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  • Strong bass catches at Lake Okeechobee

    Strong bass catches at Lake Okeechobee
    Tournament anglers at Lake Okeechobee had some nice bass catches over the weekend. Randy Norton and Joe Moran caught 19.07 pounds Sunday to win the Bass-N-Fools club tournament on the Big O out of Belle Glade. Tom Trapani and Brandon Rose were...
  • A fish story with a happy ending

    A fish story with a happy ending
    The best thing to do if you catch a tagged fish is to let the fish go. But if the fish isn't going to survive, then do what a Cuban fisherman did and return the tag. To Dr. Mahmood Shivji, the director of Nova Southeastern University's Guy Harvey...
  • Meatless dishes get star treatment at Clarksville's Great Sage

    In the food world, the battle between serious carnivores and vegetarians is a famous one, with meat-eaters often claiming that without meat, food simply can’t be that tasty. Clarksville restaurant Great Sage, which this year celebrates a decade of...
  • Recipe finder | Baked grits

    Cara Kohler of Baltimore wanted the recipe for the delicious cheesy baked grits casserole served at a cookout over the summer. She said she had never enjoyed grits as much as she did these, and they seemed to be a hit with everyone at the party. Tracy...
  • U.S. restaurant patrons support minimum wage hike: survey

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - While the U.S. restaurant industry fights national and state efforts to increase the minimum wage, a new survey released on Tuesday showed that 83 percent of restaurant patrons support raising it and adjusting it annually for...
  • Performance Workshop Theatre revives Gardner McKay's 'Sea Marks'

    Performance Workshop Theatre revives Gardner McKay's 'Sea Marks'
    Think back, way back, to a time when you wanted to communicate with someone you would like to get to know better. You look up his or her address in a thick book of thin, white pages (delivered once a year to your doorstep by the sole phone company)....
  • Versailles revela rica historia en nuevo libro

    Versailles revela rica historia en nuevo libro
    Las sillas de tapiz verde y los candelabros brillantes atraen a los turistas hambrientos que llegan de todas partes. Y la ventana que atiende a los clientes en el andén sirve sándwiches cubanos, acompañados de una porción de noticias y chismes políticos....
  • Tiger Woods to open restaurant in Jupiter

    Tiger Woods to open restaurant in Jupiter
    Tiger Woods plans to open the Woods Jupiter: Sports and Dining Club in the first few months of 2015. The club will be at Harbourside Place, a new downtown development slated to open Oct. 15. It will include a hotel, restaurants, retail, office space,...
  • Daniel demoted, others promoted as Michelin surveys NYC

    Daniel, long one of the mainstays of Manhattan’s fine-dining scene, was demoted from three stars to two in the newest edition of Michelin’s New York dining guide, which goes on sale Wednesday. At the same time, three restaurants were...
  • The Melting Pot closing in Fort Lauderdale

    The Melting Pot closing in Fort Lauderdale
    Sunday will be the last day The Melting Pot will be open for business in Fort Lauderdale. The Tampa-based restaurant chain said Tuesday that the franchisee who runs the 1135 N. Federal Hwy. eatery is closing it indefinitely for financial reasons. More...
  • The organic trend hits Howard County hair salons

    From fruits and vegetables to meat and cheese, organic foods are in high demand. But what about organic highlights? The trend has hit Howard County, with some local salons either switching their product lines or opening up to cater to the organic-minded...