V.19 No.25 |
The Daily Word 06.28.10: Gun laws, free speech, oil spill
By Jessica Cassyle Carr [ Mon Jun 28 2010 11:01 AM ]
Labor unions support immigration reform as a result of Arizona's oppressive law.
Insipid South African reporter babe Lara Logan insults Michael Hastings and demonstrates the current wackness of journalism.
U.S. Supreme Court protects the right to bear arms.
NM police can make DUI arrests based solely on third-party tips.
FDIC closes a failed NM bank.
Is the world entering a "third depression?" Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman thinks so.
Chinese government claims to support free speech, bans soldiers from using social media.
An amazing nineteenth century tale of a couple's escape from slavery—it involves gender bending.
The Cooking Channel "boasts a worldly feel, not unlike the international aisle at Safeway."
Learn to make cooling gazpacho and variations thereof.
See beautiful beaches, scorn the desert.
East Mountain residents (including bears) should be bear aware.
Lindsay Lohan is to star in a graphic non-porno about porno.
Vince Neil arrested, apparently didn't learn his lesson when he killed that guy from Hanoi Rocks.
Weather: Possible rain today, regular/hot throughout the rest of the week.
V.18 No.30 | 7/23/2009
By Alex Brown and Evan George
It is gazpacho season. Don't know if you've ever noticed, but very few recipes as simple as "buy vegetables, blend and chill" inspire such strong preferences as this iconic cold soup. (We give props to the oil-laden, paprika-orange smoothie variety over the chunky salsa in a bowl style, but hey, that's just us.)
Third Annual Jewish Film Festival at Jewish Community Center
The Midnight Orchestra, the story of the son of a once famous Jewish musician, Marcel Botbol. Directed by Jérôme Cohen Olivar.
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