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Source: Global News

Here are the top three beer pairings for St. Patrick’s Day

Sunday 06:58 GMT

According to Crystal Luxmore, a cicerone (beer sommelier) from Toronto, there are different ways to pair your beer to get the best experience possible.

Hamilton police remind St. Patrick’s Day party-goers to celebrate responsibly. Oftentimes, we drink champagne or sparkling wine with oysters, but what a lot of people don’t know is that beer pairs really well with this seafood, says Luxmore.

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Source: The Guradian

The man who takes tech apart – so we can learn how to fix it

Sunday 13:34 GMT

Yet while anyone born before the year 2000 has probably taken apart a cassette themselves (usually in frustration, after the old pencil rewinding trick failed), not many of us have tried it with modern tech.

For the past decade, the 42-year-old has earned a name for himself by taking apart everyday objects, neatly aligning their components, and photographing the results. “Some of them, I think there’s going to be nothing to it, and I schedule two, three hours of my day to take them apart,” he says.

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Source: Common Domain

Baselworld Preview: Three Retro Sport Watches Pair Performance with Vintage Flair

Monday 19:05 GMT

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Anonimo dials back the clock with a scaled-down retro version of its Nautilo dive model, the Nautilo Vintage (US$2,480). While preserving the codes of the original Nautilo designed by naval engineer Dino Zei 15 years ago, the Vintage version is more sleek and streamlined in a slimmer 42mm stainless steel case.

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Source: BBC

Chinese imports 'driving fishermen to despair'

Friday 11:45 GMT

"As long as Chinese imports continue... fishermen will be driven to despair, and Lake Victoria will be empty [of fishing boats] in less than 50 years."

As fish stocks in Lake Victoria have plunged over the past two decades, and prices have risen sharply as a result, cheap farmed Chinese imports are increasingly filling the gap. "People don't want to buy Chinese fish because they don't trust the [farmed] production process, but we don't have much of a choice," says Mechak, standing next to a big wicker basket of whole Chinese tilapia fish.


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