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Guardian Unlimited
City of water: architects challenged to reboot Los AngelesAs the latest forecasts predict a “Godzilla El Nino” for southern California th
City of water: architects challenged to reboot Los Angeles
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 3 hours ago
As the latest forecasts predict a “Godzilla El Nino” for southern California this winter, water, as always, is on the drought-stricken territory’s mind. The coming season is shaping up to be even wetter than the record-breaking winter of 1997, when... Read more
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Dexter Daily Statesman
Ritter's office is the streets of AdvanceMADELINEDEJOURNETTadvancensc@sbcglobal.net Mayor Carl "Pete" Ritter sits on the
Ritter's office is the streets of Advance
Dexter Daily Statesman / Posted yesterday
MADELINEDEJOURNETTadvancensc@sbcglobal.net Mayor Carl "Pete" Ritter sits on the front porch at his home in Advance, where he has served the city for five years. The mayor conducts almost as much business from his porch as he does from his office at... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
All smiles as new frozen yoghurt shop opens up in north Belfast Retail entrepreneur Gavan Wall and Gavin Campbell, relationship director at B
All smiles as new frozen yoghurt shop opens up in north Belfast
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
Retail entrepreneur Gavan Wall and Gavin Campbell, relationship director at Barclays, have a taste of some frozen yoghurt at the new YoggieBerrie shop in the Fortwilliam area of north... Read more
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Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
Restaurant Notes: Flat Top going back to 1995 prices over Labor Day weekendWouldn't you like to go back to 1995, at least when it comes to paying for a re
Restaurant Notes: Flat Top going back to 1995 prices over Labor Day weekend
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel / Posted 6 days ago
Wouldn't you like to go back to 1995, at least when it comes to paying for a restaurant meal? Flat Top Grill is doing just that, to celebrate 20 years in business. The restaurant, which is in Jefferson Pointe in Fort Wayne, will offer its original... Read more
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Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
Restaurant Notes: Flat Top going back to 1995 prices over Labor Day weekendWouldn’t you like to go back to 1995, at least when it comes to paying for a re
Restaurant Notes: Flat Top going back to 1995 prices over Labor Day weekend
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel / Posted 6 days ago
Wouldn’t you like to go back to 1995, at least when it comes to paying for a restaurant meal? Flat Top Grill is doing just that, to celebrate 20 years in business. The restaurant, which is in Jefferson Pointe in Fort Wayne, will offer its original... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
The mother of all megaprojectsHudson Yards under construction on the far West Side. Hudson Yards, if complet
The mother of all megaprojects
Crain's New York Business / Posted 8 days ago
Hudson Yards under construction on the far West Side. Hudson Yards, if completed as planned, will be the largest private real estate development in U.S. history. Five skyscrapers, thousands of apartments, a sprawling retail center, a hotel,... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
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Jared Fogle Was Brought Down by Woman Who Secretly Recorded Him for FBI
Houston Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
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Orlando Sentinel
The Subway guy: How Jared Fogle went from overweight student to cultural iconHe helped it become one of the first fast-food chains to promote health and one
The Subway guy: How Jared Fogle went from overweight student to cultural icon
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 11 days ago
He helped it become one of the first fast-food chains to promote health and one of the most effective advertising brands in the restaurant industry, and he traveled the world and became a household name along the way. Here's a look at Fogle's ups... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
The Subway guy: How Jared Fogle went from overweight student to cultural iconHe helped it become one of the first fast-food chains to promote health and one
The Subway guy: How Jared Fogle went from overweight student to cultural icon
Chicago Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
He helped it become one of the first fast-food chains to promote health and one of the most effective advertising brands in the restaurant industry, and he traveled the world and became a household name along the way. Here's a look at Fogle's ups... Read more
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Forbes
Why Are There So Few Age-Friendly Cities?I recently participated in the Age Boom Academy program, Global Aging: Danger A
Why Are There So Few Age-Friendly Cities?
Forbes / Posted 18 days ago
I recently participated in the Age Boom Academy program, Global Aging: Danger Ahead? run by Columbia University’s Robert N. Butler Columbia Aging Center. While there, I heard a lot about New York City’s impressive efforts to be an “age-friendly”... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Toton couple branch out to open their own Subway franchiseMaps of New York adorn the walls of the new Subway in Stapleford – but for one
Toton couple branch out to open their own Subway franchise
Nottingham Post / Posted 20 days ago
Maps of New York adorn the walls of the new Subway in Stapleford – but for one entrepreneurial couple the store represents something much closer to home. Dan and Sammy Hardstaff, from Toton, have both worked for the American sandwich giant for a... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Toton couple branch out to open their own Subway franchsiseMaps of New York adorn the walls of the new Subway in Stapleford – but for one
Toton couple branch out to open their own Subway franchsise
Nottingham Post / Posted 21 days ago
Maps of New York adorn the walls of the new Subway in Stapleford – but for one entrepreneurial couple the store represents something much closer to home. Dan and Sammy Hardstaff, from Toton, have both worked for the American sandwich giant for a... Read more
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Times Newsweekly
Better transit needed, not airport overhaul Here in northeast Queens, airplane noise from LaGuardia Airport is overwhelmi
Better transit needed, not airport overhaul
Times Newsweekly / Posted 25 days ago
Here in northeast Queens, airplane noise from LaGuardia Airport is overwhelming, from before 6 a.m. to well after midnight most days, with planes booming overhead every 1 to 3 minutes, one after another,... Read more
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KPRC Local 2 Houston
Road 2 Rio: City upgrading public transportation ahead of OlympicsRoad to Rio: City upgrading public transportation ahead of Olympics CHANNEL 2
Road 2 Rio: City upgrading public transportation ahead of Olympics
KPRC Local 2 Houston / Posted 25 days ago
Road to Rio: City upgrading public transportation ahead of Olympics CHANNEL 2 NEWS AT 4:00. WE ARE TALKING OLYMPICS AND THE ROAD TO RIO IS PAVED WITH COMPLICATIONS. I GUESS YOU COULD SAY IT WAS BOUND TO HAPPEN WHEN YOU GET MILLIONS OF PEOPLE COMING... Read more
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donga.com
donga.com[English donga]Government trumpets �chaebol reform� after giving special benefits to Lotte . A
donga.com[English donga]
donga.com / Posted 25 days ago
Government trumpets �chaebol reform� after giving special benefits to Lotte . AUGUST 06, 2015 07:20. . In the wake of dispute over managerial control at Lotte Group, growing voices are calling for reform of governance structure of chaebol or... Read more
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KPRC Local 2 Houston
| News - HomeLike any large city in the world, Rio de Janeiro faces problems with traffic ja
| News - Home
KPRC Local 2 Houston / Posted 26 days ago
Like any large city in the world, Rio de Janeiro faces problems with traffic jams. A large chunk of the roughly $12 billion being spent for the Olympics is earmarked for upgrading public transportation. A new subway line, express bus routes and... Read more
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New Kerala
Rio's Olympic countdown: Will the city be ready? Just a year away from the first Olympic Games to be held in South America in
Rio's Olympic countdown: Will the city be ready?
New Kerala / Posted 26 days ago
Just a year away from the first Olympic Games to be held in South America in the Brazilian city of Rio, organisers say the city's preparations are on track and within the forecast budget. Despite... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Actually, your vote does matterThe Toronto Transit Commission last week announced another delay by Bombardier
Actually, your vote does matter
Calgary Sun / Posted 29 days ago
The Toronto Transit Commission last week announced another delay by Bombardier regarding the delivery of new streetcars for Toronto. It’s a cautionary tale with national implications regarding what happens when governments make decisions based on... Read more
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Queens Chronicle
Bus Rapid Transit: just what Woodhaven needsWhen Mayor de Blasio laid out his vision for New York City in his State of the
Bus Rapid Transit: just what Woodhaven needs
Queens Chronicle / Posted 30 days ago
When Mayor de Blasio laid out his vision for New York City in his State of the City address earlier this year, he described his plan to make the city more equitable with greater affordable housing options for residents. He rightly mentioned the... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Dining Notes: Hapa Li, newest food truck, now on the roadSay aloha to the newest food truck on the block, Hapa Li, owned and operated by
Dining Notes: Hapa Li, newest food truck, now on the road
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 30 days ago
Say aloha to the newest food truck on the block, Hapa Li, owned and operated by Stephanie and Sean Goldsberry. Look for Hawaiian favorites like the Loco Moco, an Angus beef hamburger patty, served over sticky rice, topped with brown gravy and a... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
The keys to keeping NYC competitiveIn the past 15 years, New York City has endured the devastating attacks of 9/11
The keys to keeping NYC competitive
Crain's New York Business / Posted 1 months ago
In the past 15 years, New York City has endured the devastating attacks of 9/11, two recessions, a Wall Street crisis that nearly annihilated the global economy and a catastrophic storm that wiped out billions of dollars in infrastructure. Despite it... Read more
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