FERNDALE, Mich., Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, Valentine Distilling Co. has focused on keeping its customers and Michiganders safe while enjoying Valentine’s world-class whiskey, gin, and vodka. As Michigan prepares for winter, Valentine Distilling Co. is embracing the cold and launching the
Southcoast Health has already served hundreds with outdoor tents
NEW BEDFORD — The Center for Disease Control and Prevention announced its flu vaccination campaign kickoff on Oct. 1 and local hospitals are jumping in and taking action through flu clinics.
Linda Hevenor, vice president of clinical operations for Southcoast Health,
Autumn weather so far is resembling summer, other than the brief cold snap last month.
Along with recent 80-degree days, there are dangerous fires still burning in parts of the state. The city of Fort Collins is on water restrictions because of drought, the Cameron Peak fire and the maintenance
Restaurants in Chicago have a few new ways to continue offering outdoor dining, despite the cold winter months ahead.
On Thursday, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced that three design entries made it to the final round of the city’s Winter Dining Challenge.
Those designs will be developed into prototypes and
NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — A plan to help restaurants in Norfolk survive the winter months is moving forward.
With the coronavirus pandemic, more people are turning to outdoor dining, but because of the cold temperatures some worry business at restaurants in the mermaid city may plummet. Now they’re hoping federal
The program was set to expire Nov. 1, but PBOT extended the program through March after owners told the city they wanted permits to help get them through winter.
PORTLAND, Ore — The city of Portland is extending its program that allows businesses to use space on sidewalks and streets
Governor Murphy announced the reopening of indoor dining today, is everybody okay with it? We hit the streets to find out.
There’s a big question looming over the restaurant industry: What will happen when the weather gets too cold for outdoor dining?
For now, diners are — for
COVID-19 makes indoor gatherings more difficult, typically a viable solution to weathering Vermont winters. Now Burlington’s City Council is considering a resolution to allow outdoor fires in the upcoming months.
Finding pandemic-safe past times has been relatively
Preparing a property for winter involves putting away lawn furniture, raking leaves and removing any annual plants that have shriveled up and spent the last of their energy. It can be tempting to want to clean up completely and leave a blank slate in the yard. But by
Gardens provide an idyllic escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. In fact, many gardening enthusiasts typically cannot wait for the spring thaw so they can spend the next several months tending to their plants under the warm sun. But a gardener’s work is never truly
There are some manual garden tools you just can’t live without, like this varied tranche of horticultural essentials.
During the course of spring and summer we’ll be adding new products to this ever-expanding list of our favourite
GRAND RAPIDS, MI — Outdoor fires, tents, heaters, canopies and more could be coming to Grand Rapids streets as the city looks to keep its open-air street dining open through the winter.
ASHEVILLE – Outdoor spaces have become a fixture of restaurants during the pandemic, as customers filled sidewalk tents and parking lot picnic tables as an alternative to dining in lowered-capacity dining rooms.
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
There is a chill in the air! Autumn is here, and winter is on its way. As we enter this new season, folks are beginning or continuing home and garden improvement projects.
“Business has been pretty busy in recent weeks,” said Bill Newman, president of Oxford Lumber. “We saw a
For many people, backyard gathering with friends and family this summer was the safest way to meet amid COVID-19 recommendations.
As Winnipeggers get ready for colder temperatures to hit, outdoor furniture businesses have been overwhelmed with customers asking for anything that will keep the backyard open a
The Greenhouse at Coconut Club. Photograph courtesy of Coconut Club.
Winter is coming—no longer a Game of Thrones cliche, but a real mantra of dread for many bar and restaurant owners who have been scraping by during the pandemic with the help of outdoor spaces. In addition to private patios
A decade ago I lived in Chicago, and my life up to that point had not prepared me for the city’s particular brand of winter cold. I’d wear fleece pajamas under my jeans some days to tame the wind whipping off Lake Michigan. On more than one occasion I found
As wildfire smoke swept over the Island, summer departed with unseemly haste.
On a very hot afternoon around two weeks ago, my potluck group of six met for the second time on the back lawn. We positioned ourselves, as before, two metres apart, facing the garden. Each of us brought