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  • Dunning's upper crust pizza

    Dunning's upper crust pizza
    We are a city divided by pizza lines. Where do you side? The deep-dish faction stands its ground. The thin-crust sausage/cheese camp cries, "No, no, we won't go!" The support for New York-style pizza numbers are small but ever vocal. Yet my current...
  • Toronto Film Festival Lineup Includes Denzel Washington's 'Equalizer,' Kate Winslet's 'A Little Chaos'

    The Toronto Film Festival has announced more than 40 titles -- a mix of awards contenders, star-powered indies, and international arthouse fare -- screening in its Gala and Special Presentations program this September, including Denzel Washington's "The...
  • St. Charles rejects proposal for video gambling

    St. Charles rejects proposal for video gambling
    A request to consider a video gambling ordinance in St. Charles was rejected by the City Council on Monday night after two aldermen said they didn't even want to discuss the idea. During the public comment portion of the council meeting, Donald Ramsell,...
  • Ocoee woman finds $3 million ticket in scratch-off bought in Windermere

    Ocoee woman finds $3 million ticket in scratch-off bought in Windermere
    One of Florida's newest multi-millionaires has a simple plan for her windfall: she wants to pay off her mortgage in Ocoee then buy a second home for her family. Brandy Pauline, 31, won a $3 million prize in the Super Millions scratch-off game, Florida...
  • Soup's on at Jacob's

    Soup's on at Jacob's
    Q: I would like to have the vegetable soup recipe from Jacob's restaurant in Boynton Beach. The soup and the food are very good. I eat there often. — Linda Kenik, Boynton Beach A: Joe and Elaine Spiegel have developed a devoted following since...
  • Hotel guests ordering more takeout, less room service

    Hotel guests ordering more takeout, less room service
    Hotel guests increasingly prefer to order their eats from takeout restaurants rather than from room service, according to data from Chicago-based online food-ordering service GrubHub Inc. While revenues from room service declined 9.5 percent from 2007...
  • From front-row seat, Israeli town cheers assault on Gaza

    SDEROT, Israel Dragging a sofa up a hill, residents of Sderot and other curious Israelis prepared for yet another night of watching their army bomb targets in Gaza during what the Israelis have dubbed Operation Protective Edge. This town of 25,000 has...
  • Dining scene: From chicken and waffles to unexpected cocktails

    Dining scene: From chicken and waffles to unexpected cocktails
    Gluttonous Goat 99 SE Mizner Blvd., Unit #2, Boca Raton, 561-923-9457, GluttonousGoat.com After short stints as a Spanish tapas café and the French L'etoile, this spot on the edge of Royal Palm Place is now a gastropub with a Caribbean and Creole...
  • Ocean City's Dough Roller opens new restaurant in Rockville

    Ocean City's Dough Roller opens new restaurant in Rockville
    The Dough Roller, the Ocean City family favorite, opened a branch of its pizza restaurant in Rockville over the weekend. The location in King Farms Village Center is operated by Gary Gibbs, son of The Dough Roller Restaurants founder. Gibbs, who lives...
  • Three to try: Berliner weisse beers

    Three to try: Berliner weisse beers
    If you balk at the idea of low-alcohol beers, stop reading. But if the idea of drinking a few rounds of refreshing, summer brews on a warm patio without falling over appeals to you, it's time to become acquainted with berliner weisse. This traditional...
  • Miami restaurant, survivor of desegregation and riots, to close

    MIAMI (Reuters) - After more than half a century, Jumbo's, famous for its fried shrimp and conch, and one of the first Miami restaurants to desegregate in the late 1960s, is closing this week as the site is sold to a developer of affordable housing....