ARLENE COCO'S PRAIRIE KITCHEN Edible Adventure- Vail Green Chile Pork Stew
A few weeks ago I took a trip to Vail to check out the local food scene and do some hiking. One of the dishes I saw on most menus was a Green Chile with Pork Stew. It was different from the bowl of re... Posted on 10/21/12 at 6:49 PM
STAFF BLOG EVERYDAY GOURMET Thai Peanut Noodles
Looking for somethingmakewith that spaghetti in your pantry that isn't Italian? Try these ThaiPeanut Noodles! These noodles are ready in less than 15 minutes from start to finish andhaveall of the cla... Posted on 10/6/12 at 12:17 PM
THE FLENSBURGER FILES 69 days: A tribute to the miners
They went in as miners, they came out as heroes- 69 days later! They were leading an ordinary life when they entered the mines on 5 August, 2010. They were leading unusual lives underground for 69 d... Posted on 10/14/10 at 10:43 AM
THE NEW FORTY 8.8
I was raised in California and have experienced a handful of decent-sized earthquakes. I was never afraid of earthquakes as a child. I didn't fully appreciate the magnitude of the damage t... Posted on 2/27/10 at 5:32 PM
Michelle Bachelet has a deep resume: daughter of a general tortured to death for opposing a coup, leftist exile during the ensuing bloody dictatorship, pediatrician, Cabinet member, mother, president, head of the U.N. women's agency.
"Dark energy," a mysterious form of energy that's making the universe expand faster and faster, have perplexed scientists. UND astrophysicist Wayne Barkhouse is part of global team trying to chip away at the solution to the mystery.
An 84-year-old American who put out an emergency distress signal while making his seventh attempt to sail alone around the tip of South America was picked up by a Japanese merchant ship and awaiting evacuation by the Chilean navy today.
Eva Vergara and Michael Warren
, January 05, 2012
The 10-month-old twins Maria Paz and Maria Jose are in stable condition even after losing a lot of blood and they are resting in the intensive care unit at Luis Calvo Mackenna Hospital, chief surgeon Francisco Ossandon said.
One of the myths surrounding the 33 miners who were so dramatically rescued after being trapped for 69 days deep inside a Chilean copper mine is that they're all millionaires and no longer need to work. The truth: nearly half the men have been unemployed since their mine collapsed one year ago Friday. Four, so far, have gone back underground to pound rock for a living.
A fire started during an inmate brawl swept through an overcrowded prison today, killing at least 81 people and seriously injuring 14. Chileans heard the screams of inmates after a prisoner using an illegal cell phone called state television for help.
Thirty-three miners rescued after more than two months trapped underground were given a heroes’ welcome at the national palace Monday by President Sebastian Pinera, who embraced the men just as he did when they emerged one by one from the depths.
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