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po’ boy brewery opens in port jefferson station


advertisement | advertise on newsdaypo' boy brewery, a "farm'' brewery, opened jan. 27 in port jefferson station. (credit: po’ boy) ron koma resident bob rodriguez started home brewing in 2008, and since then has racked up 34 national awards for both beer and hard cider. you don’t have to be a national beer judge or one of bob’s friends to enjoy his handiwork anymore, with the opening friday of po’ boy brewery in port jefferson station.po’ boy is one of a very few farm breweries (meaning it uses new york state...






zumbrota-area residents continue to fight proposed hog farm


zumbrota, minn. — opponents of a proposed 4,700-hog farm in southeastern minnesota aren't giving up, even though the state pollution control agency has approved the environmental review for the project.the proposed circle k family farm would feature a pit for storing up to 1.54 million gallons of liquid manure annually, the post-bulletin reported (http://bit.ly/2kvd8wg ).kristi rosenquist, who lives near the proposed facility about five miles outside zumbrota, said she still plans to attend a monday meeting with john linc stine, the agency's commissioner."the (environmental essment worksheet) has flaws," rosenquist said. "we'll be talking to commissioner stine about that."kim grosenheider, a project manager for environmental review with the agency, said it's common to have an environmental






bird flu: second case found at farm in wyre, lancashire


image copyrightthinkstockimage caption the farm in wyre has about 1,000 pheasants, defra said bird flu has been found at a second pheasant farm in lancashire, the department for environment, food and rural affairs (defra) has confirmed.the uk's chief veterinary officer said h5n8 avian flu has been discovered at a farm with 1,000 birds in wyre. graeme cooke said it has a "business link" to nearby farm hy-fly game hatcheries limited in preesall where the infection was confirmed on tuesday. public health england (phe) said the risk to humans was "very low". 'business link'a 1.8 mile (3km) protection zone has been set up around the farm.defra said: "this case was proactively identified as part of a routine investigation of premises traced as a result of confirmation of the disease in lancashir






bird flu: second case found at farm in wyre, lancashire


image copyrightthinkstockimage caption the farm in wyre has about 1,000 pheasants, defra said bird flu has been found at a second pheasant farm in lancashire, the department for environment, food and rural affairs (defra) has confirmed.the uk's chief veterinary officer said h5n8 avian flu has been discovered at a farm with 1,000 birds in wyre. graeme cooke said it has a "business link" to nearby farm hy-fly game hatcheries limited in preesall where the infection was confirmed on tuesday. public health england (phe) said the risk to humans was "very low". 'business link'a 1.8 mile (3km) protection zone has been set up around the farm.defra said: "this case was proactively identified as part of a routine investigation of premises traced as a result of confirmation of the disease in lancashir






winter farming in high demand thanks to farm-to-table movement – the denver post


by lisa rathke,the  ociated pressmontpelier, vt. — demand driven by the farm-to-table movement knows no seasons, so farmers in colder areas of the country increasingly use greenhouses and similar structures to meet wintertime demand for local produce.while crusty snow and ice covers the ground in january in vermont, spinach leaves sprout in rows of unfrozen soil inside a high tunnel — a large enclosure covered by plastic film that is warmed by the sun and protected from the wind.“i can never keep up with the spinach demand,” said joe buley, owner of screamin’ ridge farm in montpelier, who planted the spinach in november and will sell it in about two weeks.this time of year, when vegetables are trucked in from california and mexico, some consumers clamor for fresh local produce.“i’m definit






hobby farms magazine


whether for sustainability or profitability, hobby farms celebrates the challenges and accomplishments of creating and maintaining a successful low-acreage farm, garden or orchard. hobby farms magazine helps readers realize their farming goals with expert articles on subjects such as livestock husbandry, sustainable agriculture, equipment purchasing, irrigation, pest control, new technologies, and more. hobby farms also addresses core information for newcomers and a nced how-to information for seasoned farmers. with well-executed articles and p os, hobby farms embraces the growing population segment returning to farm life in search of self-sustainability. hobby farms is a multimedia publication, offering print, online and digital content, including the community at hobbyfarms.com. this






po’ boy brewery opens in port jefferson station


ron koma resident bob rodriguez started home brewing in 2008, and since then has racked up 34 national awards for both beer and hard cider. you don’t have to be a national beer judge or one of bob’s friends to enjoy his handiwork anymore, with the opening friday of po’ boy brewery in port jefferson station.advertisement | advertise on newsdaypo’ boy is one of a very few farm breweries (meaning it uses new york state farm products) on long island. rodriguez gets his apple juice from richter’s orchard in northport. plans to use east end barley and hops are in the works. po’ boy is pouring four ciders, including flavors like cherry, cupcake and key lime. four more taps will flow with handcrafted artisanal brews that may include kolsch, bocks, pilsners and american stout. take-home growlers ar






your business is legal, but you can't use banks. welcome to the cannabis all-cas


after decades as a corporate operations executive, julia gosnell decided it was time to become her own boss.“it’s now or never,” she told me in the family room of her comfortable east bay home as her pomeranian, chichi,   in her lap.“this is my last good decade of working,” said gosnell, 54.she and a good friend had often joked about getting into the cannabis business. she’d been a medical cannabis patient for years, smoking pot for the anxiety she felt over the health of her youngest daughter, who has autism and epilepsy. “i had a choice: take valium every day or imbibe. i decided cannabis was the healthier route.”last march, she and her partner, kary radestock, a sales rep, launched hippo premium packaging. they develop containers, logos, bags, labels, boxes and custom-printed jars. they






dodgers' bullpen remains unsettled as fanfest takes off


the dodgers’ pitchers report to spring training in two weeks, but the dodgers might not yet have all their pitchers.the dodgers have addressed their most pressing needs this off-season — retaining pitchers rich hill and kenley jansen and third baseman justin turner in free agency, then trading for second baseman logan forsythe — but the bullpen remains unsettled beyond closer jansen, left-hander grant dayton and right-hander pedro baez.“i don’t think you ever get to a place with the bullpen where you feel you are done,” andrew friedman, the dodgers’ president of baseball operations, said urday. “every year, heading into the season, it scares me.”manager dave roberts said “in theory” he would like to have a “dedicated eighth-inning guy.” he said one could emerge among the in-house candidate






alternative farming on the rise in besieged gaza |


gaza strip - january is usually a busy month for farmers in gaza, as it marks the wheat planting season, but so far, jaber abu rejela has had little work to do on his 80 dunams (8 hectares) of land in abasan al-kabira, near the israeli border."i have nothing to do. i'm looking for ways out of this country because we have nothing else to do," abu rejela, 57, said wryly, noting that he was waiting for israeli forces to spray pesticides over his farmland before planting, as the crops would be ruined if they were sprayed afterwards. the red cross told farmers that israel would spray pesticides from mid-december to mid-january.according to adham b iouni, chairman of gaza's integrated pest mana ent, most of the crops in more than 4,000 dunams of land near the border were damaged last year due to






a proclamation / boing boing


happy mutants day of ice cream-------by the publisher of boing boing, a directory of wonderful thingsa proclamation a notional pride spins the happy mutant soul and congests the happy mutant heart. we are people, united by a common path of evolution. beyond that, we have art. some, maybe not even that.ice cream is a treat for many happy mutants, and to serve that ice cream we must have a scoop, or a large yet very strong spoon. bowls would also help, cones optional.report this adour blog is written on wordpress, but it lives in the hearts of the mutant people -- even those with a jarvik 7. there is no freedom in a cube farm; no law like john law; and no peace where people prey upon one another. there are no greater people than happy mutants, and so long as we believe in magic there is noth






10,000 participate in charitable gull lake ice fishing contest


an estimated 10,000 anglers trod onto frozen gull lake on urday, betting — hoping — they would catch a fish large enough to win a new pickup truck.the event was the 27th brainerd jaycees $150,000 ice fishing extravaganza, the largest such competition in the world, organizers say, and the most charitable. since its founding in 1991, the contest has raised about $3 million for charities in the brainerd area, notably confidence learning center, which serves people with developmental disabilities. urday’s truck winner was les laidlaw of mankato, who caught a 5.54-pound northern pike early in the three-hour contest, which began at noon.in second place was brian dubois of afton, mich., with a 5.44-pound northern pike. third was florence anderson of owatonna, minn., with a 4.63-pound walleye, and






japanese researchers create pig-human embryo


why it matters to you the shortage of organs suitable for transplant may be alleviated as scientists get closer to using animals to grow human organs.scientists for the first time have created an embryo that is part human and part pig as part of a groundbreaking experiment that published this week in the biochemistry journal cell. this incredible chimera was developed by a team of researchers from the graduate school of agriculture and department of a nced bioscience at kindai university in japan. heralded as one of the most successful chimeras to date, the experiment is a leap forward for the field of regenerative medicine, which is searching for ways to produce human organs using animal models.the complicated procedure involves the injection of human induced pluripotent stem (ips) cells






new tech to make dragonflies into cybernetic drones


why it matters to you cybernetic insects could aid in pollination and rescue missions, keeping humans out of harms way.cybernetic insects may sound like something out of dystopian fiction, but they’re being developed in labs around the world. and their uses may be more beneficial than you’d expect. some researchers have proposed remote-controlled insects for surveillance, while others think they can help sniff out explosives and aid in search and rescue missions.up until now, these insects have mainly been controlled by firing electrical impulses through electrodes plugged into the little invertebrate — a technique that’s been effective but clunky and energy hungry.now engineers at d r and the howard hughes medical institute (hhmi) at janelia farm have begun work on dragonfleye, a project






new-look white sox system lands six prospects in mlb.com's top 100


members of the white sox's scouting and development staff took the stage sunday morning for their second seminar of soxfest. it was a good time to discuss the team's restocked farm system, given that hours earlier mlb.com released its list of the game's top 100 prospects.six sox prospects made the list, the most of any team except the braves and yankees, who each had seven. new infielder and former no. 1 overall prospect yoan moncada slipped to no. 2, overtaken in the top spot by red sox outfield prospect andrew benintendi.other sox in the rankings were no. 12 lucas giolito, no. 16 michael kopech, no. 46 reynaldo lopez, no. 71 carson fulmer and no. 81 zack collins. all are pitchers except moncada and collins, a catcher taken no. 10 overall in the 2016 draft. only fulmer was part of the org






roseville armory controversy: council aims for homes on site


a dispute in roseville over whether to try and save the city’s former national guard armory is nearing an end.against the wishes of those who wanted to preserve the armory for use as a community center, the city council last week signaled its preference to redevelop the site for low-density housing instead.city officials consulted neighbors, getting what they considered a solid response: 87 comments, online or on paper. among those comments, 69 people said they preferred single-family detached homes on the site, while the community center option drew 44 positive responses, community development chief kari collins told the council.but 29 people declared that no institutional use was suitable — a hint of polarization.many in the area wanted the armory preserved partly because “some of our ol






facebook atwitter over friendly fox sightings in southern minnesota


a friendly pet fox named notchi has gone missing from his lakeville home and is gallivanting across southern minnesota, despite multiple run-ins with humans, a social media paign and a $1,000 reward for his return.notchi, a tame, 8-month-old red fox, was rescued from a fur farm as a kit by mikayla raines, 21, who has a usda license to keep foxes. notchi has distinctive silver and white markings because foxes used for fur often are bred over generations for unique colors.foxes generally make poor pets, raines said, because they mark their territory and chew things up.“there’s just a special bond that i have with foxes that i can’t explain,” raines said. “you have to work hard to bond with a fox, but i like the challenge.”more than 50 people have spotted notchi traipsing from lonsdale to was






facebook atwitter over friendly fox sightings in southern minnesota


a friendly pet fox named notchi has gone missing from his lakeville home and is gallivanting across southern minnesota, despite multiple run-ins with humans, a social media paign and a $1,000 reward for his return.notchi, a tame, 8-month-old red fox, was rescued from a fur farm as a kit by mikayla raines, 21, who has a usda license to keep foxes. notchi has distinctive silver and white markings because foxes used for fur often are bred over generations for unique colors.foxes generally make poor pets, raines said, because they mark their territory and chew things up.“there’s just a special bond that i have with foxes that i can’t explain,” raines said. “you have to work hard to bond with a fox, but i like the challenge.”more than 50 people have spotted notchi traipsing from lonsdale to was






northern california wine and beer events


rhone and relax: nibble on appetizers, pizza, gelato and more while learning more about rhone rangers. byor (bring your own rhone). 6 p.m. feb. 2. suite d, 21800 schellville road, sonoma. $55. $10 goes back to rhone rangers scholarship program. all scholarship dollars will be matched by the and the fig restaurant. www.figsuited.com.hopocalypse day: pick up bottles of hopocalyspe green double ipa and black label triple ipa, and try new limited hop bombs on tap at this warm-up to san francisco beer week. 1-5 p.m. feb. 4. drake’s brewing co., 1933 davis st., suite 177, san leandro.$10-$125. drinkdrakes.com.lodi wine & chocolate weekend: sip wine and sample chocolate treats as you travel between 50 wineries in the lodi appellation. win big by discovering the “golden ticket” in your complim






jan. 30 readers letters: beauty, the unstoppable weapon


a friend disheartened by the failure of the french revolution wrote to poet fredrick schiller asking what could be done after the tragic failure of that struggle for liberty. schiller wrote back, “we shall use the unstoppable weapon, beauty.”ludwig beethoven studied schiller’s poem, “ode to joy” for years but despaired of ally capturing such profound sentiments. after 20-some years of study beethoven finally memorialized schiller’s poem in his ninth symphony.last tuesday as kdfc played “beethoven’s ninth” as the no. 1 cl ical favorite selected by listeners, my heart warmed as the orchestra reached the rousing choral climax.  i thought of today’s political climate, with so many anxiously asking, “what shall we do?”  the felt like schiller whispering over my shoulder, “you must use the unsto






key till witness gave false testimony, historian says


new york (ap) — the woman at the center of the trial of emmett till’s alleged killers has acknowledged that she falsely testified he made physical and verbal threats, according to a new book.historian timothy b. tyson told the ociated press on urday that carolyn donham broke her long public silence in an interview with him in 2008. his book, “the blood of emmett till,” comes out next week.“she told me that ‘nothing that boy did could ever justify what happened to him,'” said tyson, a duke university research scholar whose previous books include “blood done sign my name” and “radio free dixie.”emmett till was a 14-year-old black tortured and killed in 1955 in mississippi after allegedly whistling at a white woman, then known as carolyn bryant.his murder be e national news, was a galvanizing






key till witness gave false testimony, historian says


new york — the woman at the center of the trial of emmett till's alleged killers has acknowledged that she falsely testified he made physical and verbal threats, according to a new book.historian timothy b. tyson told the ociated press on urday that carolyn donham broke her long public silence in an interview with him in 2008. his book, "the blood of emmett till," comes out next week."she told me that 'nothing that boy did could ever justify what happened to him,'" said tyson, a duke university research scholar whose previous books include "blood done sign my name" and "radio free dixie."emmett till was a 14-year-old black tortured and killed in 1955 in mississippi after allegedly whistling at a white woman, then known as carolyn bryant.his murder be e national news, was a galvanizing even






key emmett till witness gave false testimony


var _ndnq = _ndnq || []; _ndnq.push([’embed’]);new york (ap) — the woman at the center of the trial of emmett till’s alleged killers has acknowledged that she falsely testified that he made physical and verbal threats, according to a new book.historian timothy b. tyson told the ociated press on urday that carolyn donham broke her long public silence in an interview with him in 2008. his book, “the blood of emmett till,” comes out next week.“she told me that ‘nothing that boy did could ever justify what happened to him,'” said tyson, a duke university research scholar whose previous books include “blood done sign my name” and “radio free dixie.”emmett till was a 14-year-old black tortured and killed in 1955 in mississippi after allegedly whistling at a white woman, then known as carolyn bry






key till witness gave false testimony, historian says


new york (ap) — the woman at the center of the trial of emmett till’s alleged killers has acknowledged that she falsely testified he made physical and verbal threats, according to a new book.historian timothy b. tyson told the ociated press on urday that carolyn donham broke her long public silence in an interview with him in 2008. his book, “the blood of emmett till,” comes out next week.“she told me that ‘nothing that boy did could ever justify what happened to him,'” said tyson, a duke university research scholar whose previous books include “blood done sign my name” and “radio free dixie.”emmett till was a 14-year-old black tortured and killed in 1955 in mississippi after allegedly whistling at a white woman, then known as carolyn bryant.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 fo






mexicans begin to unite in fight against trump's plans


mexico city — mexicans are beginning to debate how to fight back against u.s. president donald trump’s aggressive stance on trade and immigration.prominent political figures have suggested the country expel u.s. law enforcement agents, stop detaining central american migrants or no longer inspect northbound trucks for drug shipments. some activist groups on friday were calling for a boycott of american brands.former president felipe calderon said thursday that “we have to design a policy of retaliation” for trump’s proposed plans, which include making mexico pay for the border wall he wants to build.“we have to put u.s. security issues under review … including the presence of (u.s.) agents” on mexican soil, calderon told local news media.the comments e after current president enrique pena






counter: ramen weather - la times


if it’s been an unaccountably long week for you too, then maybe it’s time to head to the mall. not kidding, at least if you love ramen as much as most of us do. because not only is din tai fung at the mall in glendale, there’s now a branch of one of the best ramen shops in southern california there too. so maybe stop in for a bowl of tsukemen at the tsujita — jonathan gold’s latest restaurant review — before you head up to mammoth or mountain high. you may need all that pork-intensive nourishment while you wait in those long lines.if ramen isn’t your thing (really?), then you might visit one or two of the notable neighborhood restaurants that are closing their doors, either in a few days or a few weeks. or a few of those that are opening their doors. or maybe one of the restaurants on jona






key emmett till witness gave false testimony, historian says – the denver post


denver post file p othis undated p o shows emmett louis till, a black teenager from chicago whose body was found in the tallahatchie river near money, miss. on aug. 31, 1955.by hillel italie,the ociated press new york — the woman at the center of the trial of emmett till’s alleged killers has acknowledged that she falsely testified he made physical and verbal threats, according to a new book.historian timothy b. tyson told the ociated press on urday that carolyn donham broke her long public silence in an interview with him in 2008. his book, “the blood of emmett till,” comes out next week.“she told me that ‘nothing that boy did could ever justify what happened to him,'” said tyson, a duke university research scholar whose previous books include “blood done sign my name” and “radio free dix






top san diego padres prospects, 2017 fantasy baseball


damn this system is deep, after spending the last few days studying the padres farm system like jay wrong looking to drown the sorrow of another losing season. i’ve come to even greater appreciation for gm a.j. preller, and the sheer depth of this system. since preller took control of the organization he’s turned over the farm system in a failed attempt to compete, and then almost immediately sold off the win now pieces to land himself a new and better crop of prospect talent. long known for his savvy signings on the international market during his time with the rangers, preller went bananas in the international period in 2016 landing seemingly everyone but kevin maitan. with the first wave of talent making it’s way to petco in 2017, the future is looking bright for long suffering padres f






top san diego padres prospects, 2017 fantasy baseball


damn this system is deep, after spending the last few days studying the padres farm system like jay wrong looking to drown the sorrow of another losing season. i’ve come to even greater appreciation for gm a.j. preller, and the sheer depth of this system. since preller took control of the organization he’s turned over the farm system in a failed attempt to compete, and then almost immediately sold off the win now pieces to land himself a new and better crop of prospect talent. long known for his savvy signings on the international market during his time with the rangers, preller went bananas in the international period in 2016 landing seemingly everyone but kevin maitan. with the first wave of talent making it’s way to petco in 2017, the future is looking bright for long suffering padres f






top san diego padres prospects, 2017 fantasy baseball


damn this system is deep, after spending the last few days studying the padres farm system like jay wrong looking to drown the sorrow of another losing season, that’s all i can say. in fact, i’ve come to have an even greater appreciation for gm a.j. preller, and the sheer depth of this system. since preller took control of the organization he’s turned over the farm system in a failed attempt to compete, and then almost immediately sold off the win now pieces to land himself a new and better crop of prospect talent. long known for his savvy signings on the international market during his time with the rangers, preller went bananas in the international period in 2016 landing seemingly everyone but kevin maitan. with the first wave of talent making it’s way to petco in 2017, the future is loo






teen p ion for pool tables changed twin cities collector's life – and home


when greg peterson first played pool at a friend’s house, he liked the game — but he really liked the table.“i went home and said i wanted to buy a pool table,” he recalled. his dad suggested they make one instead. so peterson, already an ace in his school wood-shop cl , e up with a design, based on his friend’s table, and started gathering materials. “i couldn’t afford slate, so i used particleboard.”he was just 15 when he finished that first table. homemade tables were an interesting project, but he soon found himself fascinated with antique pool tables, especially the elaborate ones from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, with their exotic woods, intricate details and fine craftsmanship.peterson was eager to put his newly acquired skills to work restoring vintage tables, a quest th






ryan suter enjoying life in minnesota on, off the ice


brooks suter was all smiles, his cheeks red and his blond hair damp from a 70-minute outdoor practice at minnesota made in edina on wednesday night.ryan suter helped gear down his 6-year-old son by unlacing brooks’ tiny skates and removing the helmet with a no. 20 decal that pays homage to brooks’ late grandfather and ryan’s dad, bob.the wild defenseman couldn’t help thinking this is why he signed with minnesota in the first place.“it’s perfect. the midwest, where i grew up. outdoor hockey. [wife] becky’s family is here. my family, three hours away. a winning team,” suter said. “things are good, and hopefully they stay that way. i didn’t do this for me. i did it for my family.”as suter zipped up brooks’ bag, he spotted a “let’s play hockey” magazine on a nearby table. on the cover was a pi






how abortion activists hijacked the women’s movement


as feminists descend by the hundreds of thousands upon washington this week—one crowd for the women’s march last urday to protest president trump’s election and another for the march for life on friday to protest the supreme court’s 1973 roe v. wade decision—americans need to step back from the fray and ask three serious questions.why can’t the elite media see that the fierce abortion debate dividing our nation represents not a war against women but a war between women? when, where, how and why did this catfight between feminists begin? and is there any hope for unity and peace?as an investigative reporter and author of the book “subverted: how i helped the ual revolution hijack the women’s movement,” i spent more than four years seeking answers to these questions. a former cosmopolitan wr






u.s. defense secretary orders review of f-35 joint strike fighter program


taming two of president donald trump’s pet peeves in one move, the pentagon has ordered military leaders to find ways to drive down the costs of both the maligned joint strike fighter and proposed replacement jetliners for the air force one program.announced friday but issued on thursday by new secretary of defense james mattis, the pair of memorandums instructs the armed forces to reopen reviews into lockheed martin’s $1.5 trillion lightning ii strike fighter and boeing’s $3.7 billion replacement plan for the two jets used to ferry the president around the world.in a stream of tweets and in closed meetings with lockheed martin and boeing executives, trump has squabbled over the proposed costs for both procurement programs, but the project that remains most important to america’s defense n






colleges take on the hyperloop with car batteries, magnets, carbon fiber and ple


uc berkeley junior ray chen took a look around at dozens of other student projects. he scratched his head and let out a dejected revelation. “we seem to have underplayed a bit here,” chen said.uc berkeley was among 30 universities and one high school that spent more than a year designing and developing railcars for a hyperloop, the high-speed transportation system billionaire entrepreneur elon musk coined in 2013. the idea is to autonomously accelerate levitating pods through low-pressure tunnels and tubes, reducing friction and boosting speed. over the weekend, students had their first chance to zip their creations through a nearly mile-long test tube musk had erected on a shut-down traffic lane outside spacex headquarters in hawthorne. the uc berkeley team ended up having few electronics






elusive funding for mike pence’s bicentennial projects dogs his home state


the bicentennial plaza at the indiana state house is ready to be enjoyed by the public. the plaza is centered on the intersection of senate avenue and robert d. orr plaza. the new plaza creates a public space that can be used by government center employees, along with all citizens and visitors to indiana. the design is intended to make the plaza an engaging space that includes a water feature and two public art pieces, one representing elements of the torch and another as a figurative interpretation of a time capsule. (p o: matt kryger/indystar)indianapolis — vice president mike pence has a new home in washington, d.c., and an office in the white house, but back in indiana, state officials are still scrambling to figure out how to pay for several bicentennial construction projects pence in






elusive funding for mike pence’s bicentennial projects dogs his home state


the bicentennial plaza at the indiana state house is ready to be enjoyed by the public. the plaza is centered on the intersection of senate avenue and robert d. orr plaza. the new plaza creates a public space that can be used by government center employees, along with all citizens and visitors to indiana. the design is intended to make the plaza an engaging space that includes a water feature and two public art pieces, one representing elements of the torch and another as a figurative interpretation of a time capsule. (p o: matt kryger/indystar)indianapolis — vice president mike pence has a new home in washington, d.c., and an office in the white house, but back in indiana, state officials are still scrambling to figure out how to pay for several bicentennial construction projects pence in






elusive funding for mike pence’s bicentennial projects dogs his home state


the bicentennial plaza at the indiana state house is ready to be enjoyed by the public. the plaza is centered on the intersection of senate avenue and robert d. orr plaza. the new plaza creates a public space that can be used by government center employees, along with all citizens and visitors to indiana. the design is intended to make the plaza an engaging space that includes a water feature and two public art pieces, one representing elements of the torch and another as a figurative interpretation of a time capsule. (p o: matt kryger/indystar)indianapolis — vice president mike pence has a new home in washington, d.c., and an office in the white house, but back in indiana, state officials are still scrambling to figure out how to pay for several bicentennial construction projects pence in






women's march activists, one week later, seek to build a movement


signs left after the jan. 21 women's march on washington.(p o: john minchillo, ap)pallas diaz is fired up. terri siler is raising money. emiliana guereca is encouraging others to get involved.these three women from florida, indiana and california, and many, many others, want to take the energy from last urday's women's marches and channel it into a movement. interviews with  participants from throughout the usa today network underscore the challenges that activists face in the aftermath of a march that had little national infrastructure. they say it’s up to participants in critical swing states and districts to take the initiative and set priorities. and they hope they can organize in the geog hic areas that matter most as democrats seek to win back the u.s. house and senate.“right now the






women's march activists, one week later, seek to build a movement


signs left after the jan. 21 women's march on washington.(p o: john minchillo, ap)pallas diaz is fired up. terri siler is raising money. emiliana guereca is encouraging others to get involved.these three women from florida, indiana and california, and many, many others, want to take the energy from last urday's women's marches and channel it into a movement. interviews with  participants from throughout the usa today network underscore the challenges that activists face in the aftermath of a march that had little national infrastructure. they say it’s up to participants in critical swing states and districts to take the initiative and set priorities. and they hope they can organize in the geog hic areas that matter most as democrats seek to win back the u.s. house and senate.“right now the






women's march activists, one week later, seek to build a movement


signs left after the jan. 21 women's march on washington.(p o: john minchillo, ap)pallas diaz is fired up. terri siler is raising money. emiliana guereca is encouraging others to get involved.these three women from florida, indiana and california, and many, many others, want to take the energy from last urday's women's marches and channel it into a movement. interviews with  participants from throughout the usa today network underscore the challenges that activists face in the aftermath of a march that had little national infrastructure. they say it’s up to participants in critical swing states and districts to take the initiative and set priorities. and they hope they can organize in the geog hic areas that matter most as democrats seek to win back the u.s. house and senate.“right now the






women's march activists, one week later, seek to build a movement


signs left after the jan. 21 women's march on washington.(p o: john minchillo, ap)pallas diaz is fired up. terri siler is raising money. emiliana guereca is encouraging others to get involved.these three women from florida, indiana and california, and many, many others, want to take the energy from last urday's women's marches and channel it into a movement. interviews with  participants from throughout the usa today network underscore the challenges that activists face in the aftermath of a march that had little national infrastructure. they say it’s up to participants in critical swing states and districts to take the initiative and set priorities. and they hope they can organize in the geog hic areas that matter most as democrats seek to win back the u.s. house and senate.“right now the






women's march activists, one week later, seek to build a movement


signs left after the jan. 21 women's march on washington.(p o: john minchillo, ap)pallas diaz is fired up. terri siler is raising money. emiliana guereca is encouraging others to get involved.these three women from florida, indiana and california, and many, many others, want to take the energy from last urday's women's marches and channel it into a movement. interviews with  participants from throughout the usa today network underscore the challenges that activists face in the aftermath of a march that had little national infrastructure. they say it’s up to participants in critical swing states and districts to take the initiative and set priorities. and they hope they can organize in the geog hic areas that matter most as democrats seek to win back the u.s. house and senate.“right now the






women's march activists, one week later, seek to build a movement


signs left after the jan. 21 women's march on washington.(p o: john minchillo, ap)pallas diaz is fired up. terri siler is raising money. emiliana guereca is encouraging others to get involved.these three women from florida, indiana and california, and many, many others, want to take the energy from last urday's women's marches and channel it into a movement. interviews with  participants from throughout the usa today network underscore the challenges that activists face in the aftermath of a march that had little national infrastructure. they say it’s up to participants in critical swing states and districts to take the initiative and set priorities. and they hope they can organize in the geog hic areas that matter most as democrats seek to win back the u.s. house and senate.“right now the






women's march activists, one week later, seek to build a movement


signs left after the jan. 21 women's march on washington.(p o: john minchillo, ap)pallas diaz is fired up. terri siler is raising money. emiliana guereca is encouraging others to get involved.these three women from florida, indiana and california, and many, many others, want to take the energy from last urday's women's marches and channel it into a movement. interviews with  participants from throughout the usa today network underscore the challenges that activists face in the aftermath of a march that had little national infrastructure. they say it’s up to participants in critical swing states and districts to take the initiative and set priorities. and they hope they can organize in the geog hic areas that matter most as democrats seek to win back the u.s. house and senate.“right now the






women's march activists, one week later, seek to build a movement


signs left after the jan. 21 women's march on washington.(p o: john minchillo, ap)pallas diaz is fired up. terri siler is raising money. emiliana guereca is encouraging others to get involved.these three women from florida, indiana and california, and many, many others, want to take the energy from last urday's women's marches and channel it into a movement. interviews with  participants from throughout the usa today network underscore the challenges that activists face in the aftermath of a march that had little national infrastructure. they say it’s up to participants in critical swing states and districts to take the initiative and set priorities. and they hope they can organize in the geog hic areas that matter most as democrats seek to win back the u.s. house and senate.“right now the






women's march activists, one week later, seek to build a movement


signs left after the jan. 21 women's march on washington.(p o: john minchillo, ap)pallas diaz is fired up. terri siler is raising money. emiliana guereca is encouraging others to get involved.these three women from florida, indiana and california, and many, many others, want to take the energy from last urday's women's marches and channel it into a movement. interviews with  participants from throughout the usa today network underscore the challenges that activists face in the aftermath of a march that had little national infrastructure. they say it’s up to participants in critical swing states and districts to take the initiative and set priorities. and they hope they can organize in the geog hic areas that matter most as democrats seek to win back the u.s. house and senate.“right now the






women's march activists, one week later, seek to build a movement


signs left after the jan. 21 women's march on washington.(p o: john minchillo, ap)pallas diaz is fired up. terri siler is raising money. emiliana guereca is encouraging others to get involved.these three women from florida, indiana and california, and many, many others, want to take the energy from last urday's women's marches and channel it into a movement. interviews with  participants from throughout the usa today network underscore the challenges that activists face in the aftermath of a march that had little national infrastructure. they say it’s up to participants in critical swing states and districts to take the initiative and set priorities. and they hope they can organize in the geog hic areas that matter most as democrats seek to win back the u.s. house and senate.“right now the






women's march activists, one week later, seek to build a movement


signs left after the jan. 21 women's march on washington.(p o: john minchillo, ap) 16 connectlinkedinemailmorepallas diaz is fired up. terri siler is raising money. emiliana guereca is encouraging others to get involved.these three women from florida, indiana and california, and many, many others, want to take the energy from last urday's women's marches and channel it into a movement. interviews with  participants from throughout the usa today network underscore the challenges that activists face in the aftermath of a march that had little national infrastructure. they say it’s up to participants in critical swing states and districts to take the initiative and set priorities. and they hope they can organize in the geog hic areas that matter most as democrats seek to win back the u.s. hou