It seems that Rhode Island is losing access to several excellent beers: Earlier this year, three major craft brewers – Avery, Dogfish Head, and Great Divide – announced that they were pull
Verizon workers have called off their strike, the nation’s largest in the past 4 years, after the company agreed to temporarily extend the contract and come back to the bargaining table. The str
Rule #1 of sports broadcasting–always, always, always compare a player to someone of the same racial background. At Baseball Prospectus (not sure how much of this you can see without a subscript
I don’t even know if Jimmy Carter drinks alcohol, but this Tom Philpott piece on the struggles of the beer conglomerates to keep control over the market suggests that no one did more to facilita
Scott of course is right about the Green Lantern theory of domestic politics. There’s just no way Obama is going to will Ben Nelson or Olympia Snowe into supporting a given policy. Giving speech
I don’t usually support vandalism, but there are exceptions to every rule. Pretty brave act in Cookeville, Tennessee.
Here is a homeopathic recipe for scarlet fever from Annabella P. Hill’s, Mrs. Hill’s New Cook Book, from 1867. “As soon as the nature of the disease is ascertained, rub the patient n
Fantastic J. Malcolm Garcia piece at Guernica about the use of burn pits in Afghanistan. Essentially, the military burns everything they use in Afghanistan and Iraq. This includes everything from elec