With the heaviest surge from a week of storms over, state water officials said Tuesday they are once again considering shutting water off to Oroville Dam’s eroded main spillway to assess damage to the site and bring a nearby power plant back online. For three days, a pair of cranes on floating...
And two under a grand In case you missed it, one piece of furniture—the $1,200 midcentury-style “Peggy” sofa from West Elm—has been in hot (internet) water over the last week, and it all started with a scathing review of the couch on the Awl. Show More Summary
by Tricia Romano Barcroft Media "Alt-right" poster-boy Milo Yiannopoulos is having a very bad, no good week. After his turn on Bill Maher, he found himself in hot water when clips shared ahead of his speaking engagement at the upcoming...Show More Summary
Entertainment Weekly bravely has waded again into the dangerous waters of Top 20 articles. This time, they attempt to rank the top 20 TV show finales of all time. And honestly, they hit a home run with their picks, especially their list-topper.
Setting goals like hanging a frame of you and the sig-nif on the wall —framed— with a nail that hangs of the —framed— wire latched to two screws on the back. Maybe next week. Window wide. Nothing but plants and spores about this neck of wood. Show More Summary
I spent a week exploring how we’ll have to live in post-water America Cutting water consumption requires more consideration than you’d think Matt Nager The author, in the act of saving water. One Saturday morning in December, I drank half as much coffee as usual and then, dull-eyed,...
The worst case scenario: Two-thirds of Californians could lose fresh water Over the last few weeks, storms slamming California have delivered torrential rain, extensive flooding, and a near-disaster at one of state’s largest reservoirs. Show More Summary
John Nhial was barely a teenager when he was grabbed by a Sudanese guerrilla army and forced to become a child soldier. He was made to endure weeks of walking with so little food and water that some of his fellow captives died. Four more were killed one night in a wild-animal attack. Show More Summary
A crushing heat wave settled in this week, melting the last of the ice from the small ponds in our back yard. For the first time in three months, I knelt beside the pond and sprinkled fish food into the water. Two-dozen goldfish swam to the surface and sluggishly nibbled at the flakes. Show More Summary
Here’s the latest installment of “Key Tweets,” a (usually) weekly post that summarizes some of my tweets (or retweets) from the week, including pictures and other interesting stuff. You can follow me @MarkGraban... Continue reading Key Tweets from @MarkGraban Week of Feb 13: Crying Jordan, Watered Down Huddle Boards at Lean Blog.
Barack Obama appears to be having a pretty good time lately. As the Trump administration lurched from crisis to crisis last week, the former president was sighted enjoying water sports with billionaire Richard Branson. Obama’s legacy is still in the making, and will naturally be defined by...
As this week has worn on, the ongoing controversy surrounding the Dakota Access Pipeline has been addressed by prominent public officials ranging from the Governor of North Dakota to Pope Francis. Meanwhile, polluted water has begun running off into the Cannonball River.
The top news this week is California's Oroville Dam so it has its own category right at the top. More rain is supposed to fall in the Oroville area this weekend causing more alarm for residents. A mammoth storm is supposed to hit SoCal, however. Despite all the graphic images...
Pranksters Fool John McCain Into Releasing Secrets The same pranksters that successfully fooled Maxine Waters this week appear to have... The post PRANKSTER Fools John McCain On Phone Call Pretending To Be Ukraine Leader! appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
"We are only one menstrual cycle into this presidency and there is blood in the water," Samantha Bee said at the top of Full Frontal last night. As has become routine over the first weeks of Trump's presidency, she had plenty of new material on the administration to cover. Show More Summary
Capital Journal, Pierre, Feb. 10 Let's give the water study a chance The subject of Pierre's water has been a much debated topic over the last week or so and … Click to Continue »
"Beaver Creek Ledge" 9x12 oilWhen the sun hits the water, it creates a beautiful, luminescent olive glow. I wanted to share with you some of my latest small plein air paintings. These were done over the last few weeks either as workshop demonstrations or while painting with my local group. Show More Summary
Last week we wrote about Lady Gaga’s impressive Super Bowl performance, in which 300 drones created a light show to provide the backdrop for her performance, and later morphed from the Intel to the Pepsi logo. Before that performance...Show More Summary
Top White House adviser Kellyanne Conway got into hot water when she publicly told Fox News viewers to go buy items from Ivanka Trump’s clothing line last week, and now the Office of Government Ethics believes that she likely committed a “clear violation” of ethics law. In...
Water damage to an emergency spillway on the Oroville Dam in Northern California prompted the evacuation of nearly 200,000 people from the area. More rain is forecast for the region this week.