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fans flock to oak grill, skyroom as 113-year minneapolis tradition ends


eat & drink411989505 as macy's prepares to close its downtown minneapolis location in march, its oak grill and skyroom restaurants are shutting their doors today. by micah emmel-duke january 27, 2017 — 1:39pm






fans flock to oak grill, skyroom as 113-year minneapolis tradition ends


president donald trump says his halt to immigration from seven muslim-majority nations and ban on refugees is being done in the name of national security. but it's not clear whether these measures will help prevent attacks on american soil, and they could embolden extremists who already view the u.s. as at war with islam.






fans flock to oak grill, skyroom as 113-year minneapolis tradition ends


as a self-described "old drunk," the actor john hurt nonetheless had a half-century career highlighted with memorable performances, two oscar nominations, a golden globe and four british bafta awards. success and failure were taken in stride.






fans flock to oak grill, skyroom as 113-year minneapolis tradition ends


determined to reverse eight years of a democratic administration, house republicans are on track to overturn a handful of rules finalized in president barack obama's final months in office to deal with climate change, federal contracting and background checks for gun ownership.






raclette / the cheese that eats like a meal


in the great tradition of swiss cheeses that require special serving rituals, raclette is a cheese normally prepared by melting it on a special grill and scraping it onto potatoes.






downtown macy's is moving oval room merchandise, archives to southdale


the oval room will live on -- sort of -- in edina.the brands carried in the high-end women's clothing department, a holdover from the days when the downtown macy's store was known as dayton's, are not included in the liquidation sales going on right now.rather, the merchandise from designer labels found only in select macy's such as armani, missoni, max mara, and st. john have been moved from the nicollet mall store to the macy's at southdale center, said andrea schwartz, a company spokeswoman.the collection hasn't been given a permanent home yet, but will likely get some special display space, she said. it's not yet clear whether the name "oval room" will also transfer over, or if it will just be the brands themselves.in addition, macy's archive, which had been on display on the 12th floo






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captionhelping refugees in the buckle of the bible beltan evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)an evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)






downtown minneapolis plaza to host polar plunge next week


the heart of downtown minneapolis will be the scene of a pair of polar plunges next week, with an aboveground pool providing the frigid waters.in a fundraiser for special olympics minnesota, the pool will be set on u.s. bank plaza and then filled with water by the minneapolis fire department before hardy participants isfy their thrill to chill on feb. 9.from there, a happy hour is being hosted for the brave participants at the nearby atlas bar and grill.representatives from the twins, wild, timberwolves, vikings and the united soccer team will take the first leaps at noon along with registrants. a second go-around is scheduled for 4 to 6 p.m.the money raised benefits more than 8,200 special olympics minnesota athletes as they train for various competitions.registration is $75 and available






downtown minneapolis plaza to host polar plunge next week


the heart of downtown minneapolis will be the scene of a pair of polar plunges next week, with an aboveground pool providing the frigid waters.in a fundraiser for special olympics minnesota, the pool will be set on u.s. bank plaza and then filled with water by the minneapolis fire department before hardy participants isfy their thrill to chill on feb. 9.from there, a happy hour is being hosted for the brave participants at the nearby atlas bar and grill.representatives from the twins, wild, timberwolves, vikings and the united soccer team will take the first leaps at noon along with registrants. a second go-around is scheduled for 4 to 6 p.m.the money raised benefits more than 8,200 special olympics minnesota athletes as they train for various competitions.registration is $75 and available






downtown minneapolis plaza to host polar plunge next week


the heart of downtown minneapolis will be the scene of a pair of polar plunges, with an above-ground pool providing the frigid waters next week.in a fundraiser for special olympics minnesota, the pool will be set on u.s. bank plaza and then filled with water by the minneapolis fire department before hardy participants isfy their thrill to chill on feb. 9.from there, a happy hour is being hosted for the b-r-r-r-r-r-ave participants at the nearby atlas bar and grill.representatives from the twins, wild, timberwolves, vikings and the united soccer team will take the first leaps at noon along with registrants. a second go-around is scheduled for 4 to 6 p.m.organizers are encouraging participants to come up with creative get-ups for their plunge.the money raised benefits more than 8,200 special






desi fire grill serves indian-mexican fusion in hicksville


advertisement | advertise on newsdaydesi fire grill is a casual, new south asian-mexican fusion restaurant in hicksville. (credit: newsday / erica marcus) if you’ve ever pondered the similarities between indian and mexican cuisines — the cumin, the cilantro, the chilis, the reliance on flat griddle breads (tortillas, chapatis) — then you are going to be intrigued by desi fire grill, which opened in october in hicksville. the order-at-the-counter restaurant specializes in kati rolls, a sort of south indian burrito where a fresh, paratha is wrapped...






avocados mexican-american grill opens second location in commack


avocados mexican-american grill, a nine-year mainstay in bayport, has opened a second restaurant in commack, where the short-lived frizzles once served burgers and sandwiches.the new spot offers largely the same menu as in bayport, co-owner tony amendola said. advertisement | advertise on newsdayprices peak at less than $12. specialties include guacamole, chili, wraps, fajitas, empanadas, quesadillas, burritos and tacos — including a “tropical” one with shrimp, sautéed pineapple and mango.avocados in commack is open monday to saturday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., and on sunday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.avocados mexican-american grill, 2188 jericho tpke., commack, 631-343-5900, avocadoscommack.com; and 955 montauk hwy., bayport, 631-419-6333/34, avocadosbayport.com restaurantsrecent long island restaurant






artie hoerning, owner of artie’s south shore fish & grill in island park, dies a


advertisement | advertise on newsdayartie hoerning, owner of artie's south shore fish & grill in island park, puts a live lobster back in the tank at his restaurant in june 2009. (credit: timothy fadek) if it had to do with seafood, artie hoerning had mastered it. the fisherman, fishmonger and owner of artie’s south shore fish & grill in island park, died suddenly at home on monday at the age of 70. for 33 years, artie’s has been one of long island’s best fish markets. to say that it focuses on local fish is an understatement: its specialty has been fish hooked, netted or trapped...






solidarity for immigrants inspiring twin cities businesses to close today


an untold number of restaurants in and around the twin cities are staying closed thursday as part of a “day without immigrants,” a nationwide expression of solidarity attempting to show how vital newcomers are to the u.s. economy.“we are immigrants, and our business relies on immigrants,” a facebook posting by the owners of world street kitchen in minneapolis read in explaining their decision to go dark. “we wouldn’t be here without them and you.”in order not to “burden our employees with financial hardship,” the owners of the dining spot on lyndale avenue s. added, “any employees that were scheduled tomorrow will be paid for their scheduled shift.”the blue plate group of twin cities restaurants, among them the lowry and the highland, longfellow and edina grills, explained in a similar pos






flock adds 'fake news' detector to collaboration platform


in view of the recent rash of so-called "fake news" stories pouring into networks of all types, we have an observation: this is hardly new. the fact is, fake and otherwise manipulated news been around as long as there has been written communication among people.but fake news is undermining and even a ncing the current cultural and political divisiveness in the u.s. while there's a lot of talk about this in the context of current events, few people and companies have actually done anything about it.one of those few is flock.flock, a new-gen messaging and collaboration platform with users in some 25,000 global organizations, has announced the immediate availability of the flock fake news detector. this first-of-its-kind feature empowers flock users to stop false and misleading information fr






flock adds 'fake news' detector to collaboration platform


in view of the recent rash of so-called "fake news" stories pouring into networks of all types, we have an observation: this phenomenon is hardly new. the fact is, fake and otherwise manipulated news been around as long as there has been written communication among people.but fake news is undermining and even a ncing the current cultural and political divisiveness in the u.s. while there's a lot of talk about this in the context of current events, few people and companies have actually done anything about it.one of those few is flock.flock, a new-gen messaging and collaboration platform with users in some 25,000 global organizations, has announced the immediate availability of the flock fake news detector. this first-of-its-kind feature empowers flock users to stop false and misleading inf






north minneapolis historic designation draws a line through close-knit homewood


kari christianson knew the old house in north minneapolis' homewood neighborhood had potential when she nudged aside the carpet and saw the oak floors beneath.over nearly two decades, she and her husband have replaced windows and doors, torn down walls and put on a new roof. there's still more to do."it's a labor of love," christianson said.the couple and other residents say they chose to live in homewood because it's diverse, affordable and close-knit. but a recent move to designate the area as historic has drawn a line through the community. some say historic designation is the best way to protect the area from development that could follow the future blue line light rail extension, which is expected to start operating in 2021. others worry the designation comes with restrictions that wi






don't freak out about the new bird flu outbreak (yet)


image: gettychicken farmers in tennessee are about to shed a lot of blood. after noticing an unusually high death rate in a flock, some tyson foods-suppliers discovered that they were dealing with a new bird flu outbreak. don’t worry too much, though: the usda says humans should be safe.advertisementthe flock, however, will not. as one does when dealing with an outbreak of a dangerous disease like bird flu, the farmers are slaughtering the entire flock of 73,500 chickens. this, the us department of agriculture says, should be enough to stop the disease from spreading to other farms. officials have also quarantined every chicken farm in a six-mile radius of the outbreak for more insurance against the virus getting humans sick. the usda claims that none of the infected chickens have entered






'fake news' detector added to flock's collaboration platform


when two or more people are chatting on flock, and one shares a link, flock automatically generates a url preview of that link and goes to work authenticating it. in view of the recent rash of so-called "fake news" stories pouring into networks of all types, we have an observation: this is hardly new. the fact is, fake and otherwise manipulated news has been around as long as there has been written communication among people.but fake news is undermining and even a ncing the current cultural and political divisiveness in the u.s. while there's a lot of talk about this in the context of current events, few people and companies have actually done anything about it. one of those few is flock.flock, a new-gen messaging and collaboration platform with users in some 25,000 global organizations, h






71-year-old staffer was hurt during protest, rohrabacher says


captionhelping refugees in the buckle of the bible beltan evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)an evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)






desi fire grill serves indian-mexican fusion in hicksville


if you’ve ever pondered the similarities between indian and mexican cuisines — the cumin, the cilantro, the chilis, the reliance on flat griddle breads (tortillas, chapatis) — then you are going to be intrigued by desi fire grill, which opened in october in hicksville. the order-at-the-counter restaurant specializes in kati rolls, a sort of south indian burrito where a fresh, paratha is wrapped around a meat or vegetable filling and topped with onions, peppers and chutney. fillings include grilled chicken, minced beef and chickpeas, spicy potato and paneer cheese. prices range from $4.99 to $5.99. advertisement | advertise on newsdaythen the menu takes a hard left and heads to tex-mex country with quesadillas ($5.99), hard-shell tacos ($6.99), burritos ($6.99) and burrito bowls ($7.99) tha






the masters tournament countdown clock 2017 – the denver post


hello friends, it is that time of year again and golf fans across the country are ready for the masters tournament at augusta national golf club. here at the post, we take our golf seriously and created a masters countdown clock. below is all you need to know about how many days, hours, minutes and seconds you have to wait until “a tradition unlike any other” kicks off.pga tour players, celebrities talk about augusta national






it’s almost springtime, so here are some tips to get you grilling


the weather is getting warmer, the days are getting longer, and the veggies in your garden are about to pop, which means it’s almost grilling season. if you’re having friends over for a party or just making dinner for the family, here are a few tips from a grill master to get you ready for the grilling season.real fire is best. you can take the easy way out and get a gas grill, or you can go old-school and use charcoal. there is definitely something to be said for the near-instant heat of a gas grill, but nothing gives you the satisfaction of real fire. charcoal grills impart a smoky flavor that you just don’t get from gas, plus there’s the primordial man-taming-fire element that is unmistakably awesome.if you’re using real charcoal, stay away from lighter fluid. it’s awful stuff and will






oklahoma restaurant fires 12 workers after ‘day without immigrants’


a dozen employees at the i don’t care bar and grill in catoosa, oklahoma lost their jobs friday when they skipped work to show solidarity for “a day without immigrants.” according to a report from ktul news, all of the employees are latinos who felt it was important to participate in the protest. none of them anticipated they would be fired, however. “they feel like they’ve been unfairly terminated,” one friend translated for the employees.they’ve been working at the bar and grill since it opened almost two years ago. “(they’re) upset they stood for something they felt was necessary so the community would stand together, and they got terminated for that,” the friend told ktul. to make matters worse, the owner of the i don’t care bar and grill fired them via text message. “you and your fami






north minneapolis historic designation draws a line through close-knit homewood


kari christianson knew the old house in north minneapolis’ homewood neighborhood had potential when she nudged aside the carpet and saw the oak floors beneath.over nearly two decades, she and her husband have replaced windows and doors, torn down walls and put on a new roof. there’s still more to do.“it’s a labor of love,” christianson said.the couple and other residents say they chose to live in homewood because it’s diverse, affordable and close-knit. but a recent move to designate the area as historic has drawn a line through the community. some say historic designation is the best way to protect the area from development that could follow the future blue line light rail extension, which is expected to start operating in 2021. others worry the designation comes with restrictions that wi






haiti's proud tradition of machete fencing lives on


slaves in haiti defeated the fearsome forces of napoleon using the one weapon they had on hand: the machete.today, the tradition of machete martial arts lives on in the island nation. no masks, no protective equipment, just raw skill.full story at national geographic.martial arts of the people. posted by kate rinsema






meet the minneapolis mogul behind first avenue's ever-expanding concert empire


as veteran minneapolis music promoter nate kranz entered the newly renovated palace theatre for the umpteenth time, he rattled off his to-do list of the moment: meet representatives of two arts groups, order more letters for the marquee and secure his very own set of keys to the 101-year-old showplace.this week, first avenue’s general manager is finally set to open his latest venue. he just needed the keys. that’s right — the empire builder had no keys to the new jewel in his expanding twin cities musical kingdom.this foray into downtown st. paul is a big step up from a decade ago, when first avenue was on the ropes. the world-famous downtown minneapolis club temporarily shut down in 2004 during a bankruptcy court battle.today, under kranz’s leadership, first ave promotes at least 1,000 co






minneapolis, you're up next for the super bowl


minneapolis, you’re upwhat: super bowl lii, nfl championship game for the 2017 season. the game is expected to draw 100,000 visitors to the twin cities, while more than 100 million people across the united states watch it on tv.when: feb. 4, 2018 — 363 days from today, but who’s counting?where: u.s. bank stadium, which opened in 2016.tv: nbc’s turn in the rotation.the teams: nfc champion vs. afc champion. sorry, that’s the best we can do. chance for a repeat? seven teams have won back-to-back super bowls, most recently the 2003-04 patriots.tickets: neither the nfl nor the participating teams put super bowl tickets on sale to the general public or even to season-ticket holders in any substantial number, meaning relatively few fans get access to the game at face value.halftime show: taylor s






carrabba's italian grill


the carrabba's italian grill app is now available across all participating carrabba's locations. the carrabba's italian grill app is the fastest, mobile way to enjoy fresh, made-from scratch italian. get seated faster by checking wait times and choosing when you want to arrive. sign-up for rewards and track your rewards in the dine rewards tracker or get our latest promotions in our offers section. pay when you're ready directly from the app and save payment details for future visits. you can also find your nearest location and browse the menu. the carrabba's italian grill app puts you in control and lets you dine at your own pace by simplifying the dining experience. here's how: payment simplified: easy: no more waiting for the bill, pay from the app, split the bill, add tip and leave






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captionhelping refugees in the buckle of the bible beltan evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)an evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)






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captionhelping refugees in the buckle of the bible beltan evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)an evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)






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captionhelping refugees in the buckle of the bible beltan evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)an evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)






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captionhelping refugees in the buckle of the bible beltan evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)an evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)






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captionhelping refugees in the buckle of the bible beltan evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)an evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)






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captionhelping refugees in the buckle of the bible beltan evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)an evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)






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captionhelping refugees in the buckle of the bible beltan evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)an evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)






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captionhelping refugees in the buckle of the bible beltan evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)an evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)






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captionhelping refugees in the buckle of the bible beltan evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)an evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)






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captionhelping refugees in the buckle of the bible beltan evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)an evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)






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captionhelping refugees in the buckle of the bible beltan evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)an evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)






artie hoerning, owner of artie’s south shore fish & grill in island park, dies a


advertisement | advertise on newsdayartie hoerning, owner of artie's south shore in island park, puts a live lobster back in the tank at his restaurant in june 2009. (credit: timothy fadek) if it had to do with seafood, artie hoerning had mastered it. the fisherman, fishmonger and owner of artie’s south shore fish & grill in island park, died suddenly at home on monday at the age of 70. for 33 years, artie’s has been one of long island’s best fish markets. to say that it focuses on local fish is an understatement: its specialty has been fish hooked, netted or trapped...






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captionhelping refugees in the buckle of the bible beltan evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)an evangelical pastor loses some republican members of his flock when his fort worth church bucks president trump and welcomes refugees. (gary coronado / los angeles times)






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