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  1. Michelin Guide restaurant owner to open new venue next doorRead the original story w/Photo

    8 min ago | The Daily Millbury

    A Lincolnshire businessman who got his fine dining exclusive restaurant in the Michelin Guide during its first year of opening, is set to open a new venture next door. Andrew Leonard, owner of 14 Upgate in Louth, want to transform the neighbouring Grade II listed former reading room and library, Louth Mansion House, into a new restaurant and function room.


  2. New fish and oyster restaurant to open on Hermosa Beacha s Pier PlazaRead the original story w/Photo

    33 min ago | The Daily Breeze

    With decades of experience in the restaurant business, Lisa Hemmat and Levi Lupercio were eager to partner in something together as soon as they got married two years ago. “I've always had my eyes and ears out for another project,” Hemmat said, “but things have fallen through.” And then, in late November, the couple learned Killer Shrimp had closed its prime location on popular Pier Plaza just feet from the sand in Hermosa Beach.


  3. From coffee grounds to plate, Montreal company sprouts mushrooms from restaurant wasteRead the original story w/Photo

    59 min ago | CBC News

    Blanc de Gris is a Montreal company that grows Oyster mushrooms in an urban farm housed in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve. From the outside the Moreau Street warehouse, located in the heart of the Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve borough, looks pretty commonplace.


  4. Mick Jagger's dancer girlfriend posts videoRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Daily Mail

    SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Look who's moving like Jagger, six weeks after giving birth: Rolling Stone's dancer girlfriend posts video of her practising with the American ballet Sir Mick Jagger is careful with his pennies, so he'll be delighted that his girlfriend, Melanie Hamrick, has returned to work just six weeks after giving birth to his eighth child, Deveraux. The dancer, 30, posted a video online of her practising with the American Ballet Theatre.


  5. Unsealed filings in restaurateur's death detail his fears of estranged husbandRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Deseret News

    In the weeks before he died, prominent Utah restaurateur John Williams sought legal protection for himself and his property as he claimed his estranged husband became increasingly volatile and violent. According to recently unsealed court documents obtained by the Deseret News, Williams claimed Craig Crawford, 48, was deteriorating mentally and emotionally, becoming a risk to Williams' property and a danger to those around him.


  6. Expat's dogs massacred in feud with Spanish huntersRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Expat's dogs are massacred in feud with Spanish hunters: Five pets are shot and horse is gouged after she bans gang from land The gunmen shot the pets and gouged the eye of a horse after creeping on to the property at night. Animal rescue centre owner Illona Mitchell, 48, is pictured with daughter Ella at their home in Spain with three dogs that survived the attack Miss Mitchell, 48, left the UK in 2004 to live in the Sierra de Baza mountain range after buying 173 hectares of land for A 100,000.


  7. The business of "Bob's Burgers": From labor issues...Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Salon

    Jesse Huot, the co-owner of Grind Burger Kitchen in Louisville, Kentucky, says if he had a dollar for every time someone said to him "Oh my god, you guys are just like 'Bob's Burgers,'" he'd have enough money to buy a pack of plain white t-shirts and a mustache comb. The "you guys" are Huot and his wife, Grind co-owner Liz Huot.


  8. This fried chicken restaurant has just 3 menu items - and...Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Greenwich Citizen

    A fried chicken restaurant has captured the hearts of San Franciscans. The Bird landed in the city's SoMa neighborhood in October, and has been drawing lines out the door since.


  9. This fried chicken restaurant has just 3 menu items - and San Franciscans are going nuts for itRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Silicon Alley Insider

    A fried chicken restaurant has captured the hearts of San Franciscans. The Bird landed in the city's SoMa neighborhood in October, and has been drawing lines out the door since.


  10. Jersey City council taps cafe owner for vacant council seatRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

    JERSEY CITY -- Jermaine Robinson, a cafe owner who narrowly lost the Ward F City Council race in 2013, was appointed that ward's councilman by a narrow vote at a special council meeting last night. Robinson, 41, fills the vacancy left when Diane Coleman stepped down last month to become the county register.


  11. Sydney Now: What you need to know on Monday, January 23, 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    We're in for a warm day with a top of 31 degrees in the city and 34 at Parramatta. Tuesday will be boiling with a top of 38 in the city and 42 at Penrith.


  12. Italy avalanche hotel survivor "ate ice and snow to quench her...Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago |

    Giorgia Galassi, 22, is one of nine people pulled alive by rescuers continuing their search for signs of life five days after the disaster at Rigopiano - despite the bad weather One of the survivors of the avalanche which completely buried an Italian hotel has revealed she ate ice and snow to stay alive during her terrifying 58-hour ordeal. Giorgia Galassi, 22, was one of nine people pulled alive by rescuers who are continuing their search for possible signs of life despite the bad weather.


  13. The service sector is a great place to begin a career. It's where I got my start 50 years ago.Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Bangor Daily News

    At some point in their lives, many Mainers will have worked behind a retail counter or in a kitchen. Some people wrongly see service jobs as a dead-end path, but the service industry creates important opportunities for millions of Americans and tens of thousands of residents in Maine.


  14. Fine dining restaurateur cooks up easy, one-pot chiliRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | WANE-TV Fort Wayne

    Owner of Roanoke-based fine dining restaurant La Dolce Vita, Laura Wilson came to FirstNews Sunday to show everyone how to make her famous recipe for an easy, one-pot chili.


  15. Our 10 Favorite Counter Service RestaurantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 28, 2016 | Willamette Week

    The second jewel in the crown of Troy MacLarty's burgeoning Bollywood empire, the Division Street Bollywood colony offers a corner grocery, housemade ghee and a menu dotted with street-food faves borrowed from the subcontinent. Lamb samosas arrive crisped to a golden brown and perfectly paired with accompanying tomato-raisin and iridescent green chutneys.


  16. 'Hero' paramedic solicited over $5K in donations despite allegedly botching job :0Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | New York Post

    A Manhattan paramedic pocketed $5,760 in GoFundMe donations by painting himself as a lifesaving hero but stands accused of botching care for a man who died, The Post has learned. In a campaign titled "Rescuer needs rescuing," John D. Henderson, 52, claimed his actions revived a man in cardiac arrest.


  17. These apps can help you move - or dine at a fancy restaurant :0Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | New York Post

    When Warren Cohn, a 29-year-old with bad back issues, went on his honeymoon a couple years ago, he decided it wasn't worth the pain and suffering to haul his and his wife's two 50-pound suitcases up the four flights of stairs to his Cobble Hill walk-up. So he turned to Thumbtack, an app that connects customers who need help with just about any task to a local professional who's able to assist.


  18. Tarland hotel in awards successRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Deeside Today

    Tarland's Douneside House won three hotel and four people accolades at the North East regional final of the Scottish Hotel Awards. In the hotel category, Douneside won "Luxury Hotel of the Year", "Small Country House of the Year" and "Hotel Breakfast of the Year".


  19. Pizza-rich city getting richerRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | The Paducah Sun Online Edition

    Last year we wrote about a website that counted fast food restaurants around the country and found Paducah had more per capita than any other city.


  20. Works by master Japanese ceramists to be presented at Crocker Art MuseumRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Art Daily

    Beginning in January, the Crocker Art Museum will bring to Sacramento Into the Fold: Contemporary Japanese Ceramics from the Horvitz Collection, an exhibition highlighting the technical virtuosity of more than 40 artists, including many of Japan's greatest living ceramists. Japan has an exceptionally long and distinguished history of ceramic-making, dating back to the Neolithic period, around 10,000 BCE.