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Wind power: a "wolf in green clothing"

It’s clean, it’s “green,” and it wants your land and your money too

Here from The Hill, a US blog for policy-makers, a posting on wind power and the US form of subsidy, the Production Tax Credit. 705 more words

Cake 101—Rigazzi’s (149 cakes left)

According to an article in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Rigazzi’s is the oldest restaurant on The Hill. Louis Aiazzi and a partner opened the restaurant in 1957. 95 more words

Cakeway To The West

Cake 99—The Hill (151 cakes left)

First, head on over to Jason’s blog at: www.250years250cakes.blogspot.com He’s up to 176 cakes!

Today’s cake is located in The Hill neighborhood near the Italian immigrant statue. 185 more words

Cakeway To The West

The Hill: GAO: Health programs distributed billions in improper payments

By Elise Viebeck – 07/09/14 03:35 PM EDT

Medicare and Medicaid accounted for the majority of the estimated $105 billion in improper payments distributed by the government last year, federal investigators said Wednesday in a report.  177 more words


Words to Live By

This list is my goal for living. I just love it. I first read the book Almost Amish 916 more words

Last month, dear cousins of ours got married. For their wedding gift we decided to give them a weekend retreat to our home that included prepared and cooked meals, a night out for just the two of them (they have an 8 year old) and a place to rest and rejuvenate. 616 more words


Living Boulder: What You Need To Know

Boulder is a town full of wonders. Often referred to as “the bubble”, Boulder is a serene place full of historic landmarks, beautiful mountains, and an exciting culture outside of busy city life. 507 more words

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