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BOY Mejorada has filed yet another graft case against Mayor Jed Mabilog of Iloilo City over the joint venture on the implementation of clamping and towing services under the city’s ordinance on...
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U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Actor Tom Sturridge on playing the scoundrel
Though one character is a scoundrel in uniform and the other a former drug addict, there are certain, rather weird similarities in Sturridge’s performances of both the characters; they both have a...
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DENNIS SEID: Vanelli still considering many detai...
When the iconic Vanelli’s restaurant reopens in Tupelo has been one of the biggest questions left unanswered as the community continues to recover. I sat down with voz Vanelli recently, and he was...
Read more at Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
In the fast lane at North Carolina's NASCAR Hall ...
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — If life in the fast lane turns your gears, then Cabarrus County will get your heart racing. The starting line is downtown Charlotte and a visit to the NASCAR Hall of Fame. The...
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Their menu keeps on growing
Al and Pam Mariano own two successful restaurants, Bailey's Bar & Grille in Townsend and Mariano's in Pepperell, while running
at Townsend Ridge Country Club. In just a few months, they...
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Exploring new destinations in Napa Valley
In St. Helena, there’s the Wydown Hotel in downtown; the Harvest Inn is a short drive from Main Street; and Goose & Gander is one of the best places to eat in the charming and walkable downtown. The...
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Bentonville readies for inaugural film festival
Almost five months after announcing the Bentonville Film Festival, Trevor Drinkwater remains resolute in his initial belief in the concept. Ticket sales continue to outstrip expectations, filmmakers...
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A basketball star, a ton of marijuana and a reput...
Jason Miskiri at the Society Restaurant & Lounge in Silver Spring, Md. He will forfeit the business as part of his plea arrangement with federal prosecutors in his marijuana trafficking case. (The...
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Jinjuu: restaurant review
... Kingly Street, London W1 (020 8181 8887). Meal for two, including drinks and service, £110 A damp winter’s night in January, and waiting for me by the door as I leave Jinjuu, a new glossy Korean...
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Lettuce Be Local builds on farm-to-chef links
STERLING � It's been three years since Lynn and Lee Stromberg decided to follow their dream of connecting local Massachusetts growers to the food and restaurant industries. The couple recognized a...
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Nosh Pit: A farm-fork-saver approach to the droug...
The place settings at Mulvaney’s B&L have become simpler as the great parching of California continues. Water glasses no longer instantly greet customers. As of mid-March, restaurants in California...
Read more at The Sacramento Bee
National Restaurant Association
Tips for perfect dinner parties
THE WASHINGTON POSTPatrick O'Connell's new book is a lush coffee table fantasy about the Virginia inn he has run for 30-plus years and includes a chapter on entertaining. Picture: Inn at Little...
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Locals Worry About Loved Ones in Nepal
SACRAMENTO — The 7.8 magnitude earthquake in Nepal is affecting some people in Sacramento. As the death toll continues to rise, locals with ties to the region are worrying about their loved...
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New business spotlight on Mel's Deli and Cafe
... wanted to be in my hometown," she said. "I've been looking for a good location." She opened Mel's Deli & Cafe April 17 at 365 Broad St. For the past six years, Hartranft had been doing catering,...
Read more at The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
From empty building to indoor farm
BRIDGEPORT -- It's a working farm contained in a 2,200-square-foot room. Outside conditions -- weather, season, available sunlight -- have no bearing on production. And it could soon be common in...
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'A terrible thing': Kurt Fearnley at bombing scene
WATCH: AUSTRALIAN paralympian Kurt Fearnley was resting in hotel about 100 metres from finish line when explosions occurred. Australian paralympian Kurt Fearnley had finished fifth in the Boston...
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Shots Fired On Mallette Road; Pit Bull Missing
Police said shots were fired on Mallette Road, and a pit bull is missing. Janice Pritchett said she heard 2-3 gunshots. Her neighbor, Ronald Smith, said he fired three shots after Ms. Pritchett's...
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Village Eatery to Close Amid Rent Hike and Constr...
WEST VILLAGE — An Italian eatery that has stood on Greenwich Avenue for 17 years will close for good at the end of April, according to a letter from
's owners. Grano Trattoria, an...
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Department of Buildings
Iconic restaurant reopens in Yorkville
The success of Bill's Famous Ribs made it all the more disappointing to residents when
closed down in December of 2013. However, the building at 510 Public Road has been brought back to...
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Lewiston’s Smelt Festival expands beyond the wate...
LEWISTON – Whether you are a fisherman or not, smelt – a small freshwater fish that run in schools in the lower Niagara River – are the first sign of spring. And their arrival marks Lewiston’s first...
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