What is said in opposition stays in opposition Their increase in productivity has been quite breathtaking. Usually it takes a few months for a new government to become comedic punch line, but the Abbott Government has been able to achieve this level before Parliament has even sat! This spring at ... 10/8/2013 - 12:09 pm | View Link
Former Texas Tech coach Mike Leach stops by Cowboys’ practice, takes shot at Craig James’ failed U.S. Senate run ARLINGTON – Former Texas Tech coach Mike Leach stopped by the Cowboys’ final off-season practice Thursday at Cowboys Stadium and – as usual – didn’t hold back when asked for his opinion. Leach, who late last year was hired to be the head coach at ... 06/14/2012 - 12:53 pm | View Link
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by Dina MeshevOur first morning on Kauai, I stood on one of the 20 concrete helipads at Lihue Airport trying not to cry. My boyfriend squeezed my hand. “It’ll be fine,” he said. This trip to Kauai was the present I gave myself for finishing six rounds of chemotherapy. I had one month between the end of chemo and a double mastectomy.
“The best stuffed mushroom in Madrid,” or so I’m told, is in a cramped restaurant on a side street behind one of the city’s main tourist traps, Plaza Mayor. Mesón del Champiñon is not what you’d expect. Creepy, iron-cast devils peer down from light fixtures. Brain-shaped clumps of plaster — they’re apparently supposed to look like mushrooms — have been slapped onto the ceilings.
Airbnb changed the hotel industry. Uber changed ground transportation. So why can’t the same change happen for air travel? Airlines are ready for disruption. With only four large airlines controlling more than 80 percent of domestic air travel, the industry is a classic oligopoly. Even the government, which is currently investigating airlines for collusion, seems to agree.
Our readers share tales of their rambles around the world. Who: Friends Angela Hughes (the author) and Ginger Harden of Arlington. Where, when, why: In June, we ventured to England and Wales for two weeks to visit the scenic sites of two television series: Port Isaac, Cornwall (the fictional Portwenn of “Doc Martin”), and Portmeirion, Wales, the setting for the 1960s cult classic “The Prisoner.” Read full article >>