Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Feature Attracted by lax regulations, industrial agriculture has descended on a remote valley, depleting its aquifer — leaving many residents with no water at all. Homes in the Sulphur Springs Valley in Arizona stand just outside a corn field with a large irrigation system. Credit Lucas Foglia for The New York Times Supported by ByNoah Gallagher Shannon July 19, 2018 Early one morning in July 2014, Lori Paup awoke in her new home in the Sulphur Springs Valley of Arizona and began unpacking boxes of clothes, hanging photographs and prepping the day’s home-schooling lessons for her two teenage children. Paup, who until a few days earlier had never been to Arizona, was exhilarated to have finally arrived at the house on East Hopi Drive — a blue two-bedroom trailer on two acres of land — but also exhausted. The move from Fallentimber, Pa., where … [Read more...] about The Water Wars of Arizona
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Driving the Day Good Wednesday morning. There are 55 days until Election Day and we have spent all week talking about whether Hillary Clinton’s health situation is affecting the race. So we partnered with our friends at Morning Consult to develop a poll to quickly capture public sentiment on the issue. Here’s what the wizards at Morning Consult found, polling 1,501 registered voters from Sept. 12-13: --It’s a trust issue: 50% of people polled say Hillary Clinton has given the public false information about her health. Just 37% say the same about Donald Trump.Story Continued Below --The story broke through: 79% of respondents say they have heard a lot or some about Clinton’s health issues. At its highest point, nine in 10 said they heard a lot or some about her use of a private email server. --More people think Trump is healthier than Clinton: 22% of those polled say Clinton’s health is above average or excellent -- down from 29%last month. 41% say her … [Read more...] about THE PUBLIC thinks Hillary Clinton has misled on her health — How Trump RECAST his image — Cruz ponies up 100K to help Senate GOP — SUSAN RICE in her own words
Music Articles Facebook Twitter Flipboard Email Enlarge this image In 2013, Kacey Musgraves emergence onto the country music scene hinted at changes that would arrive over the next five years. Musgraves' new album, Golden Hour, might signal her freedom from that same landscape. Kelly Christine Sutton/Courtesy of the artist hide caption toggle caption Kelly Christine Sutton/Courtesy of the artist In 2013, Kacey Musgraves emergence onto the country music scene hinted at changes that would arrive over the next five years. Musgraves' new album, Golden Hour, might signal her freedom from that same landscape. Kelly Christine Sutton/Courtesy of the artist Evolution follows a familiar pattern in plenty of popular music genres. Fearless newcomers or agile established stars with credibility to burn veer from the dominant aesthetic, adopting approaches to music-making that come off as savvy correctives to what everyone's used to hearing. And if what they're doing … [Read more...] about How The Sound Of Country Music Changed
5 March 2018 • 5:31am Oscars 2018: full list of winners Guillermo Del Toro's The Shape of Water wins Best Picture and Del Toro also gets Best Director Frances McDormand wins Best Actress for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Gary Oldman wins Best Actor - "the only dull moment in a thrillingly unpredictable career" Oscars 2018: Harvey Weinstein's accusers and Me Too pins rule the red carpet Guillermo Del Toro's science fiction romance The Shape of Water has won the Academy Award for Best Picture at tonight's awards, with Mexican Del Toro also netting the Oscar for Best Director. The film, which was nominated for 13 awards in total, also won in the Best Production Design and Best Original Score categories. Gary Oldman won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his performance as Winston Churchill in the Second World War drama Darkest Hour, while the Academy Award for Best Actress was claimed by Frances … [Read more...] about Oscars 2018: Gary Oldman wins Best Actor for Darkest Hour, Frances McDormand wins Best Actress and Shape of Water gets Best Picture
If I’ve learned anything from this year’s SXSW, it is that it’s easier than ever to *not* cook.I had a panel on Monday with Phil Lempert, the Supermarket Guru, Anna Tauzin Rice of the Texas Restaurant Association and Jag Bath, CEO of Favor, where we talked for an hour about all the new ways that consumers are getting food today: In a box or bag delivered to their front door, in every state of production, from a CSA box with produce fresh from the field to an online grocery delivery from Instacart to a hot meal from Favor to a meal kit from Blue Apron. And that’s just how we’re getting food at home, which is the cooking (or not-cooking) space I occupy with this beat at the newspaper.How, where and why we buy food has changed at every meal — and every minute of snacking in between. Earlier in the conference, I heard a conversation led by Epicurious editor David Tamarkin about the state of cooking and what we can or should do about it. The panelists all … [Read more...] about Austin360Cooks and SXSW: Will home cooking lose to takeout, delivery?