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Chicago ShoppingTo have a picnic, all you need is some food and a patch of grass or sand – and even those rules are flexible. “It’s a sense of freedom,” said Hilary Heminway, author of Picnics (Gibbs Smith, $9). “It’s the way most...
When the Daughters of Charity awakened June 27, 1863, the pastoral grounds of their Emmitsburg, Md,. property had become a Union Army encampment for thousands of Union Army officers and men destined to fight during the Battle of Gettysburg. This would...
Home for Chuck Wonycott these days is a cramped metal bunk with a thin foam mattress deep in the bowels of an old merchant marine ship docked at the Port of New Orleans. His closet is a narrow locker. His dining room is the ship's mess hall. His...
PORTLAND, Ore. — Is it possible for an Angeleno to leave home and find love in a region where sunshine is merely a rumor and 50 shades of gray are a daily atmospheric reality? It's helpful if the pursuit of that bliss involves a white-hot...
Michael Pollan went shopping for lunch in a Brooklyn, N.Y., supermarket, and the news made the New York Times. That the Times' Dining section had asked him to go, along with Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Michael Moss, was the major reason, of course....
A by-no-means exhaustive list of resources follows. Please send us your favorites. Celiac Disease Foundation, based in Studio City. Information, seminars and product shows, children's summer camp. Mayo Clinic. Information on health and gluten-free...
First Lady Michelle Obama on April 4 planted wheat by hand in the White House kitchen garden and then watered it. Crouching by signs reading "club wheat" and "bread wheat," the first lady scratched rows in the dirt so she and the children could put...
Tags: White House, Potatoes, Tom Vilsack, Politics, Agriculture
As supermarkets try to figure out how to cut down on waste and experiment with alternative forms of energy, Kroger Co. says it's doing both simultaneously by turning landfill-bound organic matter into electricity that powers its stores, The Times'...
Reuters* Grain sales being routed via brokers * U.N. says Syria conflict a humanitarian catastrophe By Jonathan Saul LONDON, May 17 (Reuters) - Syria has managed to increase its grain imports in recent months after a period when it was less active on...
WEST UNION, Ohio - The Edge of Appalachia Preserve may be Ohio's greatest natural treasure. The 16,000-acre private preserve in southern Ohio is known for its beauty, its wildness and its biodiversity. The preserve stretches 12 miles north from the Ohio...
Tags: Museums, Endangered Species, Ohio River, Marine Science, Science
Contributing WriterDon’t forget to mark your calendars for Berry Blast Saturday on May 25. Complimentary strawberry shortcake samples, made with local homegrown strawberries, will be offered to our patrons. Our local schools will be competing in a farmers market...
Tags: Shortbread, Lifestyle and Leisure, Butter, Onions, Pecans
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