Tribal Installment Loans Online for Bad Credit: Apply Now

What Are Tribal Installment Loans? Installment loans offered by tribes are very comparable to those offered by the majority of online lenders. A loan of this type, which is for a low amount of money and is unsecured, can be repaid over the course of a set period of time …

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Q&A with The Inn’s Toby Moreno – Indianapolis Monthly

Auberge Chef Toby MorenoPhoto by Tony Valainis FOR MARION, INDIANA, originally from Toby Moreno, getting a job at a nearby Mexican restaurant at age 14 was more about earning extra money for a new pair of Jordans than a deep love of food. But cooking, as well as a way …

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Where to watch the 2022 World Cup bars, restaurants and event spaces in New York

Looking for the best places to watch the biggest sporting event on the planet in the biggest city in the world? Here are the best spots in town according to Hudson River Blue contributors and readers who make up the New York City FC community. Note that we are adding …

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Food and more at Terminals 3 and 4

If you’re new to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport or haven’t been there recently, it can be difficult trying to find your way around and familiarize yourself with the restaurants, retail businesses and other services available. Fortunately, Sky Harbor offers plenty of food, drink and shopping options in Terminals 3 …

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Todd Chrisley and wife Julie of ‘Chrisley Knows Best’ will be sentenced

ATLANTA—Todd and Julie Chrisley were driven by greed as they engaged in a massive bank fraud scheme and then hid their wealth from tax authorities while flaunting their lavish lifestyles, federal prosecutors said, arguing the reality TV stars should be sentenced to long prison sentences. The Chrisleys, who moved from …

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NYC Restaurant Closures, November 2022

More than two years after the first closure of restaurants inside New York, restaurants and bars continue to struggle. At least 4,500 have closed since the start of the pandemic due to the economic downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Due to the difficulty of tracking restaurant and bar closures, …

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How to Get Invited to BJ Novak’s Pop-Up Chain Series

Photo courtesy of the channel On Google Street View, the Chain House looks like any other on its block, a charming West Hollywood bungalow just off 3rd Street. But when you walk through the front door, the house reveals itself to be something very different from its neighbors – it’s …

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Barbados spearheads climate disaster financing

SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt (AP) — At the United Nations climate summit in Egypt, leaders of developing countries repeatedly said it was unfair to expect them to cover the costs of rebuilding after devastating weather events in a warming world, in addition to investing in cleaner solutions. industry when they also …

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Joliet socialites take over downtown on ladies night

JOLIET, IL – Downtown Joliet Business Owners Amber Duffy and Elina Triantou got together and came up with a fun idea to increase foot traffic to bars and restaurants in downtown Joliet on weeknights. On October 14, the two women hosted their first monthly Downtown Joliet Ladies Night. They drew …

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SEA Airport welcomes the West Coast’s first virtual airport restaurant – CHICKY

New Kathy Casey Concept Offers Quick QR Code Access to Ordering and Pickup at Current Store Seattle celebrity chef Kathy Casey is back with a new concept at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA), bringing ease of use and quick turnaround to the traveler experience. CHICKY is the first virtual restaurant at …

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BUSINESS MONDAY: The House of Seasoning Grill, from Abidjan to Pittsfield

Mathieu and Raissa, founders of House of Seasoning Grill. Photo courtesy of Mathieu Niamke. When I dine at an ethnic restaurant or visit another culture, I find the food and meals to be a window into those cultures. Mealtimes bring people together to share their stories and find commonalities. Everyone …

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This California pastry is considered the “best” in the state

A cardboard box filled to the brim with sweet and savory confections, ranging from ham and cheese croissants to fruit pies, is a treat for any day of the week. Everyone has their favorite place to buy one, two or three of their favorite baked goods, but only one store …

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Bankrupt caterer who abused £70,000 in Covid loans hit with 11-year restrictions

Mohammed Abdul Subhan, of Lodge Road, West Bromwich, started an independent catering business called Thania Spice in 2016 before incorporating Zara Spice Limited, which was a restaurant in Bilston Street, Dudley, and has since closed permanently. In 2020, the 47-year-old has once again focused his attention on his freelance business. …

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East Pilsen Lawrence Fish and Shrimp Hosts Fundraiser for Seriously Injured Employee Larry Wilson in Back of the Yards Hit-and-Run

CHICAGO (WLS) — Employees of Lawrence’s Fish and Shrimp in East Pilsen held a fundraiser for their colleague, a military veteran who was seriously injured in a hit-and-run in October. Larry Wilson has worked at the restaurant for almost 20 years. He is a Vietnam veteran and remains hospitalized after …

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Local Kitchens offers the best local restaurants under one roof

MILL VALLEY, Calif. — Can’t decide between ordering a sushi burrito or a fried chicken sandwich? Just get both. Local Kitchens makes it easy for customers to order from multiple local restaurants. The Micro-Eating Room houses a collection of popular eateries, so visitors can easily mix and match their favorite …

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Chili’s Trolls restaurant Nick Cannon after Abby De La Rosa confirms he’s expecting baby No 12

There are enough ribs for 12 babies. Nick Cannon has an easy choice for his next family outing. After all, Chili’s reminded the Wild N’ Out star – who was recently confirmed to be expecting his twelfth child – that there is no limit to the number of children served …

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Bill Murray’s Brother Andy Isn’t a Celebrity Chef, But He Has a Cookbook

Andy Murray readily admits he can’t type but has written a spectacular book nonetheless. “Eat, Drink and Be Murray” passes for a very good cookbook, but it’s much more, a story of family, love and fun, and, yes and naturally, a little golf. “Since my childhood, I have always frequented …

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New Brunswick Late Night Pizza: Artichoke Basille Coming Soon

Nobody likes gargantuan slices, funky flavors and late-night meals like students, city dwellers and tired office workers. That’s why New Brunswick residents will be happy to hear that a New York pizza chain offering just that is coming to 104 Easton Avenue, the former home of Jimmy’s Pizza and Grill. …

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Where to Find Hubig Pies in New Orleans, Louisiana

A Hubig’s Pie apple from the first batch distributed by the New Orleans company on November 6, 2022, more than a decade after a fire destroyed its original home. Ian McNulty NOLA.com | The Times Picayune There was surprise, joy, even disbelief. But it was true: Hubig’s Pies is back. …

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New Italian Restaurant Set to Open in Downtown Aurora – Chicago Tribune

A new Italian restaurant is about to open in downtown Aurora in space recently vacated by another restaurant. Amore Mio, an Italian-American restaurant created by chef Roberto Avila, will open in the former Gillerson’s Grubbery building, 33 W. New York St., half a block from River Street on the West …

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Fall 2022 Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Begins

HUDSON VALLEY, NY — The fall 2022 edition of Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is set to begin Monday at restaurants across seven counties. Have you already decided where you are going to eat? From Monday, November 7 through Sunday, November 20, Hudson Valley chefs at approximately 125 restaurants will serve …

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McDonald’s Unveils “Black Panther” Happy Meal – NBC Chicago

Before “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” hits the big screens, fans can get a taste of the film at McDonald’s. The Chicago-based fast food chain just launched a superhero-inspired Happy Meal collaboration with Marvel Studios. Each meal comes with one of 10 toys based on a range of characters from the …

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New York Chicken Wings Restaurant Expands to Houston with Halal Wings

There are more than 70 Wingstop locations in Houston, but Jalal Kapadia is betting his new franchise can carve out a profitable slice of Houston’s chicken wing market. Atomic Wings, a New York-based restaurant, prides itself on its all-natural wings and 14 signature sauces. The quick service and pickup joint …

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LA Council District 15 Voter’s Guide: McOsker vs. Sandoval

McOsker, a longtime San Pedro resident, has a background in local government, having served as the City Atty’s chief aide at the time. James Hahn from 1997 to 2001. When Hahn was elected mayor, McOsker moved to the mayor’s office, serving for four years as Hahn’s chief of staff. He …

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Ice Creamatory in Norman will serve Halloween scares year-round

Jimmy and Melissa Mikowski say they’ve never seen anything like they’re trying to do in East Village in Norman. They had seen horror-centric cafes or witch-themed beer halls in New York, but never a Halloween-style ice cream parlour. The Ice Creamatory, a horror-themed ice cream shop on 12th Avenue in …

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Columbus, Ohio’s Top-Rated Sushi Restaurants, According to Tripadvisor

Sushi began to gain popularity in the United States in the 1960s, when a restaurant called Kawafuku opened in the Little Tokyo neighborhood of Los Angeles. The restaurant’s sushi bar was frequented by Japanese businessmen, who brought their American colleagues for a meal. Eventually, sushi restaurants began popping up in …

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Inflation hits New York restaurant menus

Well, that’s rich. Humble comfort food is now dangerously close to becoming an unaffordable luxury for many New Yorkers in the age of menu flattery. With rising food and labor costs, restaurateurs risk snacking on more than they can chew, leaving customers to make up the difference. “You have to …

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Corner Bar Management acquires Downtown Restaurant La Comida

The company that owns several bars and restaurants in the Fremont East neighborhood has just acquired another. Corner Bar Management, the company behind downtown Las Vegas bars like Commonwealth, Lucky Day and Discopussy, has acquired Mexican restaurant La Comida. In its place, Corner Bar will introduce a new restaurant, La …

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Everything we know about Alexa Alfia and her family

Love is blind Season 3 returned on October 19 and audiences watched as five new couples popped the question and pledged to marry someone on sight. Nick and Vanessa Lachey have returned as hosts, and Netflix is ​​giving us a few episodes a week. This week, the streaming platform dropped …

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Charlie Mitchell is New York’s first Michelin-starred black chef

When Charlie Mitchell — executive chef of the newly-starred Clover Hill restaurant in Brooklyn Heights — learned he was the first and only black chef to run a Michelin-starred restaurant in New York, he was surprised, but it didn’t matter. only intensify. his professional ambition. “I always used to say …

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East End Long Island’s Legendary Old Stove Pub Opens Second New York Location

Owner Joseph DeCristofaro brought the Old Stove Pub to New York in 2022, at the perfect time as the Big Apple re-establishes itself as the restaurant capital of the world. The Hamptons’ iconic staple restaurant, Old Stove Pub, opened in New York City with the distinguished eatery opening at …

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A Michelin-starred chef will open a new vegan taco restaurant in Las Vegas

Dominique Crenn, the brains and culinary expertise behind San Francisco’s three-star Michelin restaurant, Atelier Crenn, has announced that she will be opening a vegan taco hotspot in Las Vegas next year. Called La Madrina (which means “the godmother” in Spanish), the restaurant will open its doors in a new food …

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All’Angelos calls for action after two restaurant floods in one month

THE FUTURE of the award-winning All’Angelos restaurant in Droitwich is in question after the restaurant was flooded for the second time this month. The Queens Street flooding comes after Droitwich received heavy rain in the early hours of Sunday morning (23 October). Italian restaurant owner Angelo Petritaj is now calling …

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Halloween 2022: A spy-themed restaurant in Chicago is cooking up booze ideas for the holidays

CHICAGO (WLS) — Planning a Halloween party? Here are some alcoholic ideas for serving guests. David Nepove is a mixologist at SafeHouse Chicago in River North. The restaurant organizes a “Bond, Boos & Booze” next weekend. You can enjoy live music, special Halloween cocktails and a costume contest. The event …

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Restaurant closings in New York, October 2022

More than two years after the first closure of restaurants inside New York, restaurants and bars continue to struggle. More than 1,000 have closed since the start of the pandemic due to the economic downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Due to the difficulty of tracking restaurant and bar closures, …

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La Lune restaurant review: A French bistro delivers more bangers than a Daft Punk concert

The waitress, a young ‘ipster, informed us that La Lune, arguably the most exciting addition to Fremantle’s dining scene in 2022, is a New York version of the French bistro. The team behind this cafe, wine bar and restaurant don’t need to travel the US conceptually – La Lune looks …

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Lori Trahan offers $150 million to the Workers Credit Union

LOWELL — U.S. Representative Lori Trahan joined Workers Credit Union President and CEO Doug Petersen and Assistant Vice President Doug Reedy on Wednesday to announce $150 million in federal funding for the credit union. The funding is being allocated through the U.S. Treasury’s Emergency Capital Investment Program and will allow …

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James Corden briefly banned from Balthazar restaurant in New York

Comment this story Comment Balthazar, a legendary haunt for celebrities and power players in New York City, briefly banned comedian James Corden after he repeatedly berated staff, the restaurant owner said, calling him “a little moron of a man” and of Balthazar’s “most abusive customer”. the story. Keith McNally, the …

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Timberwolves and Levy restaurants introduce new foods and favorites at Target Center

Premier Food and Beverage Program Continues to Set New Standard for Arena Concessions Target Center becomes one of the nation’s first arenas with a plant stand at Wicked Kitchen Minneapolis-St. Paul- Minnesota’s Timberwolves and Levy restaurants today announced their new food and beverage offerings at Target Center, along with returning …

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Exploring Chicago’s Hermosa neighborhood | Chicago Classic Magazine

By Bob Glaze As Hispanic Heritage Month ended yesterday, I wanted to share my recent visit to the Hermosa neighborhood of Chicago, on the northwest side, west of Logan Square, with the boundaries generally south of Belmont, at east of Kenton, north of Courtland and west of Pulaski. Hermosa Hermosa …

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Opening of the new Per L’Ora restaurant concept at the Per La hotel | Restaurants

Nestled within the ornate, foliage-laden interior of the historic center’s Hotel Per La, entering Per L’Ora transports guests to a space far removed from the energetic bustle of DTLA. The hotel’s restaurant is the property’s signature dining spot on the ground floor, hoping to serve up a new downtown neighborhood …

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Ralph Lauren in LA brings together TikTok and Hollywood A list stars

On Thursday night, 200 celebrities, social media stars and fashion influencers gathered at the Huntington Library, Museum of Art and Botanical Gardens in San Marino, California to celebrate Ralph Lauren’s California debut from South. The event included a parade and a candlelit seated dinner where servers served guests the brand’s …

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Big Chill offers more than cold drinks

You might not expect many bars to be known for their food, but The Big Chill has several items on its menu that attract regulars, even if they order takeout. Colista Cevela bought The Big Chill in April 2021, and she’s made several changes over the past 18 months. “As …

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Here are the new and notable independent restaurant openings this fall, and news of some closures

Bartenders preparing spirits in Kolomon, New York. | Photo courtesy of Kolomon If there’s one constant in the restaurant industry, it’s the creative output of independent restaurant entrepreneurs who maintain a steady pace of new concepts and innovation. To help readers stay up to date with what’s new, Restaurant Business …

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The fall social scene heats up with events and restaurants in New York and the Hamptons

The exterior of MarieBelle in Soho MarieBelle With the Columbus Day weekend behind us, the full magnitude of the fall social season really begins. It’s a scene that includes events in the Hamptons and New York. So, in the spirit of explorers, grab your social compass and embark on some …

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Talking about town | Longtime promoter bringing Taco Fest to Lawrence this weekend; Former Bottleneck Owner Says He’s Restarting Event, Gig Business | News, Sports, Jobs

picture by: Log File-World Tacos from Lawrence’s Taqueria La Pasadita. The local taco restaurant is one of about 15 taco vendors set to take part in Saturday’s Taco Fest in North Lawrence. Lawrence is a full-time taco fest, right? With all the new Lawrence taco …

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It’s Almost Time To Ask For Bigger Student Loan Forgiveness | Economic news

Full student loan forgiveness might be closer than you think under the temporary Civil Service Loan Forgiveness Rules, or PSLF – but time is running out to apply. “They should be rushing to get this done because the program is much more inclusive than it has ever been in the …

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University of Chicago professor wins Nobel Prize – Chicago Tribune

Hello Chicago. Douglas W. Diamond woke up to a surprising phone call: he was awarded the 2022 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel. “I was sleeping very soundly and all of a sudden my cell phone went off,” the finance professor at the University of …

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Some of San Francisco’s best fine dining restaurants

In my last review, of The French Laundry in Yountville, I called the question of whether an expensive experience worth it “crass.” This is one of the key things a reviewer should consider when writing a review, although it’s nearly impossible to answer definitively due to subjectivity and the arbitrariness …

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A fire has ravaged a shopping center in Palms. Some restaurateurs are still reeling from the devastation

Jay Betts had planned to spend his day preparing a catering order for a wedding with 200 guests. Instead, he woke up to a 6 a.m. phone call bringing some of the worst news a business owner could hear: There had been a fire, which was still raging, and no …

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$25 million reaches 189 businesses through tourism loan program

A total of $25.15 million in loans have been disbursed to 189 tourism-related businesses under the $150 million Tourism Recovery Co-financing Program (TRCS) as of September 30 – most of which are in the sector catering – accounting for just over a sixth of the program’s funds, according to the …

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Dorothy’s Bistro, an alpine-inspired smokehouse, opens in Logan Square

Flat & Point has remained closed since August in Logan Square, but owners Brian and Taylor Bruns have a plan. They are reopening the restaurant with a new name – Dorothy’s Bistro – with a menu to give customers a better understanding that they are not a barbecue restaurant. When …

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Kwame Onwuachi’s Lincoln Center restaurant aims to ‘reflect all of New York’

NEW YORK – As Kwame Onwuachi guides me through what will be Tatiana’s dining room, her next restaurant in David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, he points to the columns, which shimmer like light reflecting off the surface of a bubble soap. The effect is deliberate: …

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Venice restaurant and queer space James’ Beach closes after 26 years

James’ Beach, a restaurant in Venice known for the queer community it fostered, closed last month after 26 years. The closure comes as the pandemic has forced bars and restaurants in Southern California to close or crowdfund to stay afloat. But Eater LA writer Mona Holmes says James’ Beach was …

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Small Business Loans Slow, Rates Rise: Here’s What You Can Do | Economic news

Rising interest rates and uncertain economic conditions are intensifying the slowdown in small business finance activity, according to the latest version of the NerdWallet Small Business Finance Index. The NerdWallet Small Business Funding Index assesses factors such as loan default rates, loan volumes, credit card usage and small business owner …

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These are the top-rated breakfast restaurants in Los Angeles, according to Tripadvisor

With the advent of Big Data, it is now easier than ever to quantify what people like around the world. And when it comes to food, Americans seem to have very definite opinions. American restaurant brands have a long and storied history, and whether it’s fast, casual, upscale, or super-inexpensive, …

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Rosanna’s restaurant renamed with a new concept before the inauguration

The former Rosanna’s restaurant in Bethlehem is set to reopen under a new name and with a new menu. The restaurant will be called Rosa’s Corner and will offer a fusion of New York-style specialties including handmade bagels, matzoh ball soup, challah and chopped salads; and a full bar, according …

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General Meeting Receives Acceptance by TSX Venture Exchange of $2 Million Loans and Modification of Previous Loan

TORONTO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–General Assembly Holdings Limited (the “Company” Where “GA Pizza”) (TSXV: GA), an omnichannel brand of high-end consumer packaged goods pizza, reports that the TSX Venture Exchange (the “TSX-V”) has accepted Company loans in the aggregate principal amount of $2,000,000 from Timothy Nye and Keleher Investments Corp. (collectively, the “Lenders”) …

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How a mob hit at Rao’s restaurant changed the life of a Jewish actress

(New York Jewish Week) – On December 22, 2003, a Jewish actress and singer in her twenties named Rena Strober was doing what she did every Monday night: mingling with a celebrity crowd at Rao’s, a Notoriously exclusive Italian restaurant on East 114th Street. At the turn of the millennium, …

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Millbury grant scheme helps small businesses survive pandemic – Millbury Sutton Chronicle

By Jan Gottesman Millbury-Sutton Chronicle MILLBURY – During difficult times, friends and neighbors come together. This is one of the beliefs behind the Millbury Small Business Recovery Grant. Using federal funds from ARPA, the program is “intended to address the negative economic impacts of the COVID-19 public health emergency, focusing …

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Bill and Hillary Clinton dine at Priyanka Chopra’s Sona restaurant

Indian food is hot it seems. Priyanka Chopra’s Sona restaurant in New York’s Flatiron District pulled out heavy hitters for dinner on Monday night. Hillary and former President Bill Clinton were spotted having dinner with friends. Boxing legend Mike Tyson brought in a team to celebrate a friend’s birthday. And …

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Oko at Tribune will be a new Creole restaurant in Oakland

One of the Bay Area’s few pan-African cuisine specialists is moving to the heart of downtown Oakland. Oko, an avant-garde pop-up focused on tasting dinner menus from the African diaspora, has entered into a partnership with the American-style brasserie Tribune. Located in a large 8,400 square foot space on the …

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Energy Program Helps Fund Louisville Business Investments

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Spencer Fronk and his company have invested in an old building on Whiskey Row in downtown Louisville, hoping to build an interesting bar and restaurant. What do you want to know Fronk received a $4.2 million loan through the city’s Energy Project Assessment District program to build …

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Restaurants in New York in September

Here are some amazing New York restaurants we’re loving this month. From the basic Gotham restaurant (for a Michelin star), to the new NYY Steak at the Hard Rock Hotel New York, and the Panorama Room perched atop Graduate Roosevelt Island with views of three boroughs, there are plenty of …

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Top 10 cities with the best pizzerias in the world

Whether you like the thin style of a New York pie or prefer the thicker Detroit-style option, you’ll likely have a pretty strong opinion on what makes the perfect slice — and where to find it. The Italian pizza experts behind 50 Top Pizza have released their 2022 survey which …

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Restaurant creativity amid post-pandemic jitters and inflation

Explosions of chef creativity in the age of pandemic and inflation, Chicago’s misunderstood Italian beef and “The Bear” effect. Here, with this week’s tasting notes, I’m Laurie Ochoa, General Manager of LA Times Food, replacing Bill Addison, who is hard at work on this year’s 101 Best Restaurants list. Creative …

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It’s Later Than You Think | News, Sports, Jobs

“A lot of people tell me what they’re going to do or how quickly they’ll get back on their feet after the death of a spouse or child. Most of them have never attended the funeral of a spouse or one of their children…”. Twenty-one years ago this …

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Far-right ‘newspapers’ spread misinformation about Pritzker

Far-right activist Dan Proft has proven time and time again that he is very effective at drawing attention to himself and getting under Governor JB Pritzker’s skin in the worst possible way. Proft’s newspapers, for example, published several articles with photos of Pritzker’s daughter. Sometimes the stories were wrong, like …

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COVID-19 has changed the way we eat out – here are the trends that are here to stay

Monkey Business Images // Shutterstock Restaurant trends that will endure after COVID-19 Group of friends enjoying a meal in a restaurant Restaurants had to make major adjustments when dining halls around the world had to close due to COVID-19. Between delivery services and clever outdoor seating arrangements, companies got creative …

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Liberation Café hosts birthday celebration and in-person dining after two years of pandemic restrictions

By Susan Payne Two years after opening, the plastic partitions that separated employees and customers inside the Liberation Coffee House have come down. For its second anniversary, the cafe — located on the Anita May Rosenstein campus of the Los Angeles LGBT Center — is finally letting customers experience the …

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More Americans are applying for unemployment assistance in the past week

WASHINGTON (AP) — The number of Americans filing for jobless benefits rose slightly last week as the Federal Reserve made big efforts to cool the economy and rein in inflation. Jobless claims for the week ending Sept. 17 rose by 5,000 to 213,000, the Labor Department reported Thursday. Last week’s …

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The Kids Are Fine – Chicago Magazine

Like many of us, Oliver Poilevey, Jonathan Zaragoza and Amer Abdullah learned to cook alongside their parents. But one small difference: Their home kitchens were actually notable Chicago restaurants. Having become chefs themselves, these children of local culinary personalities are already making their mark on the city’s gastronomic scene. “I …

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Vegetarian Stunner The Butcher’s Daughter Establishes New West Hollywood Roots

The Butcher’s Daughter continues its vegetarian march through Los Angeles with the opening of a new location at 8755 Melrose Avenue in West Hollywood this Saturday, September 24. While this marks only the second outpost of the all-day restaurant in LA (with a spot on Abbot Kinney and three New …

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Source of Stanton opponent’s campaign loan unclear

Cooper, a Marine Corps veteran, is a restaurant owner whose holdings include Melting Pot franchises in Arizona as well as BKD’s Backyard Joint in Chandler, Arizona. He has made economic issues an integral part of his campaign, along with border security. “Successfully managing businesses during the pandemic has provided Cooper …

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Logan Square’s Mini Mott is replaced by the second generation, a tribute to the owners’ Asian-American heritage

LOGAN SQUARE — Asian-inspired burger joint Mini Mott, the little sister to popular Wicker Park restaurant Mott Street, closed this summer after a four-year run on Logan Boulevard. But the owners didn’t abandon the Logan Square restaurant — they just shifted gears. The owners revived the restaurant a few weeks …

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Santa Monica could eliminate some of its outdoor dining spaces – NBC Los Angeles

At least one Southern California city is considering drastically reducing the expansion of outdoor dining. The outdoor dining area at Restaurant 1212 on the Santa Monica Boardwalk has been hugely popular, but it seems most will disappear by the end of the month. Workers say it will cost jobs as …

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Big Guys sausage stand in Berwyn set to close counter service

“It’s not just one thing,” said Brendan O’Connor, the owner of Berwyn’s Big Guys sausage stand, just before checking with a member of staff to see if another employee had snuck in. present. “If it was, we would overcome this.” On Friday — after two years of adversity related to …

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5 Singaporean restaurants that opened this year in NYC

If flying 9,000 miles in 24 hours to get to Singapore isn’t your idea of ​​fun, five restaurants in the city will make you feel like you’ve landed on the tropical island. From a Union Square bar to an Upper East Side restaurant to a dessert shop in Chelsea, these …

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Harris-Dawson Leads Community Healing at Roscoe’s Restaurant – Los Angeles Sentinel | Los Angeles Sentinel

Left to right are Pastor Ken Walden, Board Members Marqueece Harris-Dawson and Curren Price, and Pastor J. Edgar Boyd bow in prayer for the safety of workers and customers at Roscoe’s Chicken and Waffles restaurant. (Courtesy picture) Council member Marqueece Harris-Dawson brings the community together to speak out against violence, …

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Happy Joe’s Pizza Chain files for bankruptcy and closes locations

Restaurants continue to feel the economic crisis and unfortunately the list of well-established restaurant chains that have filed for bankruptcy since 2020 continues to grow. In 2022 alone, we have seen the bankruptcy and, in some cases, the complete disappearance of several regional and national favorites. Hale & Hearty, a …

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Robot food delivery pilot program gets green light from city council committee

Robotic personal delivery devices described as “beverage coolers on wheels” will soon deliver more restaurant meals and groceries in and around the University of Illinois at Chicago campus. Forging headlong into the future of food delivery, the Chicago City Council’s Licensing and Consumer Protection Committee on Thursday approved an ordinance …

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Jōji is a new Omakase restaurant in Grand Central Terminal – Robb Report

New York’s latest omakase spot is inspired by the sushi restaurants found in Tokyo’s train concourses. So naturally, you’ll find it in a secluded alcove in Grand Central Terminal, the city’s most iconic train station. Jōji, which opened on Wednesday, is a service counter run by George Ruan, who has …

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PREEN Inc, Design Opera and Abramson Architects Among Winners of 2022 AIA Los Angeles Restaurant Design Awards | New

anchor Premium by Preen Inc. Image: Brandon Barré The Los Angeles Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA|LA) announced the 2022 winners of its coveted annual Restaurant Design Award at a special ceremony held last night in downtown LA. In a year marked by a return …

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Tipped wages are not enough – The GW Hatchet

As a restaurant server, I always say my most helpful piece of advice is to never look at what customers are advising you until your shift is completely over. When I started serving I fell victim to the excitement of how much each guest tipped me the second they left, …

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New York Council supports drug overdose treatment in bars and restaurants

City council members want to enlist bars, restaurants and nightclubs in the fight against fatal drug overdoses by providing them with life-saving doses of Narcan and fentanyl test kits. A bill creating the program – which would be run by the city’s Department of Health and Mental Hygiene – authorized …

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PnB Rock’s Instagram post may have led to murder, LAPD says

The shooter who killed PnB Rock at Roscoe’s House of Chicken & Waffles restaurant in South Los Angeles demanded jewelry and other valuables before grappling with the rapper and opening fire, the Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore. Moore said Monday’s attack happened shortly after the rapper was identified online …

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My 7 Favorite Restaurants to Check Out in Mackinaw City

Mackinaw City sits at the southern end of the Mackinac Bridge, the gateway to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. One of the main attractions in Mackinaw City is Colonial Michilimackinac, an important fort and meeting point during Michigan’s fur trade era. In the late 1700s, fur traders encountered Native Americans, resupplied and …

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Burger King will invest $400 million in advertising, restaurant renovations and app enhancements over 2 years

Find out what clicks on FoxBusiness.com Burger King plans to invest more than $400 million over two years in restaurant advertising, improvements and renovations and to support technology and digital improvements. In a press release Friday, the chain’s owner, Restaurant Brands International, shared details of a plan it calls “Reclaim …

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The hippest bar in Los Angeles? It’s at Eagle Rock, and it’s a retro Italian treat

Around a quarter to seven on a recent Wednesday night at the Capri Club, the sun had almost set behind the buildings opposite, and the shifting light created microclimates in the atmosphere around the bar. Up front, along the sidewalk tables and just inside the open bay window, the crowd …

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Marriott Intl (NASDAQ:MAR) – Is Nancy Pelosi betting big on hotels? A look at an investment made by the US Speaker of the House

One of the hardest hit sectors during the COVID-19 pandemic has been the hospitality industry, which included restaurants and hotels. A US congressman could bet on the return of hotels with a recent investment in an LLC that owns hotels. What happened: Speaker of the Chamber Nancy Pelosi recently added …

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ōkta, the new McMinnville restaurant run by Michelin-starred chef Matthew Lightner, is off to a flying start

Matthew Lightner is back. It’s been barely two months since the debut of ōkta, Lightner’s sparkling new McMinnville restaurant. Still, it’s already clear that Lightner added points to the unrivaled culinary IQ that led him to become an industry star at Castagna in 2009 and then thrive on the big …

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Restaurant Industry Celebrates Workforce at Denver Food + Wine Festival

The Colorado Restaurant Association hosts the Denver Food + Wine Festival as a fundraiser for the Association’s foundation. But, it is also designed to showcase the diverse culinary scene and to celebrate all those who make our restaurants work. The restaurant industry has come under fire during the pandemic. And, …

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McDonald’s invests in 40 local Chicago nonprofits dedicated to supporting young people of opportunity

The Chicago Community Impact Grant Program, developed in partnership with the Chicago Community Trust, reinforces McDonald’s longstanding commitment to the city it calls home CHICAGO, September 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — McDonald’s Corporation today announced that it will invest in 40 Chicago-based nonprofits that address some of the city’s most pressing …

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One of New York’s most anticipated new restaurants is Indian

Over the past two years, the duo have opened up some of the city’s fastest growing spots. (Case) On September 15, Masalawala will open its doors as one of New York’s most anticipated restaurants this year. And when you eat there, you can also buy the ingredients. Chef and co-owner …

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Man shot dead after attacking security guard with an ax at Greektown marijuana dispensary

CHICAGO (SCS) — A man was fatally shot Monday morning after attacking a security guard with an ax outside a marijuana dispensary in Greektown. Police say around 10:05 a.m. — five minutes after the dispensary opened for the day — a man armed with an ax got into an argument …

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Jason Atherton will open three new restaurants in Dubai Marina

A gastronomic concept, a Japanese-inspired bar and a restaurant serving the innovative cuisine for which the famous chef is known… Dubai foodies, we hope you are ready for a season full of exciting new restaurant openings. After leaving Marina Social Dubai earlier this year, British chef Jason Atherton is now …

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Top-Rated Brunch Restaurants in Shreveport, According to Tripadvisor

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