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  • Art Review: Robert Rahway Zakanitch at Samuel Freeman Gallery

     
    Robert Rahway Zakanitch’s latest paintings remind viewers just how glorious it is to be alive. That’s as stale a cliché as can be, but in the New York painter’s talented hands it comes alive with so much vitality, vigor and......
  • Landscaper in San Diego County dies after bee attack

     
    A 55-year-old man died Wednesday after suffering hundreds of bee stings while working outdoors in the northern San Diego County city of Encinitas, the Sheriff's Department said. The man, described as a landscaper, was operating a backhoe in a brushy......
  • San Diego County man who died from bee stings suffered severe allergic reaction

     
    The San Diego County man who collapsed Wednesday after being stung by hundreds of bees died as a result of a sudden onset of anaphylaxis, a severe allergic reaction, according to a report by the county medical examiner. A contributing......
  • Group petitions U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to offer Endangered Species Act protections to bumblebee

     
    GRANTS PASS, Ore. — A conservation group filed a petition Wednesday to add a bumblebee from Southern Oregon and Northern California to the endangered species list. The Society for Invertebrate Conservation and University of California at Davis...
  • Getting the restaurant-kitchen gardening bug

     
    I wrote the other day about the tomato farmette sprouting atop Regi's American Bistro in Federal Hill and asked if anyone out there knew of other restaurants with rooftop gardens.One of the more interesting tips I received (thanks, M&M!) led......
  • Bees Take Over Posh East Side Neighborhood

    Bees Take Over Posh East Side Neighborhood
    After causing quite the buzz on the Upper East Side of Manhattan Sunday, a huge swarm of honeybees will soon be getting a new home. Spectators cheered as the New York Police Department's beekeeper, Officer Anthony Planakis, captured the swarm of nearly...
  • Swarming Bees Hold NYC Workers Hostage

    Swarming Bees Hold NYC Workers Hostage
    A swarm of bees clustered around a Manhattan game store and trapped employees inside for hours as thousands of the insects gathered on the sidewalk and outside the building. Worried-looking employees could be seen on the phone looking out the window as...
  • WD-40 to the Max

    If you don't already have a can of it, go get one!  There are more uses than you could ever dream of.  Plus, what guy doesn't like a woman armed with the blue and yellow.... It's not just for rusty bike chains & squeaky hinges anymore.                ...
  • Hornets Get Ready To Take On Sacramento Kings

    The Sacramento Kings are in town tonight which will undoubtedly remind the Hornets of the low point of this season. It should also serve to motivate the bees against a team that unexpectedly beat them on their home floor one month ago. Fueled by a 4th...
  • New Clue in Mystery of Massive Bat Die Off

    Researchers have found a clue in the mysterious die-off of bats that has struck the northeastern United States -- a new fungus that so far seems to be present only in afflicted bats and in caves where the die-off has occurred. "The fungus is in some way...
  • Vera Bradley

    FLOAT THEME: Hope Grows Vera Bradley's float for the 2009 Parade is appropriately titled "Hope Grows". Amidst an awe inspiring garden scene of magnificent coloring arises the hope of a cure for breast cancer for women around the world. With magical...