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The city of Baltimore is set to approve a $200,000 settlement with the family of a 14-year-old Randallstown girl who was electrocuted in 2006 while stretching during a church softball game in Druid Hill Park, ending a years-long legal battle. But for...
"John Dies at the End" dies closer to the beginning, before writer-director Don Coscarelli's adaptation of the book of the same name has reached minute 20. Some films have just one thing on their cine-minds: to become the next midnight-movie cult item,...
Los Angeles TimesWhen you tell somebody about a Hunan restaurant, always begin with the steamed fish head. The fish head will be large, probably from an enormous carp or similar freshwater species, thus comical, and it will be frosted with the chopped blend of dried,...
Tags: Garlic, Lifestyle and Leisure, Restaurants, Wen Jiabao, China
Another longtime European hotel group is making fresh inroads into Asia. Kempinski Hotels, one of Europe's oldest luxury hotel groups, is adding to its portfolio of 75 properties by opening three hotels in China and another in India. "We are opening...
When Ho Sum Bistro first opened in 1987, there was virtually no other Asian fusion restaurant in the area and the notion of healthy Asian cuisine didn't exist. "Califoriental" was the way they described their concept, and we both went back many times...
Tags: Pasta, Lettuce, Shrimp, Salads, Lifestyle and Leisure
Last month, the three owners of Eating House and four of their employees pledged their loyalty to the restaurant by having its logo tattooed on their bodies. Forget regretting it down the road. Right now, the crew is celebrating a semi-finalist...
Staff writerThree very different food festivals are set for the next few months. Boca Bacchanal, March 22-24, BocaBacchanal.com In it’s first ten years, Boca Bacchanal has raised more than $2.5 million for the Raton Historical Society & Museum. Featured...
Tickets are on sale for Hartford's Taste of the Nation event, taking place April 11 at Marquee Events and Catering. More than 40 local restaurants and food vendors join wine, beer and spirits sponsors at the annual fundraiser for Share Our Strength, a...
Overall impression: There's nothing more disheartening than an empty restaurant at 8:30 on a Saturday night. But there we were at Fusionarie Japanese Signature, the oddly named (mostly Japanese) restaurant at Royal Palm Place. The menu isn't so much...
Tags: Japan, Cheese, Shrimp, Lifestyle and Leisure, Restaurants
WDBJ7 ReporterWhere in public do you go to find people celebrating Christmas? Many stay at home and enjoy family time. The movies are a popular spot. But tonight is the busiest night of the year for one particular business: Chinese Restaurants. "Could be months...
Two lesbians, a man with Down's syndrome and a Jewish couple walk into a Chinese restaurant on Christmas Eve. Sounds like the setup to a joke, yes? Nope. This is my family, doing what we've done for a decade. Separated by differing philosophies, as well...
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