Few American cities can claim a bar and drinking culture as intertwined with their mythologies as New Orleans. The port city is a fabled destination for its expert boozing and “go-cups” — the beloved alcoholic beverage served in a to-go cup, available for purchase at most of the 1,400 establishments
PALM BEACH, Fla., Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Analysts expect home improvement spending to reach $439.9 billion in 2020 – In the time of a global pandemic, there is indeed no place like home. As millions of Americans practice social distancing while working and learning remotely, the home has become
ROYAL PALM BEACH — Taking advantage of this prolonged stretch at home to make some changes to your surroundings?
TULSA, Okla. — Unemployment in Oklahoma decreases each week, but about 80,000 people are still without a job.
2 Works for You is highlighting a company that started small 42 years ago doing siding and windows. Now, as demand grew due to the coronavirus pandemic, business is booming.
Portions of Charles Street is going to be closed on Saturday for a “pedestrian takeover,” allowing for expanded outdoor shopping and dining amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Downtown Partnership of Baltimore helped orchestrate the “Charles Street Promenade” that closes portions of Charles Street from Saratoga Street to North Avenue from
“HQ’s are finished.”
That was the hot take this week from Chris Herd, founder and CEO of remote work setup startup Firstbase. After speaking with about 1,000 companies over the past six months, he estimates that many
HADDONFIELD, N.J., Oct. 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Darwin Capital Management Group of South Jersey has closed on the refinance of a significant portion of its real estate holdings, all of which are rental properties located in the Southern New Jersey submarket. The closing of the refinance occurred on Wednesday
In her late-career novel “Hudson River Bracketed,” Edith Wharton memorialized the landscape just north of New York City—the “precipitate plunge of many-tinted forest, the great sweep of the Hudson, and the cliffs on its other shore.” In Wharton’s time, upstate was where Manhattan’s wealthy migrated seasonally, taking trains to enormous
With fiscal second-quarter sales growth of 23.4%, it’s safe to say Home Depot (NYSE:HD) has performed quite well during the coronavirus pandemic. As an essential business, the home improvement behemoth was able to keep its doors open to serve the needs of millions of shoppers.
Its stock price has risen
The Saskatchewan real estate market is showing “encouraging signs,” says Saskatchewan Realtors Association chief executive officer Jason Yochim.
While the market appears to be in recovery mode, all eyes are on whether the recent uptick will be
“This is the crux move, keep me tight,” barked Crista from 60 feet above us, as she prepared for the biggest risk of the route. Lead climbing (without the safety of a rope secured to an anchor above her), the next few moves—a slabby foothold and a crimpy handhold by
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JUPITER — How can Jupiter allow restaurants to keep outdoor seats installed during the COVID-19 pandemic, even if it violates town code?
Jupiter Town Council members grappled with the question Tuesday night after an outpouring of concern for businesses during the meeting’s public comment
When the pandemic hit the U.S. in March, married couple “Zito” and Christin Zito were trying to figure
A new survey from States Title shows that stress levels and isolation have increased among real estate professionals, though most remain committed to their careers.
The coronavirus is forcing an “unprecedented” shift in the real estate business, according to a new survey, with industry professionals placing a higher importance on
Chefs are famously adept at working efficiently, changing things on the fly and adapting to new situations. Although often it’s the chefs of independent restaurants that are given credit for those skills, the research and development chefs at chain restaurants have had to flex those muscles this year as they
Popular bars which were forced to close their doors for more than four months due to the pandemic are facing opposition to their plans to boost their businesses by creating outside seating areas on a historic street.
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In June 2020, Revelry chef de cuisine Diane Lam and bartender David Sigal moved into the kitchen at Psychic, a tall Victorian house-turned-bar perched on Mississippi. The plan was to host their pop-up, Sunshine Noodles, in the patio space surrounding
Windswept leaves decorate the stage of the latest production by Philadelphia’s Grammy-winning choir, “The Crossing.” However, there is no stage at all.
In their next choir performance, they will plant socially-distant singers in the forest while
Anticipating strong demand to warm outdoor destinations this winter, American Airlines has added a seasonal flight between DFW International Airport and Daytona Beach International Airport in central Florida.
American Airlines plans to start the new seasonal service daily flight Dec. 17 and run it through April 5, part of a
The Park District has nine nature play spaces, with five more in the works. Like playgrounds, they are technically closed due to the coronavirus.
But some parents have been meeting up at parks for early childhood nature play groups — lifesavers for parents after months inside and the closest to