In the news: a cell tower in their backyard, scooping hundreds of pounds of algae and trash out of Tingley Beach, a tightrope walk across the Grand Canyon, Snowden is in Moscow, Boy Scouts were struck by lightning, Old school use of a coolie, how many drones are watching us right now, Occupation: polisher and prostitute, Chris Brown may have assaulted a woman, The Naked Rambler is in jail again
In the news: $587.5 million jackpot, millionaires, culture of APD, toilet paper, emo countries, no violent crime, go on strike, immortal jellyfish, Facebook posts, homophobia, Holiday flavorcountry, spend your money foolishly, erased from his face
In the news: Aleppo, spay and neuter program, Ye Shiwen, breaks his bronze medal, 600 million people, Snoop Lion, Hobbit, didn’t mean what he said, “kiss his ass”, haunted pizzeria, bitten by a shark, 25 brands from the ‘90s
In the news: compares, Ebola outbreak in Uganda, flee, sues the county, #NBCfail, without power, 1986 Summer Olympics, Oh no, Lumpy's!, drive-by, Pussy Riot, breakfastini, elusive, might actually be happening, Happy Birthday Dick Wilson!!!
In the news: went off at once, sparkly middle finger, monsoon season, mini-iPad, Mermaids, collusion, raccoon repellent, drowning swimmer, 2.5 million emails, key to the universe, vinyl, free medication, pick a woman, Like a Virgin
In the news: woolly rhino, Gigantic pot farm, suicide bombers in Iraq have killed 12,000 civilians, outfit choices of "The Cosby Show", 30 Pakistani boys were kidnapped, world's largest biometric data base, here, here, lawyer charged, turbine-powered Batmobile
A good Alfredo has a kiss of nutmeg in the sauce. Masala means an amalgam of spices. Traditional Peking duck requires infusing the bird with star anise and other flavorings. What they all have in common are spices.
In the news: bank robber, shoot up Phillu, sister leaves, Officials kidnap babies, Head of India's Congress Party, Juno, Obama didn't lose to GOP, prehistoric blog, Mac vs. PC, South American weasel-like animals
It “turned husbands into adulterers, it turned scholars into swindlers, it turned women into lunatics or shut-ins,” writes author Stefanie Syman. It sounds dangerous. It sounds exciting. It certainly doesn’t sound like something you can do at home on your Wii.
That thing is yoga, and Syman’s new book, The Subtle Body: The Story of Yoga in America, traces its path from esoteric to exercise.