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5/24/2016 12:00 AM
Binging on TV’s finest fare
BY MARY BILYEU BLADE FOOD EDITOR
Did you watch the first season of the Netflix series Chef’s Table? …

5/24/2016 12:00 AM
BGSU’s new AD has big job ahead

Bob Moosbrugger has gained the reputation as a bit of a wunderkind when it comes to fund-raising. That’s great news, because he’s going to have to lean on that talent as the new athletic director at Bowling Green State University. …

5/24/2016 12:00 AM
Serious issue brought to light
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5/24/2016 12:00 AM
Kirk: Cap on alcohol content in beer
BY KIRK WALTERS BLADE EDITORIAL CARTOONIST

5/23/2016 12:00 AM
Humble pie can be best training for doctors
BY S. AMJAD HUSSAIN BLADE COLUMNIST
Every Wednesday morning, precisely at 7, a group of surgeons, surgeons-in-training, and medical students gather in one of the classrooms on the Health Science Campus of the University of Toledo to indulge in a century-old exercise. For an hour, the group discusses the mistakes of omission and commission in surgical cases from the past week. In medical …

5/23/2016 12:00 AM
Film festival dredges up scandal
BY PATRICK O'GARA BLADE COLUMNIST
The Cannes Film Festival has come and gone. And, as is my inflexible annual custom, I did not attend. Because of a low boredom threshold, I’d sooner go to the dentist than a film festival. …

5/23/2016 12:00 AM
Seeds of corruption
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Right now, because there are countless examples around the world, Americans may tend to think political corruption is a foreign disease. …

5/23/2016 12:00 AM
France takes the lead on peace

The French are pushing ahead with yet another attempt to resolve the conflict between the Israelis and Palestinians — seeking a two-state resolution of the 68-year-old problem of the division of land between them. …

5/23/2016 12:00 AM
Mission’s meals underappreciated
Letters to the Editor
As a volunteer and longtime supporter of the Cherry Street Mission, I avidly read The Blade’s May 6 editorial, “Teaming up just common sense.” …

5/22/2016 12:00 AM
World outraged, but Russians shrug
BY MIKE SIGOV BLADE STAFF WRITER
A classical music concert the Russians held in Palmyra after their military helped the Assad regime recapture the territory formerly held by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria was meant to cast Russia as a superpower on the rebound and distract the public from a corruption scandal involving Russian President Vladimir Putin. …




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