Tuesday, 18 Jan 2022

Welcoming Brighter Days on Yalda With Pomegranates

Suspect in Denver cathedral vandalism sought in Portland – The Denver Post

DENVER — Police say a woman wanted for the vandalism of a cathedral in Colorado is believed to be in the Portland, Ore., area.

The Portland Police Bureau on Sunday requested help in locating 26-year-old Madeline Ann Cramer in connection with the Oct. 10 vandalism at the Cathedral Basilica in Denver.

Swastikas and other messages were painted on the church located near the Colorado Capitol.

Police said investigators in Denver had obtained information that Cramer may be in the Portland area.

WATCH: Broncos’ Teddy Bridgewater connects with Courtland Sutton to convert on 4th-and-7 against Chiefs – The Denver Post

The Broncos entered Sunday night’s game against the Chiefs having converted 10 of 15 fourth downs.

Their percentage went up late in the second quarter after Teddy Bridgewater connected with Courtland Sutton on fourth-and-7 for the first down.

Denver trailed 10-3 at the time.

Thailand detects first potential case of Omicron Covid-19 variant

BANGKOK (REUTERS) – Thailand has detected its first potential case of the Omicron coronavirus variant, a senior health official said on Monday (Dec 6).

The case, which is still awaiting the result of a second test, was identified as a male US citizen who had travelled to Thailand from Spain at the end of November, Dr Supakit Sirilak, the Director-General of the Medical Science Department, told a news conference.

This is a developing story.

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This Seafood Stew Is Endlessly Riffable

No matter what ingredients you use, this bold, briny stew from David Tanis sings alongside a radicchio-fennel salad and a grapefruit granita.

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In the Mountain West, the ‘Dirty’ Soda Rush Is On

With locations now numbering in the hundreds, regional soda-shop chains are spreading far beyond Utah, where they first found popularity.

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By Victoria Petersen

Treasures From the Silk Road

Rare puerh, a tea from China that is compressed and usually fermented, will be auctioned off by Sotheby’s.

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By Florence Fabricant

A Damien Hirst Touch for the Table

The Gagosian Gallery now sells a tea towel inspired by the artist’s Spot paintings.

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By Florence Fabricant

Let the Fulton Fish Market Handle the Feast

The Hunts Point market in the Bronx now ships kits to make a luxurious Feast of the Seven Fishes meal.

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Julie Green’s ‘First Meals’ on View

The project from the artist, who died in October, documents the first meals requested by exonerated prisoners.

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Welcoming Brighter Days on Yalda With Pomegranates

Iranians celebrate Shab-e Yalda, the winter solstice, surrounded by symbolic foods.

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By Naz Deravian

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