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  • 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...
  • Review: Bethlehem restaurant Full of Crepe offers sweet, savory tastes

    Review: Bethlehem restaurant Full of Crepe offers sweet, savory tastes
    I'm not sure what I loved more about Bethlehem's Full of Crepe — its personality or its crepes. This little cafe-like restaurant opened near Lehigh University about two years ago. It took me two years too long to find it. On a recent Sunday...
  • At Scopa, Antonia Lofaso delivers zesty Italian American food

    At Scopa, Antonia Lofaso delivers zesty Italian American food
    It's pleasant, Saturday brunch at Scopa Italian Roots, a bit of calm compared with the roar of nearby Abbot Kinney Boulevard. The filtered sunlight in the double-height dining room feels like late afternoon, although it is just after noon. Big tables of...
  • Gertrude's announces Krautfest 2015

    Gertrude's announces Krautfest 2015
    Gertrude’s 13th annual Krautfest is coming in January. Tickets are on sale now for John Shields' two-day celebration of sauerkraut. The first Krautfest, in 2003, was a collaboration between Shields and Tomislav Niksic, who was Gertrude's chef at...
  • In midst of IRS battle, Villages refunds tax-free bonds with taxable ones

    First of two parts. Uncle! That's the sound of The Villages giving up a $426 million battle with the Internal Revenue Service that started six years ago when a sharp agent figured out how fiendishly the developer had perverted a Florida law to be able...
  • It's time for Light Up Clermont -- for three whole days

    It's time for Light Up Clermont -- for three whole days
    If it’s the holidays, that means a Clermont holiday tradition. Light Up Clermont, the city’s traditional three-day holiday festival, kicks off on Thursday and continues through Saturday, Dec. 6. There will be some new features this year in...
  • Black Friday shopping quieter as Thanksgiving deals reel in more shoppers

    Black Friday shopping quieter as Thanksgiving deals reel in more shoppers
    The early-morning bargain-hunting frenzy that once marked the start of holiday shopping on Black Friday has gone the way of the dinosaur. With many stores opening on Thanksgiving in an ever-intensifying retail arms race with each other and online...