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Dr Tony Frank launches lecture series

CSU Chancellor Dr Tony Frank answers questions from Centennial Council member Kathy Turley. THROUGH BOB SWEENEYEDITOR CSU Chancellor addresses South Metro Denver House Tony Frank praised the merits of higher education at the South Metro Denver Chamber’s first lecture series at the Lone Tree Arts Center. The general public dined …

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I donate on Tuesday 2021 in Chattanooga, TN

United Way participates in Giving Tuesday for the third year in a row | Photo via NOOGAtoday Today it’s Give Tuesday, a worldwide celebration of generosity + the opportunity to give back to the community. We collapse some local organizations participate in, and offer charitable giving incentives for, Tuesday I’m …

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Schnitzel Forever, London: “Total crowd pleaser, no crowds” – restaurant review | Food

Schnitzel Forever, 119 Stoke Newington Church Street, London N16 0UD (020 7419 0022). Starters £ 7 – £ 10, main courses £ 9.50 – £ 25, desserts £ 4.50 – £ 6.50, wines from £ 24 Schnitzel forever, a small restaurant in Stoke Newington, London, is the cornerstone of a …

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Nonprofits and business groups help Latin American businesses hit hard by pandemic

PHOENIX – The walls of Salvadoreño Restaurant # 3 north of Phoenix catch your eye: shades of orange, blue and green – like the feathers of a tropical bird. The scene depicts women serving pupusas in the streets of El Salvador. Then there is the aroma of pupusas – corn …

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Hope for Business Boost Restaurants this Holiday Season – NBC Connecticut

With small businesses around the corner on Saturday, heads of state are also hoping to see some support for local restaurants. The last holiday season, when Covid-19 cases escalated and the weather turned colder, that meant a lot of empty dining rooms. But this holiday season, local restaurants are more …

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From fried foods to gym fees, it’s all now safe

(Bloomberg) – Bankers repackage everything from fast food franchises to fitness center fees, into fastest-paced bonds since the global financial crisis, as investors seek protection against yields and inflation . This year’s sales of U.S. asset-backed securities have already exceeded $ 300 billion, according to data compiled by Bloomberg – …

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Final preparations underway for the inauguration of the Flagship City Food Hall

After years of preparation, the Flagship City Food Hall is scheduled to open next week. For most of its new restaurateurs, it was a golden opportunity to finally make their dreams come true. For many of them, this opportunity was one that they could not pass up and that they …

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The real challenge of Indonesia’s large informal economy

In a surge of self-confidence, Indonesian President Joko Widodo, better known as Jokowi, bragged to leaders of G20 countries at the recent Rome summit that his country’s economy has remained resilient in the face of to the Covid-19 pandemic – thank you, he said, to 65 million micro, small and …

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Sono Group and SweetGreen among IPOs this week

Eight companies, including a solar electric car company and a restaurant chain known for its salads, went public this week as the IPO market prepares to close for the Thanksgiving holiday. New broadcasts are typically suspended during Thanksgiving, which this year falls on November 25. No IPO is scheduled for …

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Tropical smoothie in Waynesboro; Information on the Christmas parade; Buckhorn Inn opens restaurant – The buzz

WAYNESBORO – Waynesboro gets a tropical smoothie and gets ready for its Christmas parade, while the Buckhorn Inn has opened its restaurant – here’s the buzz. Tropical smoothie A new Tropical Smoothie Cafe is coming to downtown Waynesboro. Downtown Waynesboro, leased by Divaris, on Town Center Drive in Waynesboro, is …

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