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In The Wall Street Journal, Wonder Land columnist Daniel Henninger writes that Barack Obama is the most provincial U.S. president in at least a century.
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This was a great year for all things photography, with posts to help you behind the camera, in fr...
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In The Wall Street Journal, Mortimer Zuckerman writes that fewer than half of U.S. adults are working full time. Why? Slow growth and the perverse incentives of ObamaCare.
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Everything is convenient today—so convenient that men don't know how to do anything anymore. Dave Barry says: Enough with the spin classes. It's time to reclaim the rites of manhood.
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At the end of every year, we take a look back at our most popular posts to reminisce (and catch up on any stuff you might have missed). Here's one last look back at Lifehacker in 2013. Happy New Year!
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  • Brigham Young University
  • Viewmont High School
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I love to do just about everything, from playing sports, to reading, to just hanging out with friends.
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  • Goldman Sachs
    Associate, present
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Daniel Henninger: Obama to World: Drop Dead
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In The Wall Street Journal, Wonder Land columnist Daniel Henninger writes that Barack Obama is the most provincial U.S. president in at leas

The full-time scandal of part-time jobs in America
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In The Wall Street Journal, Mortimer Zuckerman writes that fewer than half of U.S. adults are working full time. Why? Slow growth and the pe

Are butter, cheese and steak really bad for you? The history of the anti...
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Americans have been told for decades to avoid butter, cheese, red meat and other fatty foods because they cause heart disease. But do they r

How to grill a steak, jump start a car, survive in a forest (sing the Ma...
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Everything is convenient today—so convenient that men don't know how to do anything anymore. Dave Barry says: Enough with the spin classes.

10 Life Lessons to Excel In Your 30s
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Over 600 people, age 40 and older, weigh in on what they wish they knew when they were 30. A few of them might surprise you.

Delta and JetBlue now permit personal electronics use during all stages ...
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Note this: Samsung tablets rank highest in J.D. Power's owner satisfacti...
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Apple's incredibly popular handset, the iPhone, has earned it multiple awards from J.D. Power, but the tablet market may not be playing out

10 Health Myths That Just Won't Die, Debunked by Science
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Everything makes you fat! Gluten-free food is the key to eternal youth! You need to poop ten times a day or you’ll die! You’ll find tons of

David Malpass: The Bigger Battle Behind the Shutdown
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In The Wall Street Journal, David Malpass writes that a staggering $250 billion per month, 80% of spending, runs on autopilot without congre

Paul Ryan: Here's How We Can End This Stalemate
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In The Wall Street Journal, Paul Ryan writes that both Reagan and Clinton negotiated debt-ceiling deals with their opponents. Republicans ar

10 Food Preservation Tips in 60 Seconds
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Nobody likes to waste food and to keep yourself from doing so all you really need to do is store your food properly. With that in mind, the

O'Grady: Behind Brazil's Civil Unrest
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In The Wall Street Journal, Americas columnist Mary Anastasia O'Grady writes that radicals use discontent to push President Dilma Rousseff i

John Taylor: Fed Policy Is a Drag on the Economy
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In The Wall Street Journal, John B. Taylor writes that while borrowers like near-zero interest rates, there is little incentive for lenders

Stephens: The Retreat Doctrine
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In The Wall Street Journal's Global View column, Bret Stephens says that President Obama's speech last week at the National Defense Universi

Strassel: Conservatives Became Targets in 2008
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Strassel: The IRS Scandal Started at the Top
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In The Wall Street Journal, Potomac Watch columnist Kimberley Strassel writes that the bureaucrats at the Internal Revenue Service did exact

Henninger: America's Second Civil War
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Wonder Land columnist Daniel Henninger writes in The Wall Street Journal that the Kermit Gosnell verdict means that the abortion status quo

Stephens: What to Do About Syria
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In The Wall Street Journal, Global View columnist Bret Stephens writes that the U.S. should cct now against Assad or risk chemical weapons i

Invented (Deluxe Edition)
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End Piracy, Not Liberty – Google
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Millions of Americans oppose SOPA and PIPA because these bills would censor the Internet and slow economic growth in the U.S.. Two bills bef

Pretty disappointing overall. We were looking forward to this place given all its good reviews, but it's not a 5 star restaurant. The ambiance is nice. It's an outdoor patio surrounded by little shops. The food was okay. Good chips and alright salsa. The tostada was good as was the chicken enchilada. The pork enchilada wasn't great. Not a lot of flavor and dry. The service was pretty poor. Almost felt like we were being avoided. They also had a musician come up to our table. We politely declined and told him it would frighten our toddler. He proceeded to play right behind him anyway and our toddler broke down. The guy walked away laughing. When we brought it up to our server, they didn't do anything. She then brought us the wrong check. There are so many places in Old Town, you'd be better off trying somewhere else for your money.
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Public - 4 weeks ago
reviewed 4 weeks ago
Overall, this is a good restaurant with good Mexican food. We went here on a weekday evening. It was pretty crowded, but we were seated quickly. The first big positive is that they served us each our own dishes. We love salsa and don't like it when places skimp. We ordered cheese enchiladas and seafood enchiladas. Both were great. We were also a big fan of the beans (though not so much the rice). The overall atmosphere was great too. It was a little loud with the band playing at various tables, but it wasn't a problem for us. It may also be a bit too dim for kids (we might have liked it a little brighter). The service was pretty good. We did have a lull, but there were other people who filled the gap for us with refills. Fun place to eat. We'd consider going back again.
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reviewed 4 weeks ago
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