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  • Neighborhoods: East Nashville is the hippest part of town

    A trip to Nashville wouldn't be complete without a visit to the honky-tonks of lower Broadway and a pilgrimage to the "mother church of country music," the Ryman Auditorium, but once you've hit those, consider a trip across the river to Nashville's hippest neighborhood.
  • Readers share their favorite fudge recipes

    Readers share their favorite fudge recipes
    Daley Question readers responded generously to my plea for help in finding a fudge recipe made with Nesquik, formerly known as Nestle Quik. ("Fudge recipes, Nestle-style," Daley Question, Feb. 18, 2015). Bob Smith wrote in from Wheat Ridge, Colo.,...

    Bike Week is coming

    Bike Week is coming
    Bike Week rolls into Central Florida March 6-15. Bring your appetite. There are so many good foodie hangouts to check out along your ride. I like the Swamphouse Grill in DeBary, The Black Hammock in Oviedo and Nemo's at the Sanford Marina. Found I...

    Pay raise coming for half a million Wal-Mart workers

    Pay raise coming for half a million Wal-Mart workers
    WATCH THIS: Starbucks brewing coffee-delivery subscription service. Wal-Mart announces it will hike wages for 500,000 workers. Bitter cold prompts UGI to ask Easton residents to curtail natural gas consumption. Positive January numbers boost Valley...

    Nestle announces its chocolate bars are going natural

    Nestle announces its chocolate bars are going natural
    The Swiss candy company Nestle says it's removing unnatural flavors and colors from products in the United States as consumers crave more organic sweets. Nestle USA, headquartered in Glendale, Calif., said in a statement Tuesday that more than 250...