Month: February 2019

After A Minnesota Snowfall, This Man Shoveled His Neighbor’s Snow — He’s Also 101

We all know that the U.S. was just rocked by Winter Storm Jonas, and it left much of the Northeast paralyzed. But we also have to remember that the Midwest has been experiencing heavy snowfall for weeks now. As you can imagine, people throughout the country have really become one with their shovels over the …

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San Francisco inexpensive eats: Foodie clears the fog on where to run

( CNN) Seeing the best culinary bite for the buck is a challenge in any food-obsessed town with a reputation for toppling even the healthiest dining budget. Take San Francisco. No surprise that “the worlds largest” foodie mecca is home to a recent over-the-counter restaurant trend( dubbed “fast fancy” by the San Francisco Chronicle) where …

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Indian physicians protest against plan to let’ quacks’ practise medicine

Indian Medical Association says short bridging courses for traditional healers will lead to army of half-baked doctors Indian doctors have accused the government of seeking to “sanction quackery” by proposing to allow homeopaths and others trained in alternative remedies to practise conventional medicine after taking a bridging course. Doctors at private hospitals held protests on …

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The 21 st-century Hollywood: how Silicon Valley became the world’s tendency capital

Forget Los Angeles. If “youre supposed to” get rich and famous fast, in anything from food to fashion, San Francisco is the place to be. But will handing that various kinds of power to a new global elite come at a price? The strangest thing about Bulletproof Coffee isn’t stirring a pellet of grass-fed butter …

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East Germany’s old mines transferred to new lake district

Despite a 2.2 bn regeneration programme, the Lusatian Lake District project, on land once occupied by the GDRs industrial heartland, remains relatively unknown to non-east Germans. So we took a tour This was once one of the dirtiest areas in East Germany, says Sren, my tour guide from IBA Tours, as our bikes swoosh through …

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