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  • DuSable Museum of African American History: Filling your mind, not your day

    DuSable Museum of African American History: Filling your mind, not your day
    Chicago's DuSable Museum is not, at this point in its relatively brief history, an all-day experience. You can take in the permanent and special exhibitions and walk the parkland grounds in a scant few hours. But in a city packed with museums that'll test...
  • McDonald's sees value in mobile pay options

    Aiming to ensure the fast stays in fast food, McDonald's last week became one of the biggest companies to sign on with Apple Pay, a new mobile payment system that, starting in October, could make buying a burger with cash or a credit card obsolete....
  • Varsity scores: Sept. 17

    Varsity scores: Sept. 17
    Volleyball Bishop Moore 3, Winter Springs 1 Buzz: Marlie Monserez had 23 assists for Bishop Moore (6-1) in a 25-10, 25-21, 25-27, 25-17 victory. Gray Malias had 21 kills and Shannon Crenshaw added 13. Payton Caffrey led the Bears (13-1) with 21 kills....
  • Epcot chefs set a global buffet of eclectic tastes

    Epcot chefs set a global buffet of eclectic tastes
    It's a recipe of epic proportions: 25 nations, 1.5 million tapas-size food samplings, 300,000 wine pours, 360,000 beer servings and 100,000 dessert portions. And that's just the basic fare at the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival at Walt Disney...
  • Feds hold Broward chess program in check

    Feds hold Broward chess program in check
    Chess is known to be a slow game. In Broward schools, it's slow to get started. A month after school started, about 34,000 students are still waiting for sets being shipped from China for the district's new chess curriculum. The ship transporting them...
  • Huntington studies alcohol, business regulations

    The Huntington Beach City Council received updates this week on key issues related to the downtown area to get a better sense of how to make it safer for residents and visitors. During a study session Monday, city staff presented a report on how...
  • Home-Garden new for 9/18: Newport News contractor wins award for patio design

    J.T. Hale of Newport News-based Atlantis Patios recently won the Hardscape Hero award for a patio he designed and built in Richmond. In a news release about the award, Sonja Bicanic, spokeswoman for Virginia Creative Group, described the patio. "His...
  • Swimming all in the family for Palm coaches

    Swimming all in the family for Palm coaches
    – When the Palm Beach County Central Conference Swimming and Diving Invitational takes place on Friday at the Lake Lytal Park Family Aquatic Center, one family will definitely have a vested interest in the results. Gordon Andrews coaches Park...
  • One for the Table: Beurre blanc, the perfect sauce

    Oneforthetable.com Butter and white wine ... already you know this is good! These are the key ingredients for beurre blanc (literally "white butter"), a traditional French sauce with simple ingredients. Quite elegant and versatile for many dishes, it'...
  • Supporters of preserving Wehr's Dam press South Whitehall commissioners

    Supporters of preserving Wehr's Dam press South Whitehall commissioners
    Supporters of preserving Wehr's Dam came out in force to Wednesday's South Whitehall Township Board of Commissioners meeting and pledged to continue to do so until officials take a stand on what to do with the iconic structure. About 30 folks donned...
  • Virginia Living Museum hosts native plant sale

    Virginia Living Museum hosts native plant sale
    The Virginia Living Museum in Newport News will host its annual fall native plant sale for two weekends, beginning Saturday, Sept. 20. “Native plants are good choices for area gardeners because such plants tolerate Tidewater's weather and serve as...