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  • Movie Review: The First Grader

     
    “The First Grader” is an earnest and well-intentioned if somewhat emotionally dry drama about one man's pursuit of redemption and an education, a Kenyan who sought to enroll in school to learn to read in his 80s. This “inspired by a...
  • The Chicken Tractor: a coop for the modernist chicken and an organic lawn fertilizer

     
    It's called the Chicken Tractor, and it's the Los Angeles design firm 100xbetter's first foray into urban farm equipment: an architecturally modernist, indoor-outdoor chicken coop that doubles as a fertilizer spreader. "The lower screened portion has an...
  • PTA moms accused of bilking investors out of more than $1 million

     
    Three former Diamond Bar elementary school PTA members have been arrested in connection with an alleged ponzi scheme that defrauded more than 40 people out $1 million....
  • ISRAEL: Students protest soaring rent prices

     
    As the peoples of the region wage protests over rights and distribution of resources and power, young adults in Israel have also been taking to the streets in recent days. And they're staying there, they say, until somebody does something......
  • Tomato scion Frederick Scott Salyer beefs up his legal team

     
    The defense team of indicted tomato scion Frederick Scott Salyer has just gotten a very high-powered and high-priced player: attorney John Keker....
  • Irene killed 30,000 Maryland chickens

     
    Maryland Agriculture Secretary Earl "Buddy" Hance has released a preliminary accounting of agricultural losses from Hurricane Irene. The casualties include 30,000 chickens. Here's Hance:"High winds and excessive rain caused loss of power, flooding, and...
  • Get great outdoor exercise at no cost

     
    Looking for a great excuse to enjoy autumn in the great outdoors? Once again, Lehigh Valley Hospital and the Wildlands Conservancy are teaming up to offer another Get Out Lehigh Valley outdoor exercise series. There are so many great reasons to take...
  • Good Food festival links cooks, growers, workers

     
    Good Food Festival and Conference held to mark 30th anniversary of Santa Monica Farmers Market....
  • China rejects U.S. complaint against chicken tariffs

     
    The steamed chicken feet just haven’t been as unctuous since China slapped tariffs on U.S. poultry imports last year. The price of American chicken, including the prized feet euphemistically called “phoenix talons” in China, shot-up...
  • Consumer Confidential: Milk lawsuit, sneaker settlement, toy recall

     
    A Los Angeles law firm has filed a class-action lawsuit alleging that various dairy companies and trade groups slaughtered more than half a million cows to inflate the price of milk. More than 1.7 million toy workshop and tool sets from toymaker Little...
  • Convicted avocado thief latest in growing problem -- crop rustlers

     
    The 10 avocado sentence seemed, well, different. Barron Stein, an admitted avocado thief in North San Diego County, was prohibited by the courts from possessing more than 10 avocados at a time. For the next three years, that’s all he......