300 Click for offerOfficer Turner did not respond to calls requesting comment on Monday. Maria Uriarte, a professor in the department of ecology, evolution and environmental biology at Columbia University, is trying to understand how Hurricane Maria in 2017 altered plant life in Puerto Rico.
Recyclers came for the plentiful cardboard and cans, but I never found evidence that tech companies were throwing out particularly good food on a mass scale. In fact it was the contrary: I discovered nonprofit organizations — like Replate, founded by a Syrian migrant who had studied at the University of California, Berkeley — that collect uneaten food from tech companies and deliver it to homeless shelters and soup kitchens across the San Francisco Bay Area. “This is absolutely going to scare people away,” she said.XS M S
TYPE ::MOUNTAIN BIKEAs a Hoosier, I found Gail Collins’s description of Mike Pence spot on. As the parent of a gay adult, I say yes, it could be even worse under a Pence administration, because Mr. Pence has more focus than Donald Trump and the Koch money to back him up. Mr. Cox has also been a consistent and sometimes sharp-elbowed critic of Mr. Cuomo, whom he has characterized as a tyrant, liar and threat to the Second Amendment. He even attacked the governor for a recent episode of “The Simpsons,” which depicted upstate New York as a cold, job-starved and physically unfit wasteland.
BRAND ::SPORTS SCOTTYSix tried to free himself from the burden of his legacy by embracing the art that is the basis of it but engaging with it on his own terms. He studied art history in college, then was hired by Sotheby’s in London as a junior specialist in old masters. He was good at the job and moved easily in the world of international wealth and culture. Over time, it seemed, a family gene kicked in. Geert Mak, a Dutch author who wrote a history of the Six family, told me that some of the earlier Jan Sixes had an extraordinarily acute visual sense, which guided them as they amassed their collection. “This Jan Six has it, too,” he said. “It’s an exceptional talent to see through a painting, to remember a gesture from another painting he saw years earlier, an unbelievable memory for small details.” The Times is committed to publishing a diversity of letters to the editor. We’d like to hear what you think about this or any of our articles. Here are some tips. And here’s our email: email@example.com.
Pennington noted that Twitter and Instagram can have different rules than Facebook does on National Unfriend Day. “For some transgender youth, being around a camp full of other people like them, who get it, can be a powerful, life-affirming experience,” Ms. Gillard said. “For other transgender youth, going to a camp they’ve attended in the past and feeling welcomed and affirmed in their gender is a different kind of powerful experience.”