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  • Restaurateur Stephane Bombet looks for success in the details

    Stephane Bombet is the restaurateur behind some of L.A.'s busiest eateries, such as small-plates haven Faith & Flower downtown and the new foie-gras-heavy California brasserie Terrine on Beverly Boulevard. The French transplant has had a string of...
  • Beers from acclaimed Michigan brewery Bell's finally available in L.A.

    Beers from acclaimed Michigan brewery Bell's finally available in L.A.
    Know any beer fans from Kalamazoo? This news is going to make their day: Bell’s Brewery is coming to Los Angeles. Last year, the Michigan brewery opened distribution to California for the first time, but only in San Diego. Now favorite brews like...
  • Winnetka church offers commuters 'Ashes to Go'

    Winnetka church offers commuters 'Ashes to Go'
    Braving the cold Ash Wednesday morning, pastors from the Winnetka Presbyterian Church brought church services directly to its community members on Feb. 18. Beginning at 6:15 a.m., the Rev. David Lower and Associate Pastor Adam Walker Cleaveland began...
  • Lehigh Valley events: Save the dates for these galas, benefits

    Lehigh Valley events: Save the dates for these galas, benefits
    ALLENTOWN SYMPHONY BALL: The Allentown Symphony Association will hold is 65th annual Symphony Ball, "Cirque du Soiree," Feb. 7 at Lehigh Country Club. The black-tie evening begins with cocktails at 6 p.m. and dinner and music at 7:30. Back2Life plays...
  • New jeweler comes to St. Charles

    New jeweler comes to St. Charles
    Billy Metzer is a second generation jeweler. Although he grew up in his parent's Diamond-Mart jewelry stores, Metzer decided to try another career path and studied business in college. After working in loan sales, Metzer felt the calling to return to...
  • Rudy's Diner opens in Bethlehem's former Star City Restaurant

    Rudy's Diner opens in Bethlehem's former Star City Restaurant
    It's a family affair at the new Rudy's Diner Bar & Grill in Bethlehem, which is serving everything from shrimp quesadillas and grilled chicken ciabatta sandwiches to broiled pork chops and lobster ravioli vodka. The 150-seat restaurant, owned by husband...
  • St. Charles gets tough on problem drinkers

    St. Charles gets tough on problem drinkers
    St. Charles wants bar patrons to know that it's no small offense to urinate in public, fight in the streets or be disorderly while drunk. That was the point Police Chief James Keegan made in presenting an overview of an updated liquor code to a St....
  • Woman shot outside gentleman's club in Wilson

    Woman shot outside gentleman's club in Wilson
    A woman was shot in the foot early Saturday at Spanky's East Gentleman's Club in Wilson, borough police said. The 23-year-old woman told police she was getting out of her car in the club's parking lot when she was struck. Police did not release the...
  • LCB bans gifts from licensees

    The Liquor Control Board last week became the latest state agency to accept Gov. Tom Wolf's "No, thank you" gift ban, a move that observers say has symbolic and real value for an agency hammered for its employees accepting gifts. The LCB voted Thursday...
  • Live Baltimore promotes Hamilton Hills, offers lottery for $5,000 homebuyer's incentive

    Live Baltimore promotes Hamilton Hills, offers lottery for $5,000 homebuyer's incentive
    Each September, more than two dozen children race decorated box cars past businesses and cheering neighbors down Harford Road in Hamilton Hills. In the spring, the Hamilton Gallery hosts a student arts show. Neighborhood association activists pitch...
  • A two-wheel tour down Table Mountain and into Cape Town history

    A two-wheel tour down Table Mountain and into Cape Town history
    "It's not really technical?" Liz asked Axel Zander, our cycling guide, as he shuttled the four of us to our drop-off point a third of the way up Table Mountain. "There's some rocky sections, but I'll warn you," said Zander, the founder of Downhill...