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Sonoma's Wolfert Wins Beard Award for 'Morocco' Cookbook

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dsfkjsdfkljsdklfjsklfjsklfjsklCookbook author Paula Wolfert of Sonoma has won a James Beard Foundation Award for her latest book, “The Food of Morocco” (Ecco Press, 2011).

The ambitious tome, four decades in the making, is regarded as the definitive guide to Morocco's cuisine, culture and people. It took home the prize in the International category.

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A Daring Raid, And No Leeway

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OB-SQ691 bkrvde G 20120419153220Historians have so thoroughly fished the drama of World War II that it is hard to believe the subject still has prize catches to offer up, but here comes a keeper:

Tim Brady's "Twelve Desperate Miles," about Operation Torch in November 1942, when the Allies made their first big move against the Axis Powers by invading ports along the Moroccan, Algerian and Tunisian coasts.

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Moroccans To Read Books Before The Parliament

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Encourage-Reading-at-WorkOn the occasion of the World Book Day, Moroccan civilian activists called on their countrymen and countrywomen to massively participate in an event that will celebrate the importance of books and reading in building a sound and knowledgeable society.

The event is scheduled to take place on Monday 23 April before the Parliament in Rabat under the theme “Culture in the face of absurdity.” Every participant is supposed to bring a book to read for an hour.

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