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Ballmer’s $2 billion Clippers offer nearly double...
If you’re Steve Ballmer and you want to make sure you win a bid for the Los Angeles Clippers, what is 10 percent of your net worth? That’s what Ballmer agreed to do when he bid $2 billion for the...
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The reticent chronicler
Granville �Red� Austin, 87, passed away at his home on Capitol Hill in Washington DC on July 6. His name is known in India because of two definitive books that he wrote, one about the making of the...
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Police officer enters plea
A Lansford police officer entered a guilty plea in Carbon County court on Tuesday to one count of corruption of a minor. Robert J. Shubeck, 40, of Nesquehoning, entered the plea before President...
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In defense of soda
With the recent news that another American city — San Francisco — is taking a hard look at soda by letting residents vote on a 2-cent-per-ounce tax on sugary drinks, it seems our country can’t stop...
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Shake it up before Shake Shack
If you thought Trader Joe's caused a traffic jam at the intersection of Morse Boulevard and U.S. Highway 17-92, just wait until Shake Shack opens Wednesday, July 30 in the same Lakeside development in...
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Amber Waves: Four years of fine beers, and then t...
Amber Waves marks its fourth anniversary this week. That doesn’t seem all that long, but in beer years, it’s ages. Consider what we reported in our first column on July 22, 2010: ■ Bold City Brewery...
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Cool off with a refreshing beer
Lighthouse Beer & Wine, 220 Causeway Drive in Wrightsville Beach, has plenty of beer for you to take along on your summer outing. Owner Jason Adams opened the shop in 1998. Adams said that Lighthouse,...
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Best ice cream parlors in the US, ranked by TripA...
If you didn't know that July was National Ice Cream Month, here's another excuse to eat America’s favorite frozen treat everyday. Travel site TripAdvisor has just announced the top 10 ice cream...
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£13.29 Lidl whisky wins top spirit award
A spokesman for the supermarket said “We’re delighted to have picked up the gold outstanding award for our Scotch Whisky. "With hints of honey and peat, the
really makes an impression in the...
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MIA Brewing Company Begins Construction, Hopes to...
At the celebration, MIA Brewing smashed the walls of its brand new home -- a building that once housed office space for an electrical contractor. "We're shooting to complete construction by...
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Miami New Times
The Spirit of Wastewater Treatment
The Spirit of Wastewater Treatment News Release from Veolia Water Technologies, a division of VWS (UK) Ltd Click here to enquire about this story Veolia Water Technologies has been awarded a...
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Southwold: Adnams wins ‘world’s best vodka’ accol...
Southwold: Adnams wins ‘world’s best vodka’ accolade at the International Wine and Spirit CompetitionAdnams head distiller John McCarthy at the company's Copper House Distillery with a bottle of its...
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Beer of the Month: Uinta Baba Black Lager
Published: Wednesday, July 23, 2014, 12:01 a.m. Beer of the Month: Uinta Baba Black Lager What it is: A black lager from Salt Lake City's Uinta Brewing. The black lager enjoys a deep beer history -...
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Prohibition themed cocktail bar to open in Shrews...
Eight new jobs have been created by the transformation of the iconic timber framed Stan Jones cycle shop on Hills Lane, which stood empty for two years. Blind Tiger, which opens on Friday, is named...
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New Pi garden to feature beer
One local community garden is set to celebrate summer harvest next month with a cool, frothy glass of beer. On Aug. 24, the sponsors of Earth Source Garden, located at the northeast corner of North...
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Xpress beer sales hit snag
STERLING — Alex Wright, co-owner of the Sterling Xpress baseball team, went before the Sterling City Council Tuesday to ask for help. Wright appeared as a "non-scheduled citizen" after Mayor Dan...
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For love of the brew
According to the American Home Brewers Association statistics, there are an estimated 1.2 million homebrewers in the United States, with two-thirds of those brewers having taken up the hobby in 2005...
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Chicago brewery Moody Tongue to launch $120 black...
Just a few weeks after debuting, Chicago’s Moody Tongue Brewing is planning to release a beer made with rare black truffles that will cost as much as $120 per bottle. (Good news: It’s a big...
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Rooftop drinks and frozen custard debut at Fenton...
The Fenton Fire Hall restaurant now has a biergarten on its roof and a frozen custard shop in its shadow. Both new features opened Friday at the popular destination, which occupies the city�s former...
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New brews coming to New Orleans
California’s Lagunitas Brewing Company is coming to Louisiana in October. The hop-heavy bad boy of beer will be distributed by Crescent Crown, and the release is eagerly anticipated by local beer...
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