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The Sacramento Bee
Team Justin (Rose-Timberlake) off to strong start at Pebble BeachJustin Rose, right, is greeted by playing partner Justin Timberlake, left, afte
Team Justin (Rose-Timberlake) off to strong start at Pebble Beach
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 4 hours ago
Justin Rose, right, is greeted by playing partner Justin Timberlake, left, after making a birdie on the fourth green of the Spyglass Hill Golf Course during the first round of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am on Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016, in... Read more
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TechCrunch
IfOnly Lands $10.25 Million Series B For Its Growing “Experiences” MarketplaceIt used to be hard to take IfOnly very seriously. The 3.5-year-old, San Francis
IfOnly Lands $10.25 Million Series B For Its Growing “Experiences” Marketplace
TechCrunch / Posted 3 days ago
It used to be hard to take IfOnly very seriously. The 3.5-year-old, San Francisco-based company service has always serviced customers looking for unusual experiences, but they seemed out of reach for most, like the (expensive) chance to cook with... Read more
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TechCrunch
IfOnly Lands $10.25 Million Series B For Its Growing “Experiences” MarketplaceIt used to be hard to take IfOnly very seriously. The 3.5-year-old, San Francis
IfOnly Lands $10.25 Million Series B For Its Growing “Experiences” Marketplace
TechCrunch / Posted 3 days ago
It used to be hard to take IfOnly very seriously. The 3.5-year-old, San Francisco-based company service has always serviced customers looking for unusual experiences, but they seemed out of reach for most, like the (expensive) chance to cook with... Read more
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Palo Alto Weekly
Dinner with a side of quirkIt didn't take long to realize that Bird Dog is not the kind of restaurant Palo
Dinner with a side of quirk
Palo Alto Weekly / Posted 5 days ago
It didn't take long to realize that Bird Dog is not the kind of restaurant Palo Alto sees very often. The restaurant, which opened at 420 Ramona St. in November, offers big-city sophistication with a hefty dose of quirkiness. Whether it's the... Read more
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WBEZ91.5
Meet the Most Pampered Vegetables in AmericaThere's a small corner of the restaurant world where food is art and the plate
Meet the Most Pampered Vegetables in America
WBEZ91.5 / Posted 7 days ago
There's a small corner of the restaurant world where food is art and the plate is just as exquisite as the mouthful. In this world, chefs are constantly looking for new creative materials for the next stunning presentation. The tiny community of... Read more
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Herald Sun
Why would a famous chef kill himself?Australian chef Neil Perry runs several hatted restaurants and says the pressur
Why would a famous chef kill himself?
Herald Sun / Posted 9 days ago
Australian chef Neil Perry runs several hatted restaurants and says the pressure to maintain positive reviews can take its toll. Picture: Dylan Robinson. TWO of Australia’s top chefs say the constant pressure on restaurants to perform and maintain... Read more
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The Courier Mail
‘There’s a lot of pressure on us to perform’Australian chef Neil Perry runs several hatted restaurants and says the pressur
‘There’s a lot of pressure on us to perform’
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
Australian chef Neil Perry runs several hatted restaurants and says the pressure to maintain positive reviews can take its toll. Picture: Dylan Robinson. TWO of Australia’s top chefs say the constant pressure on restaurants to perform and maintain... Read more
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Perth Now
‘There’s a lot of pressure on us to perform’Australian chef Neil Perry runs several hatted restaurants and says the pressur
‘There’s a lot of pressure on us to perform’
Perth Now / Posted 9 days ago
Australian chef Neil Perry runs several hatted restaurants and says the pressure to maintain positive reviews can take its toll. Picture: Dylan Robinson. TWO of Australia’s top chefs say the constant pressure on restaurants to perform and maintain... Read more
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Adelaide Now
‘There’s a lot of pressure on us to perform’Australian chef Neil Perry runs several hatted restaurants and says the pressur
‘There’s a lot of pressure on us to perform’
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 days ago
Australian chef Neil Perry runs several hatted restaurants and says the pressure to maintain positive reviews can take its toll. Picture: Dylan Robinson. TWO of Australia’s top chefs say the constant pressure on restaurants to perform and maintain... Read more
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Yahoo News
Per Se’s Thomas Keller Says Sorry After Poor New York Times Review Photo: Yahoo In a rare move for a chef of his caliber, Per Se’s Thomas Kelle
Per Se’s Thomas Keller Says Sorry After Poor New York Times Review
Yahoo News / Posted 14 days ago
Photo: Yahoo In a rare move for a chef of his caliber, Per Se’s Thomas Keller issued a touching and humble apology to his patrons after receiving two out of four stars in a review... Read more
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New York Magazine
‘Black Americans for a Better Future’ Super-Pac Funded Entirely by Rich White GuysChicago Police Have Been Sabotaging Their Dash Cams Fox News Statement Tauntin
‘Black Americans for a Better Future’ Super-Pac Funded Entirely by Rich White Guys
New York Magazine / Posted 14 days ago
Chicago Police Have Been Sabotaging Their Dash Cams Fox News Statement Taunting Trump Was ‘100 Percent’ Roger Ailes What Bernie Sanders Doesn’t Understand About American Politics Yoga Hosers Is Vintage Kevin Smith, for Better or Worse You Can... Read more
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FOX News
Thomas Keller breaks silence after harsh NYT reviewTwo weeks ago, New York Times restaurant critic Pete Wells delivered a scathing
Thomas Keller breaks silence after harsh NYT review
FOX News / Posted 14 days ago
Two weeks ago, New York Times restaurant critic Pete Wells delivered a scathing review of acclaimed chef Thomas Keller and his New York City restaurant Per Se. Demoting the restaurant from four stars down to two, he likened restaurant's dishes to... Read more
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Kingston Daily Freeman
SCHOLASTIC WRESTLING: Taylor Benson leads Red Hook in Minisink tournamentSLATE HILL >> Taylor Benson went 4-0 at 145 pounds to lead Red Hook High at the
SCHOLASTIC WRESTLING: Taylor Benson leads Red Hook in Minisink tournament
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted 17 days ago
SLATE HILL >> Taylor Benson went 4-0 at 145 pounds to lead Red Hook High at the recent Gene Brigham wrestling tournament at Minisink Valley. The Raiders went 1-3 in the event, defeating Monticello, 64-21, and losing to host Minisink, 64-15,... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Meet The Most Pampered Vegetables In AmericaPhoto by Ryan Kellman NPR Photo by Ryan Kellman NPR Photo by Ryan Kellman NPR
Meet The Most Pampered Vegetables In America
KPBS San Diego / Posted 17 days ago
Photo by Ryan Kellman NPR Photo by Ryan Kellman NPR Photo by Ryan Kellman NPR Photo by Ryan Kellman NPR Photo by Michelle Demuth-Bibb Chef's Garden Photo by Ryan Kellman NPR Photo by Ryan Kellman NPR Photo by Ryan Kellman NPR Photo by Ryan... Read more
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Slate
A Conversation With New York Times Food Critic Pete WellsArts, entertainment, and more. “Dinner or lunch at this grand, hermetic, self-
A Conversation With New York Times Food Critic Pete Wells
Slate / Posted 21 days ago
Arts, entertainment, and more. “Dinner or lunch at this grand, hermetic, self-regarding, ungenerous restaurant brings a protracted march of many dishes,” wrote New York Times food critic Pete Wells in his recent review of Per Se, the much-hyped... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
San Francisco just learned the cost of doing the NFL a favorYou could call it adding insult to injury: After the National Football League's
San Francisco just learned the cost of doing the NFL a favor
Los Angeles Times / Posted 21 days ago
You could call it adding insult to injury: After the National Football League's 49ers abandoned San Francisco for a new stadium in Santa Clara in 2014, the NFL threw its former franchise city the crumb of a week of branded events leading up to this... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Sesame Pork Roast worth the waitWhen important people who cook are asked what their indispensable kitchen tools
Sesame Pork Roast worth the wait
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 23 days ago
When important people who cook are asked what their indispensable kitchen tools are, the answers tend to be similar. It usually boils down to a chef's knife and a heavy set of cookware, with a few random culinary gadgets, depending on who answers the... Read more
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Connecticut Post
How Going Bigger Was Not Better for This Celebrity ChefMario Batali, Thomas Keller, Daniel Boulud -- these men are among a handful of
How Going Bigger Was Not Better for This Celebrity Chef
Connecticut Post / Posted 23 days ago
Mario Batali, Thomas Keller, Daniel Boulud -- these men are among a handful of world-famous celebrity chefs who have scaled big and now have restaurants all over the world. “I didn’t really enjoy spending my life in the planes or trains,” Ripert... Read more
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The News-Times
How Going Bigger Was Not Better for This Celebrity ChefMario Batali, Thomas Keller, Daniel Boulud -- these men are among a handful of
How Going Bigger Was Not Better for This Celebrity Chef
The News-Times / Posted 23 days ago
Mario Batali, Thomas Keller, Daniel Boulud -- these men are among a handful of world-famous celebrity chefs who have scaled big and now have restaurants all over the world. “I didn’t really enjoy spending my life in the planes or trains,” Ripert... Read more
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Greenwich Time
How Going Bigger Was Not Better for This Celebrity ChefMario Batali, Thomas Keller, Daniel Boulud -- these men are among a handful of
How Going Bigger Was Not Better for This Celebrity Chef
Greenwich Time / Posted 23 days ago
Mario Batali, Thomas Keller, Daniel Boulud -- these men are among a handful of world-famous celebrity chefs who have scaled big and now have restaurants all over the world. “I didn’t really enjoy spending my life in the planes or trains,” Ripert... Read more
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Japan Today
Cruises 2016: Big new ships, submarine trips, 'voluntourism' ‹ Japan TodayUnderwater sightseeing in a glass submarine, shopping with a chef for dinner in
Cruises 2016: Big new ships, submarine trips, 'voluntourism' ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 26 days ago
Underwater sightseeing in a glass submarine, shopping with a chef for dinner ingredients and volunteering with locals: These are some of the new options this season for cruise passengers. Also in 2016 from the cruise industry, Royal Caribbean... Read more
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Providence Business News
Rhody flavor in TexasAbout a year ago, it seemed that the two American cities getting the most atten
Rhody flavor in Texas
Providence Business News / Posted 27 days ago
About a year ago, it seemed that the two American cities getting the most attention for their restaurant scenes were Austin, Texas, and Providence. Here in Rhode Island our local eateries were being named to one "best of" list after another, while in... Read more
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Connecticut Post
I had a decadent meal at one of the best restaurants in New York City — here's what it was likeKathryn Chou/Business Insider Per Se opened its doors in February 2004 and has
I had a decadent meal at one of the best restaurants in New York City — here's what it was like
Connecticut Post / Posted 27 days ago
Kathryn Chou/Business Insider Per Se opened its doors in February 2004 and has since garnered three Michelin stars and accolades from diners and critics around the world ... that is, from many critics who aren't named Pete Wells. This week, the New... Read more
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Business Insider
I had a decadent meal at one of the best restaurants in New York City — here's what it was likePer Se opened its doors in February 2004 and has since garnered three Michelin
I had a decadent meal at one of the best restaurants in New York City — here's what it was like
Business Insider / Posted 27 days ago
Per Se opened its doors in February 2004 and has since garnered three Michelin stars and accolades from diners and critics around the world ... that is, from many critics who aren't named Pete Wells. This week, the New York Times restaurant critic... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
SCA students named to honor rollsThe following students were named: Principal’s Honor Roll (All A’s) 1st Grade
SCA students named to honor rolls
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 27 days ago
The following students were named: Principal’s Honor Roll (All A’s) 1st Grade: Carly Beck, Gio Calderon, Madison Gilmore, Ryleigh Goodson, Clayton Hutchins, Cora Lankford, Luke Laster, Braelyn McBride, Hatcher Quinn, Adelyn Stroud, Caleb Vinson,... Read more
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FOX News
NYT food critic Pete Wells gives Thomas Keller's acclaimed restaurant two starsNew York Times food critic Pete Wells has lobbed another bombshell, this time i
NYT food critic Pete Wells gives Thomas Keller's acclaimed restaurant two stars
FOX News / Posted 30 days ago
New York Times food critic Pete Wells has lobbed another bombshell, this time in the direction of acclaimed chef Thomas Keller. Per Se is one of the most highly regarded restaurants in New York City and has, in the past, received four-star ratings... Read more
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Quartz
America’s best restaurant just got BURNT - Quartz TASTES LIKE BONG WATER Per Se owner Thomas Keller checks for signs
America’s best restaurant just got BURNT
Quartz / Posted 30 days ago
- Quartz TASTES LIKE BONG WATER Per Se owner Thomas Keller checks for signs of burning. (AP Photo/Richard Drew) Thomas Keller’s Per Se—the lavish New York restaurant... Read more

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