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San Jose's two Brazilian steakhouses compared
Earlier this year, two Brazilian steakhouses opened in San Jose, where previously there were none -- a great turn of events for hard-core carnivores and those on the paleo diet. It happened within a...
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None of your favorite shows would have existed in...
By Eric Buchman Provided by It's finally happening. The consumers have spoken, corporate America has listened, and the gears are finally in motion to deliver “à la carte cable” – the ability to...
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Marrakech Moroccan Café & Grill
How many of the ideas you’ve had while smoking a hookah have ever come to fruition? Ideas beyond, “How about heading home and taking a nap?” Well, smoking a hookah was how the concept of Marrakech...
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Breakfast or lunch, Blue Bird Inn brings happiness
Down a country road in search of a hearty New England breakfast. E.F.: This old saying was rattling around my head after we had a bountiful breakfast at one of the area's most popular breakfast spots...
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Black Rock Turnpike
Restaurant inspections: Mamma's Pizza in Manchest...
Inspected Oct. 9 • York Suburban High School, Spring Garden Township • Valley View Elementary School, Spring Garden Township • Stony Brook Elementary School, Springettsbury Township • Rutter's...
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Logic Breaks Down 6 Things to Know About Him
Logic, born Sir Robert bryson Hall II, is one of 2014's biggest surprises. Under Pressure (Def Jam, Oct. 21), the debut LP from the 24-year-old Maryland native, is a gem, with a mix of earnest raps...
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It's Punkin' Chunkin' Time At The Brainerd Farmer...
Chunk a punkin’ this Saturday at the Brainerd Farmers’ Market for a chance to win a pumpkin just in time for Halloween The Brainerd Farmers’ Market announces its first annual “Punkin’ Chunkin’...
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Protestant Episcopal Church
When I first saw the pork buns ($7.95) at Pho District (2401 W. 7th St., Ste. 117), I was sure I’d made a terrible mistake. The bun itself looked like a Dr. Scholl’s insert for an orthopedic shoe. But...
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Parryville man celebrating 90 years
William "Bill" Fillingham of Parryville celebrated his 90th birthday on Oct. 21. He was born in Geneva, New York. He served in the United States Army in the China Burma India Theater during World War...
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United States Army
Couple relies on local food bank to help suppleme...
Local merchants show sale prices this week as $3.99 for a pound of lean ground beef; $1.89 for a bottle of store-brand apple juice; $1.99 for a pound of grapes; $1.79 for a loaf of sandwich
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Bring Out Your Dead
Here in the United States, our fascination with ghouls, zombies and the dead and/or near-dead peaks at Halloween. In Mexico, departed souls are remembered and celebrated during the Day of the Dead:...
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DAY OF THE DEAD
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The Herald-Progress - HERALD-PROGRESS, Ashland VA...
Diversions week of October 23, 2014 Posted on Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at 4:08 pm Crafters Wanted Concord Baptist Church is having a Church Bazaar Saturday, Nov. 22 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Vendors...
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Big-city dining experience
... Mark Smesko and Michael Vallas Boardman - We arrived at 492 McClurg Road, home of the CA Restaurant. The ambiance gives the vibe that there is something special to come with the clean and...
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Making up art is a passion for makeup artist
... are ready for you.” Quickly taking off her outfit associated with the character Miss Gulch, Ciaravino sits in the main makeup chair. The trio of artists closes in and Ciaravino closes her eyes....
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Jones's patience paying off for Cowboys
Patience: a virtue you’re not likely to associate with football culture in general, and especially not with Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, a man known for ditching his suite to watch close games on his...
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National Football League
Obama Pledged Government "Transparency" But Threa...
President Obama, who pledged to run a "transparent" administration, instead is threatening reporters with trial and imprisonment if they don't reveal the identities of officials who leak information...
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Where to Go and What to Do This Weekend in Louisv...
To celebrate Paul McCartney’s first ever visit to Louisville, Abbey Road on the River will host a 3-day tribute festival in his honor from October 24-26, 2014. The event will be held at the Belvedere...
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Cheese trays, grilled cheese, cheese soup at Chee...
The word “cheese” was on everyone’s lips at the 2nd annual Cheese Festival at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. There were cheese trays, grilled cheese sandwiches and even cheese soup! People who love...
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Try San Francisco–Inspired Artisanal Toast and Co...
The lowly slice of
has become a controversial cultural phenomenon since the "artisanal toast" craze swept San Francisco. Now, fancified carbs can be found in D.C. at Slipstream, which opened on...
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How to cook a feast fit for a farmers market
Bone marrow is the soft, spongy tissue found inside bones. It has long been overlooked as a foodstuff, but fuelled by its appearance on restaurant menus and in newspaper food supplements, sales at...
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