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  • Chef of the Moment: Eva Ein turns to fall flavors for McConnell's ice cream

    Chef of the Moment: Eva Ein turns to fall flavors for McConnell's ice cream
    Eva Ein is the chef behind the ice cream creations at McConnell’s Fine Ice Creams, which recently opened a location at Grand Central Market in downtown Los Angeles. She is also co-owner and chef at Le Cafe Stella and Stella Mare’s in Santa...
  • Northfield native wins $50K National Geographic prize

    Northfield native wins $50K National Geographic prize
    Northfield native Charles Engelman said he is still in shock after he was selected as the winner in a national contest sponsored by National Geographic, in which he will receive a $50,000 grant to launch his "dream expedition." "To be completely honest,...
  • Interviewing Ian Anderson: Solo tours, discs mean Jethro Tull to live on in music only

    Interviewing Ian Anderson: Solo tours, discs mean Jethro Tull to live on in music only
    Ian Anderson has been a member of British prog-rock band Jethro Tull for nearly five decades. He’s written and sung the majority of the songs that fill the group’s 21 studio discs, nine live albums and 15 compilations, which collectively...
  • Plantation to create preservation board

    Plantation to create preservation board
    Two years after activists tried to go around City Hall to keep a building from being knocked down, the city is creating its first preservation board to stop it from happening again. The city wants to avoid a replay of 2012, when it fought with activists...
  • Police services going up in Lower Nazareth

    Police services going up in Lower Nazareth
    Lower Nazareth Township's bill for police services is likely to go up again next year. Lower Nazareth is one of three municipalities that make up the Colonial Regional Police Department. After balking at a $50,000 budget increase last year, Lower...
  • Why narratives are more powerful than ideas

    There is an enormous amount of whining these days about our ideological debates. This gets the problem wrong. Ideological debates are fought over ideas, but politics is more often about competing stories, or, as the eggheads call them, "narratives." Much...
  • In politics, stories trump ideas

    In politics, stories trump ideas
    There is an enormous amount of whining these days about our ideological debates. This gets the problem wrong. Ideological debates are fought over ideas, but politics is more often about competing stories, or, as the eggheads call them, "narratives."...
  • Gov. McAuliffe meets with Canon on Asia trip

    Gov. McAuliffe meets with Canon on Asia trip
    Gov. Terry McAuliffe and a state team travelling now in Asia met with "the No. 1 man" at Canon earlier this week, he said Wednesday, during an overseas conference call with reporters. An excellent meeting with the chairman of Canon and his team,”...
  • Lawsuit alleges race discrimination at division of Huntington Ingalls

    Lawsuit alleges race discrimination at division of Huntington Ingalls
    A group of eight past and present employees are suing a division of Huntington Ingalls Industries, alleging they were subjected to a hostile work environment and denied promotions and pay increases because they are black. The lawsuit, filed in U.S....
  • Honey bees need fall's foliage to stay healthy

    One of the major problems honey bees are having these days is finding enough nutrition to stay healthy. It may be hard to believe that an insect needs a balanced diet but it is true, especially for honey bees. Honey bees put up pollen (protein) and...
  • Virginia Institute of Marine Science researches restoring forested wetlands in New Kent

    Virginia Institute of Marine Science researches restoring forested wetlands in New Kent
    A trio of citizen scientists armed with measuring tools moved from one tree to the next to the next — from black willow to sycamore to white oak. First, they made sure the specimen was still living. Then they noted its species, spread measuring...