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  1. Cafe's monster fry up challenge is relaunchedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Echo

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  2. Vintage Baseball Game to be Held as Part of BicentennialRead the original story

    Thursday | WMAN-AM Mansfield

    The game, which will be played in the Launch Area at Freer Field during the Balloonfest celebration, will feature the Mansfield Independents against a team of local players. The event is sponsored by Buffalo Wild Wings.


  3. Organic pioneer Amy's to unveil 'clean' fast food concept in CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday |

    A modern, health-conscious take on fast food is coming soon to northern California -- and no, it's not McDonald's introducing "breakfast kale" at select restaurants in a lame attempt to stay relevant. Organic pioneer Amy's Kitchen is set to open its first drive-through restaurant in Rohnert Park, where they will feature common fast food items like burgers, fries, and shakes made with only clean, organic ingredients.


  4. Hot Shot Bakery and Cafe owner chases 35-year dreamRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | St. Augustine Record

    PETER.WILLOTT@STAUGUSTINE.COMSherry Stoppelbein prepares two breakfasts of eggs, sausage and grits in her Hot Shot Bakery and CafA in St. Augustine on Wednesday, July 1, 2015. of Hot Shot Bakery and CafA patrons who try the St. Augustine restaurant's signature dish of chocolate covered datil peppers decorate the business' wall on Wednesday, July 1, 2015.


  5. Chick-fil-A named favorite fast food restaurant in AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WRIC-TV Richmond

    Chick-fil-A led the pack of smaller fast food chains, with an American Customer Satisfaction Index score of 86- the highest level of customer satisfaction ever recorded by a fast food restaurant. This is the first year Chick-fil-A was included in the ACSI.


  6. Dover Farmers Market starts upRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Bennington Banner

    Other markets are weather dependent as they are held outdoors. If it rains, Dellert said they're "pretty much wiped out."


  7. Pear Tree Center in Ukiah for saleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Ukiah Daily Journal

    The owner of the Pear Tree Center in Ukiah announced this week that the shopping center is up for sale. “The timing just seems right,” noted Len Garrison, an owner of the property and one of its original developers, in a press release.


  8. Restricting access to the capital will not solve traffic chaosRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday |

    'The transport plan is heavily focused on pedestrian, cyclist and bus use. Not a city for old men - or women - then' Somebody down in the bunkers of Dublin has a crystal ball.


  9. The Vision Groupon Fails To Sell YouRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Seeking Alpha

    Groupon has just ventured into the Online Ordering segment with "Groupon To Go", but most investors do not know anything about this. Groupon is sitting on $1 billion in cash, almost no debt, but the CEO fails to provide a clear and positive vision for investors to buy on future value.


  10. a A bloodbatha : Brutal summer spells doom for Miami restaurantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Miami Herald

    L'echon Brasserie: A burger from the restaurant, which closed July 1 after a year in business at the Hilton Cabana Miami Beach. L'echon Brasserie: Chef Josh Elliott, center, works the line at Pubbelly's French-style restaurant that closed July 1 in Miami Beach.


  11. Cafe owner calls cops after seeing 'ghost' on CCTVRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Yahoo!

    When police in the UK arrived at cafe armed with tasers they were expecting a stand off, but there was no sign of a break in. The owner had spotted what he thought was a burglar on CCTV, but now he is convinced his establishment could be haunted.


  12. Cracker Barrel announces Bradford named non-executive chairman of the yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Lebanon Democrat

    Award winners were honored at a ceremony held in New York City on June 18. Eligible candidates included publicly traded companies in the United States that are listed on the NYSE or NASDAQ. "NYSE Governance Services' Governance, Risk and Compliance Leadership Awards underscore the role that corporate governance plays in dictating a company's success and a board's contribution to long-term value."


  13. Ombudsman wants more info before probe into flood-fight deal startsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Winnipeg Free Press

    Manitoba's ombudsman has yet to start her review of a controversial $5-million deal to acquire flood-fighting equipment for First Nations two weeks after it was first promised by Premier Greg Selinger. Shelley Penziwol, spokeswoman for ombudsman Charlene Paquin, said the government has asked the independent office to review the file, but Paquin has asked for unspecified additional information about its scope.


  14. NYC Restaurant Per Se To Pay $500,000 In Wage Violation Complaint SettlementRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CBS Local

    NEW YORK - One of New York City's most expensive restaurants agreed to settle a complaint that it added a 20 percent charge for banquets and did not pass the money on to its waiters, officials said Thursday. As WCBS 880's Marla Diamond reported, the wrongdoing was not in Per Se's dining room, where prix fixe dinner for two can cost over $1,000, but in its private dining contract.


  15. Katy Perry Discouraged by Nuns From Purchasing Los Feliz ConventRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Hollywood Reporter

    The pop singer is currently in the middle of a property dispute between the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles and two nuns over the sale of the nuns' former Los Feliz-based convent. Katy Perry has her sights set on an eight-acre estate in Los Feliz, but there are two Sisters who are opposed to the idea of their former convent falling into the hands of the pop star.


  16. Buffalo Wild Wings And TGI Fridays Debut New Campaigns For Sports And Appetizer FansRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | MediaPost

    In one of the sweeping romantic gestures that define me as a husband and a soul mate, I recently surprised my wife with a new electronic toothbrush. I was in the market for one of my own and, whoa, wouldn't you know it - Costco had a terrific deal on a two-pack.


  17. Eight Three One Opens In Old Nobleoni SpaceRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 2 | Eater

    A pair of Leather Storrs' kitchen vets take over the restaurateur's old cafe digs at the Oregon College of Art and Craft. After each working for about two years under the guidance of Noble Rot 's Leather Storrs at his Nobleoni cafe space at the Oregon College of Art and Craft, Ray Kim and Robert Huntsman have taken the cafe's reigns transforming into Eight Three One , the latest incarnation of the OCAC's campus cafe.


  18. Passing on good news: Cheeky Rodney celebrates Orange's achievementsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | Central Western Daily

    SHOWINGa STHE NEWS: Cheeky Barista owner Sopee Soo, son Sebastian and fellow cafe owner Rodney Soo against the wall of newspaper clippings collected and hung in the cafe this year. Photo: JUDE KEOGH 0624cheekybarista2 THE end of financial year brings a new season of celebrating achievements of community sporting groups, clubs and genuinely good people on the wall at Cheeky Barista cafe.


  19. Prospect Capital And Risk-Adjusted ReturnsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | Seeking Alpha

    The one compelling case for buying the stock is a market failure to correctly price the underlying assets. That is a game for traders.


  20. Around Atlanta Talks Beer with Publik Draft HouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | Atlanta Real Estate Forum

    Eddie Johnson, managing partner of Publik Draft House and founder of The Great Southern Beer Competition, is today's Around Atlanta guest on Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio. After years of working in the Atlanta restaurant industry, Eddie decided that opening a pub would fill a void missing in the Atlanta restaurant market.