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Fukushima Fish Show Record High Traces of Radiation
Seems the fish aren’t out of hot water just yet.
First Fukushima Fish Sold Since Japanese Nuclear Meltdown
Radiation levels were so low in the octopus and snails that they were barely detectable.
Radioactive Bluefin Arrive in California
Samples of tuna found off San Diego reveal celsium levels ten times of what is typical and traceable back to Japan’s leaking nuclear reactors.
Thyroid Treatments Blamed For Philly’s Radioactive Water; Starbucks Mashes
Plus: The Quaker Oats dude is getting a makeover; and the U.S. nixes plans to send food to North Korea, all in our morning news roundup.
Laker Rookie Arrested For Shoving IHOP Cashier; Father of Googie Architecture
Eldon Davis, the architect who gave L.A. the first Norm’s, plus Pann’s and Johnnie’s, has died at 94 in West Hills.
Radiation From Japan’s Nuclear Accident Is Present in Philly’s
Plus: Mayor Michael Nutter sees Tastykake’s merger with Flower Foods as positive outcome; and Talula’s Garden will feature tables made by at risk youth, all in our morning news roundup.
Lavo Celebrates Girl Scouts; the Smith Serves East Village Ale
Plus: Ripert scans sushi for radiation, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
E. Coli Scare Prompts Recall of 23,000 Pounds of Lebanon Bologna; Obsessive
Plus: Japan worries that its water and fish are radioactive; and Temple University receives grants to fight obesity among low-income preschoolers, all in our morning news roundup.
Paranoid Angelenos Make a Run on Sea Kelp
We have some suggestions for better tasting ways to combat radiation.
Bidders Line Up For Bankrupt Steakhouse Chain; Countries Test Food Exports From
Plus: Celebrate pi day with some pie; and get ready for fondue’s revival, all in our morning news roundup.