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Take A Look At The $5 Locol Burger, From Roy Choi And Daniel Patterson, Now On Sale In Oakland

The fast-food venture from chef-restaurateurs Daniel Patterson and Roy Choi is aiming to put locations in isolated, inner-city neighborhoods and give them a cheap and healthy food option. [ more › ]

Men linked to Sinaloa cartel arrested at Hooters over 53 pounds of meth

Five men associated with the Sinaloa drug cartel were arrested on suspicion of trying to sell 53 pounds of methamphetamine in a Hooters parking lot in Ontario this week, authorities said Friday. The men, who were arrested Thursday by the Department of Justice’s Bureau of Investigation’s Inland...

The bad timing of the alleged federal probe into Terry McAuliffe

If this affair shows that Virginia has lax ethics laws, then, finally, fix the ethics laws.

Photos: Sqirl Teams With Salt & Straw For 'Fermentation'-Themed Ice Cream Flavors

49 minutes agoUnited States / Los Angeles : LAist

The fermentation flavors include dill pickle sorbet, sourdough ice cream with ribbons of chocolate and strawberry jam, and of course the Sqirl collab, which pairs avocado cardamom ice cream with a house-made fermented carrot custard. [ more › ]

5 things to expect at Sephora’s new Ponce City Market store

Ponce City Market gets a little bit prettier today with the opening of Sephora. Five things to expect, including exclusive debuts, the Sephora Beauty Studio, high-tech beauty, and more.

10 things to do on Memorial Day weekend in Atlanta

Enjoy the long weekend with fireworks, cosplay, and arts festivals.

Extra, Extra: Celery Nose Flute? Just Say No

52 minutes agoUnited States / New York : Gothamist

Panhandle with kids is a crime, actor TJ Miller is wonderful, hamsters running in slo-mo, Rich People being rich, LI nurse arrested and more days end links. Don't forget to follow Gothamist on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Snapchat, and like us on Facebook. You can also get the top stories mailed to you—sign up here. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: 1208 U Street

End-of-the-day news: &pizza opens in Baltimore, and more. [ more › ]

20th Street Elementary parents protest potential change in school management

Not every parent at 20th Street Elementary School wants new leadership for their kids' school.  About 30 mothers gathered in front of the Los Angeles campus Friday morning with signs in English and Spanish, protesting a potential agreement that would give some control of school operations to the...

A Memorial Day reminder

Fifty years ago, the Vietnam War raged both in Vietnam and here at home. As a military brat just beginning to sense the passions sweeping through…

Downed wires halt train traffic in and out of Union Station

The wires that supply electricity to the trains are down north of D.C., an alert said.

SL Letter of the Day: Foot Imprints

1 hour agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Dan Savage Originally posted on October 8, 2014. I'm 25, I'm virgin, and I find it quite difficult to relate with girls. My main problem is I can't accept my sexuality. I'm into fetish SM. But it seems like there are two parts of me. Show More Summary

Video: Skeet Ulrich Stars In Horror Movie About A Cursed L.A. Escape Room

How many times do I have to tell you? Never buy a mysterious puzzle box. [ more › ]

Overheard in D.C.: Growing Up

As you get older, it seems like you get more responsibilities, more things to do, and less fun. But then again, you can make your own rules. [ more › ]

Step Inside The 'Full House' House, Which Looks Way Different Than On TV And Is Selling For $4.1 Million

There just aren't that many bedrooms. How does the house on the show have so many bedrooms?! [ more › ]

Person Shot On Racine Near Wilson

Readers report that 10-15 shots were fired in front of 4621 North Racine (St. Martha Manor) around 2:15pm and someone was hit. No details yet. An ambulance is on the scene. Ald. Cappleman tweeted, "At scene after man shot on 4600 block of N. Show More Summary

Jerrold Nadler calls for Trump to return money earmarked for small businesses hurt by 9/11 attacks

A Democratic New York congressman says Donald Trump is "a small man" for accepting $150,000 from a federal fund for small businesses hurt by the Sept. 11 attacks. Congressman Jerrold Nadler says... To view the full story, click the title link.

Swedish Metal Festival 'Scorched Tundra' Coming To Chicago This Fall

So what exactly brings a Swedish metal festival to Chicago? [ more › ]

Illinois Has The Highest Unemployment Rate In The Country

Unemployment is at 6.6 percent right now, and Illinois' state budget crisis isn't helping. [ more › ]

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