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17 Jul 19
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The Meat and Potatoes of the U.S. Military (7/21/17) Our country, the whole world, is on fire with flames continuously being fanned. The swamp isn’t draining, it’s level is rising. The elites shirk their elected duties and wade right into the cesspit where there’s plenty of mud to be found and flung. Want to put the […]

17 Jul 19
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16 Jul 19
The Truth About Guns

Imitation is the most sincere form of flattery, right? If that’s so, the Walther P99 should be very flattered, though it’s an oddly popular gun to clone. The Turks cloned it via the Canik, and Smith & Wesson teamed up with Walther to produce the SW99. Another partnership between Walther and an American company is […]

16 Jul 19
Redlands Daily Facts
In the Orange Street alley, you will find one of the most exciting new restaurants to have opened in Redlands in many a year. Redlands Oyster Cult, or R-O-C for short, is devoted to the most pristine seafood one can find on the market. Farm-raised oysters from around the world are the signature item, but clams, shrimp, scallops and crab also take center stage. All of the crustaceans are prepared to let the natural flavors shine through. The raw bar items, while being fairly pricey, are impeccably fresh tasting as if they had just been plucked from the sea. The restaurant (the entrance is on State Street, east of Orange Street) has 36 seats, many of which are around the center bar, with a few tables tucked into the alcoves. Marble tables and countertops prevail and the wooden walls are painted white to echo the counters. The ceiling consists of the original building material in a wide archway, and mirrored subway tiles line the back wall of the bar. A bright brass fixture storing wine glasses hangs over the bar. This bar area does a landmark business with customers crowding around every inch of free space. Arrive right at 5 p.m. when the restaurant opens to get a primo table. The alcohol-fueled noise level is quite extreme, particularly during prime dinner hours, so don’t expect to have a quiet romantic tête-à-tête, even if you’re lucky enough to score an alcove. It is worth the high decibel level, however, to enjoy what may be the finest quality seafood in the Inland Empire. In his first restaurant venture, owner Emanuel Jacobsen has composed a small but select menu and hired a superb anticipatory staff and a kitchen that lets the food speak for itself, letting the natural flavors shine through. #gallery-1857232-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1857232-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1857232-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1857232-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Oysters on the half shell are served with cocktail sauce and a mignonette sauce at Redlands Oyster Cult. (Photo by Dorene Cohen) The Aguachile at Redlands Oyster Cult is made with thin slices of sea scallops in Serrano citrus sauce with diced avocado and sliced radishes. (Photo by Dorene Cohen) Clam stew at Redlands Oyster Cult has a rich thick broth filled with clams, herbs, potatoes and pork belly strips, accompanied by sourdough bread. (Photo by Dorene Cohen) The Santa Rosa plum tart at Redlands Oyster Cult is accompanied by Chantilly cream. (Photo by Dorene Cohen) During a recent visit, we not surprisingly began with fresh oysters on the half shell from Hama Hama on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. All three of the distinctly different oysters were deliciously succulent. The predominant flavors of each are listed on a card that arrives with the oysters. The Eld Inlet Oyster was meaty with a creamy buttery flavor, while a second version was plumper with a sweet earthiness. My favorite was the Summerstone with lots of sweet minerality and the brininess of the sea. A mignonette sauce and a cocktail sauce accompanied the oysters. All matched up well with a Paso Robles chardonnay crisp, with pineapple overtones. The oyster selection changes every couple of weeks. Do not overlook the Aguachile, a simply superb dish comprised of chilled, thinly sliced raw Japanese Hokkaido scallops bathed in a jalapeno/serrano citrus broth with tarragon herb oil and garnished with diced avocado and red/white radish slices. The dish was not particularly spicy nor were the scallops left in the broth so long that they became opaque rather than the translucent appearance they presented. This dish was impeccably executed, and was a textural triumph to boot. The Oyster R-O-C This Fella consisted of a half dozen oysters grilled in the shell until slightly firm, topped with shallots, cream and pernod sauce with a hint of licorice flavor, then sprinkled with Parmigiano Reggiano cheese and panko crumbs. Place these oysters on your tongue and let them melt into the surrounding tissues. The array of flavors will persist for 30 seconds or longer. Next up was the R-O-C clam stew, a kind of hybrid of Portuguese clam and sausage soup with clam chowder, though, here, crispy pork belly with its salty funkiness substitutes for Portuguese linguica or chorizo. The clams are served in the shell with diced potatoes and a cream broth with toasted house bread slices. It’s a very hearty dish that will stick to your ribs. And then there was the Salmon Rillettes. The salmon is first smoked, then poached to form a pate blended with white wine, chives, mayo and lemon juice. Toasted sourdough bread points accompany the pate. This item is a great dish for sharing as the portion is quite substantial. The meal ended with a fantastic Santa Rosa plum almond tart streaked with a plum brandy sauce and topped with a heavenly chantilly cream. The buttery almond pastry in the center was exquisite and literally melted in your mouth — a fine ending to a distinguished meal. The adage “you get what you pay for” was never truer. The memorable array of dishes almost allowed me to tune out the cacophony of noise, but not quite. Our server, Bianca Sako, was superb — anticipatory, friendly and knowledgeable. David Cohen is a freelance dining critic who also writes for Riverside and Redlands magazines. Send him an email at dcohen4@verizon.net and follow him on Twitter @dcfoodfiles. Redlands Oyster Cult and Fish Bar Ratings: 3.5 stars for food, 3 stars overall Address: 16 E. State Street, Redlands Information: 909-674-0153, https://redlandsoystercult.com Cuisine: Seafood Atmosphere: Upscale bar dining Hours: 5-10 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday, until 11 p.m. Friday-Saturday; closed Sunday and Monday Prices: $3.75 each for oysters, $38 per dozen; $17-$35 entrees Details: Bread comes from the Grove school. Thirty percent of the menu changes regularly. Full bar, extensive cocktail list. No reservations. Watch for brunch to begin in a couple of months. Cards: All majors What the stars mean: Ratings range from 4 stars to one. 4: World-class experience, not to be missed; 3: Worth a special trip, high-caliber cuisine; 2: If you’re in the neighborhood, the restaurant merits a visit; 1: Would not make an effort to eat here. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
16 Jul 19
Pen and Grid Paper

This may seem like it contains a repost and it kind of does. The bits from the Prelude have had some language changed to reflect the change in setting from dungeon punk to something that’s a little more raygun gothic with dragons in. See a man, short and ugly, standing before a set of wooden […]

16 Jul 19
BorderReport
EL PASO, Texas (Border Report) — The United States Border Patrol was established in 1924. While its primary mission is to detect and prevent the illegal entry of undocumented immigrants into the United States, Border Patrol agents also prevent terrorists and terrorists’ weapons, including weapons of mass destruction, from entering the United States, according to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection website. U.S. Border Patrol Chief Carla Provost, left, testifies during a Senate Judiciary Border Security and Immigration Subcommittee hearing about the border, Wednesday May 8, 2019, on Capitol Hill in Washington. At right is Customs and Border Protection Office of Field Operations Executive Assistant Commissioner Todd Owen. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin) The Border Patrol is specifically responsible for patrolling nearly 6,000 miles of international land borders with Mexico and Canada, and more than 2,000 miles of coastal waters surrounding the Florida Peninsula and the island of Puerto Rico. Agents also work in many isolated communities throughout the United States. The Border Patrol started with a handful of “mounted guards,” who operated out of El Paso, Texas, patrolling desolate areas along U.S. borders. Today, the Border Patrol has more than 21,000 agents. All Border Patrol agents spend 26 weeks in training at the Border Patrol Academy in Artesia, New Mexico, which is a component of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center. The current chief of the Border Patrol is Carla Provost. Uniforms The Border Patrol’s summer dress uniform consists of a short-sleeve, olive-green dress shirt (which may or may not have blue shoulder straps), brass nameplate, badge, olive-green slacks with a blue stripe running the length of the seam, and black dress shoes or dress boots. A green, straw campaign hat is worn with this uniform.The Border Patrol winter dress uniform consists of a long-sleeve, olive green dress shirt, navy-blue clip-on tie with a brass tie tack, olive-green Eisenhower jacket with blue accents (shoulder straps and cuffs), brass nameplate, badge, olive-green slacks with a blue stripe running the length of the seam, and black dress shoes or dress boots. a green, felt campaign hat with a black, leather hat band is worn with this uniform.The rough duty uniform consists of a green, long-sleeve or short-sleeve work shirt, green cargo pants, and black work boots. A green baseball cap is typically worn with this uniform. There are also specialized rough duty uniforms for marine patrol (riverine), northern border cold weather, horse patrol and bike patrol agents. U.S. Border Patrol Chief Patrol Agent Yuma Sector, Anthony Porvaznik talks about a new 500-person tent facility during a media tour Friday, June 28, 2019, in Yuma, Ariz. The facility will be used to process detained immigrant children and families who cross the U.S. border. The Border Patrol says it will start placing families there on Friday night. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
16 Jul 19

Stupid Christmas. What is it good for? The stupid confusion, the freaking cold, the never ending shopping, the nausea of the lights, the endless boredom of family dinners, the exhausting home decorations, the silly greetings, the recklessness of candies, the decadent fattening, the disgusting foods. Nothing is good about it! You wouldn’t mis any of […]

16 Jul 19
BestySells

Price: [price_with_discount](as of [price_update_date] – Details)   Lead a fashion revolution and get a modern upgrade with this clean-cut silhouette denim skirt from Ça Va Bien fashion. Designed with so many darling details to adore, this subtle ’70s skirt is cut from soft denim. It features contrast stitching, brass-tone hardware, and is lightly faded for […]

16 Jul 19
David Farland | Story Doctor

Most authors don’t think about “choosing” a publisher. Most authors send out manuscripts, sometimes rather blindly, in the hopes that a good publisher will choose them.  But think about this. Before a publisher can respond to your manuscript, you have to initiate the contact. You’ll never get a good publishing deal without first choosing to […]

16 Jul 19
The View from the Stage

Beck Cast Colorfully Off-Kilter for Matilda Kerry Clawson – Akron Beacon Journal Everything’s colorfully off-kilter in Roald Dahl’s wacky worlds, from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory to Matilda, whose musical version is bursting with subversive fun at Beck Center for the Arts. Under Scott Spence’s direction, the cast thoroughly embraces both the cartoonish and the […]

16 Jul 19
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16 Jul 19
Beyond the Black Dog

This blog is a little bit different.  I wrote the following short story for a competition run by Mind, on the subject of Journeys. I was very proud that my entry made it through to the final 10 out of 320 entries and I am looking forward to reading the winning entry when it is revealed in a few weeks!  I […]

16 Jul 19
La Paz Group

The return of apex predators to both national parks and rugged, yet unprotected areas of the United States impacts conservation and regeneration of biodiversity for both wildlife and native landscape.  Not surprisingly, it also creates challenges within the well established ranching community. We’re grateful to all those who participate in the process of navigating a […]

16 Jul 19
Rising Jams

Upon the release of “Soul Child,” we can’t help but fall in love with free-spirited sunbeam Shanin Blake. “California” packs our bags and leads us blissfully into our happy places. Imagery of barefoot, sandy majesty appears. Her clean vocals transcend any singer/songwriter we hear repeatedly on the radio.    Cricket sounds, reminding me of blankets beneath […]

16 Jul 19
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LA NUIT DU BOOGIE EULRY COLOMA. LADISLAVA HISTOIRE DE LA MUSIQUE TSIGANE. That means that your tickets are confirmed by the organizers and are bonded. All you need is to print the Booking Confirmation you receive from us by email and bring it with you to the concert. Includes One General admission fee PIT ticket […]