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FINLANDIA® LAUNCHES REDUCED SODIUM SPREADABLE BUTTERS WITH CANOLA OIL MADE FROM FOUR REAL INGREDIENTS AND ALL OF THE BUTTERY TASTE World-Renowned Cheese and Butter Brand Uses Patented ValSa ®Milk Mineral Salt, an ingredient that contains nearly 80% less sodium than regular table salt to Create New, Full-Flavored Spreadable Butters PARSIPPANY, ...
by Post on 06/20 02:52PM - Story - 519 Hits
2.Opposition Grows As Oakland Passes Resolution Against Pilgrim Pipeline
Officials Take First Step in Protecting Residents from New Oil Infrastructure Oakland, NJ --This week Oakland council voted unanimously in favor of a resolution to oppose the Pilgrim Pipeline. In addition to opposing the newly proposed infrastructure, the resolution calls for a moratorium on surveying and project planning within the ...
by Press Release on 10/10 10:58AM - Story - 3,112 Hits
3.Mayor And Council Meeting 9-24-2013
Mayor and Council Meeting 9-24-13 There must have been some very important matters for the Mayor And Council to discuss since they kept an almost full house waiting for about three quarters of an hour after the scheduled opening time of 7:45. Coupled with a long list of presentations and ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 09/25 12:01PM - Story - 3,137 Hits
4.Crew Releases New Report Detailing Mining Industry's Influence In Washington
Today, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) released a new report, Mine, Mine, Mine, detailing the influence of the mining industry and its main trade organization, the National Mining Association (NMA), which represents more than 300 companies. CREW found the NMA spent $4.8 million lobbying in 2012, more ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 03/20 06:25PM - Story - 921 Hits
5.Administration Eases Ban on Imports From Burma
Secretary of State Clinton announced September 26 that the United States would begin the process of easing restrictions on imports of Burmese goods in response to the substantial and significant reforms that have taken place in that country over the past year. Today, the United States has taken another step ...
by Press Release on 11/16 06:11PM - Story - 1,153 Hits
6.Heartland Institute Reacts to N.J. Governor’s Fracking Moratorium
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) vetoed a permanent ban on a natural gas drilling method known as fracking, but imposed a one-year moratorium on the practice to study the issue. Energy and environment experts at The Heartland Institute, who oppose Christie’s move, offer their statements below for attribution. For ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 08/27 06:42PM - Story - 2,012 Hits
7.Corsi: Hawaii Detective Charges: 'Birth Certificate' A Fraud
HONOLULU, Hawaii - A private investigator claims employees of the state Department of Health forged three Hawaiian birth certificates for Barack Obama to "screw with birthers." Takeyuki Irei told WND one document placed the birth at Kapiolani hospital, another at Queens Medical Center and a third in Kenya. The 57-year-old ...
by Press Release on 05/10 05:48PM - Story - 22,952 Hits
8.Armed Robbery in Paramus
On Saturday, April 25th, another Dunkin Donuts was held up. While the MO was similar, this is a different Dunkin Donuts from the one in Paramus that was recently robbed. It also matches the methods used in other armed robberies in other towns. Paramus Police Chief Richard J. Cary stated ...
by Mel Fabrikant on 04/26 05:40PM - Story - 1,519 Hits
9.Olive Oil Gushes With Flavor Possibilities
Christina Fredericks Talk to chef Christian Graves about olive oil, and he gets almost giddy about the variety of oils he uses from around the world. The average home cook might think one bottle in the pantry is plenty for everything from sauteing to making vinaigrettes, but Graves treats olive ...
by Various Authors on 02/28 07:15AM - Story - 2,339 Hits
10.A life-or-death commitment
FIGHT AGAINST GLOBAL WARMING Fifty years ago, geochemist Charles David Keeling began recording the curve of the Earth. That may be stating it a bit grandiosely, but not too much. Few scientific studies have had a bigger impact, and not just on people in white lab coats.
by Anonymous on 04/22 04:40AM - Story - 4,076 Hits
11.Innovative ideas expand the range of watermelon
INNOVATIVE DISH Watermelon is a fairly simple fruit: juicy, sweet, with a faint aroma of cucumber - a refreshing snack on a hot day. We know watermelon. Or do we? A chef with a creative and flexible mind can find all kinds of possibilities lurking beneath the melon's green skin.
by Anonymous on 06/23 03:53AM - Story - 5,916 Hits
12.Ho-hum 'Armored Core' still far too easy to beat
Video Game Reviews Game: "Armored Core 4" Publisher: Sega System: Sony PlayStation 3 Cost: $60 ESRB rating: T Review rating: 2 1/2 stars
by Anonymous on 05/09 01:18AM - Story - 1,823 Hits
13.Customize your experience in 'Neverwinter Nights 2'
Video Game Reviews Game: "Neverwinter Nights 2" Publisher: Atari System: Windows XP Cost: $49.99 ESRB Rating: T Review rating: 3 1/2 stars If creating your own adventure in a medieval fantasy world of supernatural beings and exotic locations sounds like gaming nirvana, then you should delve into Atari's computer game ...
by Anonymous on 01/17 12:19AM - Story - 2,701 Hits
14.X-Men universe keeps expanding
‘X-MEN 3’ What part of "last" do the makers of "X-Men" movies not understand? The most recent in a series of "X" blockbusters, "X-Men: The Last Stand" (Fox, 3 1/2 stars) is touted as the final battle between good mutants led by Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart) and their evil counterparts, ...
by Robert J Hawkins on 10/02 12:02AM - Story - 2,746 Hits
15.Archaeological chemistry combines two sciences into one powerful tool
ELEMENTAL EXCAVATION Romantic ideas of archaeology tend to be outdoors in nature, adventurous excursions to lost cities, ancient tombs and, occasionally, temples of doom. Chemistry, by contrast, rarely conjures up such notions: Laboratory all-nighters with centrifuges whirring just aren't that stirring. But the relatively young marriage of these two sciences ...
by Anonymous on 08/02 03:51PM - Story - 14,383 Hits
16.The history and meaning of body art is hardly superficial
BODY ART Mothers and anthropologists agree: Tattoos are forever. While they may appear to be a contemporary rage - it's estimated 1 in 10 Americans has or has had at least one tattoo, almost 5 in 10 among Americans aged 18 to 29 - humans have in fact been adorning ...
by Anonymous on 05/27 12:30AM - Story - 15,827 Hits
17.How do you contain an evolving avian flu?
Click picture to enlarge No one can yet say whether 2006 will be the year of the flu pandemic, whether a particularly virulent strain will mutate sufficiently to easily infect and kill tens of thousands of people, possibly millions. But there is cause for concern. Recent outbreaks of a strain ...
by Anonymous on 02/06 07:30PM - Story - 3,359 Hits
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