Local lawmaker declares July Ice Cream Month

There has never been a better weather for ice cream in recent weeks and a local lawmaker is taking the opportunity to use this popular frozen treat to honor dairy farmers in the area. Democratic MP Marianne Buttenschon announced on Thursday that she would declare July, at least in her …

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Apple macOS 12 Monterey preview

The public beta of macOS 12 Monterey, Apple’s next big version of macOS, is now available for download. The operating system has the same general appearance as its predecessor, macOS 11 Big Sur, but it brings new features and a number of changes to Apple’s most popular services. Before getting …

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How to Make B Smith’s Classic Dish – Robb Report

To write his James Beard Award winning book The Jemima code, journalist and historian Toni Tipton-Martin has studied two centuries of African-American cookbooks to understand their impact on cooking in America. As a continuation of this story, the Julia Child Prize 2021 the recipient adapted recipes from this cookbook cache …

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City of Toledo | Vision Zero Announcement

The city of Toledo has launched a community-wide initiative to eliminate traffic and pedestrian deaths, Mayor Wade Kapszukiewicz, Council Member Sam Melden and Transportation Commissioner Sean Burnett announced today. “Successful cities make sure they are walkable, safe for pedestrians and suitable for bicycles,” said Mayor Kapszukiewicz. “Today we are starting …

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Where to order Middle Eastern food in Bangkok

Bangkok’s craving for Middle Eastern cuisine is unlike any other. Grilled meats with a little char, a little garlic, the freshness of parsley and lemon juice, breads (oh breads!) Like no other. Here, we’ve rounded up some of the best places to get your fix of hummus, shawarma, tabbouleh, or …

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