North To South: South To North:
Grass Valley, 746 Taylorville Rd Stockton, 1674 E Hammer Ln
Yuba City, 1310 Franklin Rd Lodi, 1230 W Kettleman Ln
Rocklin, 6751 Stanford Ranch Rd Elk Grove, 9170 E Stockton Blvd
Sacramento, 4821 Madison Ave Sacramento, 4770 Florin Rd
Rancho Cordova, 2216 Sunrise Blvd Sacramento, 1421 Meadowview Rd
Sacramento, 3001 N St Sacramento, 3525 Bradshaw Rd
Sacramento, 3800 Northgate Blvd W Sacramento, 779 Ikea Crt-Suite 100
Sacramento, 2941 Advantage Ln Sacramento, 2941 Advantage Ln
W Sacramento, 779 Ikea Crt-Suite 100 Sacramento, 3800 Northgate Blvd
Sacramento, 3525 Bradshaw Rd Sacramento, 3001 N St
Sacramento, 1421 Meadowview Rd Rancho Cordova, 2216 Sunrise Blvd
Sacramento, 4770 Florin Rd Sacramento, 4821 Madison Ave
Elk Grove, 9170 E Stockton Blvd Rocklin, 6751 Stanford Ranch Rd
Lodi, 1230 W Kettleman Ln Yuba City, 1310 Franklin Rd
Stockton, 1674 E Hammer Ln Grass Valley, 746 Taylorville Rd
East To West: West To East:
Folsom, 2525 Iron Point Rd Fairfield, 1601 N Texas St
Folsom, 1009 E Bidwell St Vacaville, 1401 E Monte Vista Ave
Rancho Cordova 2216 Sunrise Blvd Dixon, 1435 Ary Ln
Sacramento, 3525 Bradshaw Rd Davis, 1745 Cowell Blvd
Sacramento, 4821 Madison Ave W Sacramento, 779 Ikea Crt-Suite 100
Sacramento, 3001 N St Sacramento, 2941 Advantage Ln
Sacramento, 2035 Arden Way Sacramento, 3800 Northgate Blvd
Sacramento, 3800 Northgate Blvd Sacramento, 2035 Arden Way
Sacramento, 2941 Advantage Ln Sacramento, 3001 N St
W Sacramento, 779 Ikea Crt-Suite 100 Sacramento, 4821 Madison Ave
Davis, 1745 Cowell Blvd Sacramento, 3525 Bradshaw Rd
Dixon, 1435 Ary Ln Rancho Cordova 2216 Sunrise Blvd
Vacaville, 1401 E Monte Vista Ave Folsom, 1009 E Bidwell St
Fairfield, 1601 N Texas St Folsom, 2525 Iron Point Rd
1 (8 1/2 ounce) package yellow corn muffin mix, prepared and baked according to package instructions
6 Twinkies halves lengthwise
1 (14-18-pound) turkey
1 tart apple, peeled, cored and diced
1/4 cup honey
Remove the muffins from the oven and allow to cool on a wire rack. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
Scrape the creme-filling out of the Twinkies with a small spoon and reserve in small bowl.
Cut the Twinkie pastry into cubes and spread in a single layer on a baking sheet. Bake for 8 – 10 minutes, until lightly toasted. Remove from oven and allow to cool completely. Decrease the oven temperature to 325 degrees.
Rinse the turkey. Crumble muffins into a bowl, add the apple and toasted Twinkies and mix lightly. Loosely stuff the mixture into the turkey and truss the legs. Place the turkey, breast side up, on a rack set in a roasting pan. Roast the turkey for 12 to 15 minutes per pound, until the thigh temperature reaches 175 degrees to 180 degrees and the juices run clear.
In a small bowl, combine the honey with the reserved creme filling and mix well. Brush the turkey with the honey mixture during the last ten to fifteen minutes of roasting time.
Remove the turkey from the oven and let stand for 20 minutes before carving.
The Russian government has given the go-ahead on an ambitious new tunnel project that could connect Siberia with Alaska via an underground rail line. If completed, the $65 billion project will be the longest underwater tunnel in the world, besting the Chunnel between England and France by twice the distance. The planned course would stretch over 65 miles and would snake beneath the Big and Little Diomede Islands. According to Inhabitat, the project will be funded by a private and public partnership. So why build it?
Aside from being a civil engineering marvel, the tunnel would also provide an efficient way to move 100 million tons of freight per year. In addition, the tunnel could provide an easy transmission route for electricity developed by tidal energy stations and wind plants in Russia to Alaska and Canada. In addition, the rail system would complete a high-speed network that could stretch from London to New York City. Unfortunately, the project doesn't seem to be geared toward passenger travel. At least, not for now.
Superman is being revised as part of DC Comics' planned retooling of its entire line this fall. Writer Grant Morrison says the new version of "The Man of Steel" will be "more of a contemporary character. We'll be changing how he looks, dresses and behaves... he's wearing jeans and a T-shirtÂ -- aBruce Springsteen version of Superman, that's the angle we're taking." The new-look Superman makes his debut in September. --Sal Cirrincione
From Huffington Post:After years of renting notoriously spartan homes, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg finally has a house to call his own.
According to the Silicon Valley Mercury News, Zuckerberg has purchased a $7 million Palo Alto estate that features 5 bedrooms, a saltwater pool, and over 5,000 square feet of property. It would be the first house that Zuckerberg has actually purchased.Read The Full StoryMore House Pics Here
A new video on YouTube is causing an uproar, as critics question why Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents at the New Orleans airport gave an intense pat-down to a 6-year-old girl.Â The video shows a female TSA agent explaining the security procedure to the child's mother and then having the 6-year-old girl spread her arms and legs for the pat-down, which includes "sensitive areas," in the words of the agent.The child complains and the mom asks if re-scanning might be an option. The TSA agent replies, "no." The agent does try to calm the girl, telling her she has "pretty hair," and appears to conduct the pat-down in a gentle manner.The incident occurred at Armstrong International Airport in New Orleans last week.The family in the video is from Kentucky, and the mom, Selena Drexel, tells ABC's "Good Morning America" that they wereÂ returning from a vacationÂ when their daughter, Anna, underwent the pat-down. Anna's father, Todd Drexel, says his daughter started to cry afterward.
An Air France jumbo jet bound for Paris clipped the tail of a Delta Comair commuter plane while taxiing last night at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport.Â
There were no injuries, though passengers were startled, and the planes appeared to be damaged.
"It was pretty damned scary," Poppy Lawton, 29, of London, who was aboard the Delta flight, tells theÂ New York Daily News. "You could hear things breaking, almost like glass breaking."
AnÂ Air FranceÂ spokeswoman tellsÂ AOL Travel NewsÂ the Airbus A380 with 495 passengers and 25 crew onboard "was taxiing and the other one (plane) was parking" when the incident occurred around 8:09 p.m.
She says the carrier is cooperating with the National Transportation Safety Board in their investigation. "They are looking into the matter," the Air France spokeswoman says.
The A380 is theÂ world's biggestÂ commercial passenger plane.