man, this entry is righton! i came over from the article published in the times, which included a selection of the wines your panel tasted. generally speaking, my favorites are 1. moulin vent and 2. morgon, with a special place reserved for a good ch nas, juli nas or r gni .
mike moulin, a former los angeles police lieutenant who came under fire for failing to quell the first outbreak of rioting after the rodney king beating verdict, has died. he was 70. moulins
douglas manor swimmers ignore health warnings. swimmers young and old in queens ignore advisories to avoid the water in little neck bay after heavy rains. (photo: corey kilgannonthe new york times) correction appended | every summer afternoon, the floating heads show up like clockwork. that is the affectionate nickname for the dozen or
doug j. swansons blood aces documents the colorful, violent life of benny binion, the gangster who made his bones in depressionera dallas before moving to las vegas (with the law in hot pursuit). in the desert, he opened the horseshoe casino and introduced the world series of poker. the book also tells the story of binions rivals, like herbert noble, nicknamed the cat because he
maggie haberman, a senior correspondent for the new york times, made an informed guess, saying the statement is presumably about andrew cuomo, who recently resigned as governor of new york, amid allegations of sexual harassment. what the glue huffing f is this wrote a user.
new york times bestselling author james lee burke brings readers a captivating tale of justice, love, brutality, and mysticism set in the turbulent 1960s. the american west in the early 1960s appears to be a pastoral paradise: golden wheat fields, mistfilled canyons, frolicking animals.
photo illustration by the daily beast photos gettyin western south dakotas meade county, more than one in three covid19 tests are currently returning positive, and over the last three weeks, sevenday average case counts have increased by 3,400 percent. this exponential growth in cases is likely attributable to the 81st sturgis motorcycle rally, which drew an estimated half a million
1943 2021david angus mackenzie douglas, writer and journalist, died on aug as a consequence of his long struggle with copd and other debilitating ailments. born in
former fbi director james comey on capitol hill, thursday june 8, 2017 doug millsthe new york times i went out and scoped out where he was gonna be sitting in the desk. i
happy birthday doug is a follow up to bright colors and bold patterns, droege's hit hailed as scorchingly funny by the new york times, which enjoyed a celebrated fivemonth off broadway run at
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posts published by douglas quenqua. 7 results. mind . photo. helen clemens, a george washington university law student, says many students who intend to work in public service feel pressure to pursue jobs at big firms. credit vanessa vick for the new york times.
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inside the moulin rouge after it was ravaged by a fire in 1915. montmartres famous musichall, the moulin rouge, is little more than a heap of ashes now. early yesterday morning feb. 27 a fire broke out in a property room probably owing to a short circuit and in a few moments it had spread to the entire building and by eight o
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susan was a dedicated teacher and prolific scholar, who could be counted on for her advice and service to the school. we will miss this wonderful scholar and colleague. published by new york times
the quad is a blog about the fierce competition and engrossing culture of college sports. from the bowl championship series to march madness, to news and features about one's alma mater or local collegiate team, the new york times will take readers inside the world of collegiate athletics with interviews, insights and analysis from the tailgates to the locker room.
dean baquet, the executive editor of the new york times, decided to give donald mcneil a second chance despite finding that hed made offensive remarks on a trip with schoolchildren.
hundreds of humanitarian workers formed a human chain on friday stretching from a border crossing with turkey toward a rebelheld city in northwestern syria to protest russias attempts to close the only remaining border crossing that allows aid into areas held by syrian insurgents. more than 2,000 humanitarian workers took part in the demonstration ahead of a july 10 deadline on whether the
on this day: july 8. on july 8, 1950, gen. douglas macarthur was named commanderinchief of united nations forces in korea. on july 8, 1839, john d. rockefeller, who founded the standard oil co. and gave more than 500 million to charitable causes, was born. following his death on , his obituary appeared in the times.
jul. 13, 2011. when shooting stills and video simultaneously, doug mills, a staff photographer in the washington bureau of the new york times, has tried a creative trick or two. he once strapped the video camera around his neck, using his stomach to hold it in place. the results, he said, were freewheeling and dangling and very difficult to
andrew c. revkinthe new york times) every picture ive seen of the faster melt areas, the moulins are clearly blackened by pollution. and since i assume the margin glaciers are downhill from most of the glacial pack, theyll suffer the most decimation from sooty runoff. doug l
cramerdouglas. the trustees and staff of the museum of modern art mourn the loss of life trustee doug cramer. a trustee since 1993, doug
j 12:14 pm. spin, the alternativemusic magazine founded in 1985, has fired its editor and publisher, part of a larger transformation that will expand the publications presence online. on friday the magazine, owned by spin media, laid off doug brod, the editor in chief, and malcolm campbell, its publisher since 2006, mr. brod said.
alvaro del campo douglas stotz and juan d az recorded nearly 400 bird species during a short survey of the yaguas and cotuh rivers in northeastern peru. ( slide show) douglas stotz, near left, of the field museum in chicago and nigel pitman of duke university took a biological inventory of a vast roadless area in perus northern amazon.
john van beekum for the new york times douglas kass, the founder of hedge fund seabreeze partners management. warren e. buffett has found his bear. in his annual letter to shareholders, published on friday, mr. buffett said that he wanted to spice things up by finding a money manager with an unfavorable view of berkshire hathaway to
credit doug millsthe new york times. from a mantelpiece fern to the front page. by kerri macdonald mar. 15, 2012 mar. 15, 2012. doug mills didnt have to concern himself with a crowd of jostling photographers when he shot the photograph that appeared on thursdays front page. he knew he had a good angle.
the national youngarts foundation (youngarts)'s 2017 youngarts new york program will take place from april 25 to 30 and will offer approximately 75 of this year's youngarts winners
12 tone, doug morris new music company, will take up residence in the new york times building in august, variety has learned. the label will
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by douglas m. main. marcus yam for the new york times shark fins (second row from top) at a store in new yorks chinatown section. shark fins contain high levels of a potent neurotoxin that scientists have linked to neurodegenerative diseases like alzheimers and parkinsons,