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The Week that Was: News and features around Harrisburg – The Burg News

| May 27, 2022

Historic Grace UMC Church in Harrisburg Unseasonal heat may have you searching out some low-key activities this weekend. Our idea: spend some time reading TheBurg stories you may have missed last week, which we conveniently list and link below. 2nd Street construction continues apace, as the city announced that traffic signals would flash yellow from Forster to Division streets

Column: Orange Garden, Chicago’s oldest Chinese restaurant, has a long history, with a gangster legend, an iconic neon sign and a family hoping to…

| May 27, 2022

Orange Garden, the oldest Chinese restaurant in Chicago, which recently sold its iconic neon sign, and was reportedly selling next year, may not be for sale after all. I dont want to sell, said owner Hui Ruan.

Around the World in 7 NYC Dishes – AFAR Media

| May 22, 2022

New York Citys diverse food scene offers a world of flavors without ever having to get on a plane. With its thousands of restaurants and ever-changing roster of recent openings, theres always something new to taste in New York City

Going On in Greek-American Community – The National Herald

| May 22, 2022

THRU JUNE 30 ONLINE Health and Religion, a series of online courses organized by the Prolepsis Institute in collaboration with the Hellenic Society of Medical Students of Greece and under the auspices of the Medical School of Athens, began on November 4 and runs until June 30. The courses are supervised and coordinated by the Emeritus Professor of Surgery at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and Lecturer in Surgery at Harvard Medical School Dimitrios Linos.

Always Eat The Health Salad – Defector

| May 22, 2022

Let me begin by saying this: You cannot overestimate how important Jasper Wang, our vice president of revenue and operations, is to Defector Media. Sure, the rest of us write blogs, whatever that means

Out & About: Area entertainment and cultural events starting Wednesday, May 18 – Martinsville Bulletin

| May 22, 2022

Calendar items may be sent to accent@martinsvillebulletin.com, brought to the newsroom at 19 E. Church St., Martinsville, or mailed to P.O.

UN PLAZA GRILL Launches ‘Cuisines from Around the World’ with Guest Chefs Through 2022 – Broadway World

| May 18, 2022

Starting May 22, the UN Plaza Grill will take diners' taste buds on a journey around the world with the debut of its Global Chefs Collaborative Pop-up series, an exploration of the world's most intriguing cuisines. Every month through the balance of 2022, a chef with expertise in cuisine from a specific country or region will collaborate with UN Plaza Grill Culinary Director Ines Chattas to create a three-course menu showcasing representative dishes, ingredients, and techniques.

Eitan Bernath Is on Top of the ‘World’ – Tablet Magazine

| May 18, 2022

When Eitan Bernath was 12 years old, he started a folder on his computer to store recipes for his future cookbook. That might sound precocious, but he had reason to dream

Best Things To Do This Week In Los Angeles And SoCal: May 16 – 19 – LAist

| May 18, 2022

Start your day with LAist Sign up for the Morning Brief, delivered weekdays. Catch Helado Negro performing live

Don’t Miss the Beauty In Your Own Backyard! – Jewish Journal

| May 18, 2022

Miles of stunning uninterrupted beaches, waves crashing on the rocks and into tidal pools, misty mountains and mesmerizing sunsets, saved my sanity during the lock down. California certainly has its share of stunningly beautiful destinations, and now that everything is open again, it is time to explore those captivating small towns that move at a deliciously slow pace, and sip my way through SLO Wine Country.


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