Fishing paid off last weekend for anglers participating in two big money tournaments. One had anglers scouring big blues throughout Long Island Sound.
CR Fashion Book has been teasing their latest cover star with a shot of her in a Kanye-esque crystal mask. It turns out, they reeled in a big fish: Queen B herself, who graces the magazine's biggest issue to date. (Guess Carine doesn't agree with Vanessa Friedman that Beyoncé is... More »
Michigan took a big step forward this summer in the business of fish farming. The state issued a permit to expand the Grayling Fish Hatchery more than tenfold.The hatchery raises trout for restaurants and grocery stores. The expansion...Show More Summary
Doug Bandow BEIJING—Today China’s big cities look much like urban areas anywhere in the world. There are lots of cars. What I didn’t expect was to see a Christian “fish” on an auto. Religion is “on the rise,” one U.S. diplomat told me. It also is under attack by the Chinese government. Show More Summary
Cucumber-and-radish salad. If we didn’t know better, we might consider Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi, and Jeff Zalaznick’s yet-to-be-named Renzo Piano glass-box restaurant at the High Line an act of penance for the gastronomic excesses of their two-year-old Thompson Street restaurant Carbone. Show More Summary
The big day has finally arrived. Your boss shakes your hand and wishes you well. Your colleagues gather around a cake and make small talk about landing the big fish in your retirement, or joke about what you’ll do now that you don’t have to come to the office. A cardboard box is filled with […]
On the tiny Caribbean island of Barbuda, fishing communities and biologists craft a marine conservation plan.
Sportfishers off the coast of Bonita Springs Florida captured the footage earlier this month. The shark caught on the line is a blacktip shark, the big fella an appropriately named goliath grouper. Read more...
E than Perlstein could be the Mark Zuckerberg of biotechnology, or he is the latest in a long line of scientists who dream big — but ultimately fail — to find new ways to make drugs with greater speed, efficiency and focus. No matter...Show More Summary
"May 4, 1952. Dam at Blue Earth below cemetery." The latest installment of Minnesota Kodachromes might be titled "Tadpole and the Big Dippers." And hey, did you see that fish? 35mm color slide by Hubert Tuttle. View full size.
(August 16, 2014 08:41 PM, by David Henderson) Which cause should we focus on? One of my favorite editorial writers for the Wall Street Journal, Mary O'Grady, writes (in "A Terrorist Big Fish Gets Away" in the August 11 print edition): America's voracious appetite for illegal drugs has... (0 COMMENTS)
“Ideas are like fish. If you want to catch little fish, you can stay in the shallow water. But if you want to catch the big fish, you’ve got to go deeper. Down deep, the fish are more powerful and more pure.They’re huge and abstract. And they’re very beautiful” - David Lynch in Catching the Big Fish
Always looking for a new excuse to run its electric jet drive through the water, WaveJet has released a new board designed for fishing. The Pau Hana Big EZ Angler is the jet-powered stand-up paddleboard that provides stand-up fishermen...Show More Summary
By Kieran Cooke, Climate News Network Research has highlighted the negative effect acidification of oceans can have on marine life, but now fishing communities are waking up to the big threat it poses to their livelihoods.
Meet 'The Boxtrolls' as they gear up for their first big screen adventure, with Fish, Eggs, Shoe and Oil Can. [...]
A lawsuit has been filed in Seattle's U.S. District Court against casual game publisher Big Fish, claiming that the company is tricking customers into signing up for monthly payments on game subscriptions....
Rumors that have been floating around for months that Siemens planned to exit the health IT (HIT) market have come true. Earlier today, Cerner announced that it will acquire Siemens HIT business for a whopping $1.3B with expected close in … Continue reading ?
THESE ARE SOME REALLY BIG FISH: SoCal anglers score rare opah trifecta.
With the mysteries of particle physics well in hand, the European Union is moving onto another big fish in the realm of science: the human brain. The aptly-named “Human Brain Project” is aimed at figuring out how our grey matter works by using supercomputers to simulate its inner-workings. Show More Summary