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  • New beer bars, drunk brunches and boozy writers

    Frank & Steins lives A big howdy this week to a new bar in an old location. If you've been to the original Frank & Steins in downtown Orlando, you know what to expect at the new Winter Park bar and eatery: Plenty of craft beer (60 on tap), the usual...
  • Rockville Drama Club to perform 'Seedfolk'

    Rockville Drama Club to perform 'Seedfolk'
    Rockville High School's Drama Club rarely does the type of show that is performed by typical high schools. This time around, the troupe is performing "Seedfolk," a play (and book) by Paul Fleischman, which adviser Gabbi Mendelsohn said is still a "work in...
  • Seasonal revamp at Max's

    Seasonal revamp at Max's
    Max's Grille 404 Plaza Real, Mizner Park, Boca Raton, 561-368-0080, MaxsGrille.com This 22-year-old venerable darling of Mizner Park has introduced its fall/winter menu after co-owner Patrick Broadhead's stimulating trip to Charleston, S.C., and...
  • UPDATE 2-U.S. introduces menu calorie labelling to fight obesity

    (Adds comment from the National Grocers Association) By Toni Clarke and Anjali Athavaley Nov 24 (Reuters) - The U.S. government will publish sweeping new rules on Tuesday requiring chain restaurants and large vending machine operators to disclose...
  • Saigon Today in Canton offers great flavors of Vietnam

    Saigon Today in Canton offers great flavors of Vietnam
    Saigon Today bills itself as "Asian fusion" but, as the name suggests, it's really a Vietnamese spot — and that's just fine. The restaurant, which opened last July in the former Yellow Dog Tavern space in Canton, is the latest in a string of...
  • Two female suicide bombers kill more than 40 at Nigerian market

    Two female suicide bombers kill more than 40 at Nigerian market
    Two teenage girls wearing suicide belts blew themselves up in a market in northern Nigeria on Tuesday, killing more than 40 people, authorities said. It was the latest in a string of horrific attacks in Nigeria for which Islamist militants are blamed....
  • Secrets galore in 'Imitation Game'

    World War II, for those a little rusty on their history, wasn't won by Brad Pitt or General Patton or Captain America. It was won by a bunch of nerds led by a socially inept, puzzle-obsessed mathematical genius who also happened to be homosexual at a time...
  • Storm Cancels Community Dinner, But Not Students' Giving Spirit

     Storm Cancels Community Dinner, But Not Students' Giving Spirit
    EAST HARTFORD — East Hartford High School senior Alexis Strong spent more than a month organizing a dinner for the community, seeking donations of food and arranging transportation and food preparation. When the event, scheduled to take place...
  • Q&A: Brewmaster on Heavy Seas' first new year-round beer since 2003, CrossBones

    Q&A: Brewmaster on Heavy Seas' first new year-round beer since 2003, CrossBones
    Baltimore’s Heavy Seas Beer had not introduced a new, year-round-brewed beer since 2003’s Loose Cannon, but that drought ended this week, when the brewery introduced a session IPA called CrossBones. It is scheduled to hit Baltimore shelves...
  • Party of 15 rings up, skips out on $300 check at Tamarac restaurant

    Party of 15 rings up, skips out on $300 check at Tamarac restaurant
    A group of 15 diners dashed out of a Tamarac restaurant after consuming $300 worth of food and drinks, the Broward Sheriff's Office said. The theft occurred at Cheddar's Casual Café at 7951 W. Commercial Boulevard about 11 p.m. on Oct. 10, authorities...
  • Community invited to purchase lights for a loved one on Suburban North YMCA's Tree of Lights

    Community invited to purchase lights for a loved one on Suburban North YMCA's Tree of Lights
    Suburban North YMCA will be erecting its Tree of Lights this December and area residents are encouraged to contribute to the cause. The public may purchase a light in honor of a lost loved one, living friend or community organization, according to the...