Wednesday Aug 20
The Washington Post
Patowmack Farm: Fresh from the ground - and from a chef's imagination
After studying the menu at the Restaurant at Patowmack Farm, my party is approached by a waiter who hardly needs a notepad to take our requests.
Small family farmer fights back against over-reaching government forcing her off her land
Martha Boneta, operator of a small family farm in Paris, Virginia, achieved success not only for her business but also for small farmers and property owners across the state when the "Boneta Bill" finally became law on July 2. Despite efforts from local and state government officials, including Fauquier Zoning Administrator Kimberley Johnson, who ... (more)
Inside the Kerry-Israel Meltdown
On Monday, Secretary of State Kerry took to the podium at the State Department to say that he was working with Israel and Hamas to negotiate an extension of their temporary ceasefire.
The Times of Israel
Report from the front: On scene at a violent Paris protest
Smoke bombs are set off during the Saturday July 26, 2014 protest in Paris. A pro-Palestinian protestor rests on a Parisian sidewalk while riot police observe on Saturday, July 26, 2014.
You could probably count on one hand the number of novels that have taken up great platonic male-female friendships as their theme.