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  • Acorn nutrition
    Acorn nutrition
    The acorn in and of itself, does not contain a whole lot of nutrients, but for the sustainable living enthusiast, they can be a valuable source of calories, particularly because of its fats and carbohydrates. This is true of wild nuts in general...
  • Valley Oak Acorns
    Balanophagy: Eating acorns
    Have you ever eaten acorns? Chances are you never have. However, wherever oaks grow, people have been eating acorns since Paleolithic times. Ancient Arcadians, Spaniards, and Persians are among those who have practiced balanophagy, the technical...
  • The Magic of the oaks in Los Osos
    The Magic of the oaks in Los Osos
    One of the most alive places in San Luis Obispo county is the Los Osos Oaks preserve on Los Osos Valley Road. Many believe the tree spirits there are awake, and that fairies dance on the mushrooms which appear abundantly after the rains. After you...
  • The 2012 Super Billiards Expo to be held in Oaks, PA from March 8th-11th
    The 2012 Super Billiards Expo to be held in Oaks, PA from March 8th-11th
    The 2012 Super Billiards Exposition is the world's largest consumer billiards gathering in the world. Founded and run by famed billiards professional Alan Hopkins, this expo brings together thousands of players, as well as hundreds of...
  • cork oak
    Want a good street tree for the park strip? Put a cork in it.
    Portuguese neighborhoods inmany big cities might be identifiable by the presence of the otherwise rare cork oak, Quercus suber. After all, they are native to Portugal, as well as Spain, Sardinia, Corsica, Sicily and the coast of the Mediterranean...
  • cork oak
    Want a good street tree for the park strip? Put a cork in it.
    Portuguese neighborhoods inLos Angelesand other big cities might be identifiable by the presence of the otherwise rare cork oak, Quercus suber. After all, they are native to Portugal, as well as Spain, Sardinia, Corsica, Sicily and the coast of...
  • Oak Woodland
    Oaks of the Santa Monica Mountains
    The Santa Monica Mountains is home to four different species of oak. Three of the species are common and can be found throughout the range. The fourth species is rare.Coast live oak (Quercus agrifolia) - These trees are evergreen. The leaves...
  • From Acorn to Oak
    From tiny nut to sexy tree
    Fallen leaves are a great item to use as mulch in your flower gardens and the Bluegrass Region is full of trees.Not only do leaves breakdown into nice crumbly piles of rich compost, sometimes you can get an added surprise in the form of seedlings....
  • Oaks Card Club
    Oaks Club Raided, Temporarily Closed
    On Wednesday March 2nd, at about 6 AM, about 75 agents from various law enforcement agencies stormed into the Oaks Card Club. They immediately detained every employee and customer, searched them, questioned them, and eventually sent them on their...
  • Daily Tournaments a Win-Win
    Daily Tournaments a Win-Win
    For a long time, many cardrooms resisted the idea of offering daily tournaments. After all, why would they want to give a customer the option to pay a one-time tournament entry fee of $10 or $20? Instead they could have him sitting in a cash game,...
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