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  • Hoppy holidays: Funky Buddha beer in bottles

    Hoppy holidays: Funky Buddha beer in bottles
    Six-pack bottles of your favorite beer from the Funky Buddha Brewery have hit store shelves in South Florida. Who says there’s no Santa Claus? The Oakland Park brewery announced that six-packs of its best-selling beers, Floridian Hefeweizen and...
  • Menorah Lightings, Hanakkah Celebrations All Over The State

    Menorah Lightings, Hanakkah Celebrations All Over The State
    Anyone can learn about Hanukkah by going to a Jewish community center or a synagogue. But Rabbi Yosef Wolvovsky wants even more people to know about the Festival of Lights. “Our view of the menorah and the events of Hanukkah, although it happened...
  • Spending: should you pay with Apple Pay?

    With the kind of fanfare that only Apple can produce, Apple Pay has put contactless payments in the spotlight. To some extent, the hype surrounding Apple Pay is warranted. Apple Pay has also done a lot to get the credit card networks and merchants to...
  • Lance Barber on his long-awaited 'Comeback'

    Lance Barber on his long-awaited 'Comeback'
    It is almost unheard of for a TV series to get a second season nearly 10 years after the first. But with so many recent changes in the viewing landscape, nothing about television is business as usual anymore. Which brings us to "The Comeback," a spiky...
  • Beer gifts for the wine-lovers on your holiday list

    Beer gifts for the wine-lovers on your holiday list
    There’s no doubt that a fine bottle of wine makes for a great gift, or a thoughtful item to bring to a holiday party or feast, but there’s another fermented beverage that doesn’t get the respect it deserves around the holidays. Beer,...
  • Be By Baby's closing blamed on Amazon and is a loss for families, Lakeview

    Be By Baby's closing blamed on Amazon and is a loss for families, Lakeview
    For 10 years, Kathy Poehlmann has been dispensing advice about breast-feeding and baby-wearing from her store, Be By Baby, in Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood. It's the store where window displays featured cloth diapers on a clothesline, or, more...
  • Praise for The Times' 'Product of Mexico' series

    Praise for The Times' 'Product of Mexico' series
    The Times' ongoing "Product of Mexico" series — on the Mexican laborers who endure, among other things, poor living conditions and months without pay working on factory farms that send their produce to the United States — has understandably...
  • Beer review: Golden Road Brewing's Back Home Gingerbread Stout

    Beer review: Golden Road Brewing's Back Home Gingerbread Stout
    The hop-loving brewers at Golden Road Brewing have turned toward sugar and spice for their latest seasonal release, and Back Home Gingerbread Stout is a balanced and flavorful holiday-time treat. The bouquet of cinnamon, ginger and allspice springs from...
  • Exciting future for our city

    Newport News has a long and very strong history of support from the defense industry and manufacturing. We will continue to build on and expand this heritage from Newport News Shipbuilding and Fort Eustis to Ferguson Enterprises, Canon Virginia and...
  • Mexican farmworkers' plight and the American consumer

    Mexican farmworkers' plight and the American consumer
    To the editor: Congratulations to The Times for publishing another top investigative report, this time revealing the terrible working and living conditions of thousands of Mexican farmworkers. I look forward to reading the coming articles in this series....
  • A small tree brightens a brother's last Christmas

    A small tree brightens a brother's last Christmas
    A few weeks before my brother Bill's last Christmas, he and I went to buy a Christmas tree. It was not a merry time in his household. Bill had cancer, and yet, against the odds, he kept going, fortified by medications, his will to live and the love of...