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  • Whole Foods coming to Virginia Beach

    Foodies who travel have probably visited Whole Foods Market is other cities. Now comes word that the natural and organic foods supermarket is coming to Virginia Beach. The 40,000-square-foor store will sit on the site formerly occupied by the Saturn...
  • Customers line up for new Sprouts

    Customers line up for new Sprouts
    COSTA MESA — As she walked out of the new Sprouts Farmers Market on Wednesday with two ripe cantaloupes, Andrea Bowen said she "couldn't be more tickled." The melons, which she had tucked into a green recyclable bag, cost her 19 cents a pound....
  • Sheboygan for the weekend

    Sheboygan for the weekend
    SHEBOYGAN, Wis. — "Of all places for you to go on vacation, why Sheboygan?" my friend asked when I explained that I was planning to take my 5-year-old away for a weekend in Wisconsin. "What else do they have besides bratwurst?" Apparently quite a...
  • Greer's O.C: New coffeehouse for Huntington Beach

    Huntington Beach just landed a new gourmet coffeehouse, Adams Avenue Coffee, which is proudly serving custom-roasted Kéan Coffee along with tasty treats such as the legendary Adams Avenue Donuts and pastries. Owner Gretchen Bock worked for Diedrich...
  • Cultivating Life: Gardening in August isn't easy

    August is a tough time for many gardeners. Temperatures usually hit an annual high, rain is infrequent, and daylight begins to shorten. While some may throw in the towel (or trowel, as it were), those of us who have been at it for a while know that this...
  • Columbus shows Ohio's adventurous side

    Columbus shows Ohio's adventurous side
    COLUMBUS, Ohio — Bartender Cris Dehlavi is making a mint julep at Mouton, a Short North arts district hot spot that specializes in Prohibition-era cocktails. Across the street, people are milling around a White Castle, one of the fast-food dives...
  • Giant reopens Abingdon store

    Giant reopens Abingdon store
    The Giant food store in Abingdon Station recently celebrated its grand reopening to exhibit its renovations and additions. New elements at this Giant food store include a full-service floral department at the front of store; increased section of...
  • Greer's OC: Mix surf, art with hotel stay

    The Shorebreak Hotel in Huntington Beach and world-renowned ocean photographer Aaron Chang (who has a pop-up gallery in the Shorebreak lobby) have teamed up to create an experience for surf and art lovers. Booking an "On a Mission for Art" package...
  • 'God's diet plan': Health food is organic farmer's ministry

    'God's diet plan': Health food is organic farmer's ministry
    There are those who believe in locally grown organic food because they are health-food aficionados and others who believe corporate industrialized farming is bad for your health and some who believe that food trucked halfway across the country is...
  • As temperatures cool, stink bugs start seeking shelter

    As temperatures cool, stink bugs start seeking shelter
    The harvest is on, and the nights are getting colder. So some Marylanders have begun to wonder when the stink bugs will show up. The experts say it won't be long. But they disagree on whether there will be fewer of them this time around, or more. "I...
  • Whipps Garden Cemetery in Ellicott City celebrates annual Daffodil Day

    Whipps Garden Cemetery in Ellicott City celebrates annual Daffodil Day
    The setting was more than a century-and-a-half old, but the flowers were fresh Saturday, March 31 at Whipps Garden Cemetery's fifth annual Daffodil Day. "We had a lot of people, and we sold lots of flowers," said Aleta Gravelle, director of the Friends...