Having found a marine biotoxin in two producers’ farm-raised Pacific oysters, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency posted a recall today, but distribution details were incomplete. The biotoxin found by the CFIA causes Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP), which can cause respiratory paralysis and requires immediate medical attention. Show More Summary
Bring a little magic to the small screen this year as a lead voiceover artist in “Marin!” “Marin” is an epic fantasy and interactive experience that follows a hero on his path to redemption. A female actor, aged 18–30, is currently wanted...Show More Summary
My favorite airport terminal in New York City gets a new tenant in just under 2 months. JetBlue is moving in to the Marine Air Terminal at LaGuardia as part of a shuffle to handle the ongoing terminal construction project. The post LaGuardia Shuffle: JetBlue to Marine Air Terminal appeared first on Wandering Aramean.
Japan's latest Splatfest concluded last night, as supporters of "Agility" took on fans of "Endurance" over which is the best... fitness... component, I guess?Anyway, when all was said and done on Nintendo's shooter Splatoon 2, Marina's...Show More Summary
All lanes of southbound Highway 101 were closed Tuesday afternoon as crews responded to a new brush fire near the freeway at Rodeo Avenue in Marin City. The fire was reported to the California Highway Patrol at 11:58 a.m. Fire crews are on the scene battling the blaze, the Mill Valley Police Department said. Show More Summary
Cricket Wirelss today said it has expanded its retail footprint to 122 post exchanges on U.S. military bases. This includes 83 Army and Air Force bases, 14 Marine exchanges, and 26 Navy exchanges. Servicemen and servicewomen will beShow More Summary
Plus Hot Indian in the skyway and a new bakery in Armatage Mike Rakun’s newest restaurant Benedict’s Morning Heroes launched early this morning in downtown Wayzata. The owner of Mercy (and previously the chef of Marin) has opened a second eatery in the western suburb serving breakfast and lunch at 845 Lake Street East and will be open 6:30 a.m. Show More Summary
President Donald Trump invoked the death of his chief of staff John Kelly’s son—a marine who was killed in 2010 while fighting in Afghanistan—in an attempt to further bolster his false claim that former President Barack Obama did not regularly contact the families of soldiers killed in action. As far as past presidents, “You could ask […]
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump on Tuesday defended his false claim that his predecessor didn't call the families of soldiers killed in action by alluding to former Gen. John Kelly's son, a Marine who died in Afghanistan. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
President Donald Trump on Tuesday doubled down on his false claim that his predecessors never called the families of soldiers who were killed in combat. In justifying his remarks, Trump pointed to his chief of staff, Gen. John Kelly, as an example of a military parent who never received a phone...
Private Raheel Siddiqui, a 20-year-old high school valedictorian, died last year on Parris Island, S.C.
In local news, Chris Marin just posted his latest, PDX210013. It features the usual heads and hijinks around Portland, OR.
A Marine from New York whose remains were recovered on a Pacific island 72 years after he died in battle is being reinterred at Arlington National Cemetery. The Pentagon announced … Click to Continue »
When it comes to oysters and their role in reducing nutrient pollution, a new study by researchers at William & Mary's Virginia Institute of Marine Science gets right to the guts -- and the shell -- of the matter. The study, in the September...Show More Summary
Only two Adelie chicks survived of those born to 36,000 adults in Antarctica.
(Virginia Institute of Marine Science) VIMS-led study is the first to identify and quantify potentially denitrifying bacteria in the oyster gut and shell, with important implications for efforts to reduce nutrient levels in coastal waters through oyster restoration.
Raheel Siddiqui died during boot camp after allegedly being hazed.
When you have a day in which everything seems to go wrong, remember that one day Cliff Judkins had in 1963. As a member of the Marine All Weather Fighter Squadron 323, Lt. Judkins was piloting his F-8 Crusader jet across the Pacific en route from California to Hawaii on the first leg of his assignment to Atsugi, Japan. Show More Summary
ABS, a leading provider of classification and technical services to the marine and offshore industries, announced it has joined the Green Award certification network. As an incentive provider, ABS offers Green Award Certificate holders discounts on software and training courses to encourage high safety and environmental standards in shipping. Show More Summary