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Raising a glass to upstart distillers
... working for a struggling tech startup business in London, was in Austin, Texas, for the South by Southwest festival, trying to drum up interest in his company. One evening at a bar in...
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Sushi Train signals CBD interest
Dubbo's first sushi train restaurant is set to open in the city's centre today in premises that have undergone a substantial renovation. Nathan Jeon preparing a renovated premises in the centre of...
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Dubbo City Council
Technology, fresh ideas are creating new services...
From souped-up barber shops to carnival food catering and computerized dry cleaning, innovation and creativity are putting a new spin on how businesses operate, even some common services that have...
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University of Miami
Hitting the Bourbon Trail: Kentucky takes advanta...
Bourbon is so steeped in Kentucky history, distilleries dot highways across the state. To showcase the state’s bourbon history and resources, the Kentucky Distiller’s Association established the...
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Century-old Elks Lodge will face wrecking ball
It's older than Allentown's Dime Savings and Trust, the historic downtown bank that has been rebuilt and incorporated into the PPL Center, but no one is clamoring for the city's 110-year-old Elks...
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Downshifting from Ocado to Lidl to try and save m...
Since moving to the countryside and having a second child, my shopping habits have altered dramatically. I used to do the big weekly shop at Tesco and then my husband would do a deli shop on Friday...
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Rhino™ Mobile Computer
Tailored for warehouse management, the Rhino™ increases productivity through reduced errors during receiving, put-away, picking and shipping activities. Addition of a hand held bar code scanner allows...
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Sounds of Kinshasa: music, dance and culture are ...
A member of the Kimbanguist Symphony Orchestra practises outside the orchestra headquarters in Kinshasa An energetic pelvis, clad so tight in orange velour that the material rumples at the groin, is...
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Weekend Events: New shoes for students, Chesterfi...
Volunteers are needed and can sign up between 8:30am -9am Saturday morning. Virginia Opera, The Official Opera Company of the Commonwealth of Virginia, 2nd annual Opera in the Park, Saturday,...
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CBS 6 Richmond
'One punch ruined my life' says Northumberland DJ...
Family pictures of DJ and father-of-two Wayne Urwin Happy family photos are a heartbreaking reminder of the carefree life tragic Wayne Urwin had stolen from him. And they stand as a stark warning of...
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A hat-trick of Adelaide’s hottest new cafes
LARRY & LADD Shop 36, Regent Arcade the vibe Follow the tiles toward Regent Arcade’s new lad on the block. The specialist coffee spot doesn’t look out of place in the classic CBD surrounds. Think...
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King’s Lynn set for biggest-ever Heritage Open day
King’s Lynn set for biggest-ever Heritage Open dayClifton House, the Custom House and River Ouse taken from the south tower of King's Lynn Minster. Picture: Ian Burt More than 50 of King’s Lynn’s...
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For the first time
If you're among the lucky folks who get one or more days off from work – heck, if you're among the lucky folks to be employed! – take some time off to appreciate some lovely luscious leisure. Outdoor...
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First LGBTAQIA bar to open in San Marcos
When former Texas State student Chris Rue first had the idea to open San Marcos’ first and only gay bar, it was a casual “what if” tossed out over drinks with friends one night. Nearly two years...
Read more at The University Star
... his debut album. Erin Margaret Alison Rambo High-waisted Wranglers: bringing musicians together since, well, since two months ago. It all started at the Near Southside watering hole The...
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Smorgasburg Founders' 9,000-Sq.-Ft. Beer Hall Ber...
CROWN HEIGHTS — Get excited, beer lovers: Berg’n, the new 9,000-square-foot beer hall and food court in the neighborhood, is open for business. To wash down dinner, Berg’n has nearly a dozen kinds of...
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Lila Downs hits House of Blues
... p.m. at House of Blues, 1204 Caroline; 832-667-7794. Nick Gaitan and Umbrella Man: 10 p.m. at the Big Top Lounge, 3714 Main; 713-529-9899. Friday 8.29 Jared Blake: Country-rocker who appeared...
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Michael Andrews, colorful restaurateur behind Loo...
... says Michael “Mikey” Andrews could light up a room with his legendary sense of humor. The colorful Twin Cities restaurateur, known for popular eateries such as Sgt. Preston’s, J.D....
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Who wants to invest in Ferguson now?
FERGUSON, Mo. (MarketWatch) — This town is already cleaning up. The streets are litter-free. The windows are being repaired. Now the question is, can this small community be able to draw new...
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