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Movers and shakers 16.6.2010 SFGate: Business & Technology
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Nibbles: Food happenings in the Vail Valley 16.6.2010 Vail Colorado: Business
Tuesday night grub in Vail - Vail's free Tuesday night concerts are back, and with them comes the inevitable question: what to do for dinner? Packing a picnic the night before sounds lovely in theory, but some weeks it just isn't realistic. Waiting until after the show is an option, but only if you don't mind a grumbling tummy. In light of this, two restaurant deals recently caught our eye: Larkspur's "Bud & A Bun" deal includes steamed pork and chinese slaw sandwich and a Budweiser beer for $7.50 from 5 to 10 p.m. on Tuesday's starting June 29. Call 970-754-8050 to learn more. Westside Cafe offers happy hour from 3 to 6 p.m. each day with half priced appetizers and $3 draft beers and $4 margaritas and wines. Tuesday night is also ...
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Five-course dinner takes place Wednesday at Manor Vail Lodge 16.6.2010 Vail Colorado: News
VAIL, COlorado - Colorado is known for itsf microbrews and Chef Richard Bailey of Lord Gore Restaurants in Vail is known for his focus on local, organic food. On Wednesday night, these two come together for an outdoor dinner on the Fitz Lounge deck in Vail. The dinner starts at 6 p.m. and tickets are $45 per person. "Wine pairings are so much more common but Colorado microbrews offer some terrific complex flavors that are excellent when compared with certain foods," said Chef Richard Bailey of Lord Gore Restaurant and The Fitz Lounge, both located at Manor Vail Lodge in Golden Peak in Vail. The event kicks off with Colorado Native Beer paired with lamb chops with roasted pepper-tomato vinaigrette. It continues with Blue Moon paired with ...
Movers and shakers 15.6.2010 SFGate: Business & Technology
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Ten of the best B&Bs in Verona 15.6.2010 The Guardian -- World Latest
As Verona gears up for the opera season, we seek out the best-value places to lay your head, including a B&B once owned by a famous tenor. As summer arrives in Verona, the city begins a three-month season of epic operas staged in the magical Roman Arena, along with rock concerts and a jazz festival (for the full programme of events, go to arena.it ). The city of Romeo and Juliet is in the news right now with the opening of Hollywood romcom Letters to Juliet , inspired by Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers. Hotels can be expensive, and the best bet is to choose from the many B&Bs that have opened up. Here are 10 of the best. 1. B&B Nino Martini Nino Martini was an Italian opera singer in the 1930s and also the uncle of the owner of this ...
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Gardner farm could be named after his victims 15.6.2010 Salt Lake Tribune
If Ronnie Lee Gardner's farm for troubled kids comes to fruition, it might bear the name of the people he shot and murdered. "We want to emphasize the victims," said Tyler Ayres, a lawyer for Gardner.
UN spreads waste management know-how 15.6.2010 New Kerala: World News
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Intensive farming 'massively slowed' global warming 15.6.2010 New Scientist: News
Intensive farming 'massively slowed' global warming
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Group Banned From Inspecting Farms in China 14.6.2010 Wall St. Journal: World
The USDA said a Nebraska nonprofit improperly used Chinese government employees to inspect Chinese farms that use state-owned land to grow crops for export to the U.S. bearing the USDA's organic seal.
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Connell organic farmer using 'beetle banks' 14.6.2010 AP Washington
By KEVIN MCCULLEN 2010-06-14T16:27:58Z CONNELL, Wash. (AP) -- Organic farmer Brad Bailie is a believer in bugs.... © 2010 The Associated Press . All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Learn more about our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use ...
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Connell organic farmer using 'beetle banks' 14.6.2010 Seattle Times: Local
Organic farmer Brad Bailie is a believer in bugs.
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Clemency decision expected from UT parole board 14.6.2010 Boston Globe: Latest
Clemency decision expected from UT parole board
Clemency decision expected from UT parole board 14.6.2010 Seattle Times: Nation & World
A Utah parole board will decide Monday whether to grant clemency to a condemned Utah inmate scheduled to be executed by firing squad.
Banks Profit While Our Farmers Fail 14.6.2010 Commondreams.org Views
by Lisa Griffith

Bruce Drinkman is a successful organic dairy farmer who milks 50 cows with his wife, Mari, near Glenwood City, Wisconsin.

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4 Vt companies earn federal ag grants 14.6.2010 Boston Globe: Vermont
4 Vt companies earn federal ag grants
Through a turtle thrashing and seaweed, camera survives monthslong trip from Aruba to Florida 14.6.2010 Star Tribune: Nation
Ag Dept to drop organic food inspector in China 14.6.2010 Seattle Times: Politics
The New York Times reports that the Agriculture Department has banned a leading American inspector of organic foods in China for conflicts of interest.
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Ag Dept to drop organic food inspector in China 14.6.2010 Boston Globe: Latest
Ag Dept to drop organic food inspector in China
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The Agriculture Department is banning a food inspector from certifying organic food in China 14.6.2010 Star Tribune: Nation
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Wisconsin's raw milk ban at stake in lawsuits 14.6.2010 Star Tribune: Latest
Wisconsin dairy farmers who believe they have found a way to legally sell raw milk in the state will make their case in court on Tuesday.
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