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Bill Cunningham's legislation would have voters answer if they would “support the legalization of possession and use of marijuana by persons who are at least 21 years of age, subject to regulation and taxation that is similar to the regulation and taxation of tobacco and alcohol.” Eight states and the District ...
A clean, oft-lighted place: Circa Tabac was one place where smoking was not just allowed; it was the point. Alex Witchel, the article's author, described how free she felt, escaping her apartment building, where she furtively puffed in the service stairwells, to meet at Circa Tabac for “a few stolen hours of Puff ...

Bill Cunningham, D-Chicago, said putting the matter to a vote would “bring the public into the debate” and “give them an opportunity to register their ... and Senate, voters would be asked if they support legalizing recreational use for those 21 and older, under tax regulations similar to tobacco and alcohol.
On the day she turns 18, Lady Bird, the title character of Greta Gerwig's much-praised film, goes to a convenience store and buys a lottery ticket, a copy of Playgirl and a pack of cigarettes. “Lady Bird'' is set in the first years of the current millennium, and the fact that its heroine experiments with smoking is as ...
Wild child Bella Thorne is wreaking havoc on the Sundance Film Festival — the former Disney child star's entourage was kicked out of her hotel in Park City, Utah, for smoking pot. A source tells us that Thorne and her entourage of four — including her boyfriend, long-haired stoner rapper Mod Sun — were ...
“We're prepared to go down with Timothy,” Cleaver told a journalist, “but we don't want to go down for some jive reason.” During Leary's stay in Algeria, triangular tensions simmered between the Panthers' less hedonistic agenda, the LSD crowd's inclusive hippie ideals (Abbie Hoffman's wife, Anita, “didn't ...

If you only read a single novel this month, make it Jesmyn Ward's utterly brilliant Sing, Unburied, Sing - a 21st-Century odyssey through the state of Mississippi with an African-American mother and her son as its protagonists. Vogue caught up with the National Book Award-winner about everything from the ...
Joan Tisch, a hands-on philanthropist whose causes ranged from people with AIDS to the Museum of Modern Art and the 92nd Street Y, and who was the matriarch of the family that owns a 50 percent stake in the New York football Giants, died on Thursday at her home in Manhattan. She was 90. Her death ...
The Italian journalist Oriana Fallaci (1929-2006) wrote all sorts of things during her long career: novels, polemics, war dispatches, truth-dealing celebrity profiles. But her Christiane Amanpour meets .... She smoked nearly three packs of cigarettes a day and had bad teeth. She opened her mail months late if ...
The absence of the late beloved photographer Bill Cunningham is having an unusual influence over the city's loftier big-ticket social events. We hear that since the legendary lensman's passing last year, certain types of limelight-loving hangers-on have cleared out of the charity benefit-and-gala circuit.
The Sun Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Bill Cunningham signs a copy of his book "On Bended Knees" Saturday at Silent Brigade Distillery in ... Which is more satisfying, writing a legal opinion for the state's high court or a book, say "On Bended Knees: The True Story of the Night Rider Tobacco War," that ...
Former Salomon Brothers' chief executive officer John Gutfreund, 86, was a symbol of the driven, cigar-smoking swagger of profane Eighties' Wall ... In 2008, he told author Michael Lewis what he thought caused the 1987 economic collapse: “Greed on both sides — greed of investors and the greed of the ...
Late fashion photographer Bill Cunningham has left his most valuable possession — his back catalog of photos and negatives — to his niece Patricia Simonson. The famed fotog, who kept the rights to all his photos published over the years in the New York Times, detailed in a 2010 will that $500,000 ...
Last Sunday, for the first time in nearly 40 years, the Sunday edition of the New York Times did not include photographs taken by the legendary street and society photographer Bill Cunningham. The Times put out a statement saying that he had suffered a stroke. A few days later, Cunningham was dead at ...
That's why I think of him more as a journalist working in fashion, taking notes with a camera, than a fashion photographer. Bill was, more accurately, one of the great photo-journalists, though his beat wasn't war, but the quotidian if glamorous camouflage worn on the streets of New York, London, Paris and ...
On Sounds Good, Tracy Ross speaks with author Bobbie Smith Bryant about the event, the dark-fired tobacco curing process, her love of Western ... Justice Bill Cunningham makes a few remarks around 3 pm and the new book featuring Smith farms and four other farms in the county, Farming in the Black ...
Joan Tisch, a hands-on philanthropist whose causes ranged from people with AIDS to the Museum of Modern Art and the 92nd Street Y, and who was the matriarch of the family that owns a 50 percent stake in the New York football Giants, died on Thursday at her home in Manhattan. She was 90. Her death ...

The Sun Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Bill Cunningham signs a copy of his book "On Bended Knees" Saturday at Silent Brigade Distillery in ... Which is more satisfying, writing a legal opinion for the state's high court or a book, say "On Bended Knees: The True Story of the Night Rider Tobacco War," that ...
... ... and it is a collaboration that makes me additionally thankful for this splendid enigma: What did you and Eno chat about in between takes? Your favorite Hammer films? Is a hot dog a sandwich, yes or no? Keep reading. B. 1924. Jack T. Chick. The fundamentalist zealot whose cartoons also inspired ...
From 2014 to 2015, applications to the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives for the manufacture or purchase of suppressors increased ... He is also the owner and chief instructor of Tactical Firearms Training, LLC in Indianapolis and the author of “Gun Safety & Cleaning for Dummies” (Wiley ...
But there was someone who wasn't at the engagement party. Someone who woke up in the tobacco fields of Uncasville, Connecticut, with the tower of Mohegan Sun towering over the fallow fields where the loam had turned hard and gritty with the winter, and the skeletons of shriveled plants fought a losing ...
I reflected on my youth around the family tobacco farm recently while reading Farming in the Black Patch (Acclaim Press, 2015), by author Bobbie Smith Bryant. The book is ... Bryant shares an extensive interview with author and Kentucky Supreme Court Judge Bill Cunningham about the conflict. The story ...
The Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives simply issued a “guidance document” that explains how BATFE interprets and intends to ... He is also the owner and chief instructor of Tactical Firearms Training, LLC in Indianapolis and the author of “Gun Safety & Cleaning for Dummies” (Wiley ...
On Sounds Good, Tracy Ross speaks with author Bobbie Smith Bryant about the event, the dark-fired tobacco curing process, her love of Western ... Justice Bill Cunningham makes a few remarks around 3 pm and the new book featuring Smith farms and four other farms in the county, Farming in the Black ...
SMOKE: A Ballad of the Night Riders, a musical about the tobacco wars that took place in Robertson County and Kentucky, is also in the line-up this year. ... Topics will include: The Black Patch War and the Night Riders by Judge Bill Cunningham, author and KY Supreme Court Justice; Bell Witch Stories by ...
Author Caldwell even came up from his home in Arizona to testify. “The defense maintained that Tobacco Road is a realistic and artistic portrayal of life under certain rather grim circumstances, and as such could not possibly 'inflame the baser passions' or 'corrupt any reasonable adult,'” said The Sun.
Directed by Richard Press Featuring Bill Cunningham, 87 min When Vogue editor Anna Wintour says that “we all get dressed for Bill,” she means “all New York”. ... Drawing from journalist Tatiana Niculescu Bran's investigations into a real-life exorcism tragedy, Mungiu's screenplay pivots noiselessly around ...
The photographer Bill Cunningham documented the late-night “seminars” at which James held forth on “the fine points of couture, the follies of the rich, and 'the plagiarists of Seventh Avenue.' ” James never produced the textbook, and he never finished a memoir he was writing, which he intended to call ...
People participate in a Zumba demonstration before a walk for diabetes awareness. Several diabetes support groups meet regularly in Bay ...
The Sun Kentucky Supreme Court Justice Bill Cunningham signs a ... Night Rider Tobacco War," that continues to resonate with readers? ... "He's a wonderful storyteller and a wonderful writer," Bundy said of the justice/author.
Details: Earnest Nettles, 850-585-6064 or Bill Cunningham, 850-496-2032. English-language ..... Tobacco cessation class. For details and ...
From 2014 to 2015, applications to the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco, ... in Indianapolis and the author of “Gun Safety & Cleaning for Dummies” ...
... that the health effects of added sweeteners are so bad that these commodities should be regulated just like alcohol and tobacco; and, to put it ...
... loss or increased energy were commonly involved in these visits,” says Dr. Andrew Geller, a CDC medical officer and first author of that study.
As the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) meets in New York this week, one of the topics the global leaders will discuss is antibiotic ...
"Though he's no longer with us, Bill Cunningham's legacy lives on," she said. "We see his influence every day on the streets of New York, and ...
Someone who woke up in the tobacco fields of Uncasville, Connecticut, with the tower of Mohegan Sun towering over the fallow fields where ...
While others presented their collections in old palazzos or lush gardens, Rubchinskiy took over a disused tobacco factory on the outskirts of the ...
I reflected on my youth around the family tobacco farm recently while ... with author and Kentucky Supreme Court Judge Bill Cunningham about ...
The Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives simply issued ... in Indianapolis and the author of “Gun Safety & Cleaning for Dummies” ...
... with author Bobbie Smith Bryant about the event, the dark-fired tobacco ... Justice Bill Cunningham makes a few remarks around 3 pm and the new ... Dark fired tobacco is a different process than anywhere in the world and ...
SMOKE: A Ballad of the Night Riders, a musical about the tobacco wars ... by Judge Bill Cunningham, author and KY Supreme Court Justice; ...
LPA, a year-old label by the Parsons dropout and bon vivant Lara Pia Arrobio, is beloved by Lena Dunham, Emily Ratajkowski and, yes, the Kardashians.
This Week In History: Tobacco Road busted by Vancouver police in 1953 ... Author Caldwell even came up from his home in Arizona to testify.
Directed by Richard Press Featuring Bill Cunningham, 87 min When Vogue ... Drawing from journalist Tatiana Niculescu Bran's investigations into a .... study of investigations into big tobacco has slipped into undeserved .... The Book Club Click to join in the discussion about this month's author: Neil Hegarty.
The Supreme Court opinion, written by Justice Bill Cunningham, noted ... The opinion noted that "no state has been more affected by tobacco ...
Children as young as 7 years old are suffering serious health problem from toiling long hours in tobacco fields to harvest pesticide-laced leaves ...
The photographer Bill Cunningham documented the late-night “seminars” at which James held forth on “the fine points of couture, the follies of ...
The photographer Bill Cunningham documented the late-night “seminars” at which James held forth on “the fine points of couture, the follies of ...
I reflected on my youth around the family tobacco farm recently while reading Farming in the Black Patch (Acclaim Press, 2015), by author Bobbie Smith Bryant. The book is a well-done account of Bryant's family (Smiths and a few others) raising dark ...


 

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