It’s a hard time of year at the food market. Turnips and beets which went into the root cellar last November are still passable, but potatoes are soft with rot or sprouting from the eyes, and new crops are just now going into the ground. Even so, the market in Vladikavkaz was filled with shoppers when a bomb exploded there on Friday morning, killing sixty-two. The perpetrators have not been identified. Authorities say two suspects are being sought.