The 18-pound, barnacle-encrusted lobster had seen better days. After evading for at least 75 years the fate met by countless other crustaceans, he found himself in an offshore trawler, ultimately ending up in the tank at Mullaney’s Fish Market in Scituate. Luckily for the lobster, store owner Joby Norton has a soft spot for older sea creatures. Read more… http://www.odumagazine.com/18-pound-lobster/
Sometimes instead of coming up with new ideas for scenes in movies, it’s just easier to copy your own work. Check out this video that shows how Disney recycled and re-used and repurposed scenes from its movies. Sleeping Beauty is Beauty in the Beast, Robin Hood was used in Snow White and so on.
Pacific Halibut. And some of the largest and finest come from Homer, Alaska. (Homer is located on the southern tip of the Kenai Peninsula). Pacific or Alaskan Halibut is a fine food fish. A tip: like salmon, they are seasonal. While the fish can be caught year-round, most are caught from June to late September, which coincides with the salmon run (halibut feed off of the spent salmon that drift back into the sea.) Fresh is best. They're also great to catch!