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Brighten up your dining experience at Strada in Cottonwood Old Town

Eric and Michelle Jurisin’s new Strada à Bocce lit up the end of the old town on Saturday night. VVN / Vyto Starinskas If you’re short on unique dining experiences to try in Cottonwood, you might want to head to the heart of Old Town to experience Eric and Michelle …

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A new way to party for the post-pandemic era

One stop shop for entertaining guests. Party by numbers As the world slowly begins to reopen, the forgotten art of party planning becomes relevant again. But maybe you are feeling a little rusty after all this free time. Fortunately, Party in numbers is here to help you come together gracefully …

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TX Woman’s Oklahoma past haunts her with 20-year VHS rental

Remember those Friday nights as you browse your favorite video rental store, you in the horror section, your mom in the drama section, then you meet online while begging your mom to let you rent “Sleepaway Camp 3” for the bajillionth time? Just me? I’m sure you remember those Friday …

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Businesses cry scandal over Toronto restaurant turned ghost kitchen

Relations have deteriorated between a trio of food companies and a restaurant on Toronto’s waterfront, where chefs have said they have been left embarrassed by the owner of Loch & Quay. Since January, three companies have taken to social media in a public spinoff with Loch & Quay owner Ryan …

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Summer date ideas in Ontario that take you to secret places

The sunniest season is on its way, which means that you will soon be able to enjoy sandy beaches, ice creams and wonderful hikes. If you are looking for summer date ideas in Ontario, then these secret places are worth keeping in mind for fun adventures with your favorite person. …

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What to do in Minneapolis: our guide to the culturally rich and always surprising metropolis of Minnesota

Here’s a list of things Minneapolis was known for before May 25, 2020: Prince, snow, fun accents, the Mall of America, more snow, missed playoffs, an epic State Fair and – that can’t be enough. pointed out – a lotta snow heckuva. But the night George Floyd died under Derek …

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Construction activity resumes in Owen Sound

Breadcrumb Links New Local News Author of the article: Denis langlois Work is well underway on Owen Sound Housing Company’s five-story, 60-unit apartment building project in Odawa Heights, in the city’s northeast quadrant. DENIS LANGLOIS Content of the article Construction activity in Owen Sound continues to surpass the record year …

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PC recording time | Public Notice n ° 10937

NOT APPROVED * TOWN OF WHEATLAND GOVERNING BODY PROCEDURAL REPORT A regular meeting of the Town of Wheatland, Platte County and State of Wyoming Council was held on Monday April 12, 2021 in accordance with the law. Mayor Graves called the meeting to order at 7 p.m. The following members …

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Receptions on wheels: Food Trucks are coming

From raw oysters and lobster rolls to alcohol-infused ice cream, food trucks offer modernized, pandemic-friendly wedding spreads. “The food truck is uniquely suited to handle the flow – and the food is just arriving,” said Matt Geller, managing director of Best Food Trucks, a Los Angeles-based company that runs food …

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Upcoming “Whitewater Rafting and Nature Lessons” on Prairie Sportsman

Download the photo of host Bret Amundson rafting the Kettle River with Tony Vavricka. GRANITE FALLS, Minn. – Whitewater rafting on the Kettle River, the Osprey Wilds Environmental Learning Center and critical habitat plaques will be featured on Prairie Sportsman. “Whitewater Rafting and Nature’s Lessons” will air on Pioneer PBS …

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