The fast food chain with a sold out fashion line

BRIGHTON, England—R&B singer Kelis praised her 2003 hit “Milkshake” to cheers at an open-air show about 50 miles south of London. The buzz wasn’t just about the music. Many came for the sausage rolls and especially for the sausage roll themed merchandise. The festivities were sponsored by fast food and bakery chain Greggsserving some 2.8 … Read more

The 6 best bars and restaurants for art lovers

Photo courtesy of Pied Piper “The creative process for a new menu always starts with the artwork,” says Tia Barrett, Esmé’s Chicago drinks director. For example, when Esmé’s rotating art exhibit included a three-part series by photographer Paul Octavious, she reflected the theme in the wine list. “I have exhibited the Grenache grape in three … Read more

San Antonio nonprofit honored by Bon Appetit magazine for mental health work with hospitality workers | Taste | San Antonio

Courtesy Photo / Saint City Culinary Foundation Saint City Culinary Foundation founder Joel Rivas speaks to a group. San Antonio’s Saint City Culinary Foundation and Heard Mental Wellbeing Program are recognized by Enjoy your dinner magazine as one of the five Heads of the Table for 2022. The honor is given to people and organizations … Read more

These 20 stocks in the S&P fell a staggering 21.5% in another brutal week for the market

Another difficult week for US equities ended with a fall in oil producer shares and a further decline in Ford Motor Co. due to supply shortage concerns. The S&P 500 SPX, -1.72% fell 1.7% on Friday for a one-week decline of 4.6% as investors continued to worry about the Federal Reserve’s rate hikes to dampen … Read more

Sona Home brings Priyanka Chopra Jonas’ Buzzy NYC Restaurant to you

Sona Home founder Priyanka Chopra Jonas would like Americans to associate more than just paisley with India. While the teardrop motif – that ADVERTISEMENT editor Sydney Gore recently predicted that it is ripe for a comeback – can be found on many Indian textiles, its origin is Persian. In addition, it was named by Europeans … Read more

How to manage your finances when inflation is high, interest rates continue to rise and research shows women’s financial well-being dips to its lowest level in five years

Hi, MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories. ‘No wonder consumer confidence has fallen’: Women’s financial well-being plunges to lowest level in five years, study finds Only 14% of women say they are prepared for a recession, compared to 30% of men, according to a survey by Ellevest, an investment platform for women. read more Weekend … Read more

Woman charged after two people were allegedly stabbed in the CBD

Brendan Rees | September 21, 2022 A 28-year-old woman has been charged with a series of offenses after two alleged stabbings took place in the CBD on September 8. Victoria Police said emergency services responded to reports of a stabbing during an attempted armed robbery at the intersection of Flinders and Downie streets around 5pm. … Read more

Historic pub gets a makeover after approval of $350 million redevelopment plan

A heritage-rated CBD pub, which was destroyed by fire earlier this year, will be revived with an additional 21-storey office tower to be built after a $350 million development plan is approved. Developer Hickory will work with Cox Architecture to restore the original façade and work with a hospitality partner to restore the 1915-built Kilkenny … Read more

Food Police Want Fun From Menu At NYC Restaurants

Say goodbye to foie gras, lobsters — and steer clear of Dunkin’s Boston Kreme donut while you’re at it. The taste police — oops, sorry, nutritional and environmental “scientists” — are back to wage war on our favorite foods. These intermittent campaigns by the nanny state to ban or deter us from almost anything worth … Read more

More than 120 CBD buildings and sites gain heritage protection in “monumental” planning change

More than 100 historic buildings in the CBD will receive permanent heritage protection in one of the largest assessments conducted in Victoria in more than two decades. In what has been hailed as a “monumental” amendment to the Melbourne Planning Scheme, heritage protection will be extended to 121 buildings and five sites within the Hoddle … Read more