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  • Mark Winne is the author of "Closing the Food Gap: Resetting the Table in the Land of Plenty."

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • Gifted with a mane of silvery grey hair (mine long ago departed for another place), Winne is clearly comfortable with complexity, with measures that can only advance us so far until we come up with something better, with hoeing the rough and murky ground of personal and community transformation.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Mark Winne is the author of Closing the Food Gap: Resetting the Table in the Land of Plenty.

    Dialogue on Emerging Food Systems

  • Danny Winne: I must get the latest star wars theme on my Tom Tom GPS.

    Klocki - LEGO Bricks for Adults » Transforming Wall-E from Korea

  • BR: Certainly not forever -- nothing makes me gnash my teeth more than the fact that Disney will own Winne the Pooh forever, or as long as they can find Sonny Bonos in the US Congress to work their evil will.

    INTERVIEW: Benjamin Rosenbaum

  • There are elegiac bits about driving through the English countryside to and from rehearsals at Stratford-on-Avon, and a nice little set piece about a lunch last week with his new friend Frank De Winne, former commander of a mission to the International Space station.

    Spacecraft to Stage Craft

  • One piece of advice that Mark Winne gives to the new Secretary of Agriculture is to create an Office for Community Food Systems.

    Dialogue on Emerging Food Systems

  • Mr. Besigye's wife, Winne Byanyima, who works for the United Nations Development Program in New York, said in an interview that she was detained early Monday morning while on her way to the airport for a flight to New York.

    Uganda Restrains Opposition Leader

  • As the Fuse # 8 blog reported (and documented extensively) Winne-the-Pooh (aka that Silly Old Bear) and his friends have been removed from their home in the Central Children's Room at the Donnell Library (right across the street from the Museum of Modern Art) in Manhattan.

    Shout Out

  • His students recorded oral histories of the workers and invited Joyce and her fellow workers to the school for “Winne the Welder” tributes.

    ‘Winnie the Welder’ Recalls Shipyard Days « Quincy Remembers World War II


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