesday, a rep for Kristen Wiig..
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A Hotbed for Lacrosse? A School in Harlem Makes Its Case Frederick Douglass Academy in Harlem is playing for its third straight New York City boys’ lacrosse title. The team is a sign of progress for a sport seen as... NYTimes.com 5 days ago
Jets fire Maccagnan, name Gase as interim GM The New York Jets fired general manager Mike Maccagnan on Wednesday and named first-year head coach Adam Gase as the interim GM. Reuters 1 week ago
How the Rabil Brothers Bet Big on a New Business Model and Built the Premier Lacrosse League With lacrosse superstar Paul Rabil as the brainchild, the Premier Lacrosse League hopes it can alter the course of pro lacrosse in the U.S. SI.com 1 week ago Sabres name Krueger fifth head coach since 2013 Named Buffalo's fifth head coach since 2013 on Wednesday, Ralph Krueger takes on the task of ending the Sabres' eight-year Stanley Cup playoff drought. Reuters 1 week ago Also reported by • bizjournals
Fleet Week 2019: US Navy ship made from 9/11 wreckage sails past One World Trade Center A US Navy ship partially made from steel taken from the wreckage of the World Trade Centre has arrived in New York harbour, poignantly sailing past One World... WorldNews 5 hours ago E*TRADE Financial Corporation Announces Upcoming Speaking Engagement NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--E*TRADE Financial Corporation (NASDAQ: ETFC) today announced that it will present at the Sandler O’Neill Global Exchange and... Business Wire 9 hours ago
Bundle up! 2020 MLB opening day is March 26, earliest ever NEW YORK (AP) — The 2020 Major League Baseball season will open March 26, the earliest big league opening day. The Texas Rangers announced Friday they will... Seattle Times 5 days ago Also reported by • Mid-Day New pro swim league to hold meets in US, Europe this fall NEW YORK (AP) — A new professional league for elite swimmers will launch in October with meets in seven cities across the U.S. and Europe, ending with a... Seattle Times 1 day ago