Monthly Archives: April 2016

Frustrations brew at un representative’s speech _ the muhlenberg weekly

On Friday, April 1, Muhlenberg hosted another speaker in the Global Health UN Lecture Series. Mattias Sundholm, the communications advisor to the United Nation Security Council’s Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate spoke to the College community in Seegers Union on a

The weekend cook_ thomasina miers’ recipes for easter _ life and style _ the guardian

Easter gives me four days off work, which means extravagantly long mornings lazing in bed followed by enough time to enjoy creative brunches, unhurried by school runs or early meetings. It also means egg hunts involving a few painted eggs,

Low-level drug offenders find new source of addiction help – kwwl – eastern iowa breaking news, weather, closings

By GENE JOHNSON Associated Press SEATTLE (AP) – When pondering how to keep low-level drug offenders out of jail, officials in Albany, New York, faced a challenge: How could they pay for a case manager to coax addicts onto the

Tahoe bike path carries high construction cost _ las vegas review-journal

CARSON CITY — Visitors to Lake Tahoe’s east shore could soon have a new bike path linking upscale Incline Village to Nevada’s Sand Harbor State Park, but the price tag might induce sticker shock: $12.5 million for the 3-mile project.

Green room reviewed_ a bloody, funny ensemble thriller

If these signposts sound familiar, you might expect this sneaky thriller to develop into a parable about the decline of white America. Indeed it’s hard not to watch the movie and wait for a reference to a certain presidential candidate

Edison international launches its energy-as-a-service business _ greentech media

Edison International has become the latest utility moving beyond selling electricity to customers, and getting into helping those customers manage that energy use. On Tuesday, the parent company of regulated utility Southern California Edison unveiled its new energy consulting and

The tipping point_ by raising menu prices and eliminating gratuity, restaurateurs hope they’ve found the recipe for a better quality of life for staff – food – the austin chronicle

Illustration by Jason Stout At South by Southwest this year, one hot topic at several Interactive panels was Shake Shack proprietor Danny Meyer’s recent decision to remove tipping from all his restaurants. Adam Rapoport, editor-in-chief of Bon Appétit, interviewed Meyer

Exhibit of the week_ leaflet issued to warn of enemy gas attacks – the scarborough news

The risk of gas attack was seen as a very real one – gas had been used extensively in the Great War which had ended only 21 years before the start of World War II, although mainly in a military

Hearts and hands fights back against contempt allegation

Hearts and Hands for Homes is denying Habitat for Humanity Canada’s allegation that two of its directors were acting in contempt of court when the old ReStore was reopened under a new name. In a response filed this week in

Concern runs high about fumigant use

Spreckels >> What state pesticide regulators wanted Tuesday night in Spreckels was input on three specific points they would use to craft a new rule on fumigant use. What they got instead was an emotional debate on whether pesticides and

Citigroup reports profit drop, sees more pain if oil slips – the globe and mail

Citi’s profit plunges 27% (Reuters) Citigroup has reported the biggest drop in profit among big U. S. banks that have released first-quarter results so far, but lower operating expenses helped the bank beat Wall Street’s low expectations. Citigroup’s shares rose

The average american has 7.2 jobs by 28, study says _ wpxi

Feel like you’re bouncing around between jobs? Have no fear, you are hardly alone. A typical young adult in the U. S. has held an average of 7.2 jobs by age 28, new research shows, which is roughly equivalent to

Daily growler announces new location – the beer blog – ohio

The Daily Growler is expanding. The Columbus growler bar announced Wednesday that it’s adding a third location. This one will be in the German Village/Brewery District and include a kitchen operated by Big Mamma’s Burritos from Athens. “The German Village

Can the islamic state be defeated without kurds_ – al-monitor_ the pulse of the middle east

Ankara insists on an operational plan that excludes Rojava’s People’s Protection Units (YPG). The United States might come up with a plan that will take Turkey’s sensitivities into account by making the YPG less visible, but the group will still