Bexar Tonics: the latest cocktail mixer in San Antonio

If it hadn’t been for the pandemic, Bexar tonics maybe still just a hobby. But after Matt McLaughlin was put on leave from the restaurant industry in the spring of 2020 due to COVID-19, he and his wife Maray McChesney agreed to transform the tonic syrup recipes he had concocted …

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My birthday wish comes true

Columnist with FDCP National Registry registrants at Quezon City Hall vaccination site. They say life begins at 40. If you’ve asked me for it in the past, it means having a bigger party than my usual ones. So, before the pandemic, I had initially planned something big to mark this …

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The new town hall takes shape | News, Sports, Jobs

Submitted Art A rendering by JLG provides an example of what the old Wells Fargo building might look like after a town hall renovation. It includes glass panels to add more daylight to the building. Plans for a new town hall are moving forward with Minot city council’s approval of …

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Mixing Vaccines Not a Problem, Niagara Public Health Says

FREE DIGITAL ACCESS: The Niagara Dailies have made a decision to provide free digital access to some local coronavirus articles. If you value good journalism, subscribe to stcatharinesstandard.ca or niagara.ca falls notice or bienettribune.ca for unlimited access to all articles. Niagara Region Public Health took to social media this week …

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Globe Theater brings back previously canceled events

Breadcrumb Links Theater Music Local arts This weekend, the Globe Theater artistic residency program re-establishes a series of events canceled in Wave Three. Author of the article: Gillian francois Sierra Haynes, left, and Aren Okemaysim stand at the entrance to Victoria Park in Regina, Saskatchewan. The couple have been part …

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