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Silver and Sons BBQ Opens Bethesda Jewish Mediterranean BBQ

Spicy ribs with pastrami, one of the many barbecue dishes with Jewish or Mediterranean influences at Silver and Sons BBQ. Not every pandemic-related project turns into a business, but former Birch & Barley chief Jarrad Silver is one of the lucky ones. What started as a makeshift barbecue operation in …

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Bagels go brick and mortar; new Square Pie store; etc -J.

Food coverage is supported by a generous donation from Susan and Moses Libitzky. In October 2020, we introduced three new bagels worth trying – all made by Jewish bakers or Jewish-owned outlets. We gave regular updates on Midnite Bagels. Now we have news of the other two, Schlock’s and Poppy …

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Should I use a personal loan to pay my tax bill?

Our goal at Credible Operations, Inc., NMLS Number 1681276, hereafter referred to as “Credible”, is to give you the tools and confidence you need to improve your finances. Although we promote the products of our partner lenders who pay us for our services, all opinions are our own. Taking out …

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3 Best Ecommerce Stocks to Buy Right Now

The pandemic has brought many changes, but the acceleration of e-commerce has been significant and should be sustainable. Studies suggest that many people who started shopping online out of necessity during the height of COVID-19 are likely to continue to do so. According to eMarketer, e-commerce sales will surpass $5.5 …

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Commercial real estate in review: the state of living, working and playing in the Triangle

This article was written for our sponsor, CBRE | Raleigh. The past year has once again been filled with surprises, challenges and unpredictability. After the complete shutdown in 2020 due to COVID-19, 2021 saw a cautious return to normal life. Then, as variants swept the country, people were once again …

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BOE sees rates rise in February after latest inflation data

BOE sees rates rise in February after UK inflation data 0822 GMT – Wednesday’s stronger-than-expected UK inflation data is likely to encourage the Bank of England to raise interest rates for a second consecutive meeting in February, but any further rate hikes will be gradual, according to ING. “With inflation …

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Already hit by the pandemic, restaurants fight against Omicron epidemics

In less than two days, the two restaurants closed their doors amid an outcry from staff. The employee, her manager and at least nine other workers have tested positive for COVID, according to estimates by several employees. Two complaints were lodged with the Occupational Health and Safety Administration. The outbreak …

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Frank Ocean launches new collections for the Blonded and Homer brands

Frank Ocean has released two new collections for his brands Homer and Blonded. Homer, his new independent luxury company, manufactures rings, earrings, necklaces, bracelets and scarves. While parts were only available for purchase in New York City Brick and Mortar, the brand is now celebrating the launch of its website, …

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Smorgasburg of LA and NYC fame opens in Miami in spring 2022

Eventually, most cool stuff happens in Miami, but not until you’ve first made it in New York and Los Angeles. This is the case with Smorgasburg, the famous outdoor food market that started in Williamsburg 10 years ago and has since spread to downtown LA, Jersey City and beyond. Next …

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Don’t ignore Macy’s CEO: physical retail is still important

Despite the big rallies last year, real estate investment trusts (REITs) in shopping malls have been suffering since around 2016 or so. It is important to understand the reasons why and even more important to grasp the vital nuances of the big picture. These two elements will help explain why …

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Latest news on Amazon’s grocery business and wider retail expansion

Amazon has huge plans to grow its fresh grocery business. This includes a larger network of physical stores and many new projects, such as a smart refrigerator. But Fresh employees say there is a “toxic” work culture, as well as an environment of “burnout”. Loading Something is loading. Amazon has …

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Alternative building materials | Roodepoort record

The ever increasing cost of building and maintaining a home has led many South Africans to seek alternatives to traditional building materials and methods. Bricks and mortar are excellent building materials that have stood the test of time. In addition, banks are intended to finance houses built from these traditional …

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Blank Street Specialty Coffee Company Raises $ 25 Million

Blank Street – a high-growth, small-format specialty coffee company – has announced a $ 25 million Series A funding round. These are the details. Blank Street – a high-growth, small-format specialty coffee company launched in Brooklyn, NY – has announced a $ 25 million Series A investment led by General …

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Fathers sue West Virginia officials over charter schools law

CHARLESTON, Va. (AP) – Two West Virginia fathers are suing state officials over a law that allows charter schools to open without local voter approval, the Charleston Gazette-Mail reported. The lawsuit filed last week in Kanawha County Circuit Court says the law is unconstitutional and calls on the judge to …

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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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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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Press clips: AB accused of misleading marketing for Cacti Seltzer; California Creates RTD Merchandising Parity

Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB) ‘s Cacti Agave Spiked Seltzer faces a proposed class action lawsuit that claims the brand misled consumers into believing Cacti contained agave spirits, rather than an agave sweetener. Illinois consumer Rebecca Read claimed in the lawsuit that she purchased cacti – priced at $ 20 for a …

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Third Man Records opens third retail store and site in London

One block from the hustle and bustle of Carnaby Street in London, a new yellow storefront serves as a portal to Jack White’s vintage Americana. The red tin ceiling, rows of vinyl records and 1950s recording booth evoke White’s home in Nashville. But it’s the glimpse of a classic British …

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Why aren’t San Diego street vendors regulated? – NBC 7 San Diego

It’s part of the iconic San Diego lifestyle – strolling around at sunset on a beach boardwalk. But today our sidewalks are very different from those of a few years ago. Pop-up tents and street vendors line the beach walls, and not everyone is happy to see them. In Mission …

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Houston-born Eaker Barbecue moves to Fredericksburg

Boo Eaker had never lived in a small town. Her husband, Lance, grew up in the small town of Uvalde, South Texas, but they met in San Antonio and eventually moved to Houston, got married, and started a family. I met Lance and Boo in 2018 when I wrote about …

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Bling Up Your Wallet With Brilliant Earth

Brilliant Earth Group, Inc. IPO kicks off Thursday (NASDAQ: BRLT) Socially Responsible, Digital-savvy Jeweler Increased Sales 56% in June Expects 25-30% customer driven long-term revenue growth, category expansion Already very profitable company with 14% Ebitda margin, aims for 15% -20% in the long term Basic strength in alliances and alliances, …

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Restaurant owner files legal action against Farmville over food truck order

GREENVILLE, NC (WITN) – Mark Shirley, the owner of the “Ole ‘Time Smokehouse” food truck, operates in Farmville. He expressed his displeasure with a new food truck ordinance at a Farmville city council meeting in April. Now he is taking legal action. Billy Strickland is his lawyer. “It was just …

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3 reasons why your small business should be online

The whole world has gone online during the pandemic. In fact, a new report from digital.com found that one in four small businesses still did not have a website or online presence. The digital survey was conducted in May 2021 and interviewed 1,250 small business owners with physical stores. As …

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What are the advantages and disadvantages of online learning?

University has often been a formative experience for young adults, the tertiary course being an opportunity to make friends and build a bridge between school and professional life. But can this experience be successfully transferred online? Read on to find out the pros and cons of studying online, and if …

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Shelby women give entrepreneurs a space to shine in a pop-up boutique

Shannon Gordon refuses to let life get the better of her. After losing her son, Reginald Reid, in a car crash in January, she says she needed to start socializing again and focus on one of her passions, boosting small businesses. Having previously been a consultant for Paparazzi Accessories, she …

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A record number of restaurants are opening in New York. Kind of.

The return of restaurants. The season of hedonism. New York summer. There is no shortage of names to describe what is happening on the streets of New York once laden with yurts, but Nicole Biscardi believes there might be room for another. “This is the start of the restaurant renaissance,” …

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Entrepreneurs of color are at the heart of our economic recovery from COVID-19

For centuries, small businesses owned by people of color have contributed to the fabric of innovation and economic growth in this country. Between 2007 and 2017, businesses owned by people of color grew 10 times faster than the overall growth rate of U.S. small businesses during the same period, and …

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