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It was there one could find sweethearts sharing a night on the town at the Captain's Table, with perhaps an engagement ring in the young man's pocket. Clandestine lovers hiding out in a back corner booth of the Brass Rail Stables restaurant. Timid
Each permit will cost $25, under the rules adopted Tuesday night by the village board. Five machines will be allowed at any qualifying establishment in town.
The grassroots social media campaign ';Here We Purple'; is back. In a show of support to the Sacramento Kings and keeping them in town, members of the community and FOX40 are asking people to wear purple Wednesday, April 3 and add purple to their
Those pesky hipsters are at it again, with their subversive non-weekday work schedules and socially destructive late night PBR-drinking, according to an article in the Daily News. Bushwick's Community Board 4 has taken a stand against Sunday sipping,
Mayoral candidate Gary Schiff garnered some attention at last week's debate when he cited an obscure city position as a reason for overhauling Minneapolis' regulatory code. Did you know you can get a job in the city of Minneapolis as a wine inspector?
Candidates Might Step Back From Ed Board by Thomas MacMillan Apr 1, 2013 8:29 am Please enter the word you see in the image below: Mayoral candidates Justin Elicker and Gary Holder-Winfield say they believe so strongly in the ideal of an independent
Examiner File Photo A flier for a community meeting about Polk Street's nightlife scene asked: Is Nob Hill a new Las Vegas? After months of debate, the proposed ban on new bars along a popular stretch of Polk Street appears headed for approval. In
Mencken If the moral theologians in practice among us were engined by anything properly describable as apostolic zeal, they would be giving over a large part of their time, in these apocalyptic days, to teaching their catechumens how to drink. For it
March 28, 2013 The Epoch Times asked Bay Area locals what they think about a proposal to extend the time alcohol can be served in California from 2 a.m. to 4 a.m. State Senator Mark Leno recently introduced legislation that would allow communities in
The Albany Tap Room finally opened on March 8, culminating a process that took nearly two years. The brew pub at 747 San Pablo Ave. saw lines out the door on its first day, according to manager/beer guy Saed Toloui. "It was amazing," Toloui said. "It