Vegan Ramen (Noodle Soup) — veggiezest

I have been trying my hands on making ramen at home for sometime now. With a few failed attempts I finally made a recipe that I was happy with. This recipe is like one those where you get noodles in a creamy broth. I made a special trip to the Asian grocery store (TNT) to […]

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Market clones are trouncing professional stockpickers—and it’s only getting worse — Quartz

The case for investing in actively-managed mutual funds is withering. Over the last year, 90.2% of US equity funds guided by money managers posted lesser returns than the market, according to the S&P’s semi-annual report of fund manager returns released on Sept. 16. In Wall Street parlance, that means nine out of ten mutual fund…

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Jan Resseger on Connecticut’s Deeply Flawed Funding Decision — Diane Ravitch’s blog

Last week, a judge in Connecticut overturned the property-tax based system of funding and correctly noted that this system produces and reproduces inequity for the state’s neediest children. Those who have read the decision saluted this finding but see errors in the judge’s statements about education policy. Jan Resseger expresses her concerns about the decision […]

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Three sculptures by Iranian-Canadian artist Parviz Tanavoli on display at Aga Khan Park — Ismailimail

Three sculptures by Iranian-Canadian artist Parviz Tanavoli are on display at Aga Khan Park on Wynford Drive in North York until next spring as a free exhibit. The three sculptures, which range in height from nine and a half feet to 12 and a half feet, are Poet in Love (bronze); Big Heech (stainless steel); […]

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Human Activity in the Oceans is Driving Many Large Species Toward Extinction — TIME

Human activity in the oceans is driving many large species toward extinction, posing a threat to the wider ocean ecosystem, according to new research. Researchers behind the study, published in the journal Science, looked at fossil records from previous periods to compare the types of animals threatened. In the past, smaller animals tended to face…

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