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Restaurant and Catering Industry

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  • Grandmother inspired caterer's love of food and fellowship

    By Erinn Hutkin A professional caterer for 17 years, Ali Tucker is still inspired by her maternal grandmother, Carrie Murphy, mother of 7 and grandmother to 26. Murphy could always be found in the kitchen creating "the most delicious meals" for her large...
  • Chasing your dreams: John Rivers shares his business success story

    Chasing your dreams: John Rivers shares his business success story
    For years, John Rivers noted, he seemed to have everything a successful business person needed: a prestigious job, in a fast-growing field, making good money. The one thing he didn’t have, and so sorely desired, he noted, was something else: a...
  • At Epiphany Farms, owning both farm and table

    At Epiphany Farms, owning both farm and table
    Fame can be as alluring as lights for a moth. If you're an aspiring chef, the spotlight shines no brighter than in a big city like Las Vegas. Sin City was where Ken Myszka cooked six years ago, working for superstar chefs Guy Savoy and Thomas Keller...
  • As 6,500 workers from three A.C. casinos await word on layoffs, a wider area braces for economic disaster

    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. The fallout over mass layoffs from three potential casino closings next month could have a severe impact on the New Jersey Shore economy, as those whose livelihoods depend on a thriving casino industry brace for the worst. Local...
  • Blackfin closes in Maitland, one owner hopes to move concept to new location

    Blackfin closes in Maitland, one owner hopes to move concept to new location
    Blackfin restaurant has closed in Maitland but one of the owners is hoping to move to another location. However, a sign posted on the door today stated: "We are closed and will reopen in a few weeks. Thank you for being patient." Developer Eric Kovar, who...
  • P.F. Chang's security breach hits 33 restaurants, 3 in Pennsylvania

    P.F. Chang's security breach hits 33 restaurants, 3 in Pennsylvania
    P.F. Chang's China Bistro Inc. has provided new details about a security breach discovered in June, saying customer data may have been stolen from 33 restaurants in 16 states, including three locations in Pennsylvania. The restaurant chain said Monday...
  • In defense of the Florida lobster

    In defense of the Florida lobster
    Even though reefs from West Palm Beach to Key West are filled with Florida lobster, the Maine variety still seems to dominate local restaurants. This is partially because the lobster industry is much larger in the North. Some people say it's also a...
  • Lottery agency now holds more authority on illegal slots

    Lottery agency now holds more authority on illegal slots
    Amusement game operators and distributors are fighting the Maryland State Lottery and Gaming Control Commission's proposed regulations on arcade games, but the agency already has new authority that could affect the side of the game business that operators...
  • Foley Follows Career Twists And Turns Toward Governor's Office

     Foley Follows Career Twists And Turns Toward Governor's Office
    Tom Foley never thought he would simultaneously have one son in Harvard and two toddlers in diapers. His life has taken multiple twists and turns that he would not have predicted, including becoming a father again later in life. Those twists also...
  • A honey of a brew: Pair opens Allentown's first meadery

    It's one of the oldest fermented beverages in the world, but until recently many people had never even heard of mead. Now the ancient drink, which was mentioned in "Beowulf" and found in Egyptian tombs, has come to Allentown. In January, Greg Heller-...
  • Downers Grove businesses seek to keep old signs

    Downers Grove businesses seek to keep old signs
    Several Downers Grove business owners have tried to keep from building new signs for their establishments in the wake of newly enforced village policies. Retailers including Fry's Electronics, Kohl's and two Best Buy locations have petitioned to keep...