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TV: American Dad: "Spelling Bee My Baby"

With a Wall Street Journal excerpt sensationally titled “Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior,” it’s easy to see why many who read Amy Chua’s book Battle Hymn Of The Tiger Mother missed the intended irony of a self-deprecating memoir. Mrs. Show More Summary

Bumblebees Scarce in Midwest

It is not just honeybees that are in trouble. The fuzzy American bumblebee seems to be disappearing in the Midwest. Two new studies in today's journal Science conclude that wild bees, including the American bumblebee, are increasingly important in pollinating flowers and crops that provide us with food. And, at...

The new Fable of the Bees literature

From the American Journal of Agricultural Economics, there is a new paper by Randal R. Rucker, Walter N. Thurman, and Michael Burgett (Dept. of Entomology), here is the abstract: The world’s most extensive markets for pollination services are those for honey bee pollination in the United States. These markets play important roles in coordinating the [...]

When Prompted, Fathers Will Talk with Their Kids About Delaying Sexual Activity

Although mothers are usually the ones who have "the birds and the bees" talks with their children, with targeted prompting and guidance, fathers will also step up to the plate, finds a new study in the American Journal of Health Promotion.

Why do Indian Americans win national spelling/geography bees?

2 years agoLifestyle / Parenting : MOMania

Have you ever wondered why Indian-American children are often the winners of national spelling bees and geography bees? The Wall Street Journal staff did and they have theories. Take for example this year’s Scripps Spelling Bee. The top three finishers are all Indian American. Show More Summary

As Part Of A Heart-Healthy Diet, Eating Lean Beef Daily Can Help Lower Cholesterol

A new study published in the January 2012 edition of American Journal of Clinical Nutrition shows that beef can play a role in a cholesterol-lowering diet, despite commonly held beliefs. The study found that diets including lean beef...Show More Summary

Best Hive?

In my last post, I offered some of my reflections on Oliver's excellent article in the July 2011 issue of American Bee Journal. In this post I would like to comment on a small side issue (p. 656-7) written in his "Best Hive" sectionShow More Summary

Reflecting on Oliver's "Rules" for Successful Beekeeping

This month's American Bee Journal (July 2011) contained an important article, "Rules" for Successful Beekeeping, by Randy Oliver. I have always liked reading Mr. Oliver's works whether in a bee publication or on his website. Oliver approaches beekeeping as an empiricist, subjecting beekeeping "wisdom" to experimental verification. Show More Summary

Sustainable Beekeeping in an Unsustainable World

Every year about this time I make beekeeping resolutions for the coming season. After listening to Marla Spivak's talks at both Saint Mary's and Winona State, and reading Randy Oliver's series of articles in the American Bee Journal, I have decided to recast my apicultural practices somewhat. Show More Summary

"Terror Birds" Fly Like a Butterfly and Sting Like a Bee

South American Terror Birds Fighting Strategy Revealed in New Study New research published in the online scientific journal "PLoS One", the public library of science online, into the attack strategies...

Wyatt Mangum on Top Bar Beekeeping

Wyatt Mangum is a professor at the University of Mary Washington in Virginia. He also has written a monthly column for American Bee Journal for years and years without ever missing a month on honey bee biology. He kept bees as a boy and then started over in 1986. Show More Summary

A Literary Night Out: Spelling Bee Humiliation and Celebrating PEN America

The PEN American Center threw a party to celebrate the publication of its literary journal, while across town the Council of Literary Magazines & Presses held its annual charity spelling bee.

Ray Shaw, ACBJ Chairman, Dies

American City Business Journals chairman Ray Shaw died early Sunday morning from complications following a bee sting. He was 75. Shaw joined ACBJ in 1989 after taking early retirement as president of Dow Jones & Co., publisher of The Wall Street Journal. Show More Summary

Interview with a commercial top bar beekeeper

Bioneers’ RD Managain just interviewed Les Crowder, a veteran commercial beekeeper in New Mexico. Crowder on varroa resistance:  I started keeping bees when I was a kid. It was then I read an article in the American Bee Journal was reading about the varroa mite in Europe, written by an Italian who was researching the Italian honeybee in [...]

IN TODAY’S WALL STREET JOURNAL, I talk about “Tea Party” protests as an Army of Davids phenomenon. …

IN TODAY’S WALL STREET JOURNAL, I talk about “Tea Party” protests as an Army of Davids phenomenon. UPDATE: New York Post: Time To Make Some Noise. ” Complaining about taxes is as American as apple pie. But the spending has never been so crazed. Nothing wrong with a few folks reminding the [...]

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