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  1. Wineaux: Rituals to calm the inner beastRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Davis Enterprise

    One of my more benign eccentricities is letter-writing. Every Monday I send a one-pager to my mother in southern California, who may or may not know who sends her news of grandchildren she doesn't remember and great-grandchildren she has met only once.

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  2. Edmonton restaurateur fundraises to open burger, bagel and beer businessesRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | CBC News

    The Gibbard Block, which formerly housed the La Boheme restaurant, could be the site of a new restaurant, deli and liquor store owned by Edmonton's Nate Box. Restaurateur Nate Box wants to establish three new businesses in a historic building in the Highlands neighbourhood - but he's relying on the generosity of Edmontonians to make it happen.

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  3. Bridging the Gap between the University and the RF IndustryRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Microwave Product Digest

    With 5G standards barely off the drawing board and headlines filled with speculation about all the related capabilities, what sometimes gets lost in the buzz is that these technologies will depend heavily on a new generation of RF engineers to develop the circuits and systems to realize the dream. It is difficult to conceive of the number of new products that will incorporate high-speed, wideband RF communication once next generation wireless networks are rolled out, and the industry needs a deep pool of technical talent to support the demand.

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  4. Concessions International in Partnership with H&H Hospitality Bring...Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | PRWeb

    Concessions International and Shake Shack are excited to announce the Grand Opening of Shake Shack on Sept. 25, in Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Concourse A near Gate 28. "Shake Shack couldn't be more excited to touch down in the world's busiest airport," said Michael Kark, Shake Shack's Vice President of Global Licensing.

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  5. The Hero Joint opens in PatchogueRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Newsday

    A cheesesteak and house-made salt and pepper chips at The Hero Joint, which has opened in Patchogue. Photo Credit: Newsday/Corin Hirsch For the six years that John Murray III has been running Kilwins chocolates in Patchogue, he would sometimes lament that there was nowhere nearby to grab a quick hero.

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  6. COMMENTARY: Waiting for Ontario to recognize that home heating is essentialRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | GlobalNews

    Fall arrived on the weekend, and you would not have known it last Friday in southern Ontario, where temperatures reached highs usually seen in mid-July. But hardy Canadians know that the mild fall conditions will quickly give way to what makes us the fifth coldest country in the world: the icy blasts from the North that require the annual furnace startup.

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  7. Last remaining daughter of New York deli 'Russ & Daughters' dies at 97Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 23 | Daily Mail

    She was the last survivor of the four namesakes behind the Lower East Side Manhattan eatery that her father Joel Russ opened more than a century ago Anne Russ Federman, who started working at her father Joel Russ' deli at the age of 14 along with her two sisters, passed away from heart failure on Thursday at her home in Pembroke Pines, Florida . She was the last survivor of the four namesakes behind the Lower East Side Manhattan eatery that her father opened more than a century ago.

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  8. NJ store to close after a century of suiting up bar mitzvah boysRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 22 | Arutz Sheva Israel News

    New Jersey Jewish News via JTA -- When Clifford Kulwin celebrated his 13th work anniversary at a Livingston, New Jersey, temple, he knew he had to mention another local institution. "I understand there are some present who do not consider this a 'real' bar mitzvah.

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  9. Where in L.A. Was the French Dip Born? Probably at Philippe'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 21 | KQED

    The sandwich that made Philippe's famous: French Dip. Seen here with a side of potato salad.

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  10. NJ store closes after a century of serving bar mitzvah boys, and...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 21 | Jerusalem Post

    When Clifford Kulwin celebrated his 13th anniversary as rabbi at Temple B'nai Abraham in Livingston, New Jersey, he knew he had to mention another local institution. "I understand there are some present who do not consider this a 'real' bar mitzvah.

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  11. Church Square is Cape Town's new trendy coffee hubRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 21 | Iol.co.za

    Church Square, situated on the corner of Parliament and Spin Streets in the vibrant Cape Town CBD, offers a culinary hub for the people of the Mother City with copious coffee shops and an abundance of eateries offering epicurean delights. Patrons can enjoy watching the world go by in the serene cobbled Square - the heart around which the city was built.

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  12. When did the city let you down?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 20 | CBC News

    The municipal election on Oct. 22 is all about how you live your life. It comes down to how you get to and from work or school, the water you drink, the recreation centres you visit and even the snow piling up the sidewalks outside your house in the winter.

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  13. Can dog photos save Charleston's North Central Deli?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 20 | Post and Courier

    Paul Cheney sits on the floor in the apartment above his deli on Huger Street and quacks like Donald Duck, trying to get the attention of Jake, a pitbull. The dog was brought in by a neighbor and regular customer to have his professional photograph taken for $35.

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  14. Yom Kippur: A time for feasting as well as fastingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 19 | Salon

    It was the bag of Fritos that gave me away. As a secular Jewish kid whose family did not belong to a synagogue, I did not think twice about riding my bike to the convenience store around the corner during the afternoon of Yom Kippur.

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  15. Big Dom's Bagel Shop Brings Bagels, B'donuts, and Biscuits to Downtown CaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 19 | Independent Weekly

    And it's no wonder - the shop is owned by Amber and Zach Faulisi, the folks behind popular Cary pizza joint Pizzeria Faulisi, who have earned a loyal following for their pies and signature dough crafted with a blend of Italian- and North Carolinamilled flours. Big Dom's, named after the Faulisi's son, specializes in Montreal-style bagels, which are smaller and denser than New York bagels and have a slightly sweet taste, since they're made from a malted dough and boiled in water sweetened with brown sugar .

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  16. Yom Kippur, known as the Day of Atonement, is considered the most mournful day of the Jewish year.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 19 | WVEC-TV Norfolk

    It was the bag of Fritos that gave me away. As a secular Jewish kid whose family did not belong to a synagogue, I did not think twice about riding my bike to the convenience store around the corner during the afternoon of Yom Kippur.

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  17. Pastrami Plus to open second Long Island location, in Franklin SquareRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 19 | Newsday

    There's a slice of good news on the kosher-style deli front: Pastrami Plus, the little delicatessen in East Meadow known for its warm, peppery pastrami and multi-flavor knishes, is expanding to a new location down the pike in Franklin Square. Sal Gawish, an immigrant from Egypt who learned the business at Grabstein's in Canarsie, Brooklyn, and also worked at Bellmore's now-defunct Bellcrest kosher deli, opened the East Meadow store in 2003.

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  18. Hamptons hotspot Montauk all to yourselfRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 19 | CNN

    The once-sleepy beach town of Montauk, New York, has transformed into one of the hottest summertime escapes on the East Coast. The enclave at the east end of New York's Long Island peninsula hosts chaotic summer crowds, but things slow down considerably in early fall, making it the best time to visit this Hamptons hub.

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  19. New flavors coming to Marshall's campusRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 18 | Huntington News

    Sodexo was recently awarded a new 10-year contract, which includes a two-year expansion of offerings. The new contract goes into effect in August 2019.

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  20. LA's Next Stoner Food Obsession Might Be the Beloved Pizza BagelRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 18 | Eater

    There's a new trend sweeping the streets of Los Angeles these days: Pizza bagels. Funny as it sounds, the simple childhood favorite is now popping up on more than a few menus, complete with big, wide slices of pepperoni.

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