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Mouth-Watering Sausage Recipes We Bet You Haven’t Tried

  Mouth-Watering Sausage Recipes We Bet You Haven’t Tried By Adrian T. Cheng Sausages are a lot like hot dogs – they’re comfort food, easily prepared and most of all, versatile. While they’re good eaten alone, they taste even better on a dish. These well-loved piece of meat are mostly consumed during breakfast, but they can also be used as…

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Topgolf Tees Off Construction Of New Venue Serving Durham & Raleigh

Topgolf to be part of major development as it prepares to open third venue in North Carolina Topgolf Entertainment Group, a global sports and entertainment company, announced today it has officially kicked off development efforts for a new venue to serve all communities of the Durham and Raleigh areas in North Carolina. Construction on the new, three-level, 102-bay venue is underway and is projected to…

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EPA−estimated 42 MPG city! All−new Ford Maverick Hybrid is now America’s most fuel−efficient hybrid pickup

The all-new 2022 Ford Maverick Hybrid – the first standard hybrid pickup in America – officially has an EPA-estimated rating of 42 miles per gallon in the city The first Maverick Hybrid pickups are expected to start shipping in December with customer deliveries expected to start in January, arriving with an EPA-estimated rating of 37 mpg combined and an EPA-estimated…

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DoorDash Partners with America’s Top Diverse Business Organizations

The Partnership Aims to Promote Diverse Businesses and Economic Development Across the Country  DoorDash, one of the nation’s leading last-mile logistics platform, has partnered with The National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC), the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC), the United States Black Chamber of Commerce (USBCC), and the Asian/Pacific Islander American Chamber of Commerce and Entrepreneurship (National ACE)…

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Highly Anticipated Film Adaptation Of Bestselling Novel ‘REDEEMING LOVE’ Set For January 21, 2022 Release

‘REDEEMING LOVE’ Reveals Official Trailer and Key Art LOS ANGELES, Oct. 19, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Nthibah Pictures, Mission Pictures and Pinnacle Peak Pictures announce the release date of the highly-anticipated film REDEEMING LOVE, distributed by Universal Pictures in U.S. and Canadian theaters for January 21, 2022. Directed by D.J. Caruso (xXx: RETURN OF XANDER CAGE), it stars Abigail Cowen (“Fate: The Winx Saga,” “Sabrina”), Tom Lewis (GENTLEMAN JACK), Logan…

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CineSpace 2021 Short Film Competition Finalists announced

NASA and the Houston Cinema Arts Society are announcing the finalists of the 7th Annual CineSpace International Short Film Competition. The short film competition is a collaboration between the two organizations that provides filmmakers around the world the opportunity to share works inspired by actual NASA imagery. On Monday, Oct. 11, 2021, the Houston Cinema Arts Festival program launched with clips of…

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Mysterious Stephen King Novel Adaptation MUTE Calls On Sins And Confession In A Suspenseful 22-Minute Short

(London, UK) – October 20th, 2021. The London Rocks Film Festival will be hosting the World Premiere of Stephen King’s MUTE short film adaptation directed by Kyle Dunbar and starring veteran actor Andrew Bee. Bee exudes gravitas and mystery in the leading role of Monette, a recently separated book salesman who confides his grim story to both a priest and…

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Henry Cejudo’s Arthouse Boxing Film Lands Theatrical Release!

Olympic Gold Medalist and UFC Flyweight & Bantamweight Champion Henry Cejudo Eyes Oscar Gold As The Award-Winning Executive Producer of IN FULL BLOOM Available In Theaters and On-Demand Today. LOS ANGELES — IN FULL BLOOM, the award-winning feature film Executive Produced by Olympic Gold Medalist and UFC Flyweight and Bantamweight Champion Henry Cejudo is available today in select Theatres and On-Demand (Amazon, iTunes, Vudu,…

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Chinese Food, American Style

  Chinese Food, American Style By Dale Phillip It is often a standing joke that what Americans consider to be Chinese food is totally of our own making, and cooks and diners in China would find them completely foreign (like chop suey–what on earth is that?). But somewhere along the line, Chinese food was adapted from our Asian immigrants, Americanized…

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