Worst Band Interview of All Time
Luke Burbank for NPR:
Let’s establish one thing right out of the gate: We love the band Sigur Ros.
Anyway, last Friday the band showed up promptly at 11am (EDT) and commenced to give what is possibly the worst interview in the history of electronic media.
It was that bad.
We’re not sure if they were tired, or if it was a language thing, or what… but wow.
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Cooking depression-era “Poorman’s Meal” with 91-year-old Clara
91 year old cook and great grandmother, Clara, recounts her childhood during the Great Depression as she prepares meals from the era. Learn how to make simple yet delicious dishes while listening to stories from the Depression.
Brown states balance concerns for our environment, our jobs
My first article for UrbanCincy:
“Green states” like California are pushing for higher fuel efficiency, more renewable energy, and other efforts to fight climate change, while “brown states” like Ohio are resisting in order to preserve our manufacturing jobs.