I agree with Variety’s John Anderson who said that Food Inc. “does for the supermarket what ‘Jaws’ did for the beach.” I own an array of books by two of the movie’s key players, Joel Salatin and Michael Pollan. Both Joel and Michael are first rate. Do not miss Food Inc.
Archives for June 2009
In March of 2009, actress Natasha Richardson died tragically in a skiing accident. At the time, doctors said Richardson may have been saved had she gotten to a trauma center promptly. It took four hours to get Richardson to a hospital. To help you and your family in your travels in the event that you […]
Medical researchers have found that a high-fat, high-sugar diet, combined with environmental pollutants and stress, can lead to a buildup of toxins in the body collectively known as chronic degenerative disease.
Pictures of Dick and Debbie Young, on the road in locations around America and beyond including the Point Prim lighthouse on Prince Edward Island, Canada, hanging out in Key West, visiting Tim Jones of Stissing Design in New York, and meeting with premier musician Booker T. Jones.
I use New Chapter’s turmeric and ginger grown at the company’s organic farm in Costa Rica.
Our recent trip to Montana/Canada Where to stay: Super Deluxe! Deb and I recently ate at the Post hotel in Lake Louise, Alberta. The Post Hotel is perched at 1500 meters amidst the natural wonders of Banff National Park and is part of a small village which lines the banks of Lake Louise. The background […]
“Scientists have identified a substitute to red wine called Resveratrol that they believe might do more than just protect the heart but could, in very high concentration, significantly extend life by preventing a number of age-related illnesses.”
In Cairo Egypt, President Obama gave a major speech on U.S. Muslim relations. Mr. Obama’s positions were mixed in their appeal, but his words lacked backbone. The upside of Mr. Obama’s grade-A pasteurized speech was stellar teleprompter use, his hints of peaceful engagement with Iran, and his words regarding Israel and Palestine. On Friday, Pat […]
I define “old-time rock and roll” as encompassing the period of 1955 to 1963 that mostly utilized two basic chord patterns. The first was the normal 12-bar blues pattern that may have originated in the cotton fields: I/ I/ I/ I/ IV/ IV/ I/ I/ V/ IV/ I/ I/. (Musicians use Roman numerals to denote […]