Monthly Archives: September 2021

Famous Downtown Denver Brass Tacks Bar to Close on Blake Street Permanently

2019 looked promising for Denver restaurateurs Stephen Julia, Katsumi Yuso Ruiz, Stuart Jensen and Zach Spott at their Brass Tacks bar in Lower Downtown. Prior to opening Brass, the team had tested their bar and restaurant chops in two operations inside Denver’s Central Market in the River North Art District. …

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What if…? Episode 8 provides a glimpse into the Multiverse of Madness

Stephen Strange has become an increasingly popular Marvel hero in recent years. This is partly due to the portrayal of the wizard by Benedict Cumberbatch, but also thanks to the stunning graphics. Doctor strange provided. The Wizard’s fight sequences are unlike any other in the MCU due to the skills …

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Newsom signs Bill Paving Way to return foreclosed Bruce Beach to black family – CBS Los Angeles

MANHATTAN BEACH (CBSLA) –California Gov. Gavin Newsom is expected to sign a bill on Thursday that will pave the way for the return of a Manhattan Beach oceanfront property that was wrongly seized from a black family over 90 years ago. FILE – A pedestrian walks past a marker that …

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EDITORIAL: KMT reform hits brick wall

In 2014, then-president Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) tried to get the legislature to adopt a trade pact with China. At the time, many Taiwanese feared that, if ratified, the pact would have the effect of irrevocably tying the economy of Taiwan to that of China, allowing an annexation of a thousand …

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Is Square a buy? | The motley madman

The past five years have been very rewarding for technology investors. Heavy technology Nasdaq Composite (NASDAQINDEX: ^ IXIC), for example, has gained 180% since September 2016. It’s head and shoulders above the S&P 500 (SNPINDEX: ^ GSPC), which increased by 105% over the same period. But if you think the …

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Bellport defeats Newfield in first win of the season

Jacob Repper The Modern Bellport High School was built in Brookhaven, NY, following the Bellport High School fire in 1963, which was originally located in what is now the college. Bellport High School has thick old-fashioned red bricks that cement the whole building. No steel, metal or copper, just straight …

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portion of Gordon Drive to be paved; expected delays – Okanagan

One of Kelowna’s busiest streets will be paved next week. The paving will last two days: October 5 and 6, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., weather permitting. Paving will take place between Ladner and Cook roads, and traffic delays are expected. According to the City of Kelowna, two-way traffic …

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Eminem’s First Restaurant Serves ‘Mommy’s Spaghetti’ With Vegan Meatballs

On September 29, legendary rapper Eminem will open his first restaurant in Detroit, and vegan meatballs are on the menu. Mom’s Spaghetti – named after the popular lyrics of its song “Lose Yourself” – serves an organized menu of spaghetti and meatballs as a plate or sandwich. The song was …

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Mother-son team is the latest to try to save one of the Berkshires’ historic general stores | South Berkshire

NEW MARLBOROUGH – They have grown too big for their small farm stand, so farmers Peter Chapin and his mother, Jan Johnson, have modernized. They bought the historic Mill River general store. Yes, this general store. The one built and opened in 1840. The one that Dave Herrick ran for …

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Governor Hochul Announces Completion of $ 6.9 Million Rehabilitation Project on NY Highway 5 in Erie County

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the completion of a $ 6.9 million preventative maintenance project on State Route 5 from Big Tree Road to Kane Street in the City of Hamburg and the City of Lackawanna in Erie County. The project improved mobility and road safety on this vital corridor …

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