Recalls, Market Withdrawals, & Safety Alerts > HMSHost Recalls Multiple Brands of Cape Cod Cranberry Trail Mix Because of Possible Health Risk

The Cape Cod Cranberry Trail Mix, 7 oz., was sold under the brand names Fresh Attractions, 1897, Ciao, Farmers Market, Grounded In, La Tapenade, Marche, MKT, Pronto, PZA, The Local, and Urban Market in stores in the following markets: Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas, and West Virginia.

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There’s a Puerto Rican Superhero and She Can Fly

An article by Sandra Guzman for NBC News. With a crushing debt and a health care and humanitarian crisis in the making, the beautiful island of Puerto Rico could use a superhero right now. And thanks to Brooklyn-based Marvel Comics writer and comic book nerd, Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez, it got one. Her name is La Borinqueña, […]

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Photoessay: Layers of dusk to dawn — Ming Thein | Photographer

I have this habit of shooting against the sun at dawn and dusk – I think it must be a natural aversion to having the light source directly behind me, which it otherwise would have been had I been facing the other way. I didn’t consciously curate the images this way, but it turns out […]

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Egyptian Spring 2?

“Are women discouraged from achieving their dreams in Egypt?” That is a question a group of American University in Cairo set to discover with their student initiative ‘Men 7a2ik‘ (Arabic for ‘it’s in your right’). Unfortunately, the students soon discovered that 70 percent of women surveyed could not achieve their dreams. Who do they blame?…

via The Initiative Fighting for the Dreams of Egyptian Women — Egyptian Streets

An artful robe full of thoughts

The pieces of cloth that understands Huppert symbolizing skin were sewn on the inside of a large tarpaulin hemp fabric, which in turn is held by the wire in the form. 1997, “The Robe” finish – a seeming archaic, walkable tent object of 15 meters, 25 square meters outer surface and an estimated 250 kg weight, its internal and external appearance subject to change depending on the light. The handwritten texts float, formed into rolls of paper, unattainable far above, but can be found on the project website – here the entire history is documented. For the funded Kirchenstiftung resumption of the project Huppert had now specifically launched a new call. Since April 40 more pieces of fabric were sewn on Tuesday pulled a construction company, the sculpture carefully high. The original thought, “The Robe” to send on trips, Huppert was never realized until now – now she wants to tackle the idea again.

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The discussion of Sex in Arab Society … including mine

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The discussion of Sex in Arab Society … including mine

The title of my unfinished MA thesis in Jerusalem Studies was: Moslem women in Jerusalem, between Tradition and religion.

A title that I look back at as modest. An attempt to hide behind my real intention, that by the time I started to write, was totally hindered. It even disappeared by the time I started researching what I really wanted to write was non-existent.

My intention was to talk about sex.  This taboo subject that we hide behind. I always had this belief that what our society needs is a sexual revolution by girls. I still have this hope in the generation of my daughters. As much as it is still hard to apprehend it, I feel proud to see the generation of my daughter represented by my daughter herself more aware about her sexuality. Still though, a cowardice awareness…

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