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The dispute between the newly formed Pac-12 Network and the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees is escalating. IATSE, which represents over 100,000 crew members who work on movies and TV shows, will set up picket lines outside college...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesOf the dozen tomato varieties displayed at Vang Thao's stand last Saturday, one, with purplish black skin over a flaming orange ground color, stood out spectacularly. It's a new variety, Indigo Rose, pigmented by anthocyanins, the same compounds...
Daily DishNow on iTunes U: Science + Cooking: From Haute Cuisine to Soft Matter, a video lecture series from Harvard that “discusses concepts from the physical sciences that underpin both everyday cooking and haute cuisine.”...
GreenspaceThinning West Coast forests on a widespread scale to feed bioenergy projects would increase the region's production of greenhouse gases, according to a new study....
It's a good thing dietary guidelines aren't laws. If they were, just about all of us could be found guilty. Even if you load fruit onto your whole-grain cereal and pile greens on your sandwiches, chances are you're regularly falling short on one or more...
Inland Valley Daily BulletinIn close to nine years of marriage, Luisa and Nathan Snyder have done many things together. They have worked together, gone to college together and Wednesday they will graduate together, among the first graduates of Western University of Health...
The Santa Fe New MexicanBarbara Salinas-Norman was a Chicana activist, a bilingual teacher, an author, a publisher and an artist. She was "intelligent," "inspiring," a "trailblazer." But her life had begun to unravel, and this once well-connected woman apparently died alone in...
GLOUCESTER — A new study co-authored by Prof. Roger Mann of William and Mary's Virginia Institute of Marine Science adds a new item to the list of oyster reef benefits — the ability to buffer increasing acidity of ocean waters. The study,...
The Pantagraph, Bloomington, Ill.What started as a road trip to St. Louis while Donald Johnson was a college freshman in Chicago ended as a tour of Illinois State University's Ropp Agricultural Building in Normal and led to a decision to attend ISU. He will graduate Saturday with an...
The Religion WorldThe Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, the Most Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori, is scheduled to visit the Central Florida Episcopal diocese Sunday, March 3 through Tuesday, March 5. Schori will preach at Episcopal Church of the Resurrection,...
Denver, Colo. - The American Sheep Industry Association's (ASI) Board of Directors elected new officers at the 2013 ASI/National Lamb Feeders Association Convention on Jan. 26 in San Antonio, Texas. Elected to the office of president is Clint Krebs of...
Brookings - Sometimes we wonder if that cow rattling the chute is worth keeping. Recent research suggests maybe not, said Elaine Grings, SDSU Extension Cow/Calf Management & Production Specialist. Grings points to studies conducted several years ago...
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