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  • Finn McCool's coming to Jefferson Commons in Newport News

    Finn McCool's coming to Jefferson Commons in Newport News
    Finn McCool's Fish House & Tavern will be opening up in the space formerly occupied by Keagan's Irish Pub and Restaurant in Jefferson Commons. A voice recording at the restaurant says applications are now being taken, though a start date was not given....
  • McDonald's Asia exec gets 10.7% pay bump

    McDonald’s Corp. said on Wednesday that it gave a nearly 11 percent raise to David Hoffmann, the president of its division that includes Asia, the Middle East and Africa. The 10.7 percent salary increase comes as the company deals with the...
  • Moscow courts back closure of three McDonald's branches

    Moscow courts back closure of three McDonald's branches
    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian courts on Wednesday backed the temporary closure of three McDonald's restaurants in Moscow for breaches of sanitary rules, amid a standoff with the West over Ukraine, while the state food safety watchdog suspended work at a...
  • Two for tea in Wilton Manors

    Two for tea in Wilton Manors
    ★★★½ I've never been a fan of restaurants that specialize in serving hot tea to women who wear hats. I don't drink much tea, and scones are too often served with big helpings of pretense. But there's a big surprise in store for...
  • Review: Billy's Downtown Diner is back and better in Bethlehem

    While it's true that Bethlehem's Billy's Downtown Diner has undergone a major transformation, it's also true that it has stayed the same. Billy's — closed for nearly eight months for remodeling and kitchen repair as a result of structural damage...
  • Thursday: Eat. Drink. Do.

    Thursday: Eat. Drink. Do.
    EAT Meet The Market   Sportsman’s Club 948 N. Western Ave. 872-206-8054 Nomad Food Company’s mobile pizza oven parks in the bar’s adjacent lot to serve free vegetable pizzas—including fire-roasted tomato and ‘Green...
  • With Lady Luck no longer at its side, Revel casino details closure plan

    As hopes for a last-minute buyer dim, Atlantic City's Revel casino has laid out its closure plans — from disposing of opened bottles of alcohol to cashing unredeemed poker chips. The plans detailed in court documents mark the end of a $2.4 billion...
  • Easton's Clam Jam: Seafood, music and a Food Network star

    Clam Jam, a free seafood-themed street festival, takes over Ferry Street between Second and Third streets in downtown Easton noon-6 p.m. Sept. 14. The event, organized by 3rd & Ferry Fish Market owners Rebecca and Mike Pichetto, features live music, kid-...
  • Activist fight will complicate search for new Darden chief

    An activist investor's efforts to wrest control of embattled Darden Restaurants will make the search for a new CEO even more difficult, industry analysts say. Analysts and consultants following Darden's recent struggles say the company's Sept. 30 annual...
  • Varsity scores: Aug. 27

    Varsity scores: Aug. 27
    Girls volleyball   Timber Creek 3, Freedom 0 Buzz: Kara Peters had 7 kills and 20 assists and Kristen Johansson had 8 kills and 3 blocks for Timber Creek (2-0) in the 25-23, 25-18, 25-19 victory. Celeste Foster had 5 kills, 6 digs and 2 aces for...
  • Demolition sale is theater's final act before wrecking ball

    Demolition sale is theater's final act before wrecking ball
    With the Women's Library Club of Glencoe-Writers Theatre building slated for a Sept. 2 date with the wrecking ball, members are hosting a demolition sale on Friday and Saturday, offering bargain prices on club furnishings and architectural elements,...