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FOOD
June 7, 2007 | By Marilynn Marter, Inquirer Food Writer
This salad is an easy meal to make and serve in 30 minutes or less. It also is perfect picnic fare, conveniently made ahead, marinated for up to 24 hours, and served chilled. Shrimp Salad With Sugar Snap Peas Makes 4 to 6 servings 1. For the vinaigrette, in blender, puree the cilantro, scallions, vinegar, honey, cumin, lime (reserve the squeezed halves) and garlic. With blender on, add the oil in a slow, steady stream. Season with salt and pepper to taste; set aside.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 29, 2007 | HOWARD GENSLER Daily News wire services contributed to this report
WHILE MOST people ponder the important questions of life like "Why am I here?" and "Why is the sky blue?" Tattle wonders: "Are more celebrities driving under the influence?" "Are we more aware of celebrities driving under the influence?" Or "Are there just too many celebrities?" The latest to get pulled over was Taboo (aka Jaime Luis Gomez) of the Black Eyed Peas, who was arrested on, what else, suspicion of driving under the influence. The crash was probably a clue.
NEWS
August 11, 2006 | By ROBERT MARANTO
ALL PROFESSIONS have a few people combining big egos with small talents, but no part of human life boasts a greater percentage of incompetents than political leadership. In sports, losing coaches get fired and failing players get cut. Business CEOs who lose money lose their jobs. Even in organized crime, low performers get whacked or imprisoned. So why do voters elect and even re-elect incompetents? The Peter Principle is one reason: Political leaders competent at low levels win election to jobs beyond their abilities.
NEWS
January 31, 2006 | By Nancy G. Heller FOR THE INQUIRER
Sunday afternoon is an odd time to present a flamenco show, since this art form is traditionally associated with the night. And Verizon Hall, a large theater with a shallow stage and virtually no wings, hardly seems like an ideal venue. Yet on Sunday between 3 and 5:30 p.m., the Paco Pe?a Flamenco Ensemble made its Kimmel Center debut with an intimate, emotionally stirring performance that brought the capacity crowd to its feet, screaming as if for a favorite rock-and-roll band. An internationally recognized flamenco guitar virtuoso, composer and teacher, Pe?a, 62, has had his own touring company since 1970.
NEWS
December 28, 2004 | By Wendy Ruderman INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A 48-year-old tugboat crewman from Toms River, N.J., was presumed dead yesterday after he apparently slipped off an icy barge into the Delaware River near Pea Patch Island. Marine units from Delaware and New Jersey scanned the waters off the island for nearly four hours before calling off the search. The air temperature was in the low 20s - 8 degrees with the wind-chill factor - and authorities said they did not believe anyone could survive such frigid conditions for long. "If he did fall in the water, he's not going to survive with that amount of time in the water," said Dave Carpenter Jr., spokesman for New Castle County (Del.
NEWS
April 20, 2004 | By Dan DeLuca INQUIRER MUSIC CRITIC
By the time Pharrell Williams of N.E.R.D. got around to inviting the Black Eyed Peas back on stage and asking the crowd at the Electric Factory to prepare for "the craziest party in history," the party was almost over. Along with Chad Hugo, Williams is half of the Neptunes, the most successful production team in current pop, with hits for artists ranging from Britney Spears to Busta Rhymes. With N.E.R.D. - an acronym for No One Ever Really Dies - Williams, Hugo and rapper Shae get to play at being rock stars.
NEWS
April 2, 2004 | By Nancy Mohr
What a relief! The lilacs are budding, the forsythia and willows delicately paint touches of yellow into the landscape. Bunches of daffodils bloom their little hearts out in a sheltered corner. The groundhog was too accurate this year. The onion snows came, but the onions weren't there to welcome them. My Lancaster County aunt, gone now for decades, never failed to head for the garden on St. Patrick's Day come rain, snow, sleet or hail to make sure those onions and peas were properly planted.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 25, 2004 | By MIKE MCGRATH For the Daily News
1Start with the right size. Whether you're installing something simple like a window box or planning to pose a prodigious posse of ponderously pretty pots 'pon your porch, BIGGER IS BETTER! (Sorry, guys - but all those e-mails you've been getting are true.) The larger your containers, the less you'll have to worry about them drying out quickly during dry spells. And hey - you'll be able to fit more stuff inside of them too; that's always a plus. 2Ixnay on soil from the gardenay.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 8, 2003 | By David Hiltbrand INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Black Eyed Peas' new CD, Elephunk, sounds like a nonstop party mix. But according to Taboo, one of the group's three MCs, it is "the most personal and intimate" release yet for the unpredictable Los Angeles hip-hop collective. "We experienced a lot of personal issues [during the recording], like breakups," Taboo says on the phone from the HSBC Arena in Buffalo, where the Peas are opening the Justified and Stripped Tour headlined by Justin Timberlake and Christina Aguilera. Consider "Anxiety," a track recorded with metal mongers Papa Roach.
FOOD
December 31, 2000 | By Marie Oser, FOR THE INQUIRER
Black-eyed peas, a staple in Southern diets for more than 300 years, have many names. They were originally called cowpeas, since they were widely used as cattle feed. They were brought to the West Indies from Africa, and by the 1700s were being grown extensively in Georgia. Hoppin' John, a humble dish that uses black-eyed peas and rice, has traditionally been associated with good luck when served on New Year's Day. It is widely held that this simple dish can be traced to slaves in Charleston, S.C., and on nearby rice plantations.
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