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City Council Temporarily Bans Platforms Allowing Landlords to Auction Apartments

1 hour agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

One year. by Steven Hsieh Disrupt something else, please. Rentberry Two recent startups allow landlords to post rental units online and invite tenants to place bids based on how much they'd be willing to pay in rent. The websites also display credit scores and other information from renters. Show More Summary

This Is the Future Tech Execs Want?

2 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

"Innovation." by Rich Smith Look at this shit: Taking my new dog for a walk at the #MARS2018 conference. #BostonDynamics— Jeff Bezos (@JeffBezos) March 19, 2018 Allow me to remind you what these monsters are capable of: Boston Dynamics robot dog opens door for another robot. Show More Summary

Convenience Will Cost You! :: A Price Comparison of Costco Grocery Delivery

Anyone who knows me, knows I love all things Costco. When we became a family of 5 three years ago, we started doing our weekly grocery shopping exclusively shopping at Costco. Most weeks you will find me at the big rolling doors promptly when they open at 9:30 on Saturday (usually with three kids in tow). And […]

Everything to Know for Hogs for the Cause 2018

Hogs is best enjoyed with a master plan Now in its tenth year, Hogs For The Cause is back this Friday and Saturday, March 23 and 24, at the East Campus of the University of New Orleans Lakefront Arena Grounds with an incredible line up of music, drinks, barbecue, and now bacon from 85 teams across America. Show More Summary

Area near Mount Vernon estate in Va. headed for overhaul, with 13,000 homes, parks and hotels

Fairfax County board approves plan to remake a portion of Richmond Highway long known for run-down motels, shopping plazas and traffic congestion

Student loan servicing group sues D.C. over licensing and disclosure law

The Student Loan Servicing Alliance, a trade group representing the companies who collect education debt payments, filed a lawsuit against the District over its requirement that servicers disclose information about their activities and obtain a license to operate within its boarders.

6 Essential Ethiopian Eateries in the Twin Cities

Find loads of cozy stews, an array of soft spices and plenty of vegetarian options The Twin Cities’ vibrant East African restaurant scene offers a wealth of flavors for food lovers to discover. Local restaurants reflect the region’s renowned hospitality. Show More Summary

Metro rail and bus service changes planned for Wednesday due to storm

Metrobus will operate limited service Wednesday and the rail system will start the day on a modified schedule, the transit agency said.

Spring snowstorm begins to snarl air travel in the Northeast

Airlines have started canceling flights as another storm hits the Mid-Atlantic region with rain, sleet and snow.

Much-Anticipated Smoked Meats Destination Feges BBQ Arrives This Week

Get ready for boudin, brisket, sausage, and more After a long wait, Houstonians will finally be able to get their hands on the smoked meats at Feges BBQ, Greenway Plaza’s new destination for brisket, sausage, and so much more. A tipster...Show More Summary

Bellagio Flips Its Cafe into a Jewish Deli in December

New York City’s Sadelle’s takes over Cafe Bellagio If Primrose at the Monte Carlo, soon to be the Park MGM, unveiled a new era of the three-meal restaurant in Las Vegas, then Sadelle’s might just blow that idea out of the water. By December,...Show More Summary

Come to Bad Daddy Burger Bar for the burgers, stay for loaded nachos and huge salads

In Chamblee, Bad Daddy Burger Bar has juicy burgers and satisfying, queso-slatered nachos. But its biggest draw is its utility. It the kind of place that you can take anyone you need to entertain: your kid, a date, a colleague, even your dog.

Chinatown’s Tang Tang Tang to the Southwest

More authentic Korean soup, soup, soup is on the way Almost a year since Tang Tang Tang replaced Kushiyaki Inyo on Spring Mountain Road, the Korean soup specialists are expanding to the southwest. The second location will take over 1,760...Show More Summary

Eat Pizza Croissants at Maine’s Newest Bakery Pop-Up, Courtesy of the Eventide Team

And other regional food and beverage updates from New England, beyond the borders of Massachusetts Broadening the scope a bit, here’s the latest restaurant news from beyond Massachusetts; we’re keeping an eye out for dining developments throughout the rest of New England. Show More Summary

The Countdown to a Zippy’s in Las Vegas Begins

A Hawaii legend for more than 50 years brings chili and Zip Pacs Hawaii’s first home-born casual chain is bringing its 25th location to Las Vegas, but has yet to find a precise home in the region. The Hawaiian institution since Oct. 17, 1966, serves comfort foods in a local style with an emphasis on welcoming families. Show More Summary

'Catastrophe' as France's bird population collapses due to pesticides

Dozens of species have seen their numbers decline, in some cases by two-thirds, because insects they feed on have disappeared Bird populations across the French countryside have fallen by a third over the last decade and a half, researchers...Show More Summary

Nevada marijuana tax revenue $5.54 million in January

The state collected $5.54 million in taxes in January from legal marijuana, continuing to outpace projections, according to the Nevada Department of Taxation. That’s near a record.

A Shuttered Mission Hill Pizzeria Is Back in the Neighborhood

Il Mondo has taken over the former Grub space Il Mondo Pizzeria returned to the Brigham Circle section of Mission Hill yesterday, reported Boston Restaurant Talk, opening in the space once occupied by a poutine shop called Grub (738 Huntington Ave.), which closed last October after a brief run. Show More Summary

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