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LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan officials said Friday they will not privatize nearly $350 million in prisoner health care and food costs, keeping intact nearly 1,700 state workers' jobs but frustrating Republican lawmakers who questioned the...
Shelley Magan's right. Sometimes, there are no words. And that's why the design she dreamed up to memorialize the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary massacre is so potent. It doesn't say "Rest In Peace" or "We Remember." It doesn't say anything....
Ann Montgomery of Millersville was looking for the recipe for a dessert her mother used to make in the 1950s for what she called cottage pudding. She described it as basically a single-layer yellow cake that was served warm with a slightly sweet vanilla...
Tags: Butter, Pies and Tarts, Highlandtown, Recipes, Salt
VolunteersBen Hulse Elementary School students sold apples from Cold Stone Creamery in El Centro to benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities in San Diego. The students sold more than 2,000 apples and earned more than $3,096 for RMHC and an equal amount for Ben...
Orange County Restaurant Week is celebrating its fifth delicious year with prix fixe menus from every corner of the county. Between Sunday and March 2, about 100 restaurants will feature specially priced menus. Lunch will be $10, $15 or $20. Dinner will...
Tags: Walnuts, Breads, Salads, Summer Squash, Dining and Drinking
Special to The Morning CallWhat a grand addition to Easton’s dining options. Two Rivers Brewing Co., which opened just before Christmas in the former home of Mount Vernon Ale House, looms large in the urban landscape, its beautiful Victorian turret bringing a renewed...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelTALLAHASSEE – Florida lawmakers are about to embark on a political journey to reform Florida’s campaign-finance system, so it’s important to know where we are before policymakers set a course for where to go next. Florida’s...
Sun SentinelGourmets with some bucks to drop on a party can feast on the same meal President Barack Obama and members of Congress enjoyed at the luncheon immediately following the president’s inaugural speech. Davie's Tastebuds Catering has added the three-...
RedEyeThe bar where Austin Harvey works goes through one keg of Chicago-based Virtue Red Streak cider each week. That might not sound like a lot, but consider Harvey's employer— Goose Island's Clybourn brewpub, where the cider holds its own between...
Jessica Rath’s project “Take Me to the Apple Breeder” at the Pasadena Museum of California Art, begins with a fundamentally captivating subject: the metaphor-rich science of apple cultivation. After coming across a mention in a book...
Tags: Museums, Arts, Genetics, Arts and Culture, Cornell University
Channel Guide MagazineOK, Dance Moms fans, before we get going on 90 minutes of Dance Mama (and Papa) drama, I have a question for those of you who do such a fine job of educating me about the dance world, since I'm such an outsider looking in. The thing we are at this week is...
Consumers are getting their first glimpse at what health insurance will look like in California as the state prepares to implement the federal healthcare law. On Wednesday, state officials will spell out the details on policies available next year to...
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