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Vegan pizza near me: 14 delivery chains

They say there is no bad pizza. That’s very generous for some of the less than satisfying vegan pizzas we tried before the dairy-free cheese revolution. Vegan pizza has improved dramatically over the years, and it’s also becoming much more mainstream. It’s not quite the tipping point for vegan burgers …

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The 10 Deadliest Stretches of Road in New Jersey

In three years, nearly 1,600 accidents on the roads of New Jersey have caused at least one death. Using data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, MoneyGeek compiled a list of the Garden State’s deadliest stretches of highway from 2018 to 2020, ranked by their number of fatal crashes. …

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Where to watch football 13/11/2022

Here are places where fans gather with friends to watch football. Email Soccer America or Tweet @SoccerAmerica with details of your favorite place to watch – bar or restaurant or pop-up and Twitter handle. The same goes if you know of any plans for community watch parties or events during …

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Tribute to our veterans in 2022 – @theU

University of Utah to Honor 11 Utah Veterans and Award Student Veteran of the Year at 25th Annual Veterans Day Commemoration Ceremony, Friday November 11, 2022. The tribute is part of a series of events planned throughout the week to honor veterans. Events include a concert, a BBQ and a …

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The Retired Investor: DST Economics / iBerkshires.com

By Bill SchmickChronicler of the iBerkshires5:20 PM / Thursday 03 November 2022 On Sunday, November 6, 2022, Americans set their clocks back to standard time. Earlier this year, the US Senate unanimously approved a bill that would have made daylight saving time (DST) permanent starting November 20, 2023. What happened? …

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10 of Pennsylvania’s most popular state parks are worth a hike

Pennsylvania’s state parks are some of the most beautiful in the United States, perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, especially those who enjoy hiking. These parks are an ideal destination for a weekend getaway or a summer vacation with friends and loved ones. The parks are also a great way to see …

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Obituary: Per Guldbrandsgaard | AspenTimes.com

By GuldbrandsgaardPhoto provided June 20, 1938 – October 15, 2022 Per Guldbrandsgaard, one of the “Stein boys” who followed gold medal-winning Olympian Stein Eriksen from Norway to teach at his new US ski schools, died on October 15, 2022 in Aspen after 84 years of a busy life of skiing …

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Republican candidates clash with business owners in Gary – Chicago Tribune

Business owners at a roundtable hosted Thursday in Gary by the Republican National Committee said finding workers and dealing with inflation are the top issues they face today as they navigate the current economy. About 50 people gathered at the Sole Café in Gary for the discussion featuring re-election contender …

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Dear Freshmen, Embrace Homesickness – The Daily Texan

As my mother glazes her signature braised pork belly with a final sprinkle of rice wine, she brings the just-steaming dish to the dining table. “Dinner is ready,” she said in Mandarin, asking us to come downstairs to eat. The aroma permeates through the cracks of the house and up …

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Donald Trump Jr. allegedly pocketed a huge bull moose in Maine

It’s pretty hard to do anything these days that’s “under the radar” if your name is Donald Trump Jr., but somehow he pulled it off in late September. Trump Jr., known to be a fanatical big game hunter, traveled to Maine rather quietly and managed to snag a massive bull …

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Peddler’s Village 47th Annual Apple Festival coming next month

Let’s be realistic. Peddler’s Village hosts the healthiest, most family-friendly events in the entire region! During the summer you can find sandcastle building competitions, in the winter you will find different light shows and there is a perfect event for the fall season! Next month, Peddler’s Village is hosting its …

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Welcome Home: Kings Peak to Red Ledges

HEBER CITY, Utah – This spectacular contemporary mountain cabin is located in the Kings Peak neighborhood of Red Ledges. This luxury single family home is situated on a corner lot with remarkable views of the Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, Mount Timpanogos and the Heber Valley. The great room perfect …

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Phil Cooper’s 1999 Ford F-350

Overlanders: Phil Cooper, Meghan Cooper and Erin Cooper Vehicle: 1999 Ford F-350 SuperCab shortbed See the 4 pictures About: “I love off-roading, camping and nature. I work in a very stressful job and it gives me that much-needed breath of fresh air.” Phil’s ride is this F-350 SuperCab short-bed with …

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Saturday night brings a long-awaited clash between UTSA and UT-Austin | UTSA today | UTSA

UTSA’s Frank Harris was named the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose National Player of the Week for his performance against the Army. Harris and the Roadrunners will travel to Austin to take on the Texas Longhorns on Saturday, September 17. Photo by Dexter Jenkins SEPTEMBER 15, 2022 — Thousands of Roadrunners …

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Ex-Summit County Inmate Turns A New Leaf With Painting

OGDEN, Utah – The rain has a way of changing plans, but for a former Summit County inmate, the show goes on. Matt Henderson had a lot in mind for his outdoor art exhibit in Ogden until it started to rain. “We were going to have some chalk art and …

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UT Tyler Engineering ranked among America’s top 50 programs – The Gilmer Mirror

September 15, 2022 The University of Texas at Tyler College of Engineering is ranked 42nd nationally by U.S. News and World Report, as shown in the list of top undergraduate (non-doctoral) engineering programs released this week. The College of Engineering has steadily climbed the publication’s Top 100 list for four …

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Austin startup developing lab-grown breasts gains national spotlight

Brisket, a Texas barbecue staple, is as synonymous with the Lone Star State as the Alamo and the oil wells. An Austin company recently recognized as the state’s most innovative startup wants to take this barbecue staple to a new high-tech level. BioBQ is working on the technology to bring …

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Robert Griffin III gets a Provo feel in preparation for BYU/Baylor game

PROVO, Utah –Former Heisman winner, NFL QB Robert Griffin III is in Provo for Saturday night’s BYU/Baylor game. The Baylor legend is on the call to see his alma mater take on No. 21 BYU at LaVell Edwards Stadium. RGIII is ESPN’s broadcast analyst for BYU/Baylor, alongside play-by-play voice Mark …

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‘Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live Glow Party’ is coming to the Cure Insurance Arena and we’ve got your way!

Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live Glow Party is coming to Trenton for the first time in February! Tickets go on sale Friday (September 9) at 10 a.m., but we have an EXCLUSIVE presale code displayed below just for listening to 94.5 PST! There are four shows (February 10-12, 2023), visit …

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South Village opens semester with new changes and new concerns – University Times

South Village residents spoke of the positive and negative changes in housing this new academic year. Housing and residence life are very different now than they were last year. Students are excited about the updates but also concerned about some adjustments they need to make. The accommodation has implemented many …

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A barbecue fire spreads through the attic of the Bloomington Hills home; residents could be relocated – St George News

ST. GEORGE- A barbecue fire in the backyard of a Bloomington Hills home that ended up in the attic on Friday afternoon and may have displaced the occupants of the home. St. George firefighters respond to a house fire on Chokeberry Drive in Bloomington Hills, St. George, Utah, September 2, …

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R&R Barbecue announces job openings in Salt Lake City at its new restaurant

Salt Lake City – R&R BBQ is looking for friendly, energetic personalities to work in front and back of house roles ahead of the grand opening of its 10e Salt Lake City location September 2! Located at 4489 W. Partridge Hill Lane, Ste. S100, in Riverton, the award-winning local barbecue …

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Journey to Understanding – Cityview

As of this writing, I had been traveling for over 14 days. It may not seem like a lot in the grand scheme of life, but I was amazed at what I learned in such a short time by just allowing myself to unplug. I’ve traveled all over the world …

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Kevin Hart and Mark Wahlberg star in Netflix comedy without laughter or chemistry

me timedirected and written by John Hamburg (Meet the parents), pairs Hollywood powerhouses Kevin Hart and Mark Wahlberg in a chemistry-free friendship full of slapstick comedy and hijinks. Hamburg is known for its comic work. The same goes for Hart and Wahlberg, but the three combined created something full of …

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My 8 Favorite Stops Along Utah’s Beautiful Highway 89

If sandstone canyons, rosy-hued sand dunes, dizzying rock hoodoos, and scenic main streets sound like the stuff of a perfect road trip, then Utah’s southern stretch of US Highway 89 is it. made for you. Although nearby Interstate 15 provides a somewhat parallel and arguably faster north-south route through Utah, …

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Arizona PBS and Cronkite School collectively nominated for 36 Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards

The Rocky Mountain Regional Emmy® Awards announced the nominations for their 45th annual ceremony this week. Arizona PBS and the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication have collectively received 36 Emmy® and Student Production Award nominations. “It’s inspiring to see Cronkite and Arizona PBS being recognized with so …

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Back to School 2022 – Inexpensive Meals for Austin Students: From Huston-Tillotson to St. Ed’s to UT and even the State of Texas – Food

The Doughminican food trailer and outdoor seating (photo by David Brendan Hall) Welcome to Austin! Sorry for all the heat. And the traffic. Luckily for you, we make up for those pain points with delicious food, all over town (this is also true in San Marcos). Whether you live in …

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“All Is Forgiven” in New Escuela Grind Video; Tour announced

Hope you’re wide awake, because Escuela Grind’s new track “All is Forgiven” is going to hit you in the face like a bucket of hot water. This new track and music video is the second single released in support of their upcoming LP, memory theater. Described by the band as …

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From wine to whiskey – what’s new on the restaurant calendar – Gastronomic SLC

BTG Sommelier Wine Dinner Selections The next event in BTG Wine Bar’s 2022 Wine Dinner Series is here, September 8th to be precise. Beginning at 7:00 p.m., discerning guests can look forward to a carefully curated four-course dinner, accompanied by selections from sommelier Louis Koppel; one of the best in …

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Summer doesn’t slow down with Culture Connection

Culture Connection packed the Price City Peace Garden again on Thursday night as the Music in the Park series continued. This week, Suit Up, Soldier and Michael Barrow & The Tourists were both welcomed on stage. Attendees were invited to purchase delicious meals from Ruben’s BBQ while …

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Missoula man spits on store worker, threatens him with knife

On August 7, 2022, at approximately 8:38 a.m., officers from the Missoula Police Department responded to the Albertsons of the North Reservation for the report of an assault with a weapon. The officer spoke with the victim who said he worked at the store. Other staff informed the victim that …

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Maumee hosts 44th Summer Fair – BG Independent News

From LA MAUMEE UPTOWN BUSINESS ASSOCIATION The Maumee Uptown Business Association will present the Maumee Summer Fair on Friday August 12 and Saturday August 13 at Uptown Maumee. Turns 44e year, the festival kicks off on Friday at 5pm with the Taste of Maumee. With 11 Maumee restaurants, attendees can …

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Simmer with local double IPAs

The IPAs are amazing. They are excellent on their own or with food. You can discuss them with people who love them just as vehemently as someone who hates them and they come in a wide variety of flavors and sub-styles. India Pale Ale has a loose interpretation as being …

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Mo’ Betahs celebrates sharing the special island lifestyle with the OKC community

A popular Hawaiian-style concept will hold a groundbreaking ceremony on August 4 and open to the public on August 5 Oklahoma City, OK (RestaurantNews.com) Mo’ Bettahs Hawaiian Style Restaurant is ready to open its doors and serve its authentic Hawaiian cuisine and island experience to Oklahoma City fans! Located at …

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Big Sky Commissioner Addresses Realignment, College GameDay, Neutral Site Games & More | Big Sky Conference

SPOKANE — Big Sky Commissioner Tom Wistrcill made one thing clear during his question-and-answer session on the state of the conference during the Big Sky Football Kickoff earlier this week: The conference has little or no control over some of the major issues in college athletics. now. The name, image …

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Some Utahns fear looming recession as GDP falls for second straight quarter

SALT LAKE CITY — The U.S. economy plunged for the second consecutive quarter, as gross domestic product (GDP) fell 0.9% between April and June. Colby Ostler is the owner and manager of “Over The Coles BBQ”. “It’s been a lot tougher in the last four months than maybe seven months …

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Missoula woman resists arrest in traffic and puts officers at risk

On July 21, 2022, at approximately 5:44 p.m., a 911 caller reported a drunk driver in the area of ​​South Higgins Avenue and Beverly Avenue. The caller said the vehicle was all over the road, posted a stop sign and stopped in the road. The caller was particularly concerned because …

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Tennessee receives huge notice of allegation from NCAA for Jeremy Pruitt violations

Former Tennessee football coach Jeremy Pruitt, his wife and several members of his football team provided approximately $60,000 in ineligible benefits and recruiting incentives to more than two dozen recruits and their families on a three-year period, according to an NCAA notice of allegation. , a copy of which was …

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Cache Smokeout will take place this weekend at AWHC – Cache Valley Daily

File photo Smoker’s ribs at the Cache Food Pantry on Thursday, February 24, 2022. WELLSVILLE — This Saturday, among many Pioneer Day celebrations in the Valley, the Cache Food Pantry and the American West Heritage Center (AWHC) are joining forces to host a pellet smoking contest. Matt Whitaker, the executive …

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Celebrate Pioneer Day with Events Across Utah

If you’re staying in Utah this weekend, be sure to attend a Pioneer Day event near you! If you know of an event that isn’t on this list, email us so we can add it. Castor County:July 23: Beaver Pioneer Days – 5K and fun run at 6 a.m., parade …

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Ice Springs Lava Flow

The Ice Springs lava flow is about 10 miles west of the town of Fillmore, Utah in the Black Rock Desert. It was named for the cooler conditions found in its natural cavities, where year-round ice provided natural cold storage for farmers in the days before refrigeration. Black basalt from …

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The 8 Best Vegan Jerkies – ABC4 Utah

Which vegan jerky is the best? For a snack or a hike, few things pack a quick protein punch better than jerky. The problem is that jerky can be loaded with preservatives, sodium, and artery-clogging fats. And if you avoid animal products, finding the best vegan jerky can be a …

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This outdoor concert series and barbecue is quickly becoming a Utah summer staple

Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes Utah summers have no shortage of fun activities, but lounging to great music with delicious food in hand, surrounded by some of the best scenery in the state, is practically unbeatable. Snowbasin’s Blues, Brews & BBQ is quickly becoming one of Utah’s most popular outdoor …

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For great outdoor adventures, head to Utah’s Greater Zion

A visitor paddleboards in Sand Hollow, Greater Zion, Utah. (Photo courtesy of Grand Sion Convention and Visitors Bureau) The landscape of Sand Hollow has an otherworldly beauty. (Photo by Ben Horton, Greater Zion Convention & Tourism Office) Angels Landing in Greater Zion is a tough hike and climb. (Photo Moira …

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Howell, NJ cops rescue construction worker buried on his shoulders

Imagine you’re on the construction site and then without warning, you fall into a hole and find yourself stuck, shoulder-deep in the dirt. That’s what happened to a Howell worker earlier this week. After a trench collapsed, the 26-year-old worker fell into it and got stuck. Construction worker digging earth …

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Utah’s rural communities are doing very well

HUntsville, with a population of just 645, is in the Ogden Valley, just 15 miles east of Ogden and less than an hour from Salt Lake City International Airport. Huntsville is surrounded by three ski resorts: Snowbasin, Powder Mountain and Nordic Valley. Snowbasin is a world-class ski resort that hosted …

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Ready-meal prices are climbing higher than bottle rockets this year, averaging $10 more than last year

Fire up your grill this weekend and get ready to splash the cash – the price of a 4th of July BBQ has skyrocketed. An average summer barbecue for 10 people at today’s prices rose from $59.50 last year to $69.68, an increase of $10.18 or 17%, according to the …

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Former BYU football student Ashley Hatch ecstatic ahead of USWNT friendly against Columbia

SALT LAKE CITY – The United States Women’s National Team is on its way to Utah for a second straight friendly match against Columbia this Tuesday, June 28. One member of the traveling band is more excited than the others to set foot on the Rio Tinto Stadium in front …

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Utah Restaurants that have been on Diners, Drive-Ins, Dives TV

UTAH (ABC4) – There’s nothing more exciting than seeing a restaurant you’ve been frequenting for a while appear on national television – especially if that restaurant is right here in Utah. If you’ve ever watched the Food Network, Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives should ring a bell. Guy Fieri – the …

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Montana Economist Describes Economic Future With One Word, “Pain”

Dr. John Lott, president and founder of the Missoula-based Crime Prevention Research Center, is also a noted economist. Lott has held positions in law and economics at several institutions, including Yale Law School, Hoover Institution, UCLA, Wharton Business School, Texas A&M University, and Rice University. Lott was also the chief …

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Journalist’s Notebook | Music | Salt Lake City

Here are a few different snippets of SLC news and musical notes, starting with a decidedly outdoor vibe. Snowbasin announces a summer festival: Every time we think the summer festival and summer music series schedule is full, another announcement comes along. The one hitting our inbox this week is particularly …

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Jacksonville barbecue gets national attention | Local News

JACKSONVILLE – JW’s BBQ in Jacksonville, which opened in October 2020, has garnered national attention as one of the best barbecue spots in East Texas, as mentioned in a June article by the global media. CNN. JW owner Jonathan Wilson, who grew up in Jacksonville and graduated from Jacksonville High …

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Best Sushi Restaurant in Every State – 24/7 Wall St.

Special report June 9, 2022 1:00 p.m. Last update: June 9, 2022 4:55 p.m. Just a few decades ago, sushi was considered incredibly exotic and most Americans would probably have balked at the thought of eating raw fish. Well, times have obviously changed, and nowadays sushi has become as mainstream …

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Class of 2022 Salutatorians – Pleasanton Express

Kenley Everett Pleasanton High School Salutatorian Madilyne Vick Jourdanton High School Salutatorian Haley Hammond Poteet High School Salutatorian Jenna Dillard Charlotte High School Salutatorian Rylie Reed McMullen County ISD Salutatorian Kenley Rae Everett is a Lifetime Student and Class of 2022 Salutatorian from Pleasanton High School. She is the daughter …

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Scots gather across the country to celebrate the end of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

People across Scotland united yesterday to celebrate the end of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in glorious style. Patriot punters from across the nation marked the historic weekend with dozens of events – from large-scale street parties to small parties. 5 Princes Street Gardens Platinum Jubilee celebrations attended by hundreds of …

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Mobile vegans and Holy Cow arrive in Redondo, Belt becomes Spot in Hermosa, Brazilian BBQ in ES

There’s been a flurry of openings and announcements over the past week, some of which appear to have been rushed as landlords scramble to get that precious summer tourist traffic. I will pass by city from south to north, then I will tell you the events to come… BBQ by …

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3 new restaurants to try this summer in St. George

St. George is booming with new places to eat this summer, and I got to try three of the latest editions from our local restaurants: Spilled milk Just this week, Spilled Milk, a gourmet ice cream shop, made its way onto River Road, with its unique twist on traditional vanilla …

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Zacks Analyst Blog Spotlights Arcos Dorados Holdings, The ONE Group Hospitality and Bloomin’ Brands

For immediate release Chicago, IL – May 20, 2022 – Zacks.com announces the list of stocks featured in the analyst blog. Every day, Zacks Equity Research analysts discuss the latest news and events impacting stocks and financial markets. Stocks recently featured in the blog include: BBQ Holdings, Inc. BBQ, Arcos …

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4 restaurant stocks to buy if sales continue to rise

RRising costs have been a concern, but the retail sector does not appear to have been affected much. As millions of Americans continue to spend more, the restaurant industry is rapidly recovering after nearly two years from when sales began to plunge due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Sales at bars …

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Utah black bears struggling with drought and hunger may exhibit erratic behavior

The bear was first reported around 7 a.m. on the grounds of Morgan Middle School. Officers from the Division of Wildlife Resources arrived with a dog that stopped the bear. The animal was tranquilized and moved to a remote area. Even with the drought, Darren DeBloois, games coordinator for the …

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Lincoln Property Co. buys 140 acres for Phoenix’s next mega-project: Luke Field

GLENDALE, Ariz., May 13, 2022 – LPC Desert West, the southwest branch of Dallas-based Lincoln Property Co., has completed the acquisition of a $53 million, 140-acre lot in Glendale, Ariz. , for its next mega industrial Phoenix metro project, Luke Domaine. The $515 million, 2.3 million square foot development is …

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‘Rudy Gobert will hurt the kids in the stands by blocking Shaq’s shot’: Charles Barkley drops bombs and picks triple DPOY to beat Lakers legend 1v1

Charles Barkley Says Rudy Gobert Will Eat ‘Black Barbeque Chicken’ As He Picks Utah Jazz Star Over Countryman Shaq In A 1v1! ‘Rudy Gobert will hurt the kids in the stands by blocking Shaq’s shot’: Charles Barkley drops bombs and picks triple DPOY to beat Lakers legend 1v1 Charles Barkley …

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Sale Lake County Sheriff’s Office Celebrates National Corrections Week with New Mission and Vision Statement

SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) – Last week, the Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Office of Corrections wrapped up National Corrections Week and kicked off National Nurses Week with a number of celebratory events, as well as the launch of a new mission statement and vision statement. “May is a very …

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Mark Cuban’s $1 Million Bid for Korean Cupbop BBQ

Jung Song and Dok Kwon, both Korean immigrants, say they live the American dream. Their Provo, Utah-based Korean barbecue business, Cupbop, started out of a food truck in 2013. Today, it’s a restaurant with 36 locations in six U.S. states — and more than 100 locations in Indonesia — which …

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Why now is the best time to upgrade your outdoor space with shade from Platinum Awning – St George News

Platinum Awning Garden Canopy Project, location and date not specified | Photo courtesy of Platinum Awning, St. George News CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — Living in southern Utah, shade really is your best friend, especially during the summer. Awnings help local homeowners beat the scorching heat and enjoy their backyards more. Platinum …

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National Ability Center’s Barn Party fundraiser returns

Tickets for the National Ability Center’s annual Barn Party are on sale now. The event, which raises funds for its equestrian programs, will include a dinner, live music, a mechanical bull, an auction and a children’s area.Photo by Photo by Missy Gresen The National Ability Center’s annual Barn Party fundraiser …

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Utah’s Korean BBQ Hit Cupbop Makes National Appearance on Shark Tank

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) — As K-pop, K-dramas and K-movies increasingly impact American culture, the owners of Korean barbecue restaurant ‘Cupbop’ say, “It’s it’s K-food time! Cupbop will soon get some well-deserved attention nationwide by making an appearance on ABC’s Shark Tank. The best food Utah has to offer Cupbop …

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The search is underway for the Kearns Community Council stolen trailer full of event material

KEARNS, Utah — Unified Police are searching for a stolen trailer filled with thousands of dollars worth of event supplies belonging to the Kearns Community Council. “(The suspects) probably thought it was going to contain a large amount of valuables,” said UPD Kearns Precinct leader Levi Hughes. “What they found …

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Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights Dave & Buster’s Entertainment, BBQ, Arcos Dorados and Kura Sushi USA

For immediate release Chicago, IL – April 22, 2022 – Zacks.com announces the list of stocks featured in the analyst blog. Every day, Zacks Equity Research analysts discuss the latest news and events impacting stocks and financial markets. Stocks recently featured in the blog include: Dave & Buster’s Entertainment, Inc. …

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4 restaurant stocks to buy if sales and hiring increase

AAmericans are worried about rising prices, but that hasn’t stopped them from spending. In fact, people have started to spend aggressively on services, helping retailers. It saw American restaurants, which had been hit hard at the height of the pandemic, finally get back to normal. The latest data from the …

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Will Strong Sales Momentum Boost Teledyne (TDY) Q1 Earnings?

Teledyne Technologies Incorporated TDY is expected to release its first quarter 2022 results on April 27 before market open. Teledyne has a four-quarter earnings surprise of 24.72% on average. The strong performance of the majority of TDY’s segments in the first quarter should have contributed favorably to the company’s overall …

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Meet the 12-year-old trans dynamo banned from field hockey

By James Finn | DETROIT — Fischer Wells is a 12-year-old girl who just wanted to play field hockey…so badly that she signed up for a college team in Kentucky that didn’t even exist! Then she talked about it so much that enough girls signed up for the team to …

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Backyard BBQ Contest and Festival in Central City, Kentucky

Central City is throwing a big summer party. Whiskey Alibi will perform, food trucks will be there, a cruise is planned, and a backyard barbecue contest will take place. If a judge is needed, that’s what I’m here for! Register your team today and save the date. Some of my …

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Want more than a meal? 8 Utah Restaurants That Offer Something Extra

Estimated reading time: 7-8 minutes Dining with friends, family, colleagues, and even strangers is one of the oldest rituals in human history for bringing people together. Food connects everyone, and sharing a meal is a great way to strengthen old bonds and create new ones. While Utah may not enjoy …

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4 stocks to buy as the restaurant industry shows promise

JThe economy is rapidly reopening and people have started spending more on services than on goods. This has led to increased sales in service-related industries like bars and restaurants, travel and accommodation, and leisure. Crucially, the restaurant industry, which had been struggling for some time, has finally started to rebound, …

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Chris Blatchford, a vegan pitmaster, makes a meatless barbecue that even meat eaters can love.

Chris Blatchford is serious about barbecue. He has five smokers in his backyard and a 4,000 square foot garden which he is about to expand by another 2,000 square feet. During the summer, the garden is bursting with tomatoes and peppers and other vegetables that go into its barbecue and …

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How to Recycle in Casper | caspar

When you throw an item into a large green recycling bin in Casper, you’ve taken the first step on its long journey of regenerating into something new. It will then go to the Casper balefill, where it is sorted into the appropriate batch of paper, plastic or metal products. From …

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Popular Hawaiian-style food chain opens in another Utah town

IRON COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) – Foodies, get ready as a popular Utah-based restaurant chain expands to another Utah city this month. Mo’Bettahs, the beloved fast-casual chain serving Hawaiian-inspired cuisine opens its new location in Cedar City in late April. The new store is located at 1455 S. Old Hwy. 91 …

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Mo’ Bettahs transports guests to the Hawaiian Islands with an all-new prototype

Popular Hawaiian-style concept unveils comprehensive new branding to bring authentic island experience to more markets across the United States Salt Lake City, Utah (RestaurantNews.com) Mo’ Bettahs Hawaiian Style Restaurant offers customers a glimpse of the diverse ocean lifestyle that characterizes the Hawaiian Islands through its all-new prototype. After growing up …

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Air Springs and Bike Suspension – Cycling West

By Eric Ramirez — If you’re wondering what an air spring is or how it works, you’re probably not alone. Chances are if you’re a mountain biker, you already have an intimate relationship with an air spring. Most of our bikes are equipped with a suspension fork and the full …

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Crumbl cookies arrive at Rock Row in Westbrook, Maine

As Rock Row in Westbrook continues to grow in its vision of becoming a one-stop shopping, entertainment, dining, housing and office destination, more businesses are taking over space in this development. of multi-million dollars that sits on what used to be a rock quarry. The latest to put up their …

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Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights Dave & Buster’s Entertainment, BBQ Holdings, Arcos Dorados Holdings and Compass Group

For immediate release Chicago, IL – March 24, 2022 – Zacks.com announces the list of stocks featured in the analyst blog. Every day, Zacks Equity Research analysts discuss the latest news and events impacting stocks and financial markets. Stocks recently featured in the blog include: Dave & Buster’s Entertainment, Inc. …

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4 restaurant stocks to buy if sales increase

JThe U.S. restaurant industry has had a tough 2020 and 2021 with uneven sales volume as the pandemic has been an impediment to the smooth running of the industry. Even then, the restaurant industry put on an impressive show in 2021 compared to the previous year. And this year too …

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2.5M SF Park303 Phase 2 inaugurates Glendale

Following its record sale of Park303 Phase I, LPC Desert West, the southwest branch of Dallas-based Lincoln Property Co., has begun construction of Park303 Phase 2. The new phase will bring nearly 2.5 million sq. squares in three new state-of-the-art industrial buildings overlooking Loop 303 in Glendale, Arizona. Park303 Phase …

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BBQ (NASDAQ:BBQ) Raised to “Strong-Buy” at Zacks Investment Research

BBQ (NASDAQ:BBQ – Get a rating) was upgraded by Zacks Investment Research from a “hold” rating to a “strong-buy” rating in a report released Thursday, Zacks.com reports. The brokerage currently has a target price of $16.00 on the stock. Zacks Investment Research’s price target would suggest a potential decline of …

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Montana’s Whitney tries to establish himself as Big Sky’s elite defenseman – Skyline Sports

If Brandon Whitney could have looked at the camera during the fourth quarter of Montana’s Feb. 7 home game against Southern Utah and winked. Zero registration. Pause. I bet you are wondering how I got here. “Here” in his case was about three feet off the ground, parallel to the …

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Foley BBQ & Blues Festival, American Cancer Society Chili Cookoff and Festival of Flowers headline the week 5 things to do this weekend

BBQ & Blues Cookoff – Foley I can already smell the barbecue and the smokers! The Foley BBQ and Blues Festival IS HERE! Personally, I can’t get excited enough to sink my teeth into all the delicious goodies that will be at Heritage Park all day Saturday, with the awards …

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Mo’ Bettahs brings the Aloha spirit to Plano

The popular Hawaiian-style concept opened in an all-new prototype on March 4 Dallas, Texas (RestaurantNews.com) The Plano community can now fill their opu (stomach) with ono (delicious) island food because Mo’ Bettahs Hawaiian Style Restaurant opened at 1801 Preston Road, Ste. B on Friday, March 4! To kick off its …

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Best Traeger Grill – ABC4 Utah

Which Traeger grill is the best? As a trusted name in the world of grilling and smoking, Traeger grills turn grilling into an art form. They have earned their reputation by building grills that last. But more importantly, they produce results that rival any barbecue restaurant. They come in all …

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The barbecued potato at Rubicon Potato in Oklahoma is spudtacular

Posted in Oklahoma To eat March 03, 2022 by Ashley If you’re looking for one of the best baked potatoes you’ve ever had, head to Rubicon Potato in Jenks. Imagine a skinless potato smothered in brisket, cheese and butter, then drizzled with heavenly barbecue sauce. …

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Famous Dave’s BBQ redefines fast casual dining with first drive-thru location

The Salt Lake City-area drive-thru will open March 7, committing to the QSR model for a faster, more convenient experience for customers. Minnetonka, Minnesota (RestaurantNews.com) Famous Dave, the fast-growing barbecue franchise with 134 restaurants in markets across the country, is redefining fast casual dining with its first drive-thru model. “Quick …

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Here are Salt Lake City’s top-rated barbecue restaurants

(STACKER) – Cooking meat over low, slow heat over an indirect heat source – the only real qualifications for barbecuing – is a true American tradition, dating back to indigenous cultures and carried over by early Spanish colonizers who also gave it the cooking style name. : barbacoa. Today, barbecue …

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Registration open for Cache Smokeout scheduled for July 23 – Cache Valley Daily

Matt Whitaker, the executive director of the Cache Food Pantry, pulls fresh ribs from the smoker on Thursday, February 24, 2022. LOGAN — The Cache Food Pantry and the America West Heritage Center (AWHC) are joining forces to host a pellet smoking contest this summer. This first annual Cache Smokeout …

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Artist Nicole Gaitan Takes Over Pando Fine Art Gallery – The Daily Utah Chronicle

“Angeles Rojos” by artist Nicole Gaitan (Courtesy of Nicole Gaitan) Artist Nicole Gaitan expresses her excitement for her permanent residency at the Pando Fine Art Gallery in Park City and discusses discovering her self-taught artistic individuality. From ketchup to canvas “Ever since I was little, I’ve always had an interest …

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Rustler’s BBQ is one of the best restaurants in Oklahoma

Posted in Oklahoma To eat February 18, 2022 by Ashley There’s a barbecue joint in the small town of Henryetta that we’re sure you’ll want to try. Rustler’s BBQ has repeatedly had some of the highest reviews in the state, and it might just be …

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Dan’s BBQ Pit catches fire in Davenport, Oklahoma

DAVENPORT, Okla. (KFOR) – A fire destroyed the home of the popular Dan’s Bar-B-Cue Pit restaurant along Route 66 in Davenport on Friday morning. According to Davenport Fire Department officials, the fire started around 10 a.m. Oklahoma store worker shot, killed in robbery When firefighters arrived, they said the flames …

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