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Going Back To School

For a while I knew going back to school was in the cards for me but I wasn’t really sure how, or when, or what. In the final lap of my BA I said to myself: “I’m going to apply to grad school, I’m going to get a PHD, and I’m going to teach English and Writing while writing novels on a comfortable salary, when it’s over.” 520 more words

Writing

Tristin Hopper: Why fearing immigrants is as Canadian as maple syrup

Against a small groundswell of sentiment against bringing in 25,000 Syrian refugees, critics have been firing back that failing to welcome desperate refugees would be “unCanadian,” “not who we are” and altogether “unbecoming” of our great nation. 93 more words

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Japanese 3: Tonkatsu and Yaki-Niku

Tonight’s lesson featured more agemono (deep fried) and yakimono (grilled) dishes.  We made Tonkatsu, breaded fried pork cutlets with a spicy tomato sauce, and yakiniku sauce, a marinade for barbecue meats. 176 more words

2015

Jon Hammond in Paris concert on Radio France Inter

*WATCH THE FILM HERE: Jon Hammond in Paris concert on Radio France Inter

Jon’s archive https://archive.org/details/RadioFranceInterConcertFinaleJonHammondTrio

by Jon Hammond
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Topics Jazz vivant producteur Andre Francis, radio france inter, jon hammond, paris… 676 more words

Sun-Times: Melrose Park Mayor's Alleged Mob Ties Explored in 'Goon's' Sentencing Paperwork; Lightford Mental Health Resource Fair

Friday, November 13, 2015 || Originally Published: Chicago Sun-Times || 11/12/15 || By Jon Seidel

George Brown allegedly boasted his goon had no problem “breakin’ somebody’s legs.” 701 more words

Events

Japanese 2 - Agemono: Dengaku Sauce, Toriniku Kara-age

Week 2 focused on agemono or preparing deep-fried foods. We made fried eggplant with denagaku sauce (a miso glaze) and toriniku karaage (marinated, fried chicken). 118 more words

2015