Originally published on Wed March 13, 2013 2:12 pm
Three decades after giving the world The Number of the Beast, Iron Maiden is poised to release its latest work — and it's a beer. That's the latest from the Metal Injection website, whose "Bands and Booze" section makes it uniquely qualified to present such news.
This is TELL ME MORE from NPR News. I'm Michel Martin. Coming up, we have some dramatic stories about retirement. One, somebody who retired young, and I mean really young. And another about how even the best planned retirement can go wrong when life happens. We hope you'll find something useful in each of those conversations which is in just a few minutes.
Originally published on Wed March 13, 2013 10:07 am
Following up last month's news about reports that tie hackings of American defense contractors' websites to operations run — or at least encouraged — by the Chinese government, the Los Angeles Times on Wednesday told the tale of a Shanghai man who used to blog about his work in a People's Liberation Army
Wed. 3/13 10a: Young performers from throughout Northern New Mexico perform for the community, and for prize money, in the Santa Fe Youth Symphony Association's annual fundraiser, the "Spotlight on Youth Concert," March 15 in the Scottish Rite Temple. Spencer Beckwith is joined by SFYSA's Artistic Director, cellist Dana Winograd.
Republican Gov. Susana Martinez has vetoed a proposed fee for parking placards for the disabled.
The state currently provides the placards at no cost but the legislation would have imposed a $5 fee.
Part of the money from the fee would have supported the Governor's Commission on Disability and its programs. Some money would have helped cover the state's cost of administering the placards, which allow people with disabilities to use designated parking places.