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• A station to detect nuclear weapons tests picked up the volcanic eruption in Tonga in Antarctica. Some experts say the blast could be more than 50 megatons, while NASA estimates 10 megatons. Read More »
• What if instead of the Silver Surfer, there was a comic book character named the Electric Slider? He’s one of a cast of characters created by the art collaborative Black Kirby which reimagines comic book superheroes through the lenses of Afrofuturism, social justice and hip-hop. Read More »
• Latino leaders are calling for greater transparency as Florida draws new congressional maps after the latest U.S. census. The Florida Senate took up its version of the congressional maps Thursday. Read More »
• Drug overdoses from Opioids surged in the wake of the pandemic, and Project Opioid’s Andrae Bailey wants more people to pay attention. This week Bailey’s organization launched a campaign that puts PSAs on billboards throughout Central Florida, directing people to resources where they can get help. Bailey says if people are addicted to opioids but are not able to get a prescription, “they’re going to move to the streets, they’re going to buy dangerous, dangerous versions of those opioids that will at some point, cause them to overdose and kill them.” The billboards highlight the dangers of Fentanyl and include links to online resources. “We want to show them that there’s options available available medications they can take … Read More »
• Craig Waters steps down as communications director for the Florida Supreme Court next month. During his 35-year career, Waters helped bring the court online and into the era of social media. Read More »