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  • Florida Lottery may go online

    Florida Lottery may go online
    Playing the lottery in Florida could get a lot easier. A bill filed by state Sen. Gwen Margolis, D-Coconut Grove, would allow the Florida Lottery to become the eighth state to sell lottery tickets online. Currently, players can only purchase tickets...
  • Holiday shopping begins at Lehigh Valley Mall

    Holiday shopping begins at Lehigh Valley Mall
    Get your game on, shoppers, bargains await at retail outlets across the Lehigh Valley. Thanksgiving marked the official start of the holiday shopping season, as bargain-hunters lined up for deep discounts at major store chains and malls. The Lehigh...
  • Food is no ball at Bocce

    Food is no ball at Bocce
    ★★ By all rights, Bocce ought to be an exceptional restaurant. It's owned by Samba Brands Management, which brought the lively Sushisamba to Miami Beach and Coral Gables and the incredible Sugarcane to Miami. But something happened on...
  • Retail Notebook: Tijuana Flats opens in Boynton Beach

    Tex-Mex restaurant chain Tijuana Flats has opened a restaurant in Boynton Beach. The restaurant is at 390 N. Congress Ave. and is now the second in Boynton Beach and ninth Tijuana Flats in Palm Beach County. Tijuana Flats' menu includes burritos,...
  • Weather warms as holiday shopping fires up

    Weather warms as holiday shopping fires up
    Milder air moved into the Chicago area as holiday shopping heated up on Black Friday. Thursday was one of the coldest Thanksgiving Days on record, but after a burst of flurries early Friday morning, temperatures were expected to rise into the mid-30s for...
  • Openings: Plantbar opens today in Belvedere Square Market

    Openings: Plantbar opens today in Belvedere Square Market
    If you're feeling the need to detox a little, you can check out today's grand opening of Plantbar, a new juice and smoothie bar in The Belvedere Square Market from Daniela Troia, the executive chef and owner of Zia's Cafe in Towson. Click on the photo...
  • Thanksgiving served to more than 1,000 in Palm Beach, Broward counties

    Thanksgiving served to more than 1,000 in Palm Beach, Broward counties
    Armies of volunteers mobilized in South Florida Thursday to make sure as many as possible had a reason to give thanks in memorable style. At the Salvation Army of Broward County, 500 were treated to a dinner with all the fixings from the Cheesecake...
  • Three charged with using funny money to play at Poconos-area casinos

    Three charged with using funny money to play at Poconos-area casinos
    Three Monroe County men were indicted this week with attempting to pass $8,700 worth of counterfeit money at two casinos in June, the U.S. Attorney's office announced Friday. A grand jury returned an indictment Tuesday, charging Jason Mitchell, 29,...
  • What happens in the jungle stays in the jungle

    What happens in the jungle stays in the jungle
    Palm Beach can be a jungle sometimes, especially when it attracts more than 600 young socialites to the season's most talked about event. Marking the eighth anniversary, this year's “Red Cross Beach Bash” takes on a What Happens in the...
  • Dining and coffee break ideas for Southern California holiday shoppers

    Dining and coffee break ideas for Southern California holiday shoppers
    Holiday shopping is not for wimps. Given that it's among the most strenuous and exacting activities on the planet, you, the one staring with glazed eyes at a very long list, will need sustenance. Sometimes a quick bite is all that's needed. Other times...
  • Last Town's Booze Ban Abolished

    Last Town's Booze Ban Abolished
    After the country's great failed experiment with the prohibition of alcohol, from 1920 to 1933, some communities and counties across the country chose to remain "dry" and not allow liquor sales. Today an estimated 500 communities in the U.S. remain dry...