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Pesto! Fresh Asparagus! by Stephanie L. Posted Mon 11 May 2009 12:00am I was driving up north in Michigan this past weekend and we stumbled upon a little village on the coast of lake Michigan just south of Traverse City, the town called Empire. They have an annual asparagus festival every year, I only know this because they had so many signs all over the roads to remind people I guess. It is next weekend (May 16- ... Read on »
Asparagus Fest by Christine A. Posted Sun 17 Apr 2011 12:33am   Whew, I am wiped after a day in the sun! An awesome day at the Stockton Asparagus Festival , perfect weather, great friends and lots of great sights. Since we moved here 5 years ago, I’ve been planning to make it to this festival and finally did. Hubby and I went with a couple of friends and learned that, like most festivals, th ... Read on »
Extra, Extra - Run All About It by Amy H. Patient Expert Posted Sun 26 Apr 2009 10:11pm By Peter Washkowitz Dear readers, let' s take a look back at the week in running: * As reported on TheHorse.com on April 19th, it looks like humans and dogs are not the only species who have begun using treadmills to help speed up the recovery time from injuries. In his speech at the 10th International Congress of World Equine Veterinary ... Read on »
An Overview of the Nation’s Various Food Festivals. by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 18 Aug 2010 5:23am < p>  By : Monika Nolte   From: Article2008.com You don’t have to look very far to find festivals celebrating British food and drink. So why not check out what festivals are happening where you’re holidaying this year? That way you can combine a week or weekend away with a festival that let’s you delight in wonderful food, fr ... Read on »
Pesticides and The Age of Polio by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Sat 01 Feb 2014 12:00am This week AofA has focused on an outbreak of "Polio-like" symptoms in California. Doctors May Have Missed Pesticide Clue in California’s “Polio-like” Cluster Child in “Polio-like Cluster” Linked to California’s Winemaking Industry “Polio-like” Cluster in California Has Eerie Echoes Below is Dan and Mark's 7 pa ... Read on »
Pesticides and The Age of Polio by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 01 Apr 2014 12:00am Update 4/7/14 The vaccine injury denial community is working overtime this week in an effort to hijack AutismAction Month and protect indudstry at the expense of people with autism. Polio is most often used as the tool of fear.  Here is the Polio series from Dan and Mark to offer clarity to those who seek it. Doctors May Have ... Read on »
We remember the unique not the ordinary – memory is about choices by David M. Posted Sun 17 Mar 2013 5:00am The tale of an alligator dinner Unique events make a deep impression and are stored more deeply, more thoroughly in our brains. Common everyday events pass us by with barely a second glance. Humans are “cognitive misers.” Our brains don’t waste storage space on things unless the brain considers it important to pay attention to this i ... Read on »
The Age of Polio: How an Old Virus and New Toxins Triggered a Man-made Epidemic -- Part 2, A Gypsy Moth Flaps Its Wings by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 01 Sep 2011 12:00am Read  Part 1, The Wrong Narrative Here. By Dan Olmsted and Mark Blaxill Etienne Leopold Trouvelot arrived in the United States from France in the late 1850s and settled into his brand new house at 27 Myrtle Street in Medford, a suburb of Boston. A self-taught scientist and later an astronomer affiliated with Harvard, his ... Read on »
Camping by Tera .. Posted Fri 06 Feb 2009 12:00am We returned last night after a long weekend camping during the Pentecost holiday. We all had a really great time, leaving the stress of daily life behind and heading off to explore and play. We took our tents to a farm and pitched them there in the field, and while Erwin and I got busy preparing the grill for dinner, our little sprouts took of ... Read on »
Gluten Free Menu Swap 9/15-9/19 & the Autumn Moon Festival by Kate C. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 5:07pm Finally the Full Moon, originally uploaded by jalalspages. Happy Autumn Moon Festival, All! Today we are celebrating the Autumn Moon Festival with a little pomelo, Asian pears and apple slices under the moonlight.  The paper lanterns are lit and glowing softly and our stone garden lantern is aglow with the flames of a tea light ... Read on »