Millennials have some good reasons to flock to Sanders, said Bruce Cain, director of Stanford’s Bill Lane Center for the American West. Many of his students are disappointed that President Barack Obama, facing unyielding Republican opposition, didn’t do more to tackle climate change, get big money out of politics, fix Social Security or rein in Wall Street, Cain said. And they support Sanders’ plan to make college free. “This is a whole generation that has grown up with disruption,” Cain said. “They like the idea that Sanders wants to disrupt the banking system and the election system.”.
Due to the efforts of 98 girls from 19 troops, ranging from Daisy level (grades K-1) through Ambassador level (grades 11-12) working in the dining room and kitchen, everyone was able to enjoy a ballet charm silver tone in assorted dance styles hearty breakfast of pancakes, sausages, orange juice, coffee, tea, and hot chocolate, “We received a number of donations from many of our local businesses,” wrote Donna Vallangca, Pancake Breakfast Committee chairwoman, in an email, “All proceeds earned from the Pancake Breakfast help support our annual Camporee where girls learn life skills and make memories to last a lifetime.”..
“The problem has come back to bite us in the butt,” said plant ecologist Malcolm North of UC Davis, who studies the role of fire in the Teakettle Experimental Forest, near Fresno. This year’s sequence of “megafires” has been so severe that Cal Fire says it’s running out of money and needs another $234 million to get through the season. The state will likely dip into budget reserves for the eighth time in 10 years to cover the cost of suppression. Our fecund forests grow more flammable every day. The state’s Climate Change Assessment report, released last month, predicts that the acreage consumed by wildfires in an average year will soar 77 percent by the end of the century. That’s about a half-million acres of additional wildfires each year — the equivalent of two Carr Fires.
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By Tim Page | Special to The Washington Post. André Previn, who died Feb. 28 at 89, was a musical polymath who began composing for Hollywood at 16 and won a quartet of Oscars, and had additional careers as a jazz piano phenomenon and major symphonic conductor. All the while, he forged a public identity as a jet setter who counted actress Mia Farrow among his five wives. Previn was considered something of a playboy as he leapt with swaggering allure between Hollywood and the directorship of some of the world’s leading orchestras, often using his celebrity and skillfulness as a raconteur to bring wider attention to classical music.