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  • Smoking Swine taking over kitchen at former JD's Smokehouse

    Smoking Swine taking over kitchen at former JD's Smokehouse
    The operators of the Smoking Swine food truck will be taking over the kitchen at the former JD's Smokehouse in Canton, at least temporarily. L. Drew Pumphrey, the food truck's owner and executive chef, told The Baltimore Sun that the Smoking Swine is...
  • 12/01: Business events

    12/01: Business events
    Chamber East Lake County: Networking Breakfast, 8 a.m. third Saturday, Lisa's Kountry Café, 23911 State Road 46, Sorrento. Details: http://www.elcchamber.com or 352-383-8801. West Orange: networking groups, 8-9 a.m. Tuesdays, Mimi's Cafe, 3130 Daniels...
  • Knives at LAX, JFK restaurants raise security concerns

    Knives at LAX, JFK restaurants raise security concerns
    As part of a $1.9-billion upgrade last year, Los Angeles International Airport added a slate of high-end shops and classy restaurants at the Tom Bradley International Terminal, including the 6,000-square-foot steak house III Forks. Airport officials and...
  • Koreatown's cool old buildings point to L.A.'s future

    Koreatown's cool old buildings point to L.A.'s future
    A 1941 Los Angeles guidebook described architect Myron Hunt's I. Magnin building on Wilshire Boulevard, finished two years earlier, as an "elaborate new" department store with shop floors "furnished in shades of apricot" and featuring "indirect lighting...
  • Protesters aim to slow holiday shopping

    Protesters aim to slow holiday shopping
    Activists in Chicago called for boycotting holiday shopping on Michigan Avenue Friday as part of an ongoing effort to protest the grand jury decision not to indict a white police officer who fatally shot a black teen in Ferguson, Mo. More than 50...
  • Tock ready to take restaurant ticketing national

    Tock ready to take restaurant ticketing national
    For years, Nick Kokonas was warned. No one would ever prepay for a ticket to eat at a restaurant. For years, Nick Kokonas was undaunted. He was collecting data, reams of it, showing prepaid tickets increased revenue and wiped out no-shows at Alinea,...
  • Holly, mistletoe, Christmas cactus and other holiday plants

    Holly, mistletoe, Christmas cactus and other holiday plants
    There are certain plants that are associated with the winter celebrations. Here are some and tips for caring for them: •Amaryllis: This huge tropical bulb was covered in detail a few weeks ago. Basically, plant and water, place in a warm, bright...
  • Crowds lighter than usual for Black Friday, as deals start earlier

    Crowds lighter than usual for Black Friday, as deals start earlier
    In many stores on Black Friday, shoppers moved at a leisurely pace through clear aisles and waited in relatively short lines in what may be the new normal of the holiday shopping season. Because the shopping mania began early — with consumers...
  • Animals

    AUDUBON SOCIETY'S CENTER FOR BIRDS OF PREY: conservation, education and raptor rehabilitation facility: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday (except holidays); 1101 Audubon Way, Maitland; $5 adults, $4 ages 3-12; 407-644-0190. BLACK HAMMOCK ADVENTURES:...
  • Upper Macungie Township to offer a home decorating education class in 2015

    Adult education classes will be offered to Upper Macungie Township residents, including a four-week course in home decorating. "Home Decorating Part I, Color, Styles & Pattern" will be held 6-8 p.m. on Thursdays, Feb. 5-March 5, 2015, at Independent...
  • Police: Bomb Threat Caller Says Son Was Dissatisfied With Food

    Police: Bomb Threat Caller Says Son Was Dissatisfied With Food
    ROCKY HILL — A woman called a Cromwell Avenue pizza restaurant on Friday to say her son, dissatisfied with the food there, had put a bomb in the restaurant, police said. West Side Pizza and surrounding businesses were evacuated briefly after the...