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Pasta - Couscous Gourmet

Save Our Land - 3 hours 22 min ago

The hearty flavor and texture of whole wheat couscous is enhanced with colorful asparagus, zucchini, and red bell pepper.
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Pasta - Swiss Chard Sausage Pasta And Bean Casserole

Save Our Land - 15 hours 55 min ago

With beans, pasta, sausage, and plenty of Swiss chard, this hearty baked dish is sure to fill the bellies of your entire family.
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Salad - Mexican Chicken And Black Bean Salad

Save Our Land - Thu, 08/27/2015 - 20:03

Chicken breast is baked in a tomato-based sauce and served atop a bed of spinach leaves in this simple salad. Black beans, cheese, sour cream, and salsa toppings provide a Mexican flair.
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Herbs And Spices - Cajun Chicken Lasagna

Save Our Land - Wed, 08/26/2015 - 20:13

This lasagna has just the right amount of zing to it. The key to this is the andouille sausage.
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Fruits And Vegetables - Quick Fruitcake

Save Our Land - Tue, 08/25/2015 - 17:12

Very easy to make, and tastes great too.
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Pasta - Old Mans Turkey Noodle Soup

Save Our Land - Mon, 08/17/2015 - 01:50

A simple, delicious turkey noodle soup made with drumsticks cooks for a long time for maximum flavor. The noodles are cooked separately and added to the bowls at the end.
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Side Dish - Smothered Collard Greens And Cabbage

Save Our Land - Sun, 08/16/2015 - 03:49

Cabbage and collard greens are fried with plenty of smoky bacon, seasoned with greens seasoning, and simmered until meltingly tender.
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Gender lens used in impact investing

Writes Like She Talks - Sat, 08/15/2015 - 11:54
A quick search on “gender impact investing Cleveland” and “gender impact investing Cuyahoga” didn’t bring up any results in the first couple of pages that had to do with this movement being present in our region, but I’m hoping that after posting this, some suggestions might be provided. The New York Times published this article, “With an…
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1.5 Million Missing Black Men – The New York Times

Gloria Ferris's Blog - Thu, 07/02/2015 - 15:21

This article is quite sobering. Be sure to look at the age band tables that show when the disparity begins and how it widens.

1.5 Million Missing Black Men – The New York Times

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Students, builders, museum trustees hear about the leading green buildings in the world

Green City Blue Lake - Fri, 10/19/2012 - 10:05

The Bullitt Center in Seattle has been called the greenest building in the world. Its developer, Chris Rogers of Point32, credits the Bullitt Foundation, which subscribed to the Living Building Challenge, a paradigm shifting green building process that Rogers says, "goes way beyond LEED."

Living Buildings put in to bricks and mortar (or bio-based materials) the vision that two decades ago the likes of architect Bill McDonough and futurist David Orr spun from beautiful prose in to the first generation of green buildings. The vision was always to design buildings that act like a tree, that are abundant, producing more than taking. How will the Bullitt Center, which embodies those ideals, shift the paradigm in how we build?

"I think would be great if we were the greenest building in the world—for a week," Rogers told the Building with Nature Symposium which is introducing new ideas about building for the future in to the Cleveland Museum of Natural History's rebuilding process. "What we learned can be replicated, but you need to look at local conditions to fit with your climate and culture."

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Museum hears inspired ideas from its architect at Building with nature symposium

Green City Blue Lake - Thu, 10/18/2012 - 13:10

"We want a building that itself embodies how we can live in the future, in a highly sustainable way," Cleveland Museum of Natural History Director Evalyn Gates explained to 450 attendees the purpose of the museum's Building with Nature symposium, a free and open to the public event at the museum today. "Our experience with the SmartHome showed us that we want a (new) building that cost less to operate and maintain and will inspire all of us about how we live on this planet."

To inspire the museum to reach for the stars, Dr. Gates, an astrophysicist, and GreenCityBlueLake Institute Director David Beach assembled a high wattage panel—from the designer of literally the world's greenest building to the country's foremost experts on energy who figured out how to green the renovation of the Empire State Building. These are big thinkers but also the 'do-ers' -- practitioners who have faced skepticism and long odds and in the end broke new ground for all of us. That list started with Curtis Fentress whose firm is the architect of record for the Museum's proposed redevelopment and addition.

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Case Western Reserve University Joins Gig.U

Bytes From Lev - Wed, 07/27/2011 - 09:37
Why is Case Western Reserve University supporting Gig.U? Universities have a critical role to play in the R&D efforts of... lsg8 http://blog.case.edu/lsg8/ lev.gonick@case.edu
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Predicting Microformats/RDFa's Future

Jeremy Smith's blog - Thu, 05/14/2009 - 08:00
I have no comment on this. I just wanted a placeholder to mark the date. From Sam Ruby: Microdata: [Microformats...

Available Toolset Assumptions

Jeremy Smith's blog - Thu, 05/14/2009 - 08:00
Flash vs. Silverlight: What Suits Your Needs Best?: You're doin' it wrong...

Competing with the Internet (Don't)

Jeremy Smith's blog - Thu, 05/14/2009 - 08:00
What we [Google] talk about when we talk about cloud computing tl;dr version: Don't compete against the Internet or Why...