Six O’Clock Solution: Marinated Roasted Bell Pepper Pasta packs a punch — Montreal Gazette

Cooks tend to have favourite seasonings and a Russian-born Florida cookbook author likes to flavour her food with ginger, lemon and various vinegars. Anya Kassoff’s new vegetarian cookbook, Simply Vibrant (Roost/Penguin, $35), packs a punch into her meatless cuisine, as this pasta recipe reveals. Lemon juice and two vinegars are used to flavour it, helped…

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Basia Monka – Far from my sea — An accidental walk, on the 50th anniversary of ‘March ‘68’ — IsraelSeen.com

Basia Monka – Far from my sea — An accidental walk, on the 50th anniversary of ‘March ‘68’ re-printed by permission from Basia Monka the times of Israel I walk through Warsaw like a tourist… I have been here for two weeks, almost, but all this time at the hospital with my mum. And what…

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Prise d’otages au nom de l’EI et un policier blessé dans le sud de la France — Journal Métro

Un homme affirmant agir au nom de l’organisation Etat islamique (Daesch) a pris des otages vendredi dans un supermarché du sud de la France, quelques minutes après qu’un policier eut été blessé par balle dans une ville proche, sans qu’un lien soit immédiatement établi entre ces deux événements. La justice antiterroriste a été saisie de…

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American Day of Reckoning for Muslim Brotherhood? — The Counter Jihad Report

Clarion Project, by Ryan Mauro, March 22, 2018: The Muslim Brotherhood’s sigh of relief after being rescued by Secretary of State Tillerson and National Security Adviser McMaster has been replaced by a sweaty panic. With Tillerson out and Pompeo in and McMaster’s days numbered, it is now probable that the Muslim Brotherhood will finally be designated by the State Department […]

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Radio giant iHeartMedia files bankruptcy plan to reduce debt — Financial Post

NEW YORK — IHeartMedia, one of the world’s largest radio and billboard companies, is seeking Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection as part of an agreement with its lenders to reduce debt. The company formerly known as Clear Channel Communications says it will operate its businesses as usual while it restructures its finances to reduce debt by…

via Radio giant iHeartMedia files bankruptcy plan to reduce debt — Financial Post

Police seek 10-year-old missing since Monday in Ahuntsic-Cartierville — Montreal Gazette

Montreal police have launched a search for 10-year-old Ariel Jeffrey Kouakou, who left his family home in Ahuntsic-Cartierville at noon on Monday to visit a friend and hasn’t been seen since. The boy, a francophone who stands 4-foot-7 and weighs about 90 pounds, suffers from a medical condition that requires regular medication. When last seen…

via Police seek 10-year-old missing since Monday in Ahuntsic-Cartierville — Montreal Gazette

Homeless piano player who gained fame from viral video dies at 46 — National Post

EDMONTON — A Edmonton homeless man whose spontaneous piano performance was viewed on the internet by millions of people has died. Ryan Arcand, who was 46, was originally from Alexander First Nation, northwest of Edmonton. He had been living on the streets and struggling with addiction and mental illness when a woman recorded him playing…

via Homeless piano player who gained fame from viral video dies at 46 — National Post

Bugs in the grocery aisle; Loblaw adds cricket powder to its PC line — National Post

TORONTO — One of the country’s biggest retailers is betting bugs are the next big thing in Canadian cuisine. Loblaw Companies Ltd. is adding cricket powder to its lineup of President’s Choice products. In a statement Monday, Loblaw says the flour is high in protein and packed with vitamins and minerals. It also has a…

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