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home listings: what $510,000 buys in the twin cities


bloomingtonbuilt in 1985, this five-bedroom, four-bathroom house has 3,869 square feet and features three bedrooms on one level, two fireplaces, eat-in kitchen with granite countertops, formal dining room, screen porch, full finished walkout basement and four-car attached garage. listed by eric katz, edina realty, 651-762-2127.minneapolis minneapolis built in 1926, this three-bedroom, three-bathroom house in the fulton neighborhood has 2,225 square feet and features a sunken living room with barreled ceiling, a fireplace, updated kitchen, full finished basement, deck and one-car oversized garage. listed by kris waggoner, edina realty, 612-965-3655.north oaksbuilt in 1972, this four-bedroom, four-bathroom house has 3,933 square feet and features vaulted ceilings, two fireplaces, finished w






evening forecast: low of 22; mostly cloudy with a few flurries


afternoon star tribune local twin cities (minneapolis/st. paul) weather video forecast  broadcast weather january 28, 2017 — 3:37pm






afternoon forecast: cloudy, with chance of flurries


afternoon star tribune local twin cities (minneapolis/st. paul) weather video forecast  broadcast weather january 28, 2017 — 12:43pm






great northern roll out looks to add muscle to local winter fests


the “great northern” is underway.the inaugural run of the 10-day outdoor celebration seeks to integrate and amplify the festive-to-economic impacts of the sport-to-food-to-art events of the st. paul winter carnival, city of lakes loppet ski festival and the u.s. pond hockey championships this weekend at lake nokomis.the idea of the great northern umbrella is that one-plus-one-plus-one can equal four or five, even in the dead of winter.“our no. 1 regional issue is the ‘equity gap’ [among female and minority workers in the workforce], no. 2 is the worker shortage and no. 3 is perceptions about winter,” said r.t. rybak, ceo of the minneapolis foundation who helped start the loppet in 2002. “we can do all the summer festivals we want and the els are still full. but there’s no american city tha






ksl cl ifieds


the all new ksl cl ifieds app - utah's most popular cl ifieds marketplace in the palm of your hands. looking for something to buy? find like a bajillion listings in cl ifieds, cars, and homes. have something to sell? with over 3. 75 gazillion unique visitors per month, items listed on ksl are gone before you know it. looking for your next career move? our jobs section has the most current job openings in utah. features. post items for sale in seconds - list faster, sell quicker. buy locally - shop for new and used items near you. find your next car - thousands of new and used cars posted every day. view for rent and for sale properties in our homes section. browse local job opportunities and submit your resume directly from the app.






small business owners brace for new regulations in minneapolis and st. paul


customers pushed afro deli owner abdirahman kahin to offer eco-friendly takeout containers, so he made that switch before the city demanded it. then minneapolis and st. paul required employers to provide sick time, and he agreed to bump up his employees’ benefits.but now minneapolis is looking into increasing the minimum wage — and kahin isn’t sure how he would absorb that cost.“it’s a lot and it’s not good for the small businesses,” said kahin, who has a restaurant in st. paul and is opening another in minneapolis. “we’re not against people getting more money, but we are worried about how to keep running our business.”across the twin cities, small business owners are starting the year warily, bracing for dramatic changes as city leaders in st. paul and minneapolis impose sick-leave rules






voxel virtual reality parlour in st. paul offers an eye-opening night out


when jeff trinh-sy first tried out virtual reality with some of his neighbors, it was, well, an eye-opening experience.“i put the headset on and i instantly thought this was going to change everything — it’s going to be the future of industry,” said trinh-sy, who teaches physics, astronomy and robotics at the blake school in minneapolis.it made him wonder why more people weren’t obsessed — or at least interested — in the emerging technology. so he decided to help make it his mission to help expose more people to it.in october, he quietly opened the first virtual reality lounge in the twin cities. voxel virtual reality parlour also is among the first crop of such businesses around the country bringing the new technology to the m es.the 1,500-square-foot space is in the same building as lake






with california's 'sanctuary cities,' trump might be starting a fight he can't w


with california's 'sanctuary cities,' trump might be starting a fight he can't wintrump's recent executive orders put cities and counties on notice that they would lose federal funding if they didn’t start cooperating with immigration agentstrump's recent executive orders put cities and counties on notice that they would lose federal funding if they didn’t start cooperating with immigration agentssee more videos






pack residents of seattle like new yorkers, and half the city would be empty


seattle is getting denser but nowhere near the tightly packed cities of new york, san francisco or boston, as these maps show. also: a mercer island seafood seller readies an expansion into other locally produces foods.we all know seattle is packing in lots more people. in fact, seattle — one of the nation’s fastest-growing cities — has climbed up to 10th in the rankings of major u.s. cities with the highest population density.and yet, for all the consternation about seattleites living on top of each other, we’re practically a sprawled-out suburb compared to other top-tier cities across the country and the world.a clever set of new maps produced by the website sparefoot, which writes about real estate and other topics, uses census data on population and land area to illustrate just how spr






georgia lawmaker s behind adult entertainment store while traveling with storm r


columbus, ga. -- a georgia lawmaker is recovering from a guns wound after he says he was s while traveling with several thousand dollars in donations for storm relief efforts.state rep. gerald greene, 69, had stopped for gas in columbus when he was s in the leg thursday, a spokesman for georgia house speaker david ralston told statehouse reporters.but greene told cbs affiliate wrbl-tv of columbus he was in a parking lot behind foxes cinema, an adult entertainment store, when he was s . a news crew from the station found fresh blood on the concrete behind the business, the station reported.in an interview, greene told the station that a man pointed a gun at his chest, demanded money and then s him in the leg. the robber did not get the donations to the american red cross he had with him, he






malcolm x's daughter, granddaughter arrested in maryland


the daughter and granddaughter of malcolm x were arrested for animal cruelty and theft, reports the new york post. malikah shabazz, 51, and her 19-year-old daughter bettih, were busted in a wal-mart parking lot in maryland wednesday (jan. 25).read: malcolm x on death: “i have no fear whatsoever of anybody or anything”mother and daughter were taken into custody after seven pit bulls were found stacked in crates inside their reportedly stolen u-haul truck. the two face seven counts of animal cruelty and vehicle theft, and have been released on $2,000 bond.malikah and her twin sister, malaak, are the youngest daughters of malcolm x and betty shabazz. in 2011, malikah was sentenced to probation for identity theft.read: revisiting the historic meeting of malcolm x and fidel castro in harlem






uber ceo offers compen ion for drivers impacted by immigration ban, will talk to


this afternoon i sent the email below to uber employees:team,yesterday president trump signed an executive order suspending entry of citizens from seven countries—iran, iraq, libya, somalia, sudan, syria and yemen—to the united states for at least the next 90 days.our people ops team has already reached out to the dozen or so employees who we know are affected: for example, those who live and work in the u.s., are legal residents but not naturalized citizens will not be able to get back into the country if they are traveling outside of the u.s. now or anytime in the next 90 days. anyone who believes that this order could impact them should contact [email protected] immediately.this order has far broader implications as it also affects thousands of drivers who use uber and come from the






knife crime in uk cities 'turning people into monsters'


a investigation has revealed the extent of knife crime across the uk.figures show that a knife or blade was used in a crime every 16 minutes on average last year.the number of incidents involving machetes has risen by more than 60% over the last three years in england and wales - that is according to freedom of information request responses from just over half of police forces.knife crime across england and wales is up 11% in the last year and nearing levels of five years ago.the home office says knife crime remains below levels in 2010 but it recognises there is more to be done.the 's ed thomas visited liverpool to meet people who say they carry knives every day.correspondent: ed thomas; producer & director: noel titheradge; era: phillip edwards; drone era: john dyson; edited by ed ra






property: business as usual?


we’ve already seen a lot of real estate activity in 2017 and we’re not even up to the super bowl, which traditionally kicks off the start of the sales season here in southern california. if our prognosticator skills are intact and january is any indication, we’re in for another busy housing market as prices continue to creep upward.– neal j. leitereg and lauren bealewhere the stars align producer richard perry and actress jane fonda are ready for a scene change in beverly hills, listing their home of five years for sale at $12.999 million.the contemporary-style home, built in 1961 and completely renovated, was previously owned by emmy award-winning television director john rich, who died in 2012 at 86. fonda and perry paid $7.3 million for the home that year.the multi-level 7,500-square-fo






jack sutin, jewish resistance leader during wwii, dies at 103 in mn


for longtime twin cities resident jack sutin, love and resistance went hand in hand.during world war ii, sutin led a small group of jewish partisans that gathered arms and fought the nazis in poland. years later, in america, he and his wife were the subjects of a book about their experiences that won the minnesota book award.sutin died tuesday at his home in st. louis park. he was 103.born in stolpce, poland, sutin lived in a jewish ghetto with his parents following the nazis' 1941 breach of hitler and stalin's nonaggression pact. after his mother died, sutin and his father fled to the woods of eastern poland.there jack met his future wife, rochelle. they were married in a jewish partisan bunker in december 1942. they spent the next few years fighting with the resistance, ambushing german






jack sutin, jewish resistance leader during wwii, dies at 103 in mn


for longtime twin cities resident jack sutin, love and resistance went hand in hand.during world war ii, sutin led a small group of jewish partisans who gathered arms and fought the nazis in poland. years later, in america, he and his wife were the subjects of a book about their experiences that won the minnesota book award.sutin died tuesday at his home in st. louis park. he was 103.born in stolpce, then in poland but now a city in belarus, sutin lived in a jewish ghetto with his parents following the nazis' 1941 breach of hitler and stalin's nonaggression pact. after his mother died, sutin and his father fled to the woods of eastern poland.there jack met his future wife, rochelle. they were married in a jewish partisan bunker in december 1942. they spent the next few years fighting with






jack sutin, jewish resistance leader during wwii, dies at 103 in mn


for longtime twin cities resident jack sutin, love and resistance went hand in hand.during world war ii, sutin led a small group of jewish partisans who gathered arms and fought the nazis in poland. years later, in america, he and his wife were the subjects of a book about their experiences that won the minnesota book award.sutin died tuesday at his home in st. louis park. he was 103.born in stolpce, then in poland but now a city in belarus, sutin lived in a jewish ghetto with his parents following the nazis’ 1941 breach of hitler and stalin’s nonaggression pact. after his mother died, sutin and his father fled to the woods of eastern poland.there jack met his future wife, rochelle. they were married in a jewish partisan bunker in december 1942. they spent the next few years fighting with






jack sutin, jewish resistance leader during wwii, dies at 103 in mn


for longtime twin cities resident jack sutin, love and resistance went hand in hand.during world war ii, sutin led a small group of jewish partisans who gathered arms and fought the nazis in poland. years later, in america, he and his wife were the subjects of a book about their experiences that won the minnesota book award.sutin died tuesday at his home in st. louis park. he was 103.born in stolpce, then in poland but now a city in belarus, sutin lived in a jewish ghetto with his parents following the nazis’ 1941 breach of hitler and stalin’s nonaggression pact. after his mother died, sutin and his father fled to the woods of eastern poland.there jack met his future wife, rochelle. they were married in a jewish partisan bunker in december 1942. they spent the next few years fighting with






asus zenpad 3s 10, first take: a premium 9.7-inch android tablet at an affordabl


it's not easy being a tablet maker if android is your operating system of choice and the premium end of the market are your target, because apple controls so much of that tablet business. but there is a market, and asus, which has produced some very good tablets in the past, is prepared to stick with it. that's good news, as the zenpad 3s 10 has a lot going for it.the temptation is to compare this latest asus tablet with apple's 9.7-inch ipad pro. the two devices do share some characteristics, such as a 9.7-inch 1,536-by-2,048-pixel screen, but they're a long way apart in other aspects outside of the obvious os difference. take the price, for example: the zenpad 3s 10 costs £299 (inc. vat) in its 32gb guise, while a 32gb ipad pro 9.7 will cost you £549. (incidentally, $299 buys you a 64gb






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






a curved surface: microsoft always wins


it’s quarterly reporting season and microsoft is winning once again. why, their revenue is up a whopping 1 percent and many of their numbers are only down a little! despite all the rain up there, it’s always blue skies in redmond.writing for the verge, peter bright gives us the good news. “microsoft’s 2q17: cloud growth slows, windows surprising, surface resilient.” (tip o’ the antlers to @realworldrj.)resilient!and, well, down. surface sales were down. um… yeah.as bad as the phone situation is…oh, yeah, the phone situation is terrible, by the way. whoo, boy, is it bad. like, down 81 percent kind of bad. yeeow. but who buys smartphones anymore anyway? and why be such a downer? let’s get to the computer thing which is great news. because that’s just down a little.…microsoft's other foray in






this flowchart helps you decide if that impulse purchase is a good idea


in the moment, you can justify pretty much any purchase decision. maybe you do need a third coffee maker and more flannel shirts—they’re 40% off! but wait, do you really? this flowchart helps you figure out if your desire to buy is actually out of necessity or just an impulse.a bit of planning can save you a ton of money when it comes to buying throughout the year. here’s… read more read morewe’re not really good at stepping back and asking ourselves the hard questions that need to be asked, such as “do you already own one of these?” or “do you really need it now?” and so we might end up wasting money on things we don’t truly need or want. no worries, we can get better at resisting impulse buys with practice, and the series of questions in this flowchart is a starting point. i’ll be the fi






charlotte thinks a $175m mls stadium will help heal racial divisions


no matter how many studies show that new sports stadiums don’t help cities nearly as much as officials say they will, people across america keep on insisting a new stadium is the cure for all of their cities’ ills.in the latest and perhaps most ridiculous example, michael smith, ceo of charlotte center city partners, thinks a proposed mls stadium in charlotte would heal the city’s racial divisions.via the charlotte observer:smith also said the new stadium would offer an opportunity to help heal the racial divisions in charlotte that erupted following the sept. 20 keith lamont scott shooting by a charlotte-mecklenburg police officer.“this is a $175 million public project,” said smith. “we as a city were changed last september … this is an opportunity for us to have a really large investment






a curved surface: microsoft always wins


it’s quarterly reporting season and microsoft is winning once again. why, their revenue is up a whopping 1 percent and many of their numbers are only down a little! despite all the rain up there, it’s always blue skies in redmond. writing for ars technica, peter bright gives us the good news. “microsoft’s 2q17: cloud growth slows, windows surprising, surface resilient.” (tip o’ the antlers to @realworldrj.) resilient! and, well, down. surface sales were down. um… yeah. as bad as the phone situation is… oh, yeah, the phone situation is terrible, by the way. whoo, boy, is it bad. like, down 81 percent kind of bad. yeeow. but who buys smartphones anymore anyway? and why be such a downer? let’s get to the computer thing which is great news. because that’s just down a little. …microsoft'






contemporary home in lincoln park: $4.7m


1848 howe st. in chicago: $4,700,000listed on jan. 23, 2017this home, built by middlefork, inclues six bedrooms, 5.2 baths, three family rooms, a chef's kitchen, a 2.5-car garage and four wood-burning fireplaces. details include a cut limestone fireplace and range hood surrounds, reclaimed wood ceiling and a wine cellar. the home is located near lincoln elementary school and lincoln park high school.agent: the ballis group of coldwell banker residential brokerage’s halsted office, 312-867-8166to feature your luxury listing of $800,000 or more in chicago tribune’s dream homes, send listing information and high-res p os to [email protected]






trump's move on refugees stirs praise, worry in minnesota


the president’s move to restrict the flow of refugees to the united states was welcomed by his minnesota supporters but widely condemned by others who urged caution in the treatment of people fleeing war.the order suspends all refugee resettlement for four months to allow for a review of the screening process and bans syrian refugees and any refugees after the first 50,000 per year until president trump decides otherwise. in remarks from the pentagon on friday, trump said the moves were necessary to prevent terrorists from entering the nation.the united states was projected to accept 110,000 refugees in fiscal year 2017.a draft of the order was circulating online as early as wednesday, and it won support from some in minnesota, and condemnation from others.putting a stop to all refugees am






all day charger for mobile gadgets / boing boing


i bought this usb charging unit because i have a lousy sense of direction. i get lost in buildings and in cities, even ones i’m familiar with. my iphone’s gps map is a godsend. i use it when i’m driving, walking, and taking public transportation.when i was in tokyo in june, i brought along a small android phone installed with a local data sim card. i used the phone as a wireless spot for my iphone, and appreciated having access to the online map to guide me from my el to the subway station, and to attractions like the tsukiji fish market and kabuki-cho. it was also nice to call home using skype, and to post instagram p os. the only problem was that the batteries on the android phone and iphone drained after a few hours, forcing me to ask people, chikatetsu wa doko desu ka? in badly-accente






california gets ready to punch back / boing boing


threats from the trump administration to withhold federal funds from sanctuary cities have caused california to start looking for methods to not pay taxes to the federal government. california's long-time status as a "donor state," one that pays more tax than it receives in federal funding, has been a contentious issue. teapublicans have also long claimed the government has no right to tax people, anyways, and it'd be super fun to see what they have to say about liberals using their rhetoric against them. regardless, it should scare the ill-fitting pants off our illegitimately elected president that the most populous state, contributing the most money to his coffers, has state officials looking for ways to not pay taxes, and a public movement to secede. he may be in a place to push his






elevated china bus driving


want to know what's coming new in modern transportation system? let's get ready to check your driving skills with new and latest china bus service in elevated china bus driving game on different fast and overcrowded roads. this concept will give you an idea of futuristic traffic system in modern and congested cities. this is a new kind of elevated bus service which p es through the roads without causing a rush on roads. the other traffic goes beneath it without stopping and causing any rush. your duty is to pick the p engers from multiple stops and drop them at their exact destinations. you have to stop at red signals and should wait for your turn. you need to start the bus first accelerate slowly and then gear up. this is a solution for problems in transit system. this simulation bus i






hamas on the two-state solution and a new charter | israel


in an extended interview with senior hamas leader and spokesman osama hamdan, we discuss the release of a new hamas charter that may eliminate its anti-semitic language."when we are talking about the jews, we are not against their religion, we are not against their beliefs, we are not against them as a people," says hamdan. "we are against the one who is occupying our cities, villages."when asked about an independent palestine, hamdan said they would support a "palestinian state on the lines of june 4, 1967, including the right of return and jerusalem as a capital for the state", but declined to call it a "two-state solution".for more from this interview, click here.follow upfront on twitter @ajupfront and facebook.source: al jazeera news






amazon's open alexa takes on apple's closed homekit initiative


why it matters to you the home automation market is creating a choice between fewer but more-secure apple homekit devices, and the more open amazon alexa.apple’s homekit serves as the foundation of its own unique approach to home automation technology. homekit is a set of software tools that developers and device manufacturers can use to build solutions tying together various smart devices like lighting, appliances, and home security systems.homekit has been fairly successful, with a number of partners making a wide range of home automation products using apple’s platform, and it benefits from being the first to have been built into a popular operating system in ios 10. however, competition from competitors like amazon’s alexa and the brand-new google home has been fierce, and apple’s usu






miami mayor carlos gimenez concedes to trump’s immigration rules on sanctuary ci


miami-dade county mayor carlos gimenez’s decision to reverse the county’s policy immigration detainer requests from the u.s department of immigration and customs enforcement (ice) has given president trump his first big win on immigration since taking office.trump warned that federal funding for counties with “sanctuary cities” would be stopped if the federal laws were not followed.gimenez issued a memo stating the miami-dade would put a hold on undocumented inmates at the county jail if requested.“in light of the provisions of the executive order, i direct you and your staff to honor all immigration detainer requests received from the department of homeland security,” gimenez wrote in the brief memo.“i want to make sure we don’t put in jeopardy the millions of funds we get from the federa






small french city shows smart transportation system proof of concept


why it matters to you efficient urban transportation systems will lessen city dwellers' needs for cars.as modern cities smarten up, the priority for many will be transportation. belfort, a mid-sized french industrial city of 50,000, serves as proof of concept for improved urban transportation that does not require the time and expense of covering the city with sensors and eras.working with tata consultancy services (tcs) and gfi informatique, the board of public transportation of belfort overhauled bus service mana ent of the city’s 100-plus buses. the project entailed a combination of id cards, gps-equipped card readers on buses, and big data analysis. the collected data was used to measure bus speed from stop to stop, p enger flow to observe when and where people got on and off, and bus






3 people found dead inside washington state home after fire


bremerton, wash. — three people were found dead inside a kitsap county home that was engulfed in flames and authorities on urday searched for the homeowner, who was missing along with his truck, a sheriff's spokesman said.the deaths of the two men and a woman were cl ified as homicides, kitsap county deputy scott wilson said urday in a phone interview from the scene.authorities asked the public to be on the lookout for the homeowner, 43-year-old john derek careaga, and to call 911 if he shows up.he is believed to be driving a brown 2005 ford f-150 truck with washington state license plates ca9383b, wilson said.careaga is considered a missing person at this point in the investigation, wilson said.a 16-year-old boy, hunter schaap-jocsan, was found safe urday after at first being considered m






rescued yorkies now up to 123


an elderly couple said to have hoarded 92 yorkies in a feces-filled home in poway actually had 31 more dogs hidden off-site, the san diego humane society said friday. the little dogs were found at a different poway location on tuesday evening and taken into custody, spokeswoman kelli schry said. that increases the total number of dogs turned over by the couple to 123 — 114 dogs and nine puppies. already, more than 200 peole have reached out to the humane society via facebook or email to express interest in adopting the animals, schry said., but that doesn’t put them on any kind of list for consideration. updates on when the animals will be available for adoption, as well as how to apply, will be posted on the humane society’s website. schry suggested that people sign up for the society’s e






california vs. trump: how the constitution might protect 'sanctuary' cities from


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former affordable care act chief offers health-care prescription


the minnesotan who ran obamacare for the last two years is looking for ways to save, rather than sack, the affordable care act.andy slavitt has returned to his home in edina after serving as acting administrator at the centers for medicare and medicaid services (cms), the m ive federal agency that has been responsible for implementing the controversial health law.the law’s future is in jeopardy with republicans vowing to repeal and replace it, but slavitt sees the chance for bipartisan repairs instead. he has experience bailing out the affordable care act (aca), since slavitt was the executive at unitedhealth group’s optum division who led a rescue of the healthcare.gov website after its disastrous launch in 2013.slavitt’s not going back to his old job at optum, and says he won’t become a






trump’s immigration orders likely to face legal and fiscal challenges


heath haussamen / nmpolitics.neta scene from the u.s./mexico border in 2016. in the foreground, behind a barbed-wire fence, u.s. border patrol agents speak with each other in el paso, texas. across the rio grande, in the background, is cuidad juárez, mexico.a barrage of legal and fiscal challenges is sure to dog two executive orders president trump signed wednesday that reflect his promises to build a “great wall” and attack cities sympathetic to undocumented residents.on wednesday, trump ordered the department of homeland security to begin planning for a 2,000-mile-long u.s.-mexico wall — as well as the addition of additional border agents, more detention centers and a plan to withhold federal funds from so-called “sanctuary cities.”the president said his executive orders would restore “r






razzwired, 2016-17 fantasy basketball


austin rivers is finally busting out, and showing the ability that we all knew he had.  it appears that biggest factors in this breakout are minutes and confidence.  rivers is playing with swagger now, and the numbers bear that out.  over the last two weeks he’s averaging a slash line of 17.2/2.3/4.3/0.5/0.3 with 2.2 treys, 48% fg and 80% from the stripe.  he’s a must-own while cp3 is out, and frankly, he should be a solid part of the clippers future from here on out.  unfortunately he’s now just over 50% owned in most leagues, so this is the last call on rivers.  please go get him…secondly, i would just like to point out what a miserable team the sacramento kings are.  rudy gay is out now, yet nobody gained any value.  how is that even possible??? gay’s injury opened up 34 minutes per gam






gharelu nuskhe


gharelu nuskhe or home remedies is great collection of best known remedies for diseases. aayurveda become a important role in our day to day life and its best part is that there is no side effect of ayurveda. so, we come with this gharelu nuskhe of ayurveda which means you can cure some disease at home. you will find a solution to almost everything right here. with the increased stress and pollution, make sure your health, beauty and wellness is taken care of from head to toe. these easy to follow ayurvedic remedies in hindi hold the age old secrets of indian medicine that can treat almost all the ailments. benefits of ayurvedic gharelu nuskhe. 1. made up from herbs, spices, fruits, and vegetables2. simple to prepare, pure and no side effects on body3. can cure 100's of ailments, like a






from piccolo to pizza, the best restaurants for date night in the twin cities


rick nelson is here to answer any and all dining-related questions. send your queries to [email protected]: we have a significant anniversary coming up. where should we celebrate?a: my immediate reaction is to recommend piccolo (4300 bryant av. s., mpls., 612-827-8111, piccolompls.com), in part because it’s an extraordinary experience, one that will feel entirely suitable to your occasion. another reason is that this four-star is not going to be around forever. chef doug flicker and his business partner and spouse, amy greeley, are closing up shop march 11. actually, don’t wait for a special occasion to book a table. q: thursday is our date night. any suggestions for helping us out of our rut?a: how about pizza? every thursday evening, baker solveig tofte pulls pizzas from her






louise erdrich leads finalists for minnesota book awards


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refugee action by trump hailed, denounced


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missing rights activists return home safely in pakistan


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3 found dead in burning kitsap county home; owner missing


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7 ways to make your home one you're excited to come back to each day


when you think of your home, does it evoke a welcoming, cozy, happy feeling? our homes are a personal extension of ourselves. when we walk through the door, we should feel joy, contentment and peace. although most of us want these things for our homes, we don’t always know where to start in creating this atmosphere.below are must-know design ideas on how to make a happy home.use soothing colors and textureslook around your home and take in your surroundings. does it exude soothing colors and textures that are both welcoming and inviting?a home with soothing shades and soft textures set the overall mood. think tranquil blues, greens, greys, whites, and beiges. choose soft furniture with rounded edges and hardwood floors with soft area rugs. use soft lighting and candles to produce a calming






timelapse of curly icicles being extruded from pipes / boing boing


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watch a modded hexbug perform autonomous tasks / boing boing


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weekly roundup: appdynamics sells to cisco ahead of ipo, czi buys meta


this week saw numerous acquisitions, three major tech lawsuits and government agencies going rogue on twitter. these are the biggest stories to catch you up on this week’s tech news.1. appdynamics, which helps companies monitor application performance, was supposed to go public this week. but the ipo was called off in favor o iant $3.7 billion acquisition from cisco. the ipo would have valued appdynamics at around $2 billion. while the acquisition was part of cisco’s long-term focus on cloud software, at its core, the deal was actually a data play.2. mark zuckerberg and priscilla chan’s $45 billion philanthropy organization made its first acquisition. the chan zuckerberg initiative bought up meta, an ai-powered research search engine. meta’s ai recognizes authors and citations between pape