Biochemist and entomologist Dr. Aaron Dossey is the founder/owner of All Things Bugs, a Georgia company dedicated to insect-based applications including insect-based foods. He spoke with Dick June 27 to explain why he believes insects are the food of the future, enabling us to feed our growing population efficiently. You can read more about his ideas and his company here.
Pretzel curds, chicken in the waffle, & beer gelato...just a few of the new foods at this year's Minnesota State Fair-
Buck chatted June 27 with Dennis Larson...he's the guy who gets to choose the new foods offered each year at the Minnesota State Fair. With 300-400 applications each year for only a few spots, it's tough competition. Listen and learn about some of the yummy new offerings this summer, and how the selection process works. The fair runs Aug. 21 through Labor Day, Sept. 1. You can see the complete list of new foods here.
Where might we clear a bit of clutter? Whether it is in our minds or in our office -- it worth spending a bit of time de-cluttering.
Humility is a virtue of the wise. It provides perpective and an openness to learn.
Patience is a virtue. It is a path to emotional freedom. How do we cultivate it?
What energy am I bringing into this situation? This room? We can be response-able to for the energy we carry.
Reflection and journaling can be enhanced by playing with images and symbols. Start with "Once Upon a Time" and see what happens.
Ainslie Kincross and Matthew Brown of the North Shore Dragon Boat Festival talked to WTIP about the upcoming event, how to get involv
A gypsy moth quarantine is due to take effect in Cook and Lake counties as early as July 1, 2014.
WTIP talked to Greg Barnier, the director of Wilderness Outpatient Treatment Program, a program that offers drug and alcohol addiction counseling and Rule 25 assessments in Cook County.
The Lake County Sex Trafficking Task Force hopes to raise awareness and provide education.
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