Maybe it could become a tourist attraction in the mold of the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Salt Lake City's Odd Fellows Hall is stuck in limbo--and sitting on top of a huge, wheeled, metal contraption 8 feet off of the ground ...
On a recent shopping trip, I decided to buy treats for my dachshund at a pet shop in the mall. I was looking at the treats available--until I noticed the pet shop sold puppies. When I decided to buy a dog, I did not buy a puppy.
Michael Susaeta complains about a bunch of other "yuppie diapers" who also got off their asses and had the "balls"-- even the women--to start their own businesses and became "rich" because they got their money by working.
I had to laugh at your recent article [“The Conservative Agenda,” June 18, City Weekly]. Not only is Paul Mero clueless about social networking, his own organization failed to register the .com extension of Sutherland Institute.
Jared Diamond claims, "When NASA wanted to find some place on Earth resembling the surface of the Moon, so that our astronauts preparing for the first moon landing could practice in an environment similar to what they would encounter..."
I have long believed that good food, good eating is all about risk. Whether we're talking about unpasteurized Stilton, raw oysters or working for organized crime associates, food, for me, has always been an adventure ...
Time to diversify your energy sources, Aries. It’s as if you’ve grown too dependent on oil—metaphorically speaking—and have neglected to develop relationships with wind turbines, solar panels, natural gas, and other mans of generating power.