Posts Tagged ‘suburbs’

At the End of the Cul-de-Sac

October 12, 2017

“At the End of the Cul-de-Sac,” directed by Paul Trillo. A nine-minute short shot in a single take, using a drone. Find out how here.

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Shopping Can Be Fun!

June 26, 2016

“A brief history of the American shopping mall,” from PBS NewsHour Weekend’s Tracy Wholf.

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Suburban Stalkers

April 27, 2009

Suburban Stalkers

The Washington Post has finally recognized a threat NotionsCapital pointed out two years ago: the sinister Suburban Deer Menace.  Hordes of hungry horned and hoofed ungulates stalk suburbs in silence, grazing on gardens, wrecking cars, even knocking celebrities off bicycles.

In the wild, deer density is about 20 per square mile. In suburban parks they may number 400 per square mile. Can nothing stop the ominous onslaught of Odocoileus virginianus, the White-Tailed Deer?

Fear not. Recipes for relief are at hand; none are hard to swallow. Chew on this:

Broiled Venison Steak

Hungarian Venison Stew 

Shoulder of Venison

Noisettes de Chevreuil Saint Hubert

Rack of Venison Stuffed with Pecans, Currants, Sausage, and Pears

Venison Stew

Wild Ohio CookbookVenison Recipes

 

Some might find this solution hard to digest, but suburban lawmakers are motivated.

 

Note: For a less flavorful strategy, look here. 

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