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London’s best restaurants for Thanksgiving, from Christopher’s to Plaquemine Lock

G rinches may complain that the US import of Halloween has become ubiquitous but for the real proof of the creeping Americanisation of our calendar, look no further than the increasing importance of Thanksgiving. Still, Thanksgiving does at least come with better food than Halloween and unless one wants to go full Pilgrim Father, no […]

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FREE: Kids Halloween Party at Werner Books

Werner Books3514 Liberty StreetLiberty PlazaErie PA 16508(814) 864-1565 Google Map Description Werner Books is hosting a Kids Halloween Party!  On Sunday, October 23rd from 12-3PM at the store, we will be handing out a free Halloween book and candy. There will be a fun activity to participate in and Lauren will be reading from her […]

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A bunch of residents at a Daylesford aged care home are ‘ageing disgracefully’ — but it’s all for a good cause

It’s not every day you see elderly ladies flipping off drivers, or getting arrested, but a new calendar will allow you to see it every day.  Key points: Photographer David White volunteered his time to take photos for the calendar  A 103-year-old resident says the funny photo shoots bring a lot of joy to the facility  The calendar […]

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Former Star-News Building New Home of Wake and Late Breakfast Burrito Chain – Pasadena Now

Wake and Late restaurants, a growing downtown Los Angeles-based breakfast burrito chain, will be occupying almost all of the 12,000-square-foot ground floor of the historic Pasadena Star-News building at 525 E. Colorado Blvd. in Pasadena. Greenbridge Investment Partners, which manages the property, said Wake and Late plans to use a culinary space formerly used by […]

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LA Council Backs Two Bills By Pasadena Congressional Representatives That Preserve Santa Monica, San Gabriel Areas – Pasadena Now

Rep. Adam Schiff and Rep. Judy Chu The Los Angeles City Council signaled its support Wednesday for two conservation bills pending in Congress that would help preserve areas in the Santa Monica Mountains and San Gabriel National Recreation Area. The Rim of the Valley Corridor Preservation Act would expand the boundary of the Santa Monica […]

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Huntington Health Infectious Disease Expert Sheds Light on Monkeypox – Pasadena Now

Dr. Kim Shriner. [Huntington Health] Dr. Kimberly Shriner, Medical Director of Infection Control and Prevention at Huntington Health (formerly, Huntington Hospital) said Friday that monkeypox, although highly unpleasant, is rarely fatal and like any infectious disease, can be prevented by practicing good hygiene habits. Monkeypox infographic [Based upon original supplied by Huntington Health] “This disease […]

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