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Top Republican Paul Ryan splits with Trump over trade tariffs

‘We are extremely worried about the consequences of a trade war’ Trump: Canada and Mexico must redraft Nafta or face metals tariffs Republican leader Paul Ryan publicly split with Donald Trump on Monday over the president’s threat to impose tariffs on the US’s trading partners on steel and aluminium. Show More Summary

Another Restaurant Icon to Be Bulldozed for Apartments

72 year-old Market Bar-B-Que will move to Northeast Joining the ranks of Nye’s, Jeruselum’s, Tryge’s, Villiage Wok and possibly O’Gara’s, Market Bar-B-Que’s historic location will soon be rendered into rubble as a planned apartment building takes over the current Eat Street address. Show More Summary

The 14 Most Anticipated Restaurants in Philadelphia, Spring 2018

Plus a look ahead to summer and beyond The already-impressive restaurant scene in Philadelphia just keeps giving us more to look forward to. From Peruvian fare in Northern Liberties to Italian BYOBs in South Philly, plus a Japanese bar...Show More Summary

Goodbye, Tampons :: Hello, Diva Cup!

I never knew that one single female hygiene product could be so life changing. I bought a menstrual cup a year ago when I was trying to be more eco-friendly and reduce toxins in my body and household. I was skeptical and a little grossed out by it but figured I would give it a […]

Gin Swings Open in Fat City With DIY Korean Barbecue

It opened over the weekend Gin Korean BBQ, the new do-it-yourself barbecue restaurant in Metairie’s Fat City threw open its doors at 3012 N. Arnoult Road on Sunday. The new spot has grills at each table for DIY meat preparation, making it an engaging, sociable experience, co-owner Nga Vu told Todd Price in February. Show More Summary

Royal Mint Unveils New 10p Coin Collection That Celebrates Britishness

The Royal Mint has unveiled a new collection of 10p coins that will celebrate Britishness. There are 26 coins in all with each coin representing a letter of the alphabet and a particular aspect of British culture that’s worth celebrating. Show More Summary

Savoring the Innocence of Childhood

I hope to preserve this innocence of childhood as long as possible — and to keep remembering to share laughs with my kids through it all! The post Savoring the Innocence of Childhood appeared first on Boston Moms Blog.

Mexico drug gang suspect and wife shot dead at hospital near Cancún beaches

Alfonso Contreras Espinoza believed to be major figure in Gulf cartel Incident follows bombing of nearby ferry last month Four gunmen burst into a hospital in the Mexican resort of Cancún and shot to death a drug gang suspect and his...Show More Summary

This Is Why It's Called Eat Street

There's a stretch of Nicollet Avenue is packed with good reasons to visit Running from North to South from downtown Minneapolis to that weird Kmart complex that needs to get torn down already, aptly named Eat Street section of Nicollet...Show More Summary

‘Top Chef’’s Jennifer Carroll Is Back in Philly With The Finch

The new Rittenhouse eatery will be a Mediterranean bistro Top Chef competitor Jennifer Carroll is returning to her hometown of Philly to open The Finch along with Billy Riddle, her fiancé. Their new Rittenhouse restaurant will fill the vacant space at the Warwick Hotel that was formerly Tavern 17, at 220 S. Show More Summary

DeKalb Restaurants: Water Status

DeKalb Restaurants: Water Status These DeKalb restaurants are currently closed due to the significant water main break affecting the county. We'll keep updating this list as things change. #ATLclosed Closed due to boil water advisory: Willy's Mexicana Grill: Brookhaven, Decatur, Druid Hills and Northlake locations are closed Wednesday, March 7.

Letters from Britain: The Beast from the East – Snow in the UK – A View from Devon

Editor’s Note: Let’s give a warm Anglotopia to Peter. Peter is an Englishman living in the countryside who will write a regular column for Anglotopia twice a month about living in Britain. We planned to announce the new column next week...Show More Summary

Help Me, I’m Leaking :: In-Hospital Postpartum Tips for a Better Recovery

I sit here typing this, 38 weeks pregnant with my third child, munching on two servings of Trader Joe’s mini chicken tacos and doing some needed post-baby research. There are so many articles suggesting how to prepare for the arrival of your baby. Show More Summary

Mexico police charged with using death squad tactics on drug suspects

Veracruz police picked up youths and turned them over to specialized interrogation and torture squads, according to indictment Police in Mexico’s corruption-plagued state of Veracruz set up units that used death squad-style tactics to...Show More Summary

Longfellow’s Fresh Pasta Restaurant Will Open in April

Plus Victory’s ramen restaurant has a name The former home of Craftsman at 4300 East Lake Street is getting a makeover and will re-open as The Bungalow some time next month. Chef Andrew Kraft is partnering with his brother-in-law Jeremiah Dittmann and the former owner of Grand Cafe, Sam Rosen for a new pasta-centric restaurant. Show More Summary

The 10 Hottest Restaurants in Fort Lauderdale Right Now, Winter 2018

Because Fort Lauderdale has good eats, too. Fort Lauderdale has gotten a bad rap over the years for its food scene, but the tides are definitely turning. A new slew of restaurants have popped up over the past year that have helped put...Show More Summary

Report: Chef Chris Painter of Wm. Mulherin’s Suspended Over Sexual Harassment Allegations 

Four former employees came forward, according to Philly Mag Chef-partner Chris Painter of Fishtown hotspot Wm. Mulherin’s Sons has been suspended following sexual harassment allegations from multiple former employees, Philadelphia magazine reported on Thursday. Show More Summary

Appetizing Aperture: Southern Gentleman's Vidalia Onion Seafood Dip

Land at The Southern Gentleman on the way home and let the day roll off your shoulders over Vidalia onion seafood dip and a glass of bourbon from the gastropub’s extensive whiskey list. Dip house-made potato chips (read thick enoughShow More Summary

Through the Archives: Westminster Abbey in 1899 – Over 70 Beautiful Photographic Plates That You Probably Have Never Seen

Our new series ‘Through the Archives’ really struck a chord last week, so I’m really excited about continuing the concept going forward. I’ve already acquired some more books to scan. This week, however, I want to share a special treasure that I’ve had in my library for about a year now. Show More Summary

The Going-Out Guide :: Boston’s Best Events for Kids This March

If you are looking for Boston events to keep your family entertained this March, we’ve got you covered! The post The Going-Out Guide :: Boston’s Best Events for Kids This March appeared first on Boston Moms Blog.

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