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Courant Staff WriterThe Thanksgiving holiday was over, and Jim Smith marveled at how well the construction of Mortgage Lenders Network's new, sprawling corporate campus in Wallingford was coming together. As MLN's chief of facilities and construction, Smith was pleased...
Special to Metromix8:30 p.m., Rocky Run At 8:30 p.m. we were standing in the middle of Rocky Run. A quick head count revealed 30 attendees (35 by night's end), which confused me. Could the Charles Village pub crawl be the biggest and brightest of all the dazzling drunken...
FAU Sports | Sun-Sentinel BlogsAt The Oxley, where everyone is spitting and gargling to try and get the taste of TGTWNBMA out of their mouths. ???I am not going to weep about it. Sunday I wanted to get back on the field right......
Tags: Alcoholic Beverages, Kevin Miller
South Florida Sun-SentinelThe news from the Brewers Association was big. During the first half of this year, sales of craft beer hit an all-time high. The 1,428-member trade group of small, independent or traditional brewers also reported that their sales were up 11 percent,...
Tags: Shipbuilding, Homes, Lifestyle and Leisure, Miramar, Yuengling
Tribune staff reporterFirst impressions: Rosangelas is a throwback to those wonderful, old-time Italian pizzerias you grew up with. Its vintage neon pizza sign out front alerts hungry visitors cruising 95th Street. Inside, the wood-paneled dining room has booths and tables...
The Associated PressUnusual can be fascinating, but not necessarily profitable. The past few years are littered with mutual fund innovation gone bad. Sometimes it is the portfolio that just doesn't cooperate. The Golf Mutual Fund whiffed. The Westcott Nothing But Net...
Tribune staff reporterFrom here on out, when they talk about "The Drive" in Plano, they won't be talking about the NFL. The Reapers punctuated a dominating performance with a 12-minute-6-second, 19-play, 80-yard drive that led to Plano's final touchdown in a 32-7 rout of...
Tribune restaurant criticThe two people sitting across from me at Koda are young locals who have money to spend (their favorite steakhouse is Ruth's Chris) and somewhat sophisticated palates (this night, she's red wine with meat, he's Heineken with fish). In short, they are...
Travel Editor"How's your fish?" I was having dinner at a waterfront restaurant, my first evening in Bonaire, and the question from the man at the next table didn't surprise me. The island has been attracting people interested in fish ever since the rakish Don Stewart...
Tags: Key Largo, Radio Industry, Salt, Fishing, Andruw Jones
I don't know if you're familiar with the Heineken walk in fridge commercial. It's about this couple who shows their new house to their friends. The ladies go wild over a big walk-in closet, and then they hear the guys scream in the next room - because...
The 33 NewsThe sagging economy hasn't affected affected alcohol sales. Americans are still drinking. But what they're drinking is changing. Like many people Cornell Green enjoys an occasional beer. Today he's choosing Budweiser. It's $1.79 cheaper than his usual...
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