This robotic kitchen startup is coming for Sweetgreen’s lunch

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Spyce, which is reopening its two Boston-area locations today after technological problems, offers contactless cooking on automated woks—which could help it thrive during the pandemic. The first thing you do at Boston fast-casual eatery Spyce is line up at a digital kiosk. There, you select a salad or bowl like The Bungalow, a brown basmati rice bowl with coconut curry sauce, brussels sprouts, carrots, and chili lime cashews designed by Spyce’s culinary director, the world-famous chef Daniel Boulud. If that doesn’t appeal, you can also order take-out online. Read Full Story

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Football and concussions: How safe is the Super Bowl for players’ brains?

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An update on the link between football, head injuries, and brain damage. Remember the hullabaloo about five or six years ago over football players’ chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), the degenerative neurological disease caused by repeated blows to the head, which leads to often-severe cognitive, mood, and behavioral difficulties? In 2017, a Boston University study of 111 brains of deceased former NFL players found that 110 of them had CTE. Read Full Story

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You’re organizing your face masks wrong. Here are 6 ways to stop losing them

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Here’s your ultimate guide to mask storage and laundering, so you stop losing them. Here’s some news you may not yet be ready to process: Masks are here to stay. Yep. For real. Which means you need to acknowledge this new reality, and address the mask chaos brewing at your home with an organization system, just like you do with your keys and phone and bags. Otherwise you’ll find yourself frantically unable to locate a clean mask when running out the door, or worse, unable to enter a store or meeting because your “mask” pocket is maskless. Here are six ways to organize them—none of which involve baskets, bowls, or piles: Read Full Story

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How to watch the NFL Conference Championships live on CBS or Fox without cable

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The final games of a most unusual NFL season are happening this weekend. The winners will advance to the Super Bowl in February. After a most unusual year for professional football (and all sports), NFL fans are gearing up for the final games of the 2020 season. The conference championships are happening on Sunday, January 24, between the AFC and the NFC conferences. The winners will determine which two teams advance to Super Bowl LV in Tampa, Florida, on February 7. Here’s the Sunday lineup: Read Full Story

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