The monument in Bahrain's main square has been destroyed. The army tore down a soaring, 300-foot tower that was — until Friday — topped by a cement pearl honoring the country's celebrated pearl industry. Robert Siegel has more.
Every other day, it seems, some new buzzword has been punched out by a blogger to describe similar sounds or attempt to fit them into neat genres. In the last month I've seen shows in niches labeled as horrorcore, theatrical post-wave and nu-rave, though I'm sure that some of the artists themselves would argue with these terms. These labels pop up all of the time, and most develop in a specific geographical locations. Moombahton is different.
A water leasing auction will take place this afternoon in Northern Colorado. The extra availability of the resource is something water managers are calling “celebratory.”
The board of directors at Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District approved a plan to lease extra unused water six years ago. But drought prevented the district--which delivers water to parts of Boulder, Larimer and Weld counties--from following through on the plan until last year.