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Philly.com
Comcast, Four Seasons gear up for hotel atop Philly's biggest towerMost days, Ben Shank finds himself holed up in a sixth-floor office, drawing up
Philly.com / Posted 5 days ago
Most days, Ben Shank finds himself holed up in a sixth-floor office, drawing up plans for the new Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia atop Comcast Corp.’s new technology tower, planning for the day when he’ll have hundreds of guests to schmooze and... Read more
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Business Wire
The Bardstown Bourbon Company Announces the Appointment of John J. Mack to Its Board of DirectorsAG, Lending Club, Bloomberg Family Foundation and Tri Alpha Energy. In addition
Business Wire / Posted 6 days ago
AG, Lending Club, Bloomberg Family Foundation and Tri Alpha Energy. In addition, he serves on the Board of Trustees of New York-Presbyterian Hospital and the University Hospital of both Columbia and Cornell. Mr. Mack’s appointment expands The... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Restaurant Owners Express Concern About Possible Sales Tax Hikesuggested pushing the state sales tax to 6.99 percent and allowing towns to tac
Hartford Courant / Posted 10 days ago
suggested pushing the state sales tax to 6.99 percent and allowing towns to tack on another percentage point for food and beverage at restaurants, fast food joints and other eateries. Lawmakers say the towns, long reliant on property taxes to pay... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
Jimmy Buffett’s home state ends ban on Margarita pitchersNEW YORK - JUNE 25: Jimmy Buffett and his band perform live on NBC's 'Today' sh
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted 11 days ago
NEW YORK - JUNE 25: Jimmy Buffett and his band perform live on NBC's 'Today' show in Rockefeller Plaza June 25, 2004 in New York City. (Photo by Paul Hawthorne/Getty Images) BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Welcome back to Margaritaville: Singer Jimmy Buffett’s... Read more
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The Mercury News
Plastic to be phased out at 19 major American aquariumsaquariums on Monday will announce that they are phasing out most plastic produc
The Mercury News / Posted 14 days ago
aquariums on Monday will announce that they are phasing out most plastic products — from plastic bags to straws to plastic beverage bottles. The effort, which will also include the creation of exhibits explaining how people can find alternatives... Read more
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New York Post
Why anti-Starbucks hipsters sound a lot like Trump supportersowned local businesses!” On July 13, a bunch of grinches calling themselves th
New York Post / Posted 15 days ago
owned local businesses!” On July 13, a bunch of grinches calling themselves the East Village Independent Merchants Association (EVIMA) will hold an anti-Starbucks rally at the corner of “St. Mark’s Place” and Avenue A, where a large new... Read more
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Asian journal
Filipino products aim to take a slice of the specialty food marketthe food industry. And this is why food buyers and vendors flock to the shows,
Asian journal / Posted 18 days ago
the food industry. And this is why food buyers and vendors flock to the shows, held in San Francisco in the winter and in New York during the summer. The specialty food and beverage industry reached a total of $127 billion last year, posting a... Read more
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Connecticut Post
25 Simple and Proven Ways to De-Stressis just a normal part of life. Granted, stress is worse for some people. In fa
Connecticut Post / Posted 27 days ago
is just a normal part of life. Granted, stress is worse for some people. In fact, according to the American Psychological Association, stress is a perfectly normal reaction that “developed in our ancient ancestors as a way to protect them from... Read more
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Greenwich Time
25 Simple and Proven Ways to De-Stressis just a normal part of life. Granted, stress is worse for some people. In fa
Greenwich Time / Posted 27 days ago
is just a normal part of life. Granted, stress is worse for some people. In fact, according to the American Psychological Association, stress is a perfectly normal reaction that “developed in our ancient ancestors as a way to protect them from... Read more
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The News-Times
25 Simple and Proven Ways to De-Stressis just a normal part of life. Granted, stress is worse for some people. In fa
The News-Times / Posted 27 days ago
is just a normal part of life. Granted, stress is worse for some people. In fact, according to the American Psychological Association, stress is a perfectly normal reaction that “developed in our ancient ancestors as a way to protect them from... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
25 Simple and Proven Ways to De-Stressis just a normal part of life. Granted, stress is worse for some people. In fa
Stamford Advocate / Posted 27 days ago
is just a normal part of life. Granted, stress is worse for some people. In fact, according to the American Psychological Association, stress is a perfectly normal reaction that “developed in our ancient ancestors as a way to protect them from... Read more
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Philly.com
Blink's new gyms in Philly show how fitness is surgingAre fitness studios and gyms the new Wawa? Seems there’s a new one popping up
Philly.com / Posted 29 days ago
Are fitness studios and gyms the new Wawa? Seems there’s a new one popping up every month in the region, often at a shopping center near you, Like everything in retail, trends are cyclical, and indoor cycling is all the craze right now. Since... Read more
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Cape Coral Daily Breeze
Business Briefs#301, Fort Myers. The cost is $25 per person. Register at esoa15.wildapricot.o
Cape Coral Daily Breeze / Posted 1 months ago
#301, Fort Myers. The cost is $25 per person. Register at esoa15.wildapricot.org. Bell Tower Shops appoints Palzer new marketing director The Bell Tower Shops has announced the appointment of Shannon Mae Palzer as marketing director.... Read more
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Philly.com
Squilla takes a public pool plunge, a la RendellMaybe it was the heat. Maybe it was because City Council had just finished its
Philly.com / Posted 1 months ago
Maybe it was the heat. Maybe it was because City Council had just finished its last session before a three-month summer break. Maybe it was the legacy of Ed Rendell, lingering over the whole event. Whatever the cause, City Councilman Mark Squilla... Read more

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