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  • ... now (after the requisite expressions of outrage/anger at NPR's decision to cancel Day to Day): "So what are you going to do now?" A ... with are exceedingly nice, with the exception of one high-profile producer, who said after rejecting everything I proposed: "I ...
  • ... LA mayoral candidate--in a cover story for the LA Weekly. At the time , Caruso had been teasing his impending mayoral candidacy off ... city lead to what I called "the underlying assumption... one the developer himself hasn't publicly disputed, that Caruso aspires to ...
  • ... drinking milk anymore. This report from late last year shows that consumption of the once-ubiquitous dairy product is at the ... process, well, two birds have just been killed with one tasty artificial stone. However, the problem with the plan comes ...
  • Day to day one ( of my new life). Editor's note: Every month, one of your ... did the show close live, all together ("Day to Day was a production of NPR News and Slate dot com.") It was intense. I cried after ... ( of my new life)I slept in this morning. I got up at 6:30, a full half-hour after I would have already been at work in my ...
  • ... food ingredient: ground beef. The versatile meat is used in a number of comfort food dishes including Ming's Shitake Salisbury Steak with Pan Gravy and comedian Lenny Clarke's Mom's Meatloaf. Ming and Lenny ...
  • ... town. In 1847, the image of Los Angeles was "our Mexico ." In the boom years around 1900, it was "our Spain" and then "our ... is - of redefining citizens as "customers." That shows their lack of imagination. Customers have no moral obligations to ...
  • ... trick-or-treating days, this meant that the primary food at Halloween parties was candy, followed, meekly, by grapes peeled to look ... (pimentón de la vera) to taste Potential blend-ins (about one cup, but judge by taste): pitted kalamata olives, roasted beets, cooked ...
  • ... in worldwide popularity, and this delicious recipe shows why. Peruvian food has been on the edge of global dominance for ... calls for a vertical poultry roaster. If you don't have one , substitute a 12-ounce can of beer. Open the beer and pour out (or ...
  • Susanna Newbury examines the history of the U.S./ Mexico border and its geopolitical importance to the United States. ... of its deepest branch, if it should have more than one branch emptying directly into the sea; from thence up the middle of ...
  • ... 40 percent of the growth of income has gone to one percent of the population. This is changing us radically. You go ... this enormous inequality, we're going to wind up like Mexico , Russia, Brazil. I hope I'm wrong. If we can, I mean, there's ...

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