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Top Chef Masters — Episode 1

For the past five seasons, Top Chef has gained a steady following of viewers mesmerized by talented folks flittering around the kitchen before coming up ...

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Way to Go, Ronda!

Make Me Some Potato Salad Mon, 06/08/2009 - 11:03 — By Walter Pfaeffle in www.germerica.net If you had closed your eyes and listened to Ronda ...

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The Lawrence We Remember #3

It was my favorite place to eat. The place to go when I couldn't decide where to go. Not trendy, definitely. You'd see local farmers ...

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Real numbers

I agreed to do the interview to draw attention to the need for minority donors. A little constructive criticism. Your article said: "88 percent if ...

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We were legends. (In our own minds) I I I

In the second episode I got somewhat ahead of myself, completely skipping most of our high school years and telling about the Chicago Road Trip. ...

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comedy clubs

Can anyone tell me about the comedy club scene in river city? Do any of the venues have anything like an "open mike" time? Someone ...

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Cowboys, Cars, and Merry-go-rounds

These photo's are a little to old to be from my childhood, but they remind me of my family's photos. So, if you have a ...

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Follow ‘Top Chef Masters’ on Culture Crumbs!

OK, forget all that nonsense about the sub-par Hosea being named last season’s winner of “Top Chef.” Tonight begins a spin-off series called “Top Chef ...

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Summer gridiron report: Nebraska eyeing North title

It only took Bo Pelini one season — his first as head coach — to turn Nebraska's defense from embarrassing to respectable. It seems like ...

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Much Ado About Nothin’

Walmart's newest addition to Lawrence sure is nice but I have one problem.....it's too small! The City really blew it caving in to the fringe ...

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The Pitfalls of Facebook

Reading Vanessa Gregoriadis' recent detailed article about Facebook on New York magazine, I was reminded how powerful social networks have become of late, and the ...

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On The Nature of Comments

When I started this blog a few weeks ago, I saw it as an opportunity to try out the whole blogosphere thing in a low-key ...

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Summer Sammies

Summer evenings are for gardening, sitting by the pool, or sipping Hamm's on ice with friends. They are not for standing in a kitchen, getting ...

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Guarding Kobe: Who’s up for the challenge?

I realize that the most likely, and perhaps best, answer to the following question is “nobody” but let’s toss it out there anyway. Which former ...

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Fired for being conservative? LHS fires a teacher?

Fired for being conservative? What I'm going to write here is based on sketchy information. My hope is that people with information closer to the ...

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Up, Up and Away

Since I'm the grandmother of 1, 5 and 12 year old grandchildren, the movies I actually see on the big screen tend to be the ...

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To market – to market …

Hardly a day goes by when Rush or Hannity or whoever regales us with arguments about Mr. Obama destroying our market economy. The world is ...

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‘Harper’s Island’: Would you like cream or sugar with that corpse?

“Harper’s Island” heats way up! This feels more like a penultimate episode than eight of 13. If the writers keep this pace (and body count) ...

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Kansas stupid?

I looked at the New York Times this morning. And who do I see on the front page? One of my favorite people to not ...

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Master Gardener Tour 2009

Flowers and garden art create landscape design. Audio was recorded on our front porch. We hope they make our home theirs.

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