Beginning next Tuesday, Shvarts will be displaying her senior art project, a documentation of a nine-month process during which she artificially inseminated herself "as often as possible" while periodically taking abortifacient drugs to induce miscarriages. Her exhibition will feature video recordings of these forced miscarriages as well as preserved collections of the blood from the process.
The SeaGate Convention Centre in Toledo, Ohio, with 75,000 sq. ft. of exhibit space, is attempting LEED certification.
(Will this cost taxpayers money?)
In the past year, facilities all over the world have applied for or received environmental certification as the awareness of sustainability has increased.
A compound found only in hops and the main product they are used in - beer - has rapidly gained interest as a micronutrient that might help prevent many types of cancer.
This week, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear a case about whether—for the first time in decades—a criminal can be executed for a crime that isn't murder. Patrick Kennedy was convicted in 2004 for the rape of a child, his 8-year-old stepdaughter, and the state of Louisiana contends that his crime is tantamount to murder and worthy of death.
New York City residents are growing obese at a rate nearly three times that of other Americans, prompting some who cited a link between weight gain and smoking cessation to question whether the city's crackdown on smoking may have had an unexpected result.
Troy welcomes the mayor's Chief of Staff, Bob Reinbolt and councilmen Tom Waniewski and George Sarantou to discuss street paving and the possibiltiy of getting double taxed.
On the way to his aunt's house, my husband noticed someone on the side of the road with two troopers on Holloway between Garden and Salisbury. On his way back he was stopped, and the troopers informed him that they were doing random safety inspections (he drives a 2004 vehicle).
It has 111 acres, quick access to the highway, and an adjacent rail line, and smoking is encouraged - especially from its 93-year-old smokestack.
But like so many other properties in Toledo, after a year on the market the cleared site of what was once the oldest auto factory in the United States is looking for a buyer.
Women are four times more likely than men to give out "passwords" in exchange for chocolate bars.
The city is floating a plan to "let" people agree to have thier streets repaired if a majority of property owners are willing to pay out of pocket expenses through assessments. In effect you would be paying twice to have your street repaired. There are a number of Toledoans who will fall for this scam, let's just hope the majority are too smart for it.
Harry Weatherholt was sentenced today to 12 years in prison for the sexual battery of a 13 year old student.
Harry Weatherholt (Mr. Harry) was sentenced today to 12 years in prison for the sexual battery of a 13 year old Leverette Junior High School student. If I heard it correctly on Fox news, former school board members (no names given) spoke up for him. This is appalling if true.
Men are more likely than women to have problems with memory and other thinking skills, symptoms considered to be an early stage of dementia, research suggests.
The new study, to be presented at an annual meeting of the American Academy of Neurology in Chicago this week, expands the field of research on aging and memory into a touchy arena - cognitive differences among men and women.
NORTH ROYALTON, Ohio -- Some people in North Royalton are fuming over a proposed ban on outdoor smoking.
The proposed law would make it illegal to smoke in parks, fields, parking lots and outdoor seating areas.
Council members said the outdoor ban is in response to complaints about people smoking around children during youth sports games.
COMMERCE TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) - Police say a man dressed as a woman repeatedly crashed his car into a suburban Detroit lingerie store that had refused to hire him earlier this year.
Congressman Bob Latta (R-Bowling Green) made the following statement after General David Petraeus and Ambassador Ryan Crocker delivered testimony to Congress this week.
"That's never been the strong suit of that person who chooses to remain nameless."
That’s what Ben said after Troy asked him about the PWCTRN (person who chooses to remain nameless) research.
Troy Neff Show: Oregon mayor Marge Brown and Commissioners Tina Skeldon Wozniak, Pete Gerken and Ben Konop discuss the LCIC.
The Arizona Republican and presumptive presidential nominee today urged Congress to institute a “gas-tax holiday” by suspending the 18.4 cent federal gas tax and 24.4 cent diesel tax from Memorial Day to Labor Day....
Can you really be in charge of finding the head of an organization that you are also trying to destroy?
Pete Gerken, Tina Skeldon-Wosniak and Ben Konop from the LCIC with be on the show today 4/16/08. Call the show to ask them your questions. Troy wants you to get involved.
419-240-1230 or e-mail Troy firstname.lastname@example.org
We will be sure to post the audio after the show.
You're probably accustomed to seeing big-screen proposals at ball games, in crowded restaurants, and scrawled across the sky by aircraft. But popping the question by hiding a message in your intended's favorite computer game is rather more unusual.