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  • Foodshare On Target To Meet Goal, Numerous Food Drives This Weekend

     Foodshare On Target To Meet Goal, Numerous Food Drives This Weekend
    With four days to go, including a weekend full of collection events, Foodshare reports it has received 6,716 turkey and needs another 13,180 birds to make its goal. "It's pretty close to last year," Foodshare President and CEO Gloria McAdam said...
  • Boozy nachos and fried pickles at new Pasadena Whole Foods restaurant

    Boozy nachos and fried pickles at new Pasadena Whole Foods restaurant
    The Pasadena Whole Foods Market on Arroyo Parkway, the largest Whole Foods west of the Rocky Mountains, will open its first full-service restaurant on Friday. So if you're in the mood to sit down for a proper meal with a server — instead of your...
  • Turkey: Roasted or braised, you decide

     Turkey: Roasted or braised, you decide
    Thanksgiving might just be the ultimate potluck. Nearly everyone we know loves this food-centric holiday. Long gone are the days of one person cooking the whole Thanksgiving dinner. These days, many guests volunteer to bring a part of the meal, for a...
  • Californian Michael Mina knows how South Florida eats

    Californian Michael Mina knows how South Florida eats
    Miami is no stranger to satellite restaurateurs. New York-based chef Daniel Boulud has restaurants in Palm Beach and Miami. Andrew Carmellini operates The Dutch in Miami Beach along with several spots back in New York. "Top Chef" Fabio Viviani just...
  • Letter: Talaria only benefits developer

    Letter: Talaria only benefits developer
    Recently, the City Council confirmed its support of the Saturday-only watering program until March, with the option of unrestricted hose use. This is a temporary but necessary inconvenience and one that is reasonable. Compare the above to the far-...
  • Foodshare Starts Annual Turkey Drive; Goal Is 19,896 Birds

    Foodshare Starts Annual Turkey Drive; Goal Is 19,896 Birds
    Foodshare's drive to provide 19,896 turkeys to needy families for the holiday season has begun. Olde Burnside Brewing in East Hartford and Congregation Beth Israel in West Hartford were among groups who held drives for the Bloomfield-based food bank's...
  • Winn-Dixie accepting Apple Pay

    Winn-Dixie accepting Apple Pay
    Winn-Dixie is now part of the club of stores allowing customers to pay via Apple Pay. Apple Pay enables customers who have iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus to pay at checkout by holding the smartphone near a contactless reader and placing their finger on...
  • Retailers target singles with wine tastings, apartment furnishings

    NEW YORK — Whole Foods is holding wine tastings. Ikea is pitching apartment furniture to divorced dads. Applebee's turns into a nightclub after dinner. These companies are all targeting an increasingly coveted demographic: single Americans. More...
  • 'Occupy the Farm' illustrates Berkeley's battle with farmers

    'Occupy the Farm' illustrates Berkeley's battle with farmers
    The Occupy movement has been well documented, but the activists in Todd Darling's satisfying "Occupy the Farm" took a different approach to their 2012 battle to save a tract of land from commercial development. When UC Berkeley revealed plans to turn...
  • Meal prep and delivery services cook up interest in Chicago area

    Meal prep and delivery services cook up interest in Chicago area
    Startups have their eyes on kitchens around the country, aiming to add spice to the often bland routine of making dinner. Their updated dinner recipe for busy Americans goes like this: Order online. Receive an insulated pack of food. Prepare it in 30...
  • Electric vehicle charging stations ready to roll after long delay

    Electric vehicle charging stations ready to roll after long delay
    Nearly four years after Chicago announced a rollout of charging stations for electric vehicles across the region, the long-stalled project is moving forward with the help of Nissan and NRG eVgo, a subsidiary of NRG Energy. Arlington Heights-based JNS...