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December 22, 2008 Talking Plants Entry #196
December 11, 2008 NPR Talking Plants blogger Ketzel Levine begins to talk about being laid off this week.
December 7, 2008 If you happen to be a vegetarian, the news that a farmer's been losing money on his cattle and has decided to sell them is a good thing. The equation's very simple: fewer cows, fewer cows slaughtered.
December 1, 2008 I know it's amusing when death takes a holiday (see: movies, books, musicals, The Sopranos, etc), but infinitely less popular when a blogger does the same. And I didn't even go anywhere, at least not physically, though I do remember enjoying mysel...
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November 20, 2008 The chorus is growing louder and louder to get our President-elect to convert a few acres of the White House lawn into a productive organic farm.
November 4, 2008 After my dog ran away, my house was broken into, my water heater burst and a flu invaded my body, I'm still willing to believe in autumn foliage as its backlit by a Northwest sun.
October 26, 2008 In an exclusive interview with Ketzel Levine's runaway beagle who has just returned from four days on the road, a wannabe Brooke Gladstone of On The Media fame gets to the bottom of the story.
October 24, 2008 That's the headline, the happy ending details TOMORROW!!
October 23, 2008 It's been almost 72 hours since my beagle ran away and despite taking all the recommended steps, there's simply no sign of Starlet.
October 22, 2008 If you read yesterday's blog, you'll know that my 9 yr old beagle Starlet is missing. And if you're among the kind people who wrote w/advice and various OMG's!, I thank you from the heart.
October 21, 2008 Not that I think it will help me find her since none of you reading this blog entry are likely to live in my Killingsworth Ave/North Portland neighborhood, but since I can't think about anything else, I thought you should know that my beagle has b...
October 14, 2008 From flowering dahlia to mountain snow storms and on to an October summer day in Chicago: a few days on the road with NPR's Ketzel Levine.
October 5, 2008 Imagine corporate logos spelled out in the flowers on the sides of America's highways and you'll understand why Lady Bird Johnson would roll in her grave.
September 29, 2008 Happy Jewish New Year! In a few hours, it'll be 5769.
September 8, 2008 Couple weeks back, I checked in from eastern Oregon while I was out there on assignment. You can now read the story I was chasing, and better yet, hear it. I love recording n
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September 1, 2008 It's 5:30 am Labor Day morning and I hear Lulah crying. Which is odd, because I let her out at 4:30am and left the door open for her return. The crying continues so I get out of bed and check all exits/entrances. No Lulah, more crying. It takes me...
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