"Every fire has to have a dirt trail around it," Lane said. "That's to separate the fuel from the fire."
The author of “Heat” writes of his adventures working in restaurant kitchens in Lyon, France. “So much cooking and eating gets done that Buford’s next book, after ‘Heat’ and ‘Dirt,’ in order to preserve the ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ cadence, should probably be titled ‘Gout,’” wrote New York Times reviewer Dwight Garner. “I admire this book enormously; it’s a profound and intuitive work of immersive journalism.”
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The artist, speaking by phone from his Brooklyn studio, calls the combine exhibition “a great metaphor for the ecosystem.”
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A man who died after an encounter with Omaha police last week was lowered into his grave Wednesday as his mother sobbed and his relatives sang tribal-language hymns and whooped cries of mourning.
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Children were encouraged to dabble in dirt at the Council Bluffs Public Library this week.