If you dare to go out in public and watch the showdown, head to these spots It's hours away: The first general election presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will take place at 7 p.m. MST today, Monday September 26. Show More Summary
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BIDs live up to their name As someone who works daily with our city’s business improvement districts, I was quite surprised to read such an uncharacteristically sharp critique of their role in... To view the full story, click the title link.
Pocahontas Island is a peninsula located within the city limits of Petersburg, Va., and IT is said to be one of the oldest black communities in the U.S. Richard Stewart, the unofficial mayor of the town, has dedicated his life and earnings to preserve what he calls a "very sacred place."
Richard Stewart has transformed one of country’s oldest African American communities into a homespun historical park
Share the injera Popular Pflugerville Ethiopian restaurant Taste of Ethiopia is giving South Austin a chance to try its cuisine by officially opening its second location. Found on 3801 South Congress Avenue, the restaurant is run byShow More Summary
"Bao deserves a space in the American culinary landscape," says the owner of a new food truck. [ more › ]
Updates on Mexican restaurants in and around Boston. Anna’s Taqueria has a new location slated to open in the heart of Back Bay. The local chain recently celebrated 20 years in business and will add a restaurant in the Prudential Center...Show More Summary
Updates on French restaurants in and around Boston. A Kenmore Square restaurant known for serving Parisian fare has closed its doors after only a year in business. Josephine shut down at 468 Commonwealth Ave., according to Boston Restaurant...Show More Summary
A lot of non-local brands are expanding into the Boston area this year. We'll be tracking them right here, along with other pertinent chain-related news. Four Burgers, a fast-casual burger restaurant that opened eight years ago in Central Square, is now closed, reports Boston Restaurant Talk. Show More Summary
Opening September 29 at The Viridian on Boylston St. A growing California-based pizza chain whose investors include basketball star LeBron James and Boston Red Sox co-owner Tom Werner is opening its second Massachusetts location this Thursday. Show More Summary
All the new and coming soon restuarants in the Twin Cities. A new chapter has begun at 128 Cleveland Avenue in St. Paul’s Merriam Park. Stewart’s softly opened over the weekend with a limited food menu, but a full bar. Starting tomorrow, the restaurant that was once the 128 Cafe will be open for real. Show More Summary
by Charles Mudede "In Washington state, more people are killed by firearms than by car crashes, according to the governor's office." AEDKA STUDIO/SHUTTERSTOCK.COM This weekend, there two rallies in response to the mass shooting in Burlington, Washington. Show More Summary
The Northwest Tea Festival, Macefield Music Festival, Debate Watching Parties, And More Critics' Picks For September 26-October 2 by Stranger Things To Do Staff Our music critics have already chosen the 32 best concerts in Seattle this week, but now it's our arts critics' turn to pick their favorite events. Show More Summary
Sunday's 33rd annual Folsom Street Fair was at least 300,000 people strong according to organizers, and locals and fetish tourists alike flocked to SoMa to take in the sunny spectacle and brave sometimes slow-moving crowds. [ more ›...
The chase came to an end in San Bernardino in a dramatic standoff on an overpass. [ more › ]
Whether you're avoiding the political debates or Monday Night Football, these bars can be invaluable.
Nassau County Police escorted Green Party Presidential Candidate Jill Stein off of Hofstra's campus in Hempstead, New York around 2:30 this afternoon, according to media reports and the candidate's twitter. A Nassau County police spokesperson...Show More Summary
While he can't figure out whether to sign the law that would ban advertising apartments on Airbnb, Governor Andrew Cuomo has managed to put his John Hancock on legislation that allows New Yorkers to be buried with their beloved pets at non-profit cemeteries. [ more › ]