One Man's Guide For Surviving "Frankenstorm"
Living downtown I have seen flooded streets from time to time, says blogger Carlisle Johnny. Once again the News stations are hyping this newest storm as Frankenstorn, The Perfect Storm or just plain ole Hurricane Sandy. As always you hope for the best but plan for the worst.
Will A Romney Presidency Reverse Roe v. Wade?
- As election day draws near, there is one political hot potato that is getting limited attention. That is, what this election could mean for the fate of Roe v. Wade, which established a woman's legal right to choose back in 1973. President Obama has indicated that he supports Roe v. Wade and Governor Romney has indicated that he would essentially reverse Roe v. Wade. But if Governor Romney is elected President what is the likelihood of such reversal?
Limited Release Arran Single Malt Scotch: “Devil’s Punchbowl”
“The Devil’s Punch Bowl" is a limited edition expression of The Arran Single Malt inspired by the glacial hollow Coire na Ciche whose sinister presence dominates the north-east coast of Arran. Master Distiller, James ‘Lucifer’ MacTaggart, has been to hell and back to select only the finest casks for this demonic masterpiece.
Better Defense for Seasonal Changes
It's that time of year to think about maintaining your first line of defense: your immune system says blogger Eric Robert Santiago.
Changes in the weather and other aggressive environmental factors can weaken your immune system, along with stress, unhealthy diets, and lack of exercise. Help bolster your immune system with healthier lifestyle choices, and by replenishing nutrients essential to healthy immune function.
VanderbiltCupRaces.com Exclusive: Barney Oldfield Preparing for 1914 Vanderbilt Cup Race
Despite a long racing career dating back to 1902, Barney Oldfield's first Vanderbilt Cup Race was the 1914 294-mile race held in Santa Monica. As posted on VanderbiltCupRaces.com, Wayne Carroll Petersen, the great great nephew of Barney Oldfield, has provided photos of Oldfield preparing for the Vanderbilt Cup Race. Read Howard Kroplick's blog.