Maggie Martin http://wjsu.org en Raising Tastier Sea Urchins For Foodies And The Environment http://wjsu.org/post/raising-tastier-sea-urchins-foodies-and-environment Sea urchins are considered a culinary delicacy in many parts of the world, including Japan and the United States. The market for this "foie gras of the sea" is growing rapidly — so fast that supply can't keep up with demand.<p>But a scientist in Birmingham, Ala., says he's found a solution: He's built a sea urchin farm in his lab and has even developed a food for them to make them taste better. Mon, 23 Sep 2013 21:10:00 +0000 Maggie Martin 18703 at http://wjsu.org Raising Tastier Sea Urchins For Foodies And The Environment Uncovering Secrets Buried At A Neglected Cemetery http://wjsu.org/post/uncovering-secrets-buried-neglected-cemetery At most cemeteries, hearing weed cutters and lawn mowers trimming grass around graves would seem normal enough. But at Lincoln Cemetery in Montgomery, Ala., these are the sounds of progress.<p>Lincoln Cemetery was established in 1907 for African-Americans. But with no one in charge of the cemetery or keeping up with burial records, abuse, vandalism and neglect became rampant and the cemetery is in disrepair. Grass and weeds grew three feet high. Thu, 09 Aug 2012 07:20:00 +0000 Maggie Martin 6147 at http://wjsu.org Uncovering Secrets Buried At A Neglected Cemetery