But it turns out, wholesome produce can also get pretty raunchy — like the randy tomatoes in this image, which our standards editor deemed too "saucy" for us to embed here.
Or needy, like this eggplant, clearly shopping for a hug ...
Or moody, like this forlorn-looking apple ...
Or just plain anthropomorphic.
But in 1915, it was a spot that became world-famous because of the work of Elias Sellards, Florida's state geologist.
He lives in Braunschweig, in western Germany. Earlier this month, he decided to go downtown and hold up a sign that read, "I am a Moslem. What would you like to know?"
"This is a bridge of communication," the Syrian-born German says.
He was a serious actor whose journey to accept his unique fame mirrored many fans' personal struggles for acceptance — particularly back when science fiction and fantasy wasn't quite so cool. He was the guy whose status as the half human, half Vulcan Mr.
The Pacific Jazz Institute at Dimitriou's Jazz Alley welcomes pop/jazz singer and platinum selling songwriter Ann Hampton Callaway for two nights. Band members are Christian Jacob (piano), Mark Ivester (drums) and Chuck Deardorf (bass). Show times Tuesday and Wednesday at 7:30pm.
The Russian-language news website Meduza reported that Nemtsov was walking with a woman near the Kremlin at the time of the attack.
For those who knew him, Hesburgh was simply Father Ted. But make no mistake, he was a highly influential priest who moved among presidents and popes. During his 35 years as president of Notre Dome, he reinforced the importance of a college education and urged that it be affordable and accessible to all.
"He understood that ...
When pianist Lynne Arriale released her first CD in 1994, KPLU began playing music from it right away. It was clear to us that Lynne had that "something extra" that separates good musicians from great musicians.
Over the course of her career she’s continued to build on that quality, so we were especially pleased to finally welcome her as a guest artist in our Seattle performance studio.
Upon receiving news that Max Moore-Wilton, the head of the Sydney Airport Corp.
This week, we share with you three longish reads.
This spring, juniors at Seattle's Nathan Hale High School will not sit for a federally-required standardized test, a leadership team of staff, students and parents at the school decided this week.
The staff's refusal to administer Smarter Balanced Assessments to eleventh-graders would make Nathan Hale the latest Seattle school to thumb its nose at a standardized test and would fly in the face of the nation's tough school accountability law, the No Child Left Behind Act.
But, as many CPAC attendees told us, it'll take more than a rousing (and certainly more than a humdrum) speech on the main stage to win them over.