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Seafood and Fishing Industry

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  • Worth a trip: Fried whole belly clams at New England Seafood Company Fish Market

    Worth a trip: Fried whole belly clams at New England Seafood Company Fish Market
    "Our friends in Boston laugh that we have to say 'whole belly' clams. In the Northeast, that's a given," said Jeff Mazza, who with his brother Bob, owns Lakeview's New England Seafood Company Fish Market (3341 N. Lincoln Ave. 773-871-3474). Ironically,...
  • Setnetters, Fish and Game Go Head-to-Head in Court

    Setnetters, Fish and Game Go Head-to-Head in Court
    Setnetters and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game went head-to-head at a preliminary injunction hearing in an Anchorage courtroom on Tuesday. The Cook Inlet Fishermen's Fund filed a lawsuit on behalf of the East Side Setnetters against Fish and...
  • Rare East African Drug Discovered in Unalaska

    Rare East African Drug Discovered in Unalaska
    It's a stimulant that the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency describes as similar to cocaine and methamphetamine, typically chewed like tobacco, a drug with a history dating back thousands of years, but rarely seen in Alaska until recently. On June 30,...
  • Soldotna's Allure May be Tied to Diminishing Salmon Populations

    Soldotna's Allure May be Tied to Diminishing Salmon Populations
    It was in early May of 1985 when Soldotna resident Les Anderson hooked into a big fish while fishing the Kenai River. That big fish was not only big, it was the biggest: a 97-pound King salmon that to this day remains the world record. Anderson's...
  • Ask the Chef: Scott Miller of Max Oyster Bar in West Hartford

    Ask the Chef: Scott Miller of Max Oyster Bar in West Hartford
    Scott Miller Chef at Max Oyster Bar, West Hartford   Scott could you please tell us about how you ended up here? Sure, I was in Colorado for almost ten years, working in restaurants and hotels, but I’m originally from the Connecticut area...
  • Dining scene: From chilled shellfish to slow-simmered sirloin

    Dining scene: From chilled shellfish to slow-simmered sirloin
    Lobster Bar Sea Grille 450 E. Las Olas Blvd., Suite 190, Fort Lauderdale, 954-772-2675, BuckHeadRestaurants.com Yes, it's as dramatically striking and grand as anticipated with a big-city feel. A place to see and be seen, indeed. From the Atlanta-...
  • As Hillary Clinton Talks Oceans, Show Biz Friends Urge 'Please Run for President'

    Hillary Clinton told Variety that Oceana's fete at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel was a "very important event," but as much as she tried to keep the focus on the org's work in protecting the ocean ecosystem, few others couldn't help but allude to the prospect...
  • In Colombia, turning coca farmers into breeders of ornamental fish

    In Colombia, turning coca farmers into breeders of ornamental fish
    FLORENCIA, Colombia — The expansion of China's middle class isn't some abstract notion in this sweltering corner of Colombia's Amazon River basin. It's driving a private-public partnership trying to steer the local economy away from illegal coca...
  • La escena culinaria alrededor del sur de Florida

    La escena culinaria alrededor del sur de Florida
    Lobster Bar Sea Grille (450 E. Las Olas Blvd., Suite 190, Fort Lauderdale, 954-772-2675, BuckHeadRestaurants.com) Sí, es dramáticamente notable y grande como la anticipada sensación de una gran ciudad. Un lugar para ver y ser visto, de verdad. De la...
  • Purist sushi bar Q, to open downtown, won't serve you rolls, avocado or teriyaki

    Purist sushi bar Q, to open downtown, won't serve you rolls, avocado or teriyaki
    Japanese chef Hiroyuki Naruke is a purist. He's turned Q, an omakase sushi restaurant slated to open Sept. 18 in downtown L.A., into a no-avocado, no-tempura, no-teriyaki zone.   "And no cut rolls," said Naruke behind his sushi bar with a shake of his...
  • It's showtime for Fort Lauderdale boat show

    It's showtime for Fort Lauderdale boat show
    This is what you can expect to find at the 54th Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show that opens today: More than 1,000 gleaming boats of every size and shape and price range imaginable;  a sultry fireworks show and a first-time ever children's clinic...