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    Rockies’ Scott Oberg: Tosses scoreless inning

    Scott Oberg allowed one hit and no walks while striking out one over one scoreless inning in Friday’s spring loss to the Giants.Oberg was sharp during his spring debut after undergoing offseason surgery, and he only allowed a two-out single while pitching in relief during the fifth inning. The right-hander is expected to make eight appearances this spring, and he’ll be evaluated after each outing to make sure he doesn’t experience any setbacks. If he remains healthy, Oberg should begin the season on the major-league roster, although Daniel Bard has been named the Colorado Rockies’ closer to begin the year.

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    Rockies’ Scott Oberg: Scheduled to debut Friday

    Scott Oberg (arm) is scheduled to make his spring debut against the Giants on Friday, Thomas Harding of MLB.com reports.Oberg has been brought

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    Watch Michelle Obama Hilariously Attempt to Get Jimmy Kimmel’s Daughter Jane, 6, to Eat Vegetables

    Michelle Obama is continuing her mission to get all children to eat healthy — no matter how stubborn they may be.

    In an exclusive clip of Tuesday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the former First Lady, 57, tries to convince host Jimmy Kimmel‘s 6-year-old daughter Jane to diversify her appetite and eat vegetables.

    “So Jane, why don’t you like vegetables?” Obama, who was an advocate for healthy eating during her eight years in the White House, asks Jane.

    “‘Cause,” Jane says in hesitation while sitting beside her dad, “I don’t really like to try new things.”

    Obama then says she can relate to Jane’s distaste for vegetables as a child.

    “I know, I was like that when I was your age,” the mom of two says. “But here’s what I learned: If you try something new, just try it, that you open up your taste buds and then you’ll like

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    Massage Parlor Massacres Suspect Said He Loved Guns & God

    Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast / Photos Cherokee Sheriff’s OfficeATLANTA—A Georgia man who professed a passion for guns and God was in custody on Tuesday night after a string of shootings that police said appeared to target Asian women at massage parlors and left eight people dead.Aaron Long, 21, of Woodstock, Georgia, was caught on video at the crime scenes and later nabbed on a highway two hours south of Atlanta following a police chase, authorities said.Police stressed that it was still much too early to announce a motive, but the horrific attacks come amid a wave of targeted violence against the Asian-American community. Details about the suspect that began to trickle out offered few clues.“Pizza, guns, drums, music, family, and God. This pretty much sums up my life. It’s a pretty good life,” read the

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    Julia Turshen unites healthy and comfort in the kitchen: Delicious “does not have to be complicated”

    It shouldn’t feel revolutionary, but beloved cookbook author Julia Turshen has written a healthy cookbook with no limitations. When I pointed this out to her, the culinary force behind “Simply Julia: 110 Recipes for Healthy Comfort Food” was both humbled and sad.

    “I both really appreciate hearing that, and I’m also so sad to hear that,” Turshen told me on Salon Talks. “I just think for so long, I know that I confused the words ‘healthy’ and ‘skinny.’ I thought they meant the same thing.”

    Turshen wrote a healthy cookbook that both celebrates comfort food — a genre of food often associated with feelings of guilt — and has absolutely nothing to do with weight loss. Instead of associating the word “healthy” with limitations, Turshen associates it with limitlessness.

    “It has nothing to do with restriction. It has nothing to do with deprivation. There are no limitations in

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