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As summer nears and vacation planning gears up, South Florida hotels and attractions are rolling out promotions to woo locals and other Floridians through their doors to help boost business during the typically slower tourist season. With the economy...
TidewaterBizThe beer of a new Hampton Roads craft brewing company started appearing in Peninsula bars and restaurants in March. Smartmouth Brewing Co. started brewing in Norfolk in October last year and recently signed an agreement with M. Price Distributing Co. in...
David Waldemar Gjerde, a retired Procter & Gamble executive who became a restaurant investor and consultant to his sons, Spike and Charlie, died of a heart attack May 2 at his Cockeysville home. He was 75. Born in Mankato, Minn., he was the son of...
Re "After ER trip, it's hospital bill shock," Column, May 10 and "Medical rates range off the chart," May 9 David Lazarus' column on a child's dog bite that resulted in an emergency room bill of $1,721.75 exposes a flaw in the business of healthcare....
DineEquity Inc. isn't a name that would be familiar to most people, but they've probably eaten at one of the Glendale company's well-known restaurant chains: Applebee's and IHOP. The first International House of Pancakes opened in 1958 in Toluca Lake, a...
Tags: IHOP Corporation, Stuart Pfeifer
The Oakwood sign on the roof is gone, but many people still associate that name with the building at 77 W. Huron Street, near the intersection of Clark Street in Chicago. Now called west77 Apartments, the 25-story tower has been transformed from a...
A true downtown revival takes more than a couple of glitzy, high-rise office buildings. It also requires a careful rehabilitation of the exiting real estate to create a sense of place amid the concrete, mirrored glass and steel. That's the approach...
If Mom is a frozen yogurt fan, you're in luck. A Mother's Day freebie means she can have 6 ounces of yogurt or sorbet plus toppings on the house at TCBY. "No strings attached," vows TCBY's interim Chief Executive Neal Courtney in a news release....
Winter Garden will ban outdoor bars in its historic downtown if city commissioners approve a proposed ordinance regulating sidewalk cafes. The new rules, introduced Thursday at a city commission meeting, would allow downtown restaurants to serve...
South Bend TribuneGRANGER -- Katie Haynie browsed a menu at Tony Sacco's with her husband sitting across the table and holding her smiling 10-month-old daughter Penelope, dressed in a checkered onesie. Haynie, a first-time mother, dined at the restaurant with her family...
The Better Business Bureau wants you to know that it's cleaned up its act in Los Angeles. The organization reached out to me this week to say that a new operation is up and running after the old BBB of the Southland was expelled in March after years...
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