It was an earthquake and it changed the world order for good
There are some moments at which the earth moves. We can feel the motion beneath our feet, the tremble, the aftershock, the change. One happened at the Melbourne Cricket Ground this week. That rumble was not merely the locals stampeding for the exits rather than confront a new and bitter reality.
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The Long View: French Gourmand Jacques Pepin
At 75, French chef Jacques Pepin has spent the greater part of his life in a kitchen savoring food. But he’s not yet ready to put his career on the back burner. Today he’s the author of 23 cookbooks and has hosted 12 cooking series. His latest cookbook will be released in October.
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Cold and wind to follow current storm
A cold rain that soaked Southern California overnight and this morning caused no major problems, but forecasters warned that snow could still fall at elevations as low as 2,000 feet, threatening to cause traffic problems on the Golden State (5) Freeway along the Grapevine.
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