Who says kids can't appreciate fine food? The New York Times recently treated a group of second graders from a Brooklyn public school to the 7-course, $220-per-person dinner at Daniel, one of the finest restaurants in New York City. The results were, predictably, adorable. Not everyone was a fan of the ossetra caviar ("It looks like a forest!" "I can't believe I'm gonna eat fish eggs!") ...
Here is the response of the Al Qassam Brigades of Hamas to the idea of a ceasefire, that the Israeli cabinet accepted:A military statement issued by the.. ::: Brigades of the Martyr Izz al-Din al-Qassam ::: ..
"John Chapman died in 1845, and many of his orchards and apple varieties didn't survive much longer. During Prohibition, apple trees that produced sour, bitter apples used for cider were often chopped down by FBI agents, effectively erasing cider, along with Chapman's true history, from American life.
Located in Kalamazoo, Oakwood Bistro offers a casual fine dining experience with sophisticated and eclectic cuisine in a comfortable atmosphere. The restaurant has offered a diverse menu since it opened in 1997.
There’s so much excrement hitting the fan on the Bergdahl thing, right now, I can bearly keep up. It just keeps getting worse. I have to release some tabs, or my computer is going to crash, so here we go, in no particular order: Ralph Peters, NRO: Obama and the Mockery of Honor: If a soldier […]
NRO: Krauthammer’s Take: Gruber Video Is ‘Absolute Proof’ that Provision Was Not a Drafting Error: Charles Krauthammer thinks that a two-year-old video of one of Obama’s chief architects is proof that the denial of subsidies through federal exchanges was not a drafting error.
On Wednesday evening, one minute before midnight, former Virginia senator and secretary of the Navy Jim Webb became the first established figure to officially wade into the next race for the White House when he unveiled his 2016 presidential exploratory committee website.
Paris (AFP) - Small islands, long thought to be natural tsunami barriers for coast-dwellers, may in fact amplify the waves they are supposed to break, researchers warned Wednesday. The findings are of concern, for many coastal communities have settled in areas traditionally believed to be shielded from waves by offshore islands.
Jakarta (AFP) - Indonesian flag carrier Garuda has placed an order for 50 planes worth almost $5 billion, US plane giant Boeing said, as competition heats up for passengers in Asia's increasingly crowded skies.Garuda ordered 46 of Boeing's new 737 MAX 8 jets and is converting existing orders for four 737-800s to 737 MAX 8s, the plane manufacturer said. The purchase is worth $4.
I tend to fixate on certain places – sometimes because I love them, other times because I can’t help but stare at twisted wreckage. Lancaster, California has always been 30/70 leaning toward wreckage, although it does show signs of ongoing reinvention so I keep going back. Lancaster is highly representative of most places in suburban America.
Former President George W. Bush sent an incredible reply after another ex-president, Bill Clinton, asked why he wasn't on Twitter Wednesday evening. Clinton questioned Bush with a tweet saying he received his copy of "41: A Portrait of My Father," Bush's biography of his dad, former President George H.W. Bush. In the message, Clinton asked why Bush had not joined Twitter.
Here's a friendly thought, Zilla: Now that you've established your claim to be the most pompous twit in the history of the human race, why not eat poison and die? (See, it's even a gastronomic thought!)by KenI know, I know, by giving her attention I'm only legitimizing this bimbo's self-aggrandizing, pretentious, wackadoodle bullshit, but I have to say, I'm kind of outraged -- not least because an
Running back Todd Gurley has been suspended indefinitely by the University of Georgia, the school announced on Thursday. He was suspended amid "an ongoing investigation into an alleged violation of NCAA rules," according to the school. Bruce Feldman of Fox Sports is hearing that the suspension is related to benefits received from memorabilia brokers who used Gurley's likeness.
Rio de Janeiro (AFP) - Brazilian presidential hopeful Aecio Neves on Thursday insisted his proposals would transform the country, while lambasting the ruling party embroiled in deepening allegations of corruption involving state-owned oil giant Petrobras.