Combine 1/3 cup honey, 3/4 cup orange juice, 1 teaspoon lemon juice in a bowl. Use a coffee grinder, or blender to grind oatmeal into an almost powder form. Add 1 tablespoon of oatmeal powder to the wet mixture, mix well with a fork. About Richard Wilbur, who died at 96 in 2017, he writes, “In his work he ought to survive, but probably, like most of us, he won’t.”Hall’s whole animal approach to writing leaving no parts unused or wasted recalls the poem he turned into his most popular children’s book, “Ox Cart Man,” in which nothing is wasted in a farmer’s repetitive cycle of manufacture and market. Much in this collection is familiar, including stories about his grandparents’ 1803 New Hampshire house at Eagle Pond Farm, owned by his family since 1865. This is where he retired from teaching in 1975 with his second wife, Jane Kenyon, and where they lived in blissful “double solitude,” devoted to each other and their poetry until her death from leukemia at age 47, in 1995.
Earlier Tuesday, the president announced a new head of the US Minerals Management Service, the oversight agency that Mr. Obama is restructuring after acknowledging a cozy relationship between the agency and the industry it is meant to regulate. Michael R.
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None 21. Lenox, Raelia, Mirjana 22. Bello, Hadassah, Mam, Nyle, Delanie 23. “That’s not my focus right now,” Jones said then. “I think he has the ability to be what he wants to be and always wanted to be as a football player. I think he does that. His death last week at age 73, from complications ofamyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig’s disease, comes as a particular shock, not only because of his prolific output he wrote nearly 50 plays, 30 of them produced before he was 30 but also because his etched in granite profile was so recognizable. His in demand acting career infilm and TVowed more, I think, to his chiseled, Marlboro Man visage and seductive stoicism than to emotive depths, although his range of roles encompassed lyrical drama (“Days of Heaven”), comedy (“Baby Boom”), military thriller (“Black Hawk Down”), history (“The Right Stuff”) and romance (“The Notebook”). In a 2004 production at the New York Theatre Workshop of Caryl Churchill’s”A Number,” he looked stiff and uncomfortable; he acknowledged in an interview last year with the New York Times that theater was not his favorite mode for acting.”I find the whole situation of confronting an audience terrifying,” he told interviewer Alexis Soloski..