The Best Book I Read This Year

The Best Book I Read This Year
Humboldt Bay, Humboldt Park, Humboldt Fog … a notable number of my home state's most notable features bear a German name. It wasn't until reading The Invention of Nature …. This juxtaposition is all the more striking because she so clearly delights …
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Local eateries unwrapping winter flavors
Gingerbread waffles are back on the menu at Spyro's Pancake House, 6455 W. Jefferson Blvd., and Bluebird Pancake House, 4410 Bluffton Road. … And hot chocolate lovers? Well, there's six varieties to keep you warm. • Dunkin' Donuts is serving …
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Bill Murray Biography, Philosopher Daniel Dennett Among Talks At Twain House
A philosopher and scientist, the author of a biography about Joan of Arc, a scholar of literary history and a biographer of actor Bill Murray will give talks, each beginning at 7 p.m., at the Mark Twain House & Museum, 351 Farmington Ave., Hartford …
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Allegro Coffee Roasters Tennyson Opens This Week

Allegro Coffee Roasters Tennyson Opens This Week
While Denver is home to a booming craft coffee scene and a diverse variety of shops, ACR Tennyson stands out from the pack. Not only is the airy, … Either way, this is a must-visit destination for craft coffee lovers. Allegro opens this Wednesday …
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Bath's antique scene flourishing
PHOTO GALLERY: Chestnut Street Art and Antique Walk includes five retail business: Steckel House Antiques at Chestnut and Northampton streets; Firefly Fields at 107 N. Chestnut Street; S. Seem Antiques & Artisans at 100 S. Chestnut street; S. Seem at …
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The Best Little Coffee Bar In Ulaanbataar
UBean Coffee House and their on-site roaster initially opened in an NGO community center, with the rest of the building used for humanitarian aide and community development projects, and turned a profit much earlier than expected. … It's a cozy space …
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Crossing the United States, one cup of coffee at a time
The “Food Lovers' Guide to Washington, D.C.,” which held a prominent place on our bookshelf, described Tryst as “kind of like Adams Morgan's living room,” an apt explainer since most patrons settle in for long blocks of time on the vintage couches and …
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