Thursday, March 24, 2011

Short Takes

The “enforcement” in Libya won’t be over tomorrow. Or the next day.

A bomb exploded at a bus stop in Jerusalem, killing one person and injuring several dozen.

Bottled water is very popular in Tokyo these days.

Same-sex marriage is still on hold in California while the appeal of the overturn of Prop 8 is underway.

Scary landing: Two planes at Washington Reagan landed while the traffic controller was asleep.

Gov. Scott wants to “study” whether public money should be spent on hospitals or given to private health care providers. Given his history, the answer is obvious.

Still not dead, Fidel Castro apologizes for not being clear that he’s no longer in charge of Cuba.

A big fire burned through the night at the fuel farm at Miami International Airport.

R.I.P. Helen Stenborg, character actor in many films and plays and member of the Circle Repertory Theatre acting company.