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YouTube Fan, White Stripes Rival: Friends, Colleagues Imagine Cobain At 40 (M...
Nirvana's Kurt Cobain would have turned 40 this week. We asked friends and collaborators what he might be doing if he were alive.
What Would Kurt Cobain Be Doing If He Were Alive? (Vh1)
Producers, friends, writers weigh in; late musician would have turned 40 this week. This week ? on Tuesday the 20th, to be exact ? Kurt Cobain would have turned 40. The obvious next thought is: What would he be doing if he were alive to celebrate it?
Cut no corners in the kitchen (The Springfield News-Leader)
Meat thermometers are a "crusade" for Donna Medlin, director of food and nutrition services with St. John's Health System. "People assume they know when something is done rather than using a meat thermometer. That is the best tool out there," Medlin says. Little mistakes in the kitchen, such as not using a meat thermometer, can compromise our safety, says Chef Lou Rice, division chairman of ...
Theme parties add color to the usual get-togethers (Daily Nebraskan)
Anyone can call their friends over for a party. But to host a theme party takes talent and forethought. First, the theme must be chosen. It is important to make the theme fun and original, but not so original that no one can participate. "I went to a Renaissance-type party, but nobody dressed up," said Blake Gilmore, a senior marketing major at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Defenseless (The Columbus Dispatch)
o her parents, Rachel looked perfect. TOnly a tiny sore on one finger and some blood in her mouth signaled trouble. nurse suctioned Rachel?s mouth, ripping away its lining and the fringe of her lips.
Roth 2007 OC Conference Presenter Profiles (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)
LAGUNA NIGUEL, Calif.----The Roth 2007 OC Conference takes place Feb. 19 - 22 at the Ritz Carlton in Laguna Niguel, CA. For in-depth information about the event, visit http://www.rothconference.com/ .
Oswego unites to help ailing toddler (The Naperville Sun)
A year ago this week, when little Eric Schnable made his entrance into the world, his parents knew immediately the odds had caught up with them. The baby had no skin on his feet, nor did he have any skin on the top of his thumb. Eric was born with a rare genetic disorder that results in extremely fragile skin that easily blisters.
Insulation installer's good job is reason for mold (Detroit News)
Dear Glenn: You probably get tired of answering this question, but we had the house insulated last year, and the condensation is worse now than it has ever been. It has gotten so bad that we have mildew in the corners of our bow window, and my wife is fit to be tied. What's the problem?
Top International News (FOX6 WBRC-TV Birmingham)
It has been an arresting night at the Grammy Awards, with The Police reuniting to open the show. The band performed their first hit Roxanne, first released 30 years ago, at the glittering show in Los Angeles.
Disease killing off doves, pigeons | Post a Comment (The Monterey Count...
A familiar parasitic disease is decimating the Central Coast's dove and band-tailed pigeon populations.
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