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After Hurricane Jan | Charleston-area restaurants are back to normal Hurricane Wire

Hurricane Ian, the first to hit South Carolina since Matthew in 2016, left restaurants in the Charleston area largely unscathed. Most, including those located in flood-prone areas, were able to resume operations on October 1. Downtown Charleston Little Line Kitchen & Provisions at 176 Line St. reopened for breakfast on Oct. 1, just 12 hours …

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Great British Baking Show star Noel Fielding is selling some ‘weird’ artwork online – and you can buy it too

We all know Noel Fielding as an actor, comedian and brilliant co-presenter, but did you know he’s also an artist? If you didn’t, this week’s episode found out The Great British Baking Showwhen bakers Janusz and Sandro asked Fielding for a piece of his art. During the Showstopper Challenge, bakers were tasked with making a …

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The Horseshoe Bar embodies the country theme with live music and dancing

The Horseshoe marquee can be seen from Lane Avenue north of campus. Credit: Courtesy of Sharon Colbert Hiddup, Columbus, and get your cowboy boots on at the new campus bar, The Horseshoe Country Bar & More. The Horseshoe, located at 2159 N. High St., opened its doors in early September and is unlike any other …

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Less healthy seniors have been hit the hardest by rising food costs

Three-quarters of people over 50 in the United States say rising food prices have affected them somewhat or a lot, and nearly a third say they are eating less healthily because of higher food costs, according to new survey results. But rising food prices have hit certain groups of seniors harder, the survey found, particularly …

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Food, Healthcare and Restaurants: Compare the cost of living around the world with this tool

Moving abroad is exciting in many ways, but it also requires a lot of research – from where you’ll live to how you’ll get there, and the language you need to learn. Cost of living is a major decision when choosing a new home, especially in the current economic climate. This is especially important for …

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Outbreak!: Why Insurance Claims Professionals Need to Pay Attention to Monkey Pox – Law & Insurance Products

September 23, 2022 Freeman Mathis and Gary To print this article, all you need to do is register or log in to Mondaq.com. On August 4, 2022, the United States Department of Health and Human Services declared monkeypox a national public health emergency, only the fifth time since 2009. As of September 20, 2022, the …

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Top Culinary Awards at the NC Mountain State Fair | Local news

Special to The McDowell News FLETCHER. Buncombe County residents continue to shine in the culinary competition at the 2022 North Carolina State Fair. Susie Zuerner won first place in the Classic Comfort Food Contest hosted by the North Carolina Cattlemen’s Council. Liam Robertson won first place in the North Carolina Egg Association’s Coffee Cake Recipe …

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Cooking Without Cooking: Plan Ahead When You Can’t Plan Ahead | Food

Seeing the waves of Britons waiting to catch a glimpse of Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin on its final journey to Windsor Castle – not to mention the 250,000 other people who spent countless hours over four days in the famous line winding up London’s Westminster Hall – came across the same idea. a memory I …

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