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  • Another fine-dining restaurant drives off the road

     
    OK, technically this isn't about roadway or transportation issues. But hey, it's my blog, right? And you do have to drive to get to most restaurants. It saddened me to read in my colleague Ty Richardson's Jan. 22 "Retail Watch" column that The Galley...
  • Did Judge Hurley get 'cutesy' with forced date for fighting couple?

     
    So, if a judge makes you take your wife out to Red Lobster after a fight that resulted in your arrest for battery, what do you order? All the shrimp you can beat? Cracked crab legs? Blackened walleye? Sorry, don't......
  • Consumer Reports ranks nation’s biggest sit-down chain restaurants

     
    Consumer Reports surveyed 47,565 diners to help find the best meals and best deals at 102 of the nation's biggest sit-down chain restaurants. Nine chains earned high marks across the board for the four attributes in the ratings — taste, value,...
  • Tour of the Mountain Valley Conference, Part II: "Turn left at the blinking light."

     
    It hasn't exactly been on my bucket list of things to do before I retire, but I was curious about exactly where East Stroudsburg North High School was located. I kept hearing things like: "Oh, it's way up there" and "Oh, God, that's a terrible ride" and...
  • First look inside new Cask & Larder restaurant in Winter Park

     
    Schmidt Design Studio, an interior design firm specializing in restaurants and bars, created the interior for Cask & Larder , a much anticipated Ravenous Pig spinoff that opens Sept 5. James and Julie Petrakis, Pig owners and James Beard Award nominees,...
  • REVIEW: Singer's Philly show offers pop music -- as it should be

     
    Music styles come and go, but each generation produces at least one songwriter who produces pure pop music. Not the mass-produced, soul-less, sound-alike garbage now flooding radio, but well-crafted, melody-driven songs with intelligent lyrics. Eric...
  • PR Watch: ALEC spawned blockade of Florida paid sick time efforts

     
    New York City is poised to adopt paid sick day protections for workers there soon, but thanks to the corporate advocacy group ALEC, a “kill shot” is being delivered to similar efforts across the county, including Florida, according to PR...
  • Ask John: Where to dine in western Plantation

    Ask John: Where to dine in western Plantation
    Ask John! Sun Sentinel restaurant writer John Tanasychuk answers YOUR questions about restaurants, eating out and more. To submit your question, e-mail here. Please include your name, city and state with each question. -------------------- Wednesday,...
  • Lots of land left to fill at Lake Nona

    Stand in front of the Burnham Institute for Medical Research's new building and you can't help but think, "Boy, there sure is a lot of land out here — empty land." The completion of Burnham's 175,000-square-foot building is certainly a milestone....
  • Ravens Q&A with Michael Oher

    Ravens Q&A with Michael Oher
    Each Wednesday we'll bring you a Q&A with a Ravens player to help you learn a little more about the team. The first guest is rookie tackle Michael Oher, who was part of an offensive line that helped the team set franchise records in yards (501) and...
  • Disney hooked on discounts?

    Walt Disney World is hooked on the discount drug. This week marked the return of its "buy four nights, get three free" promotion at some of its hotels. And Disney revealed this week that guests can earn a free theme park ticket next year by...