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Could giving power to local government solve the Sunday liquor sales conundrum?

Another year, another attempt to overturn the ban on Sunday liquor sales.

It’s a law that causes frustration to Minnesota shoppers, but which industry leaders argue could end up hitting small business owners in the pocket. 227 more words


Calorie Counts are Now Mandatory on Chain Menus & Vending Machines

Today the Food and Drug Administration finalized two rules that mandate calorie counts must be listed on all menus and menu boards for chain restaurants (those with 20 or more locations), vending machines and similar retail food establishments. 106 more words

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Eat your selfie

Boomf lets you print your Instagram, Facebook. or Desktop photos on marshmallows. They ship worldwide.

Next time you are looking for a special gift? a card? 27 more words


Pardon us, Tom, but there's no amnesty for turkeys in Minnesota

It was actually a hen, not a tom, that posed for photos with Gov. Mark Dayton in a Thanksgiving-time ritual. But she’s not getting off the hook, either. 245 more words


Cardiff on Path to Become the World's First Sustainable Fish City

Schoolchildren, university students, hospital patients and NHS staff across Cardiff will now be able to choose sustainable fish dishes at meal times, as part of a campaign to make Cardiff the world’s first “Sustainable Fish City”. 322 more words


The White House Names Its First-Ever Female Pastry Chef

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Just in time to work on the elaborate holiday gingerbread house, Susan E. Morrison has just been named the new executive pastry chef at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, the first time a woman has been appointed to that position. 232 more words