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Linework: These Are Things That Are True

By Kevin Budnik. Edited by Ivan Brunetti and Aaron Renier. (Click on image to enlarge.)

Marco Canora’s Brodo, Opening Monday, Wants to Make Broth the New Juice

From left: Gingered grass-fed-beef broth, organic-chicken broth, and Hearth broth, made from two turkeys, 40 pounds of beef shin, and 15 stewing fowl. When most fine-dining chefs set out to choose the type of fast-casual spinoff which...Show More Summary

Bay Area Bike Share: Just Two Stars on Yelp? – How Much Do Tourists Pay for Their Leisurely Trips Out to Ocean Beach?

TweetThe thing about Bay Area Bike Share is that the bikes aren’t good and they cost a lot of money to rent. This is by design. (Part of it has to do with the govmint not wanting to get static from all those companies what rent normal bikes to tourists.) Now, are there any BABS stations […]

ATLwood: We're getting another film studio!

16 minutes agoUnited States / Atlanta : Fresh Loaf

Filming Updates: >> The Nice Guys, starring nice guys Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling, filmed in Castleberry Hill and near Decatur. Random Russell Crowe-in-sunglasses break!… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

This Strip Mall Café Dressed Up As a Pretentious Restaurant for Halloween

They broke out the tweezers and did their best Alinea impression last year, and today Real Kitchen is back with another Halloween spectacular. The home-cooking inspired establishment's parody of Grant Achatz's food was decidedly lighthearted,...Show More Summary

Football: JSerra clinches first Pac-5 Division playoff berth

The 2014 JSerra football team will be remembered for lots of firsts in school history.

The Ballot Box Is the Great Equalizer for Workers

American workers are facing significant challenges. Whether it's low pay, a system that favors corporations over citizens, a gender wage gap, the effects of unfair trade or a voting system that hampers the most disadvantaged among us, these problems are real. Show More Summary

Post-Electoral Legal Fight May Be On The Horizon

It’s crunch time for candidates, but the US Senate election here in the Peach State is getting attention from national media outlets. It’s a neck-and-neck race that could potentially break either way or be forced into a run-off that would take place in January 2015 (#moarcampaigncommercialsinyourstocking). Show More Summary

The Ballot Box Is the Great Equalizer for Workers

American workers are facing significant challenges. Whether it's low pay, a system that favors corporations over citizens, a gender wage gap, the effects of unfair trade or a voting system that hampers the most disadvantaged among us, these problems are real. Show More Summary

Mugshot Mania – The Halloween Edition…

Halloween used to be about kids dressing up and trick-or-treating, but over the years it’s become many an adult’s fantasy day. The ‘day of the dead’ is usually revered by those seeking the one day where they can get away with dressing up as any and every one… even if it’s not politically correct. Show More Summary

Video: Police Seek Persons Of Interest In Sexual Assault, Make Arrest In Sexual Abuse Case

Police are looking for eight persons of interest in a sexual assault that occurred in a home on Benning Road. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Field Of Gold Edition

In the news: Man with ax attacks D.C. police officer, marijuana initiative may mean higher turnout, and more. [ more › ]

10th Anniversary of UrbanReviewSTL.com!!

There are very few things I’ve done consistently for a full decade. Who knew when I started blogging on Halloween Day in 2004 I’d still be doing so a decade later? I would’ve laughed then if you’d said I’d be celebrating the 10th anniversary. I almost didn’t make it to...

The Ballot Box Is the Great Equalizer for Workers

American workers are facing significant challenges. Whether it's low pay, a system that favors corporations over citizens, a gender wage gap, the effects of unfair trade or a voting system that hampers the most disadvantaged among us, these problems are real. Show More Summary

Ex-Murrieta mayor charged with DUI in crash that injured cheerleaders

Prosecutors charged the former mayor of Murrieta with felony DUI on Thursday in connection with a crash that hurt four cheerleaders and prompted him to resign from office.

Halloween in NYC

As daylight broke over New York's Upper East Side Friday morning it revealed a most eerie sight. There they were, hanging on railings, peeking through windows, resting on stoops, and climbing facades. Ghosts, goblins, mummies and skeletons. Show More Summary

MM: Halloween Pics, Annexation Ruling, and a Brief History of the Halloween Pop-Up Store

Photos: More Halloween Houses! [Next Stop...Decatur] Ruling Suggests Annexation By Legislative Referendum Trumps Annexation by Petition [Decaturish] DeKalb Firefighters battle blaze at Old Atlanta Prison Farm [AJC] Atlanta counted among U.S. Show More Summary

NYPD Arrests Man For Allegedly Sexually Assaulting Columbia Grad Student

56 minutes agoUnited States / New York : Gothamist

Shortly after asking the public for help in identifying a man accused of following a Columbia graduate student into student housing and attacking her, police arrested the suspect. [ more › ]

The Quarantine of Nurse Kaci Hickox Epitomizes a Scientifically Ignorant and Paranoid Society Frightened of Ebola

There have been two contracted cases and one death from Ebola within the U.S., therefore it's a bit of a stretch to say we're facing an outbreak or epidemic. However, before discussing the injustices experienced by Kaci Hickox, a woman...Show More Summary

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