Chicago theater is experiencing a leadership crisis

On Monday, Chicago’s theater and journalism communities were expected to come together to celebrate the life of former Tribune critic Richard Christiansen in the Biograph theater space that bears his name. But the event, timed for what would have been the famously supportive and gracious critic’s 91st birthday, has been …

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New York men caught stealing cooking oil from CT restaurant, police say

LEDYARD — Two New York men were charged with stealing cooking oil from a pizzeria in Gales Ferry early Wednesday, police say. Officers were called to Village Pizza on Route 12 just before 2 a.m. for a possible burglary. Police discovered that two men stole the restaurant’s cooking oil from …

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Burger pop-up Heavy Handed will launch its first restaurant

heavy hand One of Los Angeles’ most popular burger pop-ups is set to open its first brick-and-mortar restaurant this fall. Launched first as a sidewalk smashburger operation and later as a food truck touring LA-area breweries and events, Heavy Handed is heading to Santa Monica. Owners Danny Gordon and Max …

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Sweetgreen Opens Salad Restaurant in Shrewsbury NJ, Shore’s First Location

SHREWSBURY — Popular salad chain Sweetgreen opens today, August 2, at The Grove at Shrewsbury, its first Jersey Shore location. Sweetgreen leases 2,680 square feet at 575 Broad St., part of what was once Victoria’s Secret, and features indoor dining space and a seasonal patio for outdoor dining. The remaining …

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Black-Owned Restaurant Faces Online Harassment Following Incident With Author

By APRIL EHRLICH Oregon Public Broadcasting SALEM, Ore. (AP) — It’s hard to miss Epilogue Kitchen and Cocktails while strolling through downtown Salem. Tons of panels are stuck to its windows, some of them handmade. They read: ‘Black Lives Matter’ and ‘No Place For Hate’. There are large portraits of …

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Calgary restaurant and food truck owners grapple with tough decisions amid soaring inflation

Calgary restaurant owners say they are being forced to raise menu prices and cut staff hours due to rising food and material costs. Since the start of the war in Ukraine, the cost of living has soared for millions around the world — and Calgary’s restaurant industry is feeling the …

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Businesses and lenders brace for impact of Fed rate hike

Amid continued rising global inflation, the Federal Reserve raised the federal funds rate by 75 basis points (bps). What do you want to know The Fed’s 0.75% rate hike brought the benchmark interest rate back to a range of 2.25 to 2.5%. July’s rate hike was the second in as …

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Boston Chinatown restaurant served multi-million dollar money laundering operation, feds say

At least one restaurant in Boston’s Chinatown had an outrageous secret menu, according to a recent federal indictment – a multi-state money laundering operation. A federal grand jury in Boston has indicted eight alleged members of the conspiracy which the federal government says – which investigated as ‘Operation Good Fortune’ …

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A garden full of wonders in Quebec

BY JUDY CARMACK BROSS With over six million flowers expertly sculpted into animals, birds, fish and people by 100 horticulturists, the garden to visit in 2022 is in Quebec City. “Once Upon a Time—The Earth” created by Mosaicultures Internationales de Montréal is located in the glorious Parc du Bois de …

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Kitty’s restaurant is now open | Restaurants | Hudson Valley

When Kitty’s Cafe and Market opened in September 2020, it brought a much-needed jolt to the Hudson waterfront. Across from the Amtrak station, the place, originally run by chef Lauren Schaefer and Anna Morris, offered hot coffee, breakfast items, killer fried chicken and a deli that included foods from base …

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About $1.2 million bet on this financial services stock? 4 stocks insiders buy

Although US stocks traded higher on Friday, there were a few notable insider trades. When insiders buy stocks, it indicates their confidence in the prospects of the company or that they view the stock as a bargain. Either way, this signals an opportunity to go long on the title. Insider …

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The Salt Shed, Chicago’s newest music venue, opens next week at Morton Salt’s site along North Branch

GOOSE ISLAND — Concerts begin Tuesday outside the former Morton Salt Warehouse on the North Fork of the Chicago River near Goose Island, the first scheduled lineup at the site before a concert hall opens in room planned for early next year. The Salt Shed, 1357 N. Elston Ave., is …

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Dimes Square gets the hotel it deserves

“I won’t tell you the story of the casting, but there’s a lot of casting,” said Andrew Rifkin, standing in a room at Nine Orchard, the new hotel on Canal Street between Orchard and Allen Streets. Mr. Rifkin is also proud of custom ceramic toilet paper holders (“You need a …

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Best seafood restaurants in Los Angeles

There’s something magical about eating seafood by the sea, a kind of rustic romance like you’ve just walked from the Mediterranean to a Greek fishing village and caught an ocean creature just next to a boat. We may not have quite that luxury, but we’re damn close – there are …

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SoBeachy Haitian Cuisine moves from farmer’s markets to standalone restaurant, staying true to island vibe – Baltimore Sun

Twelve years ago, Léo Fleurimond’s dream of becoming a policeman came crashing down when he was involved in a serious car accident that forced him to learn to walk again. He faced deportation as his medical bills piled up. “I had to figure out what to do. We got back …

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Restaurants reportedly skimp on poured wine amid high inflation and supply chain issues

article FILE – Freeze frame of FOX News coverage of the COVID-19 red wine study. (FOX) LOS ANGELES – Inflation and supply chain shortages have impacted nearly every industry, from food to fuel. Now, getting buzzed is going to hurt your wallet a bit more as glasses of wine get …

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SBA celebrates success of Vanished Valley Brewing in Ludlow

LUDLOW — Federal officials (figuratively speaking) raised their glasses and toasted the Vanished Valley Brewing Co., being recognized Monday morning as a small-business success story. The Ludlow Brewery hosted US Small Business Administration officials, US Representative Richard E. Neal, D-Springfield and local dignitaries as the SBA celebrates its 69th anniversary …

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Sundays on State returns for the second year

CHICAGO (SCS) — Sundays on State is back for its second year – this time with an expanded footprint, stretching from Lake Street to Monroe along State Street. The organizers have big goals for the summer street festival. State Sundays are, of course, about people going out and having fun, …

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What to see, eat and do in San Francisco

Lately, it seems like headlines in San Francisco have been negative, from the city’s homelessness crisis and high-profile recall elections to the region’s astronomical cost of living and worsening fire seasons. . But San Francisco remains San Francisco. The fog still rolls in from the Pacific to blanket the tangled …

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Famous restaurant NuLu will open a restaurant in St. Matthews

A popular Venezuelan restaurant in NuLu plans to open another location in St. Matthews, according to Louisville Business First. Ole Hospitality Group LLC submitted plans July 11 to the Louisville Metropolitan Government for a Señora Arepas location at 117 St. Matthews Ave. The building once housed Quills Coffee and Steel …

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Lesbian cocktail bar Dorothy reopens this weekend under Split-Rail in a Ukrainian village

UKRAINIAN VILLAGE — A 70s-themed lesbian cocktail bar is reopening — for the second time — in the basement of a Ukrainian Village restaurant and art gallery this weekend. Dorothy, 2500 W. Chicago Ave., will reopen on Saturday in a renovated space under the Split-Rail restaurant and The Martin art …

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Small portions offered at restaurants cause rise in Yelp complaints, report says

article Shrimp cocktail in a bowl at a restaurant in California, May 27, 2022. (Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images) If you plan to dine out, chances are your the entrance may seem a little smaller, which irks consumers who express frustration on the Yelp website referencing the shrinkage in their reviews. For …

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Restaurant patrons’ biggest pet peeve when dining out

‘Have you been here before?’ We have all been to a restaurant like this. There is something unique about the dining experience and they feel compelled to explain the process. For Manilow, this only complicates matters. We know how it’s going to work: we’ll review the menu, we’ll order food, …

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An Indian restaurant opens in Edinboro; Royal Chopstix welcomes guests

A new Indian restaurant, Everestopened June 27 at 222 W. Plum St., Edinboro, and owner Krishna Paudel said she plans to open a similar one in Millcreek Township on West Ridge Road in early fall. “My restaurant is totally Indian and Nepali,” she said. “Mostly North Indian food and some …

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Potbelly has its second $10 million PPP loan canceled by the SBA

When it comes to federal pandemic relief, a second bite of the apple has paid off for Potbelly. The Chicago-based sandwich chain, which repaid its first $10 million Paycheck Protection Program loan under pressure to go back and get a second, was told by the Small Business Administration this week …

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8 Must-Try Restaurants and Bars in Naperville

Located just west of Chicago, Naperville is a cute suburb full of bars, restaurants, and good times. There’s definitely plenty to do and a ton of places to visit. If you don’t know where to start, try one (or all) of these best bars and restaurants in Naperville this summer! …

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Drought in northern Mexico threatens livelihoods

Santiago, Mexico — Restaurant owner Leticia Rodriguez celebrated the construction late last year of a new lakeside boulevard in this northern Mexican town that she hoped would attract more people to her business. But now that the La Boca Reservoir is nearly empty, tourists have stopped coming to boat, water …

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Business Pulse – Get ready for better fitness

If you can’t wait to lose weight, I bring good news today. Sound the trumpets and unlock the doors. Planet Fitness is slated to open in McMinnville this week. Speaking to Planet Fitness officials, there have already been 300 people signed up to join the gym and that’s before the …

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Best beach trips from DC, Chicago and New York

Comment this story Comment While cities offer us culture, nightlife, food and architecture, they are hot and crowded in the warmer months. Our summer dreams are made of coasts, not city centers. A hotel or public pool can be a good quick fix, but nothing beats the ocean breeze or …

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Condé Nast named a Belmont cafe one of the best restaurants in the world

New Where to find internationally renowned Persian dishes. Passionate foodies and catering newbies love The Feed. Subscribe now to our bi-weekly newsletter. Photo courtesy of Café Vanak. If you’re looking for brand new world-class cuisine, you won’t have to scour downtown to get it. Instead, look no further than a …

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Retail sales up 1% in June, easing recession fears

Consumers increased their spending from May to June, underscoring their resilience despite higher prices at the gas pump and in grocery store aisles and allaying fears that the economy was on the verge of a recession. U.S. retail sales rose 1% in June, from a revised decline of 0.1% in …

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The Return of the Italian Food Corridor – NBC Chicago

Chicago has several pockets of Italian culture: the original Little Italy on Taylor Street, as well as the West 24 neighborhoode Street and Oakley Avenue as well as part of North Harlem Avenue. Food Guy Steve Dolinsky of NBC 5 says there was also a busy hallway along Grand Avenue …

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What to see, eat and do in Toronto

Canada’s largest city and the fourth-largest metropolis in North America, Toronto welcomed more than 27.5 million visitors a year before the pandemic, making it Canada’s top tourist destination, according to Destination Toronto, the city’s tourism marketing arm. As travel resumes, Canadian tourists predominate, with traffic from the United States just …

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Local restaurant strives to save energy despite ERCOT request

TEMPLE, Texas (KWTX) – For the second time in three days, ERCOT is asking Texans to conserve power during the evening hours to avoid forced outages across the state, but it’s a request that many businesses say they find it difficult to respect. Most food-related businesses will need to continue …

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Kroger joins the club of members-only offers

As consumers’ inflationary concerns affect their spending choices, grocers are rolling out offers aimed at allaying those anxieties in a bid to deepen customer relationships and increase frequency. Kroger, for its part, is using concerns about rising gas prices to encourage adoption of its new membership program. The Kroger Company. …

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Crowds head to downtown Highland Park to show support for shops and restaurants that had to close after the massacre

HIGHLAND PARK, Ill. (CBS) — Crowds stroll through downtown Highland Park – showing their support as they shop for groceries and small businesses and eat at local restaurants. Many of these businesses were forced to close for a week, following the July 4 parade massacre. Now they are reopening and …

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Gullah Geechee and Creole Restaurant LE Meals Opens New Location in Austin

Gullah Geechee and Creole takeout spot LE Meals expanded with a second location this month. Chef Alexandria Hollowell opened her new location within the Wingman Kitchens Commissary Kitchen at Springdale General at 1023 Springdale Road, Building 1, Suite 1 beginning July 10. The menu remains the same, spanning dishes such …

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Eisenhower Park’s Carltun restaurant closes after 27 years

After nearly three decades of weddings, wine dinners and fundraisers – as well as hosting two presidents, a secretary of state and numerous politicians – the Carltun at Eisenhower Park will bow down at the end of September. Operator Anthony A. Capetola, a Williston Park attorney who runs the restaurant, …

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He made $350,000 during his highest NBA salary in a single season, but junior Bridgeman still made a fortune of $600 million – here’s how

Ulysses Bridgeman – aka Junior Bridgeman – may not be one of the most famous players to ever grace a basketball court. However, it really doesn’t matter because that’s what he did. after his time in the NBA was over, it really had an impact. At the height of his …

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Developers are trying new tactics to save suburban business havens

Nestled in suburban foliage, spacious corporate campuses symbolized much of American life: car addiction, the desire to get away from the crowds and urban desolation, the tendency of business leaders to build a monument to their idea of ​​efficiency and putting the competition to shame while they’re at it. Over …

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What to cook this week

What to cook this week Hello. My girlfriend Kim Severson is the national correspondent for our Food desk. She’s based in Atlanta, and while we’re jaw-dropping on the phone all the time, we don’t get to spend as much quality time around a dining table as when she worked in …

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Do you remember Ruby’s? New Book Explores Kansas City’s Beloved and Lost Restaurants | KCUR 89.3

Arthur Bryant’s Barbeque is one of Kansas City’s most iconic restaurants today, but our culinary fame extends far beyond our famous “grease houses.” A ghostly array of taverns, truck stops, cafeterias, lunch counters, burger shacks, restaurants and long-shuttered steak houses have played a part in shaping our collective taste buds. …

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Glen’s Dinette remains a breakfast tradition in Babylon after more than 70 years in business

Before there was IHOP and even Denny’s, since its founding in 1948, Glen’s Dinette has been serving breakfast and lunch to families and friends in the heart of Babylon Village. Being inside Glen’s is like taking a quick trip back in time. Its walls are adorned with bits of nostalgia, …

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Closure of NorCal businesses despite strong economy

For the first time in 20 years, the economy of the greater Sacramento area has recovered faster than that of the state of California, ranking second behind Riverside.New data from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis show that the greater Sacramento area has recouped all of the jobs lost …

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How woke food fights are destroying restaurants

The restaurant industry is eaten alive. While now-disgraced food icons like Mario Batali and Ken Friedman have been rightly gunned down for their illegal actions, scoop-hungry food blogs are now looking to chefs for the most petty offenses – and restaurant insiders in enough of the cannibalism that threatens to …

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Scammers target Chicago restaurant with one-star reviews and demand money

Internet scammers target numerous Chicago restaurants, leave one-star reviews on their Google profiles, and then demand money to make them go away. Suspicious one-star reviews have appeared on the profiles of a number of the city’s acclaimed restaurants, new and old, including Adalina, EL Ideas, Elske, Ever, Galit, Next Restaurant, …

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Papaya King, an Upper East Side hot dog pioneer, faces a possible end

The future of Papaya King, an Upper East Side stalwart credited with popularizing New York’s quintessential combination of hot dogs and tropical fruit juices, is uncertain as his building is set to be completed. to be shaved. Extell Development, which last year bought the land where Papaya King stands for …

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Chef Arnaud Dunand teams up with La Scala for a one-night dinner

For one night only, Chef Arnaud Dunand Sauthier and La Scala Executive Chef Eugenio Cannoni will meet for a most exclusive French-Italian dinner at La Scala, The Sukhothai Bangkok on Saturday July 23, 2022. For this exclusive event, the two chefs will join hands to bring the best of Italian …

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Des Moines ranked among the top 20 barbecue restaurants nationally

Des Moines is among the top 20 cities in the United States for eating barbecue, according to a new online ranking. Iowa’s capital ranked 19th out of 200 cities surveyed for LawnStarter’s “Best BBQ Towns in America” ​​list. Cities were ranked from best to worst based on access, quality, barbecue …

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$42 million earmarked for restaurants alleging soaring pork prices

Photography: Shutterstock Restaurants that purchased pork products from Smithfield Foods between Jan. 1, 2009, and April 19, 2022, may be eligible for a share of the $42 million the seller has agreed to pay to settle price-fixing allegations, according to a court-approved announcement. The notice was issued by representatives of …

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WORLD’S TOP 50 RESTAURANTS ANNOUNCE 51-100 LIST FOR 2022

The 51-100 list in numbers The 51-100 list includes 20 new entries from 15 different cities, providing a global geographic spectrum of Mexico at Australia The 51-100 list includes restaurants in 22 territories on six continents, with the addition of new entries from the Middle Eastnot previously included in last …

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Walker & Dunlop organizes $162.

BETHESDA, MD., June 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Walker & Dunlop, Inc. announced today that it has organized $162,400,000 in financing the construction of Mandarin Oriental Residences, Fifth Avenue, New York’s first turnkey branded residences available for sale. Located directly on Fifth Avenue at the intersection of East 54th Street in …

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Meet me inside – I hate eating outdoors

It’s not that I’m opposed to the outside. I just don’t want to eat there. My lack of enthusiasm for all things outdoors is not a popular position, I know. At this time of year, when the days are long and hot, it’s just barbecues, picnics and outdoor brunches, one …

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Summer Mexican Recipes for the Holiday Weekend

There have been a slew of post-pandemic cookbooks that have come out in the past couple of months, but the one that got me most excited is “Mi Cocina” by my friend Rick Martínez. Rick has spent the majority of the pandemic in his Mazatlán home writing this book, having …

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Business Pulse – Will an industrial park end up in a dump?

The ongoing saga of the location of proximity centers at Morrison and Smartt Station has made its way to Business Pulse. This is because the county is going to ask the Industrial Development Board to donate 4 acres of land inside the Mt. View Industrial Park in an effort to …

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“If there’s one haunted place in Chicago, it’s the Congress Hotel” – The Columbia Chronicle

Photo by Mikaela Helane. Editor’s note: This article is from the award-winning Echo magazine in the Communications department. Whether bloody, transparent, or floating in a whirlwind of white, ghosts hover over folklore, literature, and film. For real-life ghost hunter and Chicago Hauntings Ghost Tour guide Tony Szabelski, ghosts creep through …

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Chick-fil-A is America’s Favorite Restaurant for 8th straight year

Chick-fil-A has maintained its position as America’s favorite restaurant for eight consecutive years, according to the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI). This is despite the fact that, overall, consumers prefer full-service restaurants to fast food joints. The survey found that Americans’ satisfaction with fast food restaurants declined 2.6% over the …

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Pinkie is up! 12 L.A. restaurants to sip on a Martini

There is perhaps no classier drink than the iconic martini. From the sleek glass to the traditional olive garnish, sipping on a crisp martini can make anyone feel like royalty (just ask Kris Jenner). While the salty martini made with olive juice is considered the classic, there are many ways …

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Small businesses in the North West affected by the wildfires face a major deadline

Small businesses in California, Oregon and Washington were recently reminded of the July 26-28 deadlines to apply for federal SBA disaster loans for economic damage caused by the wildfires. last year. Small businesses in the North West affected by the wildfires face a major deadline Director Tanya N. Garfield of …

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Steve Carell Recalls The Time He Served His Lookalike Alice Cooper At A Chicago Restaurant

By Corey Atad. 5 minutes ago Steve Carell definitely sees the resemblance between him and Alice Cooper. On Tuesday night, the “Space Force” star appeared on “The Tonight Show,” where host Jimmy Fallon opened up about the actor and rock star being lookalikes. ALSO: John Krasinski reunites with ‘The Office’ …

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GERMAN DONER KEBAB CONTINUES NORTH AMERICAN EXPANSION WITH HIRING OF KEY EXECUTIVES

New franchisees set to launch multiple restaurants in the US for the UK’s fastest growing restaurant group NEW YORK, June 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — As part of an aggressive expansion plan to North AmericaGerman Doner Kebab USA (GDK UNITED STATES) announced today that it has hired Robert Bray as Director …

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Where to find the best cafe de olla in Los Angeles

The scorching summer temperatures are already here, which means it’s the perfect time of year to enjoy a piping hot café de olla. It’s a nostalgic joke among the Mexican diaspora that we appreciate hot liquids in scorching weather. The caffeinated cup of coffee infused with cinnamon, piloncillo, anise, cloves …

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Erie PA Eatery Dominick’s Diner For Sale: Here’s What We Know

It’s already arrived. Six years ago, Tony and Tina Ferraro purchased the historic Dominick’s restaurant, 123 E. 12th. St., and saved it from closing. Now they need it to save themselves. At this point, the business is mortgaged, the land it sits on is mortgaged, as is the Erie house …

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Lombard couple featured in new Food Network series ‘Me or the Menu’ – Shaw Local

Can a Lombard couple’s relationship survive the stress of starting a new food truck business together? Viewers will find out with Food Network’s new docuseries “Me or the Menu” premiering Thursday, June 30. Lombard’s Kathleen Murray and Nate Albert are one of four restaurant couples whose lives in Houston, Brooklyn …

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In Tulsa, a Burmese culinary tradition takes center stage

TULSA, Okla. – The electrifying flavors of bawngsa kan – fried beef with generous amounts of tamarind, ginger and chilies – are easy to love. But finding the dish in an American restaurant is a challenge. It is a food of the Zomi people, a minority ethnic group with roots …

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Dave’s Hot Chicken is coming to central Jersey

Five years ago, Dave’s Hot Chicken was selling sliders and tenders in a Los Angeles parking lot. Today, the company is the fastest growing restaurant chain in America, having sold the rights to approximately 600 franchises in the United States and Canada. By next year, Dave’s could open New Jersey’s …

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Latinos in Iowa were under pressure for risky loans. These 2 change that

Left: Toribio, Right: Ibarra Since learning English in his youth, Jorge “Junior” Ibarra has often been called upon to translate for his Spanish-speaking parents. Sometimes the stakes were low. At parent-teacher conferences, when his teacher said Ibarra was a frequent talker and got into trouble, “I would turn around and …

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A History of Chicago’s Tallest Building

The Willis Tower was built with state-of-the-art technology and an ageless chutzpah, a word that could translate to an intoxicating feeling of omnipotence. When planning for what was originally called Sears Tower – a name many still use – began, the company had 350,000 employees. Half of American households had …

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Our Restaurant Reviewer’s Favorite Cookbook of 2022 So Far

If you’ve been to Reem’s in San Francisco’s Mission District, a restaurant inspired by the traditions of local Arabian bakeries, you’re probably familiar with the crackle and flavor of flatbreads, and how spring strawberries find their way among typical greens and pitas fried in fattoush. There aren’t enough bakeries like …

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Bourdain Day: These are the restaurants in New York and New Jersey that Anthony Bourdain has featured over the years

manhattan Brasserie Les Halles (Firm)411 Park Avenue S, New York, NY 10016 Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare431 W 37th St, New York, NY 10018 Ray’s candy store113 Avenue A, New York, NY 10009 El Castillo de la Jagua113 Rivington Street, New York, NY 10002 Veselka144 2nd Avenue, New York, NY …

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13% of 401(k) Participants Borrowed Against Plans in 2021 – Here’s Why It’s a Dangerous Move | Economic news

If you are aware of any local business openings or closings, please let us know here. PREVIOUS OPENING AND CLOSING Pottsville Surgery Center in Schuylkill County will close after June 28, 2022 · Terrain on the Parkway offers 160 new 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments at 1625 Lehigh Parkway …

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New York’s Eleven Madison Park has killed plans to raise wages and prices in 2021

Eleven Madison Park owner Daniel Humm considered raising wages and menu prices last September. A ghost-written opinion draft said some EMP workers could “barely afford” food and rent. Plans to pay workers a ‘living wage’ were killed after heavy criticism from The New York Times, people said. In September 2021, …

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Kong Tofu & BBQ is a cozy Korean restaurant that has risen to the challenge

Maida Suta The exterior of Kong Tofu & BBQ at 19626 Stevens Creek Blvd. in Cupertino, a local Korean restaurant. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many businesses to reconsider their approach as the world is locked down to prevent the spread of the deadly disease. Kong Tofu Korean Restaurant and …

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Amazon provides $23 million for affordable housing in Seattle

SEATTLE (AP) — Amazon announced Thursday that it will provide $23 million to help minority-led organizations build or preserve more than 500 new affordable homes in Seattle — the latest spending by a technology company to mitigate a serious housing crisis that the industry has helped to create . The …

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The new restaurants, bars and activities of Lake Geneva

Restaurants and bars of Lake Geneva Lake City Social 111, rue du Centre, Lake Geneva Lake City Social opened last spring and offers everything from craft beers and specialty cocktails to Wisconsin-style burgers and shrimp. It is located inside the cove of Lake Geneva and is open daily from 11 …

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Shaquille O’Neal to open chicken restaurants in North Texas

Big Chicken, a fast-casual restaurant featuring the favorite dishes of basketball player Shaquille O’Neal and his famous friends, is set to make a big splash in Dallas and its suburbs starting in 2023. No less than 56 Big Chicken restaurants are expected to open across Texas, in Dallas, Houston, San …

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Best loans to market a restaurant

Marketing is an essential part of any business, but it can be harder to do without working capital. For small businesses like restaurants, marketing allows you to reach a larger audience or customer base, retain your current customers or customer base, and contribute to the overall growth of your business. …

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Naperville restaurant is changing the lives of people with special needs

Naperville restaurant employs people with special needs and changes lives The secret ingredient to a new Naperville restaurant is the staff, as more than half of its employees have special needs. NAPERVILLE, Ill. – The secret ingredient to a new Naperville restaurant is the staff, as more than half of …

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A taxi jumps on the sidewalk, seriously injuring 3 people in Manhattan

Three people were in critical condition Monday afternoon after a taxi hit the sidewalk in Manhattan’s Flatiron neighborhood. The driver rammed a cyclist and several pedestrians with his vehicle, authorities said. Around 1 p.m., according to firefighters, the taxi crashed into a building near 29th Street and Broadway, an area …

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Kimchi on pizza? It’s 1,000 times better than pineapple

Olivia’s Weiser Potato Kimchi Pizza It’s hard to pinpoint Chef Mario Alberto’s cooking style. He grew up cooking traditional Mexican dishes with his mother and spent time in the kitchens of the very Californian Gjelina, the Peruvian restaurant Mo-Chica, the Mexican plant-based restaurant Gracias Madre and the popular gastropub Freddy …

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Black Americans Living Abroad Reflect on Juneteenth | Radio WGN 720

BANGKOK (AP) — As the United States marks only the second federally recognized Juneteenth, black Americans living abroad have embraced the holiday as a day of reflection and an opportunity to educate people of their host country on black history. President Joe Biden moved quickly last year to federally recognize …

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Opening of a Basque tapas bar and restaurant in Tarrytown

June 18, 2022 By Shana Liebman– Rivertown foodies adore Tarrytown’s new Basque tapas. The second incarnation of Piermont’s beloved Spanish bar and restaurant opened in April and serves Northern Spanish cuisine with a modern twist. Tapas are freshly prepared and substantial – with old standards like chorizo ​​and empanadas braised …

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No James Beard Foundation award this year? We are good, LA

I laughed on Tuesday browsing Instagram when I saw my friend adam robert had resurrected the threadbare “Distracted Boyfriend” meme in reaction to this year’s James Beard Foundation awards – in which no honor was given to a chef or restaurant in Los Angeles. Roberts had labeled the boyfriend “the …

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Arlington business set to close receives heartfelt support

Fork in the Road was weeks away from closing its doors for good due to ongoing difficulties with rising costs, supply chain issues and lack of customers. ARLINGTON, Texas – At a glance, it’s easy to miss Arlington’s Hole in the Wall along Fielder Road. Inside, it’s hard to ignore …

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Illinois House candidate Thomas Maillard distances himself from gaming director Michael Bond who lost Waukegan casino offer

Most resumes grow over time. State legislative candidate Thomas Maillard has declined over the past two years. Disappeared from his LinkedIn page: his work for former senator Michael Bond’s video game company. In 2020 – when he was a top aide to Waukegan Mayor Sam Cunningham – Maillard’s page stated …

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RIPCO Acquires NYC Restaurant Real Estate Brokerage

Woodbury-based RIPCO Real Estate is expanding its restaurant services with the acquisition of BCD, a Manhattan-based restaurant real estate brokerage firm. The terms of the contract are not disclosed. Andrew Moger BCD, which stands for Branded Concept Development, was founded by Andrew Moger in 2001. Current and previous clients of …

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New restaurants open in Las Vegas

From the Las Vegas Strip to neighborhood malls, new restaurants, cafes and bars are opening their doors in the Las Vegas Valley. Here are some of the restaurants that have recently opened their doors. It will be updated periodically. Gäbi Boutique Donut & PastryGäbi Boutique Donut & Pastry Gäbi Boutique …

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Wilshire Quinn funds $16,025,000 loan on portfolio of hotels in Los Angeles, California

The second property is located on Wilshire Boulevard in Korea Town/Wilshire Center and consists of 56,000 square feet and 71 rooms. The independent hotel has a full restaurant and conference center, in addition to underground parking. The loan was funded within eight business days of the capital request. “As liquidity …

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Juneteenth 2022 in Chicago: ‘1619: The Journey of a People, the Musical’ and more events

In 2018, Ted Williams III, professor of political science at City Colleges of Chicago, decided to take a sabbatical at the right time. The Ashburn resident spent his free time thinking about how to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the arrival of African Americans in America. The first instinct, as …

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The Dallas restaurant is among the prestigious Best New Restaurants in America

A restaurant in Dallas received a nod from the international magazine Robb Report: Meridiancelebrity chef Junior Borges’ acclaimed restaurant, landed a spot on the publication’s annual list of America’s 10 Best New Restaurants, coming in at a commendable No. 5 on the list, alongside bustling Houston restaurant March, and eight …

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A fire has delayed reopening plans. Now an Indian restaurant is holding a fundraiser to support its staff

In the early morning hours of May 5, a fire broke out at Mint, an Indo-Pakistani restaurant in Laguna Hills. Firefighters responded to a report of smoke around 3 a.m. coming from the mall on Alicia Parkway where the restaurant is located. The fire was extinguished in less than 20 …

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Sonnenblick-Eichner Company advises on $35 million of

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., June 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Sonnenblick-Eichner Company today announced that it was the exclusive advisor to the Borrower for the placement of $35 million in first mortgage bridge financing for the leasehold interest in the Moxy Oakland Downtown, a 172-room hotel located in the Uptown arts …

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New law to protect restaurants from misleading delivery services

CHICAGO — A new law sponsored by State Sen. Emil Jones (D-Chicago) that will protect restaurants, bars and other businesses from deceptive delivery services was signed into law Friday. “Restaurants have long been victims of deceptive delivery services that take advantage of and profit from the company’s hard work,” Jones …

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José Andrés returns to the old Trump hotel

Placeholder while loading article actions We love stories of fate: lovers reconnected after decades apart, a long-lost ring recovered, a second chance taken. If the universe has any control over these things, it would seem that José Andrés was supposed to open a restaurant in the historic pavilion of the …

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Armed and untrained officers are still patrolling some NJ towns

Last year, the New Jersey State Board of Inquiry issued a “Badge abuse” report which revealed that many municipalities in the Garden State still appoint constables. The practice began in the 1600s when there were no police, and the British used them to keep the peace and perform other rudimentary …

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