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SARASOTA- Developers confirm five new restaurants, coming to the University Town Center, slated to open October 16, 2014:
DALIAN, China--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec 6, 2013--Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE: HOT) today announced the debut of its sizzling Aloft® brand in Dalian, the financial center and leading port city of northeast China. Owned by Dalian Yifang Group Co., Ltd., which also owns The Castle Hotel, A Luxury Collection Hotel Dalian, Aloft Dalian is the sixth Aloft hotel to open in China, featuring 314 spacious, loft-like rooms, an urban design aesthetic, live music performances, and an active social scene.
Chef Judi Gallagher
(BPT) - Finding the perfect gift for a loved one can be difficult at any time of year, but no time places more stress on finding a great gift than Christmas. It goes beyond finding the “perfect” gift for special days and holidays to giving something that reflects your affection or appreciation for the gifts you’ve received over time from that individual.
BIG PINE KEY, Fla. (AP) — Authorities have identified the victims of a Florida Keys murder-suicide as Texas couple with a criminal past.
REDMOND, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov 11, 2013--Norwegian Cruise Line and Nintendo of America announced today that they are expanding their partnership to offer Wii U ™ video game systems and Wii U games fleetwide. As part of the partnership expansion, the line will feature Nintendo’s newest video game console in all ships’ atriums and youth and teen centers. In addition, the new HD Wii U systems will be featured at various competitions and events on board each ship.
(BPT) - The hectic holidays can mean hurried cooks, frantic trips to the grocery store and chaotic menu planning. But it doesn’t have to – with some tried and true solutions for easy entertaining, you can reduce your stress and set up a holiday party guaranteed to impress guests from near or far.
NEW YORK, N.Y. (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- If you are what you eat, you could be having an identity crisis. Foods we eat every day are packed with things that aren’t supposed to be there. It’s called food fraud and it’s a growing problem. In Europe, products sold as beef contained 100 percent horse meat. In Asia, rat meat was being labeled as lamb—and fraud is running rampant in the U.S. seafood industry as well. In fact, the top five foods are something many of us eat regularly. These faux foods may be putting us all in danger.
(BPT) - Girls’ night out is a rite of passage, a time to celebrate friendships and embrace life. Preparing for a big night on the town is often as much fun as the actual outing.
Listen people, it was another busy weekend in Sarasota, plus we had some celebrity sightings this past week.
France's presidential chef retiring after four decades of service.
(BPT) - When you’re brain-storming holiday menus, do lovingly roasted turkeys with all the trimmings and decadent cookies dance alongside the peppermint and sugarplums in your visions? Certain flavors and foods are strongly associated with the holiday season – seafood, however, isn’t always among those favored dishes. But it could be! The right seasonings and a dash of creativity – along with historically low prices on well-loved options like lobster – could make seafood a centerpiece of your holiday menus.
Hook holiday guests with these secrets of serving seafood
VENICE, Fla. - If you live in mid or south Sarasota County, you now have some new heath care options. Sarasota Memorial Hospital has opened up a new urgent care facility just a mile from Venice Regional Medical Center.
Those with Sarasota Memorial Hospital say they are already seeing around 75 patients per day at their new urgent care facility in Venice.
VENICE, FL - Sarasota Memorial Hospital opened a new urgent care site in south county this month.
Chef Pete Arpke, Beach Bistro
It's a day many have been waiting for. The start of Stone crab season.
It's the first day of stone crab season and already locals are dining on the Florida delicacy.
From 2005. This colorized scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicted a flagellated Vibrio vulnificus bacterium; Mag. 26367x.
Vibrio vulnificus is a bacterium in the same family as those that cause cholera. It normally lives in warm seawater and is part of a group of vibrios that are called "halophilic" because they require salt. V. vulnificus can cause disease in those who eat contaminated seafood or have an open wound that is exposed to contaminated seawater. Among healthy people, ingestion of V. vulnificus can cause vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain. In immunocompromised persons, particularly those with chronic liver disease, V. vulnificus can infect the bloodstream, causing a severe and life-threatening illness characterized by fever and chills, decreased blood pressure (septic shock), and blistering skin lesions. V. vulnificus bloodstream infections are fatal about 50% of the time.