Seattle’s Next Hot Chefs 2017

Seattle’s Next Hot Chefs 2017
It’s quiet when Chris Hoey arrives for work. Maybe his boss is playing music, but otherwise there’s little to distract him—he doesn’t even get reliable cell service inside the Capitol Hill restaurant’s kitchen. Mornings start the same way: making …
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Chefs & Dive Bars: Brent Young on Pittsburgh’s Gooski’s
There may be no more perfect relationship than that of chefs and dive bars. For Brent Young, founder of Brooklyn shop The Meat Hook and culinary partner at Whitfield at the Ace Hotel Pittsburgh, the dive bar romance began in his twenties at Gooski …
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Acclaimed One Off Chefs Bringing California Cuisine to River North
Out with Tavernita, in with Pacific Standard Time. Ashok Selvam One Off Hospitality’s Terry Alexander collects coasters and that hobby—plus a trip to California—helped give Publican chef Cosmo Goss and Nico Osteria chef Erling Wu-Bower the new name …
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What’s Really Next for Apple in Television

What’s Really Next for Apple in Television
I’ve finally cracked it! Steven P. Jobs, co-founder of Apple, told his biographer, Walter Isaacson. Although Mr. Jobs was referring to Apple’s plans to build a full-fledged television, he was not actually referring to the TV set, which is how the …
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What Is the Future of Television?
Once upon a time, the entertainment industry had discreet business segments that rarely overlapped. If you wanted to see a movie (and this week’s newsreel), you went to the corner cinema. If you wanted to watch television (on one of just three national …
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Has Social Media Changed Television?
Originally, analysts predicted that the rise in Internet usage would decrease the amount of time people spent watching TV. However, Eggo Muller says that this didn’t turn out to be the case. The Internet and social media have actually enhanced TV …
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Sights and sounds from BYU football spring camp: ‘It’s time to get going for next year’

Sights and sounds from BYU football spring camp: ‘It’s time to get going for next year’
PROVO – With snow blanketing the roads outside, the BYU football team hit the Indoor Practice Facility field on Monday morning for the Cougars’ first practice of spring camp. BYU, starting its second full season under Kalani Sitake’s coaching staff, will …
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Mississippi State capitalizes on Ole Miss turmoil, signs head coach Dan Mullen to an extension
Mississippi State Bulldogs head football coach Dan Mullen signed a multi-year extension yesterday to keep him in Starkville, MS through the 2020 season. Mississippi State’s Dan Mullen receives 4-year extension thru February 2021. He will earn $ 4.5 …
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WATCH: Texas Longhorns RB Chris Warren rehab feature
Texas Longhorns running back Chris Warren III couldn’t have asked for a better start to his collegiate career. Warren set a Texas freshman record with 276 yards and four touchdowns against Texas Tech at the end of the 2015 season. In his first start.
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Lorenzo Romar’s fate likely tied to next recruiting class

sportLorenzo Romar’s fate likely tied to next recruiting class
Two basketball programs. Two levels. Two drastically different directions. Program No. 1 is Washington, a team that sits 7-7 overall and 0-2 in conference after an 83-61 loss to Oregon on Wednesday. The Huskies have the likely No. 1 NBA draft pick in …
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Bobby Hurley seeking ways to keep thin ASU roster fresh
Arizona State proved in the opening week of Pac-12 men’s basketball play that it can compete, at least with unranked teams, even on the road. But the margin for error is slim, and to win, the Sun Devils will be forced to play to the wire. They held off …
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Vote for Your Favorite NCAA Coach to Raise Money in the “INFINITI Coaches’ Charity Challenge”
48 NCAA® basketball coaches compete to raise $ 349,000 for local charities Fan votes determine winners with winning coach receiving a $ 100,000 donation from INFINITI Seventh year of the INFINITI Coaches’ Charity Challenge tipped off January 2 INFINITI is …
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The Robotics Revolution: The Next Great Leap in Manufacturing

trendThe Robotics Revolution: The Next Great Leap in Manufacturing
Wider robotics adoption will boost manufacturing productivity by up to 30 percent. As a result of higher robotics use, average manufacturing labor costs are projected to be 33 percent lower in South Korea and 18 to 25 percent lower in China, Germany, the …
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Key Trends in Robotics Development
Advances in hardware and software, from new processing paradigms to design and simulation, are changing the robotics landscape. Robots these days come in many shapes and sizes. Tough but nimble industrial robots on manufacturing lines do the heavy lifting …
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Developing America’s Next Leaders Through Robotics
In the world of high profile sports, we think about superstars, big scores, and supersized contracts. From high school through college all the way to the pros, kids dream of being a superstar. It’s less about team, and more often about “me.”
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Ford will add a ‘mini SUV’ and electric crossover in the next four years

?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Ford will add a ‘mini SUV’ and electric crossover in the next four years
Ford is gearing up for an onslaught of the crossover kind. With the 2016 Chicago Auto Show as its stage, the company’s vice president of marketing, sales, and service, Mark LaNeve, announced that four new SUVs are coming to market in the next four years.
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What Used Equipment Has Bucked Lower Price Trends?
Auction prices have shown some signs of holding, but Q4 2015 was the first time since 2002 when auction prices went lower in the fourth quarter, Machinery Pete divulged to attendees of his “Trends in Used Equipment Values” seminar at the 2016 National …
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Technavio Announces Top Three Emerging Trends Impacting the Global Electric
LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Technavio’s latest report on the global electric insulator market provides an analysis on the most important trends expected to impact the market outlook through 2020. Technavio defines an emerging trend as a factor that has …
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Injected electronics: The next wave of wearable tech?

trendInjected electronics: The next wave of wearable tech?
Forget Google Glass and that Fitbit you used to wear; the ultimate in wearable computing isn’t worn on your body, but embedded within it. With chips physically inserted into your body either attached to nerves or placed into muscles or skin, a new form …
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Everything Lenovo and Motorola unveiled today at Europe’s biggest electronics
The holidays are just around the corner — not really — and Lenovo/Motorola took the stage at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin today to unveil its next generation of computers, tablets, phones, and smartwatches. Here’s everything the …
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Deputies: Man broke into home with rifle, stole electronics
The man held residents at gunpoint, then ran away with their electronics, sheriff’s spokeswoman Lourdes Clayton said. None of the residents were injured, Clayton said. The residents did not see which direction the man ran toward. The man looked like he …
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The Search for New York Philharmonic’s Next Maestro

musicThe Search for New York Philharmonic’s Next Maestro
Early in 2001, during the final phase of the New York Philharmonic’s hapless, embarrassingly leaky three-year search to find a successor to Kurt Masur as music director, the players of the orchestra were granted unusual input into the deliberations.
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Remembering orchestra advocate Lee Henderson
“Lee was very much a free thinker in orchestra matters and also very much in the forefront,” wrote SOSM’s Jon Eisenberg, in an e-mail. “He was not affiliated with Save Our Symphony Minnesota or, to my knowledge, with any other orchestra groups.
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Review: Cleveland Women’s Orchestra’s 80th Anniversary Concert at Severance
Violinist Michael Ferri, who played the Bruch concerto with the Cleveland Women’s Orchestra in 2012, returned to help celebrate the 80th anniversary of that ensemble with the Tchaikovsky concerto on Sunday, April 26 in Severance Hall. Under the …
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