Monthly Archives: March 2012

Asus Transformer Prime Review – LockerGnome

If cost is not an issue, I believe that tablets like Asus Transformer Prime can do just about anything that a laptop computer can, albeit not as well. Additionally, once you are done working, you can use your tablet for … Continue reading

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Two radio productions based on events in Jewish history

PRESS RELEASE Activist writer Karl Dallas is producing two radio plays in April based on events in Jewish history. The first will commemorate the massacre on April 9, 1948 of 105 inhabitants of the Palestinian village of Deir Yassin, an … Continue reading

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Recipe: Palestinian Za’atar Lamb Chops

If you are looking for something a bit different then why not have a go at this delicious (and very easy) alternative to a roast lamb? The recipe was sent to us by the foodie team at Zaytoun, suppliers of wonderful artisan Palestinian produce, and … Continue reading

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New NHS menu charges

The US example Related articles The sad demise of the NHS (malbell.com)

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Mildred Bailey and Native American jazz

Michael Steinham of Jazz Lives introduces an open letter to Wynton Marsalis and the ‘Jazz Hall of Fame’ committee: This open letter from the young singer Julia Keefe is, I think, a very gracious way to discuss an uncomfortable subject. … Continue reading

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“Grammarie” – Letter to LRB, March 19, 2012

To the editor, London Review of Books In her interesting review of Medieval Grammar and Rhetoric: Language Arts and Literary Theory, AD 300-1475, Barbara Newman has it right: my grammar school tutelage in Latin grammar, via Mason D. Gray’s Latin for Today … Continue reading

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How Mossad Justified Its Murder of an Innocent Iranian Electrical Engineer | Truthout

On July 23, 2011, a 35-year-old Iranian electrical engineering student named Darioush Rezaeinejad was gunned down as he and his wife, who was also wounded in the attack, waited for their child in front of a kindergarten in Tehran. Israel … Continue reading

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