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A restaurateur in New York City has reportedly apologized for — and fired — an employee who wrote “Ching Chong” on an Asian woman’s receipt in place of her name. Ziggy Chau, a friend of the woman’s daughter, first posted a photo of the receipt to Facebook last week, decrying the “racist staff” and urging the Facebook community to boycott the establishment.
COFFEE SHOP REMOVES NOVELTY BATHROOM SIGN OVER ACCUSATIONS OF PROMOTING RAPE CULTURE. “Please boycott this place Cornerstone Cafe NYC until they publicly apologize,” wrote Chau alongside a picture of the receipt, which clearly reads “Ching Chong” under both the “to go” and “customer name” sections. “Better yet, call them directly and let them know they have a racist staff,” Chau added.
A court in Moscow has put a widely revered Russian theatre director under house arrest on charges of embezzling £900,000, in a case that his supporters fear is part of a crackdown on dissenting voices.
The court rejected an appeal to release Serebrennikov on bail despite several character witness statements in his favour from high-profile figures in the arts world and an offer from one to pay any amount of bail.
Student lines of credit offered by private financial institutions, including the country’s big banks, often offer interest rates that are considerably lower than those of government student loans.
Also, private student loans may come with flexible repayment plans, but Canadians don’t have to repay their Canada student loans until they start earning at least $25,000, noted Gittens. Banks are especially keen on law and medicine students, who often graduate with six figures of student debt but also with a good chance of earning six-figure salaries.
Taking off from the model the Major Food Group polished at Carbone, the Grill turns that old and increasingly empty formality into theater, or a game that everybody can get in on.
We told ourselves that it was an elegant restaurant, that it was an important restaurant, that the roll call of designers, editors and so on who ate lunch there — a short list that grew shorter as publishers moved downtown, expense accounts were clipped and longtime patrons were called by the great reservationist in the sky — was proof of something other than the tendency of famous and busy people to act from habit and herd instinct.
Two western Montana residents were charged with deliberate homicide in the stabbing deaths of two unidentified people whose bodies were found in plastic tubs of chemicals in the basement of a home.
Tiffanie Pierce, 23, and Augustus Standingrock, 26, were arrested last week and made their initial appearances in Justice Court on Monday. Both are charged with deliberate homicide and accountability to deliberate homicide for the deaths of a man and a woman on Aug. 17.
Until recently, no test can predict when a sudden cardiac arrest will happen and who’s at high risk for needing a defibrillator.
Now, after studying thousands of patients, he has discovered a solution that involves an inexpensive century old test called an electrocardiogram, or EKG, which displays the heart’s electrical activity. Chugh looks at six data points on an EKG tracing that reveals important information ranging from how fast the heart is pumping to its electrical activity.
“We kind of messed up in Washington” is an admission that seems obvious to outside observers, but it’s still interesting to hear McCloughan say it.
“He’s a lot like Kirk from the standpoint that he’s highly intelligent, he’s a great guy, he’ll never embarrass you on the field or off the field, he might make some mistakes,” McCloughan said. [Scot McCloughan says Colin Kaepernick would be atop his list of emergency quarterbacks]. McCloughan also was asked about Patriots backup Jimmy Garoppolo, which caused him to circle back to Cousins.
In 1995, she wrote a letter to President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore that proposed an organic garden at the White House and a nationwide school curriculum based on sustainable agriculture.
“His stuff was what Ken Kesey, the Beatles and Timothy Leary all took,” Ms. Waters writes in her new memoir, “Coming to My Senses: The Making of a Counterculture Cook.” The drug had come from a French visitor who got it from Owsley Stanley, the sound man for the Grateful Dead, who was churning out top-quality acid in his kitchen here before it became illegal.
A July 14 internal report obtained by the station includes notes about a Facebook Live video posted by Everett Glenn Miller, in which he said, "No cop is going to get Glenn Miller today," and "if this cop comes out with his gun, I'm going to shoot me a cop."
ORLANDO, Fla. — Orlando Police Department officials were alerted to threats against police a man made on Facebook nearly a month before he allegedly shot and killed two Kissimmee officers, reports CBS affiliate WKMG.
Yet the chef Tom Colicchio is dropping the name of his newest Manhattan restaurant, Fowler & Wells, after learning that it has historically racist connotations.
Its construction began in 1881, and the building was modeled after one in London that was part of the Inns of Court, a series of compounds where British barristers lived and trained.
Three Seattle brothers, aged 78 to 82, were arrested Monday for allegedly possessing child pornography to “satiate their deeply rooted deviant interests,” police said.
The newspaper said investigators are searching additional properties linked to the brothers for “the presence of child exploitation materials and evidence of kidnapping, abuse, and child homicide.”
There is at least one perk: As opposed to the chef's coat he wore daily at his old job, “I get to go to work in a T-shirt.”
Instead, the flavor combinations have been carefully selected by chef Scott Drewno, who founded ChiKo with Danny Lee and Andrew Kim and is an alum of the Source, the fine-dining D.C. satellite of Wolfgang Puck's brand.
One of several excellent reds he makes in various sites in Spain, this Catalan grenache is gloriously plump and juicy
Obsessive about their subject, the new breed of sommeliers are selectors and tastemakers rather than creators: their talent lies in shaping the mood and lining up seamless matches of food to wine. And, like DJing, the world of wine waiting has become highly competitive, with its own arcane forms of professional recognition.
Ed Bradley spoke with him in 1989 for 60 Minutes and here is an excerpt of their conversation:. Ed Bradley: You may remember Dick Gregory as the hip, acid-tongue nightclub comedian of the 60s, whose outspoken political views so rankled the F.B.I. that an internal memo called him "demented."
The next time you put your underwear in the washing machine, take the agitator out, and all you're going to end up with is some dirty, wet drawers.
However, interest rates affect stock prices directly, regardless of what is going on in the economy, the very same way that interest rates affect bond prices, because, as Warren Buffett pointed out, stocks are disguised bonds.
Gary Smith is the Fletcher Jones Professor of Economics at Pomona College and author of “Money Machine: The Surprisingly Simple Power of Value Investing.”