…worth of the phone records of reporters and editors at the Associated Press , University of Chicago law professor and Slate contributor Eric Posner and Slate senior editor Emily Bazelon have been arguing over whether this is an overreach by the Department of Justice and an intrusion on the newsgathering function of the press ( Emily), or an entirely justified effort to find and prosecute a scurrilous government leaker who imperiled the country's counterterrorism …
…issuing the ruling that legalized abortion across the country in 1973, a group of "unelected old men" stopped the momentum that was building among the states. "That was my concern, that the court had given opponents of access to abortion a target to aim at relentlessly," she said at the University of Chicago Law School. "My criticism of Roe is that it seemed to have stopped the momentum that was on the side of change."
…and rained down out of the trees," said Chris Simon, a cicada biologist at the University of.
Those NYTlarvae then squirmed into the dirt and spent the next 17 years sucking fluid from tree roots.
Welcome back! I'm sure after 17 years of sucking fluid from tree roots-as sweet as that is-you're probably read for something a little stiffer, like a good glass of wine.
A lot has changed in the wine world since you …
Bravium, Latin for "reward, price or gift," is a winery featuring traditional, minimalistic winemaking by proprietor Derek Rohlffs. Rohilffs is a graduate of University of California at Santa Barbara in Environmental Studies and completed his winemaking course work at University of California at Davis. He has made wine since 2000 ...
…had worked in the vineyards as a teenager, and attended the school of enology and viticulture at the University of California, Davis from 1979 - 1980, assumed the role of president and winemaker. In the fall of 1980 Boordy crushed grapes for the first time at the winery's new location on the Deford's 240-acre farm in the Long Green Valley.
"In those early days there were things I learned from Philip Wagner and things I didn't learn from him," …
The running club of Philadelphia, called " BeerRunners" conducted a study on 16 young people. They've been asked to drink beer after a run in order to recover their lost fluids.
Why beer? Well, first of all it is constituted by 95% of water. But the body does not only lose …
…is famous for the 18 year long council of . University town, lots of young people on the streets, in the café's.
If you want to stay out in the country near the vineyards, I recommend the Hotel Tenz . set up like a chalet, very comfortable and large rooms, a great style breakfast spread and very reasonable prices
" Vecchia Sorni" Some restaurants I like
Near the Scrigno . … Duomois a bar/restaurant called
Challenges faced by the Aussie wine industry such as climate change will be the focus of a research project at the University of Adelaide. The university will receive $ 2.4 million from the Federal Government to set up the Training Centre for Innovative Wine Production. Professor Vladimir Jiranek said the centre will provide new knowledge, methods and technologies, as well as skilled researchers, to help the wine industry tackle its big challenges.
A celebrity in Bordeaux and throughout the wine world, Professor Denis Dubourdieu has been Professor of Oenology at the University of Bordeaux since 1987. He owns five wineires ( Château Doisy-Daëne, Clos Floridene, Château Reynon, Château Cantegril and Château Haura) and is a widely respected consultant to some of the best Chateau in Bordeaux, including Cheval Blanc.
Each year at En Primeur, he gives a welcome talk to journalists and members of the trade about the previous vintage.
…early punch card programming chops on an IBM 650 "drum computer" at the University of Toledo.) In the 1985-86 school year, WSU established the stand-alone College of Engineering. Brandeberry served as Dean for 19 years until his retirement in 2005.
In the early 90's, Brandeberry and his wife, Sharon, were driving to visit family in New York City. They'd stopped on the way in the Finger Lakes region. Jim said that he "saw a sign for the Cayuga Wine Trail…