John Rogers, Associated Press Updated 11:51 am PDT, Friday, March 15, 2019 In this Tuesday, March 12, 2019 photo Puppy raiser for Guide Dogs of America Lexie Dreyfuss and her 6 month old Labrador Retriever Hathi prepare for a demonstration at the California Science Center in Los Angeles. A new exhibit at a Los Angeles museum examines the relationship between dogs and humans and explores why the two species seem to think so much alike and get along so well. "Dogs! A Science Tail” opens Saturday, March 16, 2019, at the California Science Center. less In this Tuesday, March 12, 2019 photo Puppy raiser for Guide Dogs of America Lexie Dreyfuss and her 6 month old Labrador Retriever Hathi prepare for a demonstration at the California Science Center in Los ... more Photo: Richard Vogel, AP Photo: … [Read more...] about Exhibit explores keen senses, abilities of man’s best friend
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Kyle Swenson, The Washington Post Published 7:10 am PST, Thursday, November 15, 2018 Nicholas Godejohn and Gypsy Blanchard. Nicholas Godejohn and Gypsy Blanchard, who met on an online dating site, conspired to kill Gypsy's mother Dee Dee. The Safest and most dangerous states for online dating >>> less Nicholas Godejohn and Gypsy Blanchard. Nicholas Godejohn and Gypsy Blanchard, who met on an online dating site, conspired to kill Gypsy's mother Dee Dee. The Safest and most dangerous states for online ... more Photo: Greene County Sheriff's Office Photo: Greene County Sheriff's Office Image 1 of / 28 Caption Close Image 1 of 28 Nicholas Godejohn and Gypsy Blanchard. Nicholas Godejohn and Gypsy Blanchard, who met on an online dating site, conspired to kill … [Read more...] about The girl in the wheelchair said she was critically ill. Her mother’s brutal murder exposed the truth.
As my soaked, freezing-cold hands held onto a rope for dear life, I pulled myself up a large granite slab of rock in utter darkness and started to question what I had gotten myself into. It was 2:00 a.m. and I was headed up to the mountain summit of Borneo’s Mt. Kinabalu, the second tallest mountain in Southeast Asia. If you search “Borneo” on Google Images, you’ll find dreamy photos of tropical jungles, white sand beaches, and floating food markets. So why was I wearing a headlamp, a fleece jacket, a windbreaker, wet hiking boots, and wool socks? I was a few days into a trip of a lifetime to Borneo on Intrepid Travel’s Sabah Adventure Tour. When I signed up for the trip, I didn’t know much about the region—I assumed it was just a part of Malaysia, but it’s actually the world’s third largest island, divided among three different countries. When people asked why I was going, I didn’t have a straight answer; I just knew it was a … [Read more...] about Out of My Comfort Zone in Borneo: 6 Lessons You Can Learn on the Trip of a Lifetime
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Devra First Globe Staff November 06, 2018 This year marks the 20th anniversary of occasion-restaurant standby No. 9 Park, and thus the 20th anniversary of chef Barbara Lynch’s culinary influence on this city. Before opening her flagship in 1998, Lynch had cooked at the likes of Olives and Galleria Italiana and been named one of Food & Wine magazine’s best new chefs. But it was with No. 9 Park that she came into her own. She is part of a cadre of chefs who put Boston dining on the map: Jody Adams, Todd English, Gordon Hamersley, Lydia Shire, Jasper White. And her DNA is visible in some of the city’s most-exciting restaurants, from Bar Mezzana to Chickadee to Haley Henry and Nathalie, where the majority of staff members have at some point called her boss. It is, perhaps, no coincidence that two of Boston’s greatest culinary loves … [Read more...] about Barbara Lynch has influenced Boston dining for 20 years. I ate at all of her restaurants to find out how they are today.
PUBLISHED: 08:52 25 October 2018 | UPDATED: 08:52 25 October 2018 Abigail Nicholson Tracey and her husband Paul Pretty at the Keeping Abreast Fashion Show. Picture: Tracey Pretty Archant Tracey Pretty from Harleston had a mastectomy aged 44. Two years on and still in the clear, she talks about her personal battles dealing with body confidence and coming to terms with her diagnosis. Tracey Pretty ready for the Keeping Abreast More Than Just a Fashion Show. Picture: Tracey Pretty“My lump didn’t really feel like a typical lump, it was more like thick skin which I now know is another way that breast cancer presents itself. “I went to get it investigated on Christmas Eve of 2015. The doctor didn’t seem too worried and didn’t think it was anything serious, he gave me antibiotics.“The medication made no difference so my doctor immediately referred me to the hospital on January 14, 2016, when I was 44 years old.“When I … [Read more...] about ‘I felt like Frankenstine’s monster’