Saturday, January 29, 2011


TBRs weekly feature of stories you may have missed and a few favorite photos. The photos are from a feature in The New York Times, Another Snowstorm Buries the Northeast. The subject of the photos are as follows:

1. The Brooklyn Bridge
2. Battery Park
3. Bethesda Pavilion, Central Park
4. Madison Avenue

For more of the photos, check out Another Snowstorm Buries the Northeast. [The New York Times]

1. Police alarmed over graffiti claiming California Governor Brown to be killed on Valentine’s Day. [The Raw Story]
2. Undoing the 'Citizens United' Damage . [The Nation]
3. Life after Losing. [The Daily Beast]
4. Army probes sale of Arlington cemetery urns. [The Washington Post]
5. Former Marine sues over Camp Lejeune water contamination. [McClatchy]

6. Tussling over Jesus. [The New York Times]
7. A new device improves hip replacement surgery (Text & Video). [KABC - Los Angeles]
8. Gavin Newsom: Talk of Sarah Palin's Breast Implants 'Demeaning'. [SFWeekly]
9. Taco Bell fights 'Where's the Beef' Lawsuit (Text & Video). [ABC News]
10. In Chicago Race, a Fight over the Meaning of Reside. [The New York Times]

11. We Kid you not: Pennsylvania Man fined $935 for using Goats to Weed city Property. [CBS News]
12. Glenn Beck claims the Progressive Movement is Intentionally Enslaving People. [FreakOutNation]
13. Sandbar gets new display. [KPLC - New Orleans]
14. Mark Sanford and Maria Belen Chapur: Happily Ever After? [AOL News on Politics Daily]
15. Thousands of Rape Kits sit Untested for Decades, but Change would be Costly. [The New York Times]

16. Bartender Wisdom: 'It's not just you making drinks'. [Esquire]
17. Bloomberg doubts Tavern on the Green should reopen, sees restaurants like Shake Shack as future. [New York Post]
18. P Diddy sued for $1 trillion and accused of causing 9/11 attacks. [The NME News]
19. Charlie Sheen goes to Rehab, 'Two And a Half Men' goes on Hiatus. [Deadline Hollywood]
20. Ronald Reagan's Children Disagree on His Alzheimer's, His Legacy and the GOP. [AOL News on Politics Daily]

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