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Blog: Should screaming kids be banned from restaurants?

Watch above: After enacting a ban on “small screaming children,” a Cape Breton restaurant has found itself at the centre of a nationwide discussion on allowing children into restaurants. 632 more words


Successfully Cutting Cable

Three things that have traditionally kept people tied to cable: sports, kids’ programming, and addictions to shows such as Game of Thrones that were only available with a pay TV service. 279 more words

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Why Many People Are Embracing The New "Sharing Economy"

Things are changing… fast, and a lot of people have differing opinions about what the future of work holds. There is, however, an uprising of change that no one can deny is getting bigger and bigger. 457 more words


Apple talking with Canadian banks to launch Apple Pay this fall: report

TORONTO – The Wall Street Journal says Apple Inc. is taking steps towards launching its mobile payments service in Canada this fall.

The paper’s unidentified sources said Apple is looking at November for a potential Canadian launch of Apple Pay. 39 more words


Psychology of colour

There is more to colour than what meets the eye. Colour can represent an array of things to the viewer. To make things more difficult, a colour can have many different meanings to people, for example, in china red is associated with luck, however in the west, red is often the colour used to represent the Devil – Evil. 81 more words


View from D.C. of St. Louis Craft Beer Scene: Some of Best in Nation

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Schlafly’s delivery trucks say they hail from “America’s craft beer capital,” and, as KMOX’s Michael Calhoun found it, it’s a tagline that might actually ring true. 213 more words