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Brooklyn trio We Are Augustines' debut album sounds like it's been pieced together with spare parts from various other big indie-rock bands.
A year or so ago I bought some lovely skewers with a pig design on from my favourite cookshop in Paris, E Dehillerin in the Rue Coquillière. I've actually only just started using them but they look great, in a twee sort of way. This recipe involves most bits of the pig but you can really use whatever cuts and offal you fancy. It's also a great way to use rare breed pork from farms where you have to buy a quarter of a beast. Richard Vaughan at Huntsham Farm in Herefordshire does exactly that with his Middle White pork and Longhorn beef.
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An emergency order from the Federal Railroad Administration said the railroad must provide two employees to operate trains where major speed limits are in place.
Second baseman Robinson Cano accepted a 10-year, $240 million offer from Seattle on Friday, and the Yankees re-signed pitcher Hiroki Kuroda to a one-year deal.
Those born after apartheid’s end say their determination to look to the future and not the past is the greatest tribute they can pay Nelson Mandela.
Supreme Court to decide technology case that could mean 'death' of US software patents
Singer Bocelli visits MIT for workshop on adaptive technology for the visually impaired
Federal prosecutors seek new mental evaluation for man accused of 9/11 bomb hoax at KC airport
A Mexican government official says six people being tested for possible radiation exposure are suspects in the theft of truck carrying cobalt-60.
Police block access to Mexico hospital where 6 reportedly admitted for radiation exposure
Syrian nuns reportedly taken by rebels appear in video, say they are in a safe place
As President of South Africa, Mandela remained mostly silent on the matter of AIDS. But in the last decade of his life and in midst of the private loss of his son, Mandela began his final campaign: a fight against AIDS in South Africa.
Members of self-styled 'Muslim Patrol' jailed for threatening passers-by in London
Dylan's guitar from moment he 'went electric' in 1965 sells for a record $965,000
Funerals held for New Yorkers killed in train derailment while heading to Christmas activities
Exposure to smoke from nearby business gets into W.Va. school, 37 taken to hospitals
Abigail Hernandez, a missing New Hampshire teen, sent her mother a letter that was postmarked weeks after she disappeared, authorities revealed today.