Day: May 26, 2019

'Dorm chef' still cooking up culinary buzz

In this May 20, 2019 photo, Jonah Reider shops for vegetables in New York’s Union Square Greenmarket. Reider became a national sensation when he was a Columbia University senior several years ago, booted from his dorm for running a sophisticated supper club there. Associated Press In this […]

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New Mexico city eyes banning miniature liquor bottles

Associated Press ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A northwestern New Mexico city is examining if it can ban the sale of miniature liquor bottles littering the grounds across town. Farmington Mayor Nate Duckett recently asked City Attorney Jennifer Breakell to investigate if the city could pass an ordinance banning the small liquor bottles, The Farmington Daily Times […]

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Proof Pedro Cheated on Chantel? '90 Day Fiancé' Video Shows Pedro With Another Woman

Pedro Jimeno and Chantel Everett arguably have one of the most tumultuous relationships on Season 4 of 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After?, which is saying a lot since most of the couples on the TLC series exhibit some type of dysfunction. For most of the season, Chantel has not been able to forgive Pedro […]

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NBA Finals: Charles Barkley picks against Warriors — again

The Warriors might be without Kevin Durant and DeMarcus Cousins when they start the NBA Finals Thursday night in Toronto, but Golden State fans have reason to be confident: Charles Barkley has picked against them again. After the Toronto Raptors dispatched the Milwaukee Bucks in the Eastern Conference Finals Saturday night, Barkley, a TNT analyst, […]

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Chain O' Lakes, Fox River declared no wake zones

With rainfall continuing to push water levels near flood stages, the Fox River and Chain O’ Lakes will be no wake zones for boaters Sunday and perhaps beyond, the Fox Waterway Agency announced. The agency also issued a debris warning for those who take to the water on what’s traditionally one of the most popular […]

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Indiana and Michigan farmers eager to begin growing hemp

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Farmers in Indiana and Michigan are preparing to start growing hemp as a legal agricultural commodity following the declassification of industrial hemp as a narcotic with the passage of the federal Farm Bill in 2018. Between the two Midwestern states, hundreds of permits have been issued to plant thousands of acres […]

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Everything you need to know about Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge coming to Disneyland this summer

Disneyland visitors venturing to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge this summer can pilot the Millennium Falcon, build their own lightsabers and belly up to a cantina bar for an alien cocktail all while trying to avoid detection by a bounty hunter looking for the galactic credits owed a space pirate. The immersive and interactive Star Wars […]

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Moby apologizes for claiming he dated Natalie Portman

Moby has apologized for claiming in his recently published memoir that he dated Natalie Portman. “As some time has passed I’ve realized that many of the criticisms leveled at me regarding my inclusion of Natalie in ‘Then It Fell Apart’ are very valid,” the 53-year-old musician wrote on Instagram Saturday in a lengthy post titled […]

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Official: Restoring National Forest trails 'dangerous work'

HARRISBURG, Ill. — The Shawnee National Forest was significantly altered a decade ago when a storm struck southern Illinois that was so strong meteorologists created a new class of extreme weather to describe it. The Southern Illinoisan reports that forest officials say the May 2009 storm rerouted trails, caused wildfires and changed habitats. The forest […]

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San Jose community briefs for the week of May 31

Family Camp Looking for a summer activity the whole family can participate in without breaking the bank? San Jose’s Family Camp at Yosemite, which runs June 7-Aug. 5, is providing discounts for families, first responders, active military members, veterans and college students. Visit www.familycampreservations.com to register. Leaders summit The 2019 Silicon Valley Asian American and […]

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