The Columbia Chronicle

Bad medicine for meat

By Emily Fasold

January 30, 2012

Meat is a dietary staple for many Americans and often the centerpiece of barbeques, potlucks and family functions. However, new data confirmed by the Food and Drug Administration shows that 80 percent of antimicrobial drugs made in the U.S. end up in meat, meaning you might want to think twice before sinking your teeth into a burger.Earlier this month, the FDA banned the routine use of cephalosporin antibiotics in livestock feed, but r...

Reunited and it sounds so good

By Tiela Halpin

November 22, 2010

by: Tiela Halpin, Photo EditorI swooned with fan-girl excitement when pianist-vocalist Amanda Palmer and drummer-guitarist Brian Viglione of the Dresden Dolls sent an e-mail to fans with a video announcing their 10th “Bandiversary” reunion tour this fall with a Chicago stop at Vic Theatre, 3145 N. Sheffield Ave. I have been a Dresden Dolls fan since I heard “Coin-Operated Boy” in 2004, and Palmer is an artistic ro...

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