Articles Tagged ‘Japan’

Top Five Strongest Earthquakes

Following a 5.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Virginia yesterday, tremors were felt across the entire East Coast from Rhode Island down to Georgia. The shakes…



Cherry Blossom Festival 2011 Kicks Off

In the wake of the tragedy in Japan the folks in Washington D.C. are looking to help out. Saturday begins the Cherry Blossom Festival in…



Tayo Kitamura, 40, stands on the rubble of the home of her mother, Kuniko Kitamura, 69, as Japanese fireman discover her mother's body in Onagawa, northeastern Japan Saturday, March 19, 2011. (AP Photo/David Guttenfelder)

Japan Cites Radiation in Milk, Spinach Near Plant

Japan said radiation levels in spinach and milk from farms…



Russia Moon

“SuperMoon” Phenomenon Incites Fears of Natural Disasters

On March 19, the moon will be the closest it…



Shoreham Nuclear Facility

Inside Shoreham: What Could Have Been Long Island’s Nuclear Nightmare

In the wake of the worst earthquake ever to hit…



Jerry’s Ink: My Favorite Food

I once ate pressed duckling at a restaurant in France named La Tour d’Argent, and before the ducks arrived, a haughty French captain handed each of us at the table a certificate with a number on it. The certificate was the official number of each person’s duck. Before they went to meet their maker, the ducks each had a little metal tag with a number tied around their tiny ankles near their cute little webbed feet.