Dinner & A Show: Cibare Italian Kitchen

cusineDinner & A Show: Cibare Italian Kitchen
At River City Casino in St. Louis, casino-goers now can get a taste of authentic Italian cuisine. Cibare translates as “to feed or nourish” from Italian, and Cibare Italian Kitchen opened in November following the recent debut of another dining option …
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Appetite for pizza and Italian food spikes in December, NPD Group reveals
When Britons eat out this Christmas, whether they are looking for simple food-on-the-go while shopping, a high street sit-down snack or meal, or a more formal dining occasion, many might have one thing on their mind: Pizza. Monthly visit figures over five …
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I had the ultimate Italian vacation — without eating a single slice of pizza
Yes, ice cream. It’s worshipped more than any other food, Sicilian or otherwise. Many even claim the dessert was invented on the Italian island. Licking their copa nostras (individual cups) at Pasticceria Recupero, a gelato haven, these men make me …
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These Colorized Photos Show a Century’s Evolution of Indy 500 Racing

sportThese Colorized Photos Show a Century’s Evolution of Indy 500 Racing
The first Indy 500 was held on May 30, 1911 The Indianapolis 500, which will be held on May 29 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, looks quite a bit different today than it did when the first race was held on May 30, 1911. That year, the formerly gravel-and …
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Samsung to Support Spencer Pigot and No. 20 Ed Carpenter Racing Entry in Remaining Verizon INDYCAR Series Races
WATKINS GLEN, N.Y.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Samsung, a multinational conglomerate company headquartered in Seoul, will support Spencer Pigot and his No. 20 Ed Carpenter Racing entry for the INDYCAR Grand Prix at the Glen and the GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma.
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Indy Car Racing Not Just on Tracks
Thank for your incisive “cut through the clutter” reviews of television spots in the L.A. Times. As a former ad agency account executive, I can relate. As a former marketing director for an Indy car team, however, I cannot relate to your stereotypical …
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Jaw-dropping rides from ‘supercar alley’ at the 2016 New York Auto Show

trendJaw-dropping rides from ‘supercar alley’ at the 2016 New York Auto Show
The latest and greatest from the world’s biggest automakers are always front and center at auto shows, especially New York. But right in the middle of the frenzy are some of the most exotic, luxurious, and technologically-advanced rides the world has …
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Room keys, car keys: Hotels indulge with exotic cars
Jack Ezon doesn’t need to be convinced that affluent travelers have become increasingly passionate about making exotic cars part of their trips. Ezon, the president of New York-based Ovation Vacations, was awakened at 4 a.m. one day last summer by one …
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5 Car Mods That Are Sure To Upset Purists
Not everyone can afford an exotic car. Friends don’t let friends by Fieros with ill-fitting Countach-esque body panels, but in defence of this genre, there are some custom kits that are properly well done. That makes no difference to most exotic car …
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VideoGaiden – the return of video gaming’s greatest TV show

trendVideoGaiden – the return of video gaming’s greatest TV show
The pair are shooting the extremely belated fourth season of VideoGaiden, the cult BBC video gameshow that originally wrapped up in 2008. While the likes of GamesMaster and Bad Influence! brought gaming culture to the mainstream in the 1990s and early …
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MSU-made ‘Tuebor’ video game uses AI to continually challenge its players
Video gaming is about to get a lot more interesting, thanks to a Michigan State University researcher and Strength in Numbers Studios Inc., the Lansing company he is working with. Arend Hintze, the researcher, is an assistant professor in integrative …
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Bushnell Council hears proposal for video gaming parlor
BUSHNELL — The financial backers behind a proposed video gaming parlor are ready to break ground — if the city can assure them of the liquor license that’s needed to obtain a video gambling license. Travis Hiel, of Hiel Enterprises and Hiel …
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See the rarest new cars and concepts at the Geneva auto show (pictures) – Roadshow

trendSee the rarest new cars and concepts at the Geneva auto show (pictures) – Roadshow
The Geneva auto show plays host to new, rare exotic cars and fascinating design concepts from Europe. See all the sights from the show in our photo gallery. Read Less. Bugatti Chiron. The star of this year’s Geneva auto show has to be the Bugatti …
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Back from bankruptcy Spyker at the Geneva Motor Show
Demand for the most exotic of automobiles is up in Africa, the Middle East and the US, but, at this year’s show, so is the choice on offer – from Alpina and Brabus, to the likes of Pigani, Koenigsegg and Zenvo. … It’s a car that they buy because it …
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Amelia’s Concours Du Jour: Classic field of beauties and beasts worthy of a trophy
A classic road tour around Amelia Island with many of the concours’ featured marque cars leaves from the hotel on Friday morning, while two seminars will be held inside and dozens of exotic new sports cars will be unveiled or driven at the event. This …
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Fishing Commission to talk monitoring, seafood show

cusineFishing Commission to talk monitoring, seafood show
The groundfish at-sea monitoring items involve a request from the Northeast Seafood Coalition for the commission to support the recent votes by the New England Fishery Management Council to reduce the level — and ultimately the cost — of at-sea …
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Jimmy’s Seafood & Steak is a hidden gem
Jimmy’s Seafood & Steak in Margaritaville Casino is a bit of a hidden gem. Facing the riverfront, Jimmy’s includes some tables with fine views of the river. The beautiful decor throughout the restaurant manages simultaneously to achieve contemporary …
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How Our Appetite for Seafood Is Killing Our Oceans
Several years ago scientists began predicting that the world’s seafood supply would collapse completely by the year 2050 if current rates of overfishing don’t change. But for most of us, even this dire warning conjures up nothing more serious than a …
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Last Best Show: Lenny Kravitz at the Pavilion

Lenny Kravitz performs on stage at the Hard Rock Rising Barcelona global music festival on Friday, July 24, 2015, at Platja del Forum in Barcelona, Spain. Hard Rock Rising Barcelona is Hard Rockís first global music festival activation in Spain. (Photo by Manuel Vidal/Invision for Hard Rock International/AP Images)

Last Best Show: Lenny Kravitz at the Pavilion
Kravitz and his funky, rocking band — three horn players, three backup singers/percussionists, a keyboard player and the core three of bassist Gail Ann Dorsey, drummer Cindy Blackman Santana and supreme guitarist Craig Ross — launched into …
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Joshua Abrams Magnetoception
Active as both a sideman and a bandleader, Magnetoception is the third record on which he is accompanied by a variable group of like-minded players, and also the tertiary collection of material to be centred on Abrams’ guimbri, a North African bass lute.
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GEOFF TATE’s OPERATION: MINDCRIME: New Song ‘Hearing Voices’ Streaming
Joining Tate on “The Key” are a hard-hitting cast of familiar faces and new collaborators: bass players David Ellefson (MEGADETH) and John Moyer (DISTURBED, ADRENALINE MOB), drummers Simon Wright (AC/DC), Scott Mercado (CANDLEBOX) and …
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Carly Rae Jepsen at the Troubadour: 5 thoughts on her ‘Emotion’ release show

musicCarly Rae Jepsen at the Troubadour: 5 thoughts on her ‘Emotion’ release show
Jepsen, of course, is the Canadian singer responsible for “Call Me Maybe,” the viral 2012 smash whose global success seemed all but certain to turn Jepsen into a one-hit wonder. … In person, Jepsen stayed true to the album’s slick Reagan-era sound.
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Practicing with Ustad Nusrat was scary: Rahat Fateh Ali Khan
However, the Pakistani singer found himself embroiled in a legal battle when he was detained at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport in 2011 for allegedly possessing undeclared foreign currency. As a result … I feel that Salman bhai is a …
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Van Morrison: 30 essential songs
Van Morrison, one of the greatest artists in music history, is in the Grammy Hall of Fame, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriters Hall of Fame. In a career spanning more than 50 years he has recorded some of the greatest albums ever made, …
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Country music rookie Austin Webb set for San Bernardino show

musicCountry music rookie Austin Webb set for San Bernardino show
The 26-year-old country music rising star has been on the road for the past 12 years navigating the obstacles of his music career on independent record label Streamsound. “My voice went out last week in Ohio,” Webb said in a phone interview. “I don’t …
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Tim McGraw named headliner for 2016 Carolina Country Music Fest
CHARLOTTE, NC (August 25, 2015) – On the heels of releasing the dates for the highly anticipated return of the Carolina Country Music Fest (CCMF), Full House Productions (FHP) announces Tim McGraw as the first headlining artist to take the stage during …
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Country music hall honors ‘one of a kind’
“Flyin’ Saucers Rock and Roll: The Cosmic Genius of Sam Phillips,” takes an in-depth look at the Florence native’s genre-defying work as a record producer and as a rugged individualist who wasn’t confined by the social and racial barriers of his time.
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Local jazz festival occasion to show world ‘we’re anti-xenophobic’

musicLocal jazz festival occasion to show world ‘we’re anti-xenophobic’
Apart from new jazz acts from all over the world, the artists performing at the festival include R&B and soul singer Peabo Bryson, South African Afro-fusion band Stimela, South African singer Vusi Mahlasela and Zimbabwean singer Oliver Mtukudzi. Jazz …
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Bruce Lundvall: Record company executive who was rejected by Blue Note as a
Lundvall played a crucial role in getting the label to release Hancock’s groundbreaking Headhunters electric jazz-fusion album, encouraged Springsteen on his breakthrough Born To Run album and in 1979 created the Havana Jam Festival that took …
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Jazz Listings for May 22-28
Terence Blanchard E-Collective (Wednesday through May 31) The trumpeter and composer Terence Blanchard has a new album, “Breathless,” that represents both his plunge into electric fusion and his foray into sociopolitical protest. (Its title refers to …
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