Griffiths recalls many decades of conversation about music and science with her late husband, Dr. Raymond B. Griffiths, who until his retirement in 1983 was executive editor of The Journal of Cell Biology, published by Rockefeller University Press. The most common loophole that these companies exploit I like to call the “label scam”. They cover the label with words that the consumer wants to hear all natural, contains vitamin E, contains vitamins or minerals, or contains collagen. Now, collagen DOES make your skin look younger and it DOES get rid of wrinkles.
Burstyn isn’t alone. The new “Warhol Live” exhibition at the de Young Museum, has, once again, revitalized interest in the artist, who, despite his famous shyness, managed to populate his life with some of the edgiest celebrities and creative innovators of the day. “He’s the best,” said Oakland graphic designer , one of Friday’s Warhol look alikes.
Lewis in Kids TeensBefore you go dealing your seven year old in to your late night Texas Hold ’em tourney, consider a more age appropriate game. There are hundreds of kids card games on the market, and even more kids card game possibilities using cards you already own.21st December 2009Zombies! The Board GameBy Ray T. Lewis in Arts and EntertainmentWho doesn’t love a great zombie flick? Often combining gleeful gore with biting satire and social commentary, the zombie movie adventure is always an excellent way to escape the doldrums of everyday life.
Loophole was happy to have Metromint as a product sponsor for the concert. Most of the events on campus are dominated by energy drink sponsors and Loophole was proud to offer a healthier alternative to the norm. Students had mixed feelings when presented with a different and unexpected option.
Reg. 22.50 each. Web ID 951619. Mick De Giulio could slam dunk the title for Mr. High End Kitchen. We, however, gave him his toughest assignment of the year: Cough up his own list of must haves including a couple that won’t break the bank. Several ramp workers estimate as many as 90 percent of their peers habitually lift valuables from baggage or are accomplices; in their interactions with each other, though, the practice is an unspoken assumption and practically never mentioned. There are long time airport observers who insist that ramp rats as a species are unjustly maligned and that only a small fraction steal. But they’re really referring to the unionized ramp agents employed by the larger airlines (such as American and United in Miami), who enjoy much better wages and job security than the ramp workers who are contracted out to other airlines by their employers, the airport service companies.