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Vineyard Gazette
For the Love of Crabs (and Crab Cakes)In our house, food is love, but spending an afternoon cracking claws and pickin
For the Love of Crabs (and Crab Cakes)
Vineyard Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
In our house, food is love, but spending an afternoon cracking claws and picking the meat from a mess of crabs shows both affection and dedication. Arriving home to the sweet smell of cooking crabs and dining on crab cakes made for the best day and... Read more
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Crosscut
Is there still room for artists in Seattle?Ela Barton was chatting with a friend outside Hollow Earth Radio in the Central
Is there still room for artists in Seattle?
Crosscut / Posted 8 days ago
Ela Barton was chatting with a friend outside Hollow Earth Radio in the Central District when they were taken aback. “All of a sudden this Crossfit group comes running by,” Barton said. “The Central District is, one, historically black, and two,... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
Seattle vs. New England: The 2015 Super Bowl of seafoodTwo coasts. Two teams. Two major seafood cities. This year’s Super Bowl may be
Seattle vs. New England: The 2015 Super Bowl of seafood
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted 12 days ago
Two coasts. Two teams. Two major seafood cities. This year’s Super Bowl may be a matchup between Tom Brady and Russell Wilson, but for proud Seattle or Boston folks this could also be a battle for seafood city supremacy. Both cities have some clammy... Read more
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Billboard
Drake White's 'Livin' The Dream': 
A Gracious Message for a Harsh TimeThe new country artist hopes his optimistic track is his breakthrough. “When y
Drake White's 'Livin' The Dream': 
A Gracious Message for a Harsh Time
Billboard / Posted 17 days ago
The new country artist hopes his optimistic track is his breakthrough. “When you wake up in the morning,” says Dot singer-songwriter Drake White, “you have a choice whether you want to live a happy day or a sad day.” It’s not as easy as it sounds.... Read more
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ChillicotheNews
City, Woodworth settleThe city of Chillicothe and a former Chillicothe police officer reached a settl
City, Woodworth settle
ChillicotheNews / Posted 20 days ago
The city of Chillicothe and a former Chillicothe police officer reached a settlement with Chillicothe resident Mark Woodworth, who claimed his civil rights were violated following the shooting death of a rural Chillicothe woman in 1990. Chillicothe... Read more
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ChillicotheNews
City, Woodworth reach settlementThe city of Chillicothe and a former Chillicothe police officer reached a settl
City, Woodworth reach settlement
ChillicotheNews / Posted 21 days ago
The city of Chillicothe and a former Chillicothe police officer reached a settlement with Mark Woodworth, who claimed his civil rights were violated following the shooting death of a rural Chillicothe woman in 1990. Posted Jan. 21, 2016 at 12:26... Read more
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ChillicotheNews
City, Woodworth reach settlementThe city of Chillicothe and a former Chillicothe police officer reached a settl
City, Woodworth reach settlement
ChillicotheNews / Posted 22 days ago
The city of Chillicothe and a former Chillicothe police officer reached a settlement with Chillicothe resident Mark Woodworth, who claimed his civil rights were violated following the shooting death of a rural Chillicothe woman in 1990. Posted Jan.... Read more
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KIRO 7 Seattle-Tacoma
Why some predict most Seattle restaurants will be ‘tipless’ in...Some restaurant owners predict many in the Seattle restaurant business will rem
Why some predict most Seattle restaurants will be ‘tipless’ in...
KIRO 7 Seattle-Tacoma / Posted 29 days ago
Some restaurant owners predict many in the Seattle restaurant business will remove the tip line in place of higher prices or a flat service charge, within a matter of five years. The latest to go tipless is Tom Douglas, who will instead begin... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Seattle's biggest restaurateur ditches tipping, embraces $15/hr minimum wageSeattle's biggest restaurateur Tom Douglas will be nixing tipping at Dahlia Lou
Seattle's biggest restaurateur ditches tipping, embraces $15/hr minimum wage
OregonLive.com / Posted a month ago
Seattle's biggest restaurateur Tom Douglas will be nixing tipping at Dahlia Lounge, Palace Kitchen and The Carlile Room as of Feb. 1, The Seattle Times reports. The rest of his full-service restaurants are likely to follow by the end of March. A 20... Read more
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KIRO 7 Seattle-Tacoma
Tom Douglas restaurants to start 20 percent service chargeRestaurants owned by renowned chef Tom Douglas plan to start a 20 percent servi
Tom Douglas restaurants to start 20 percent service charge
KIRO 7 Seattle-Tacoma / Posted a month ago
Restaurants owned by renowned chef Tom Douglas plan to start a 20 percent service charge in place of a tip. The restaurants are The Carlile Room, Palace Kitchen and Dahlia Lounge, and the service charge is set to begin February 1. “Our research and... Read more

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