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Patrick Mangold-White Expands His Restaurant Empire on South Pearl -- and Beyond

In a time when brick-and-mortar stores must compete with trucks in an industry that's less predictable than North Korea, restaurateur/sommelier/chef...
Westword  |  10-17-2014  |  Cafe Society

The Libertine's Josh Galliano Brings a Taste of the Mississippi to the James Beard House

Tonight, the Libertine's (7927 Forsyth Boulevard, Clayton; 314-862-2999) Josh Galliano brings Mississippi-inspired cuisine to the venerable James Beard House in...
Riverfront Times  |  10-17-2014  |  Gut Check

North St. Louis Facility Agrees Not to Accept Ebola Waste [UPDATE]

Update 3:45 p.m.: Daily RFT just received this statement from Stericycle: Stericycle has reached a voluntary agreement with the Missouri...
Riverfront Times  |  10-17-2014  |  Daily RFT

NFL Insiders Trade Conflicting Rumors On Rams Moving to Los Angeles

There's not much sunshine in Ramsland these days, and that's only partially connected to the team's horrible, no good, very...
Riverfront Times  |  10-17-2014  |  Daily RFT

Widow and Protesters Demand Answers After Phoenix Man Dies During a Run-In with Police

The widow of a man who died after an encounter with Phoenix police was at Phoenix City Hall Thursday with...
Phoenix New Times  |  10-17-2014  |  Valley Fever

Hannah Minkner on Making Friends, the Power of Instagram, and Forging Your Own Way

"Seriously, it's all about making friends." That's one of the last lines in Phoenix photographer Hannah Minkner's "about" section on...
Phoenix New Times  |  10-17-2014  |  Jackalope Ranch

Forge Wood-Fired Pizza at Union at Biltmore: Cauliflower Pizza and Olive Oil Soft Serve

When a new spot opens in town, we can't wait to check it out -- and let you know our...
Phoenix New Times  |  10-17-2014  |  Chow Bella

Katsuya Revamps Menu: "We're Getting Fish From Japan and Locally"

It's been two years that Katsuya has been serving up sashimi to the health-conscious crowd of South Beach. The brand,...
Miami New Times  |  10-17-2014  |  Short Order

ARTcycle 2015: Submit Your Cycling-Inspired Artwork to Promote Bike Safety in Miami

Courtesy Coral Gables Museum/ARTcycleProgressive cities have progressive ideas. Miami certainly wants to play with the big boys, but there are...
Miami New Times  |  10-17-2014  |  Cultist

Miami's Ten Best Things to Do Under $10 This Weekend

Shorter days, cooler nights, and 70-degree temperature... Yep, fall has (kinda?) begun in the Magic City! And to top it...
Miami New Times  |  10-17-2014  |  Crossfade

Foster the People and Soko - Fillmore Miami Beach

Foster the People With Soko Fillmore Miami Beach Thursday, October 16, 2014 Better Than: A no-hit wonder. "Pumped Up Kicks"...
Miami New Times  |  10-17-2014  |  Crossfade

The 5 Best Things to Eat or Drink This Weekend: Tastes From Around the Globe

Happy Hour @ Underbelly Starting Thursday, 3 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. to close 1100 Westheimer Beginning today,...
Houston Press  |  10-17-2014  |  Eating Our Words

Argentine Celebrity Chef Francis Mallman, His New Book Mallman on Fire and His Cooking Class at Central Market

Central Market's cooking school often hosts celebrity guest chefs and authors. Such was the case on Tuesday evening when they...
Houston Press  |  10-17-2014  |  Eating Our Words

The Best Concerts in Dallas This Weekend, 10/17-10/19

The weekend is here and as per usual there's a few suggestions for concerts around Dallas that we'd like to...
Dallas Observer  |  10-17-2014  |  DC9 at Night

Texas Equal Access and Vice Palace Hold Fundraiser for Texas Abortions This Saturday

Over the past year, access to safe and legal abortion has taken some serious hits from the Texas Legislature. After...
Dallas Observer  |  10-17-2014  |  DC9 at Night

Luna Cocina Might Make the Best "Mom Tacos" in Dallas

You need to get on these crispy tacos from LunaUnless your mother kept a five-pound bag of masa in her...
Dallas Observer  |  10-17-2014  |  City of Ate

Theater on the Go: Turning the Green Line into a Mobile Stage

Theater-goers don't typically have to hop on the train to catch the next scene of their play, but for Green...
City Pages (Twin Cities)  |  10-17-2014  |  Dressing Room

Broward Inmate Claims to Have Ebola; Courtroom Forced to Evacuate

Well, this is one way to try to stall your sentencing. A Broward County courtroom was forced to clear out...
New Times Broward-Palm Beach  |  10-17-2014  |  The Pulp

American Authors' Zac Barnett on Pranking One Republic

If you're like the rest of the Western world, you've heard the song "Best Day of My Life." American Authors...

Weekend Openings: Honda Center Eateries And Stax Cookie Bar Fundraiser

Halloween may be a couple of weeks away, but there are no tricks in this blog post. Only treats. For...
OC Weekly  |  10-17-2014  |  Stick A Fork In It

Rock 'N' Roll Marathon 2014 Map and Band Schedule

The Rock 'N' Roll Marathon returns to Denver this weekend with a new route. You can see it in the...
Westword  |  10-17-2014  |  Backbeat

The Cassette Tape Is Alive and Well in Minneapolis

All hail cassette tapes, the durable rectangles of years past. While most people were transitioning from tapes to discs to...
City Pages (Twin Cities)  |  10-17-2014  |  Gimme Noise

Mayor's Office Confirms: Hales, Fritz Hope to "Clarify" Annual Court Hearings on Police Reform

The legal drama over police reform in Portland isn't quite over yet. Mayor Charlie Hales and Commissioner Amanda Fritz are...
The Portland Mercury  |  10-17-2014  |  Blog Town, PDX

Craft Contagion: Our Beer of the Week Comes From an Infectious Microbrewery

In this column, we're highlighting a local-ish beer worth drinking right now. Care for another sip? Check out our A...
The Village Voice  |  10-17-2014  |  Fork in the Road

The Ultimate List of Dallas Halloween Music Celebrations

Halloween is great when you're a kid, but let's face it: It's at its best when you're an adult. Everybody...
Dallas Observer  |  10-17-2014  |  DC9 at Night

8 Weird Foods We Tried at the 2014 Arizona State Fair

The Guilty Pleasure: Deep fried everything on a stick. Where to Get It: The Arizona State Fair. Price: $5 and...
Phoenix New Times  |  10-17-2014  |  Chow Bella

Dear White People, Go See Dear White People (PODCAST)

With the news that Paul Feig is going to reboot Ghostbusters with an all-female cast, we wonder on this week's...
Phoenix New Times  |  10-17-2014  |  Jackalope Ranch

Charli XCX at Fitzgerald's, 10/16/2014

Charli XCX, Elliphant, Femme Fitzgerald's October 16, 2014 Fans of British pop starlet Charli XCX who missed her show at...
Houston Press  |  10-17-2014  |  Rocks Off

Tracklist: Lupe Fiasco, The New Pornographers, Sting, Foo Fighters, Cheap Trick, Horse Feathers, Nude Beach, Gucci Mane, Pharrell, Charlamagne, Iggy Azalea and more

>> Last Night on Late Night: Those inexhaustibale Fighters of Foo did Cheap Trick's "Stiff Competition" with a little help...
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  10-17-2014  |  Crib Notes

Gallery Sketches: Three Shows in Denver and Boulder for the Weekend of October 17-19

This weekend, you can survey the art of mourning and found objects, revel in grand strokes of pure color or...
Westword  |  10-17-2014  |  Show and Tell

Oklahoma Teen Killed Family Before Spending UT/OU Weekend in Dallas, Prosecutors Say

Stephens CountyAlan HrubyAlan Hruby is a 19-year-old shopaholic. "There is no bigger rush then [sic] getting to the register at...
Dallas Observer  |  10-17-2014  |  Unfair Park

Police: Georgetown Rabbi’s Voyeurism Not Limited to Ritual Shower Area

Officials found 100 deleted files on the recording device...
Washington City Paper  |  10-17-2014  |  City Desk

Dallas Police Are Better than Most in Dealing With Photographers and Cop Watchers

Avi S. Adelman/NPPAA panel on people's rights to film and photograph police officers included two lawyers, two officers and a...
Dallas Observer  |  10-17-2014  |  Unfair Park

Jack Gardner, Cop, Charged With Spoiling Sting of Man Seeking Underage Kink/Bondage Girl

Did Jack Gardner, a longtime detective with the Boulder Police Department, warn a child-luring suspect in advance to prevent him...
Westword  |  10-17-2014  |  Lastest Word

Infant Mortality Hits a Record Low

Infant mortality is at a record low in Shelby County, according to the Shelby County Health Department (SCHD). The infant...

Ten more CIFF reviews, and the rest of this week's screenings

Week one of the Chicago International Film Festival isn't even over yet, and already we've got ten more new reviews...
Chicago Reader  |  10-17-2014  |  On Film

Contentious new marijuana laws proposed by Colorado legislature

Assuming Democratic state senator Irene Aguilar survives a challenge from Republican Dawne Murray in November, the Denver legislator is set...
Colorado Springs Independent  |  10-17-2014  |  Indy Blog

East Army Gang Tied to Most of the Shootings in the 23rd Precinct, Manhattan D.A.'s Office Says

Last week, the Manhattan district attorney indicted 19 suspected members of East Harlem's East Army gang. The indictment, D.A. Cyrus...
The Village Voice  |  10-17-2014  |  Runnin' Scared

It's One of the Most Expensive Burgers in Dallas, and Still One of the Best

Sara KerensNice to see you again, delicious burger. A few minutes go by at Deep Ellum's Local when I have...
Dallas Observer  |  10-17-2014  |  City of Ate

Jerome Cheese Will Pay $88K EPA Fine

With officials from the Environmental Protection Agency pointing to inspection violations of May 2011, Jerome Cheese has agreed to pay...
Boise Weekly  |  10-17-2014  |  CityDesk

Bogus University? Meh. Trump's Done Worse

This week, a judge found Donald Trump liable for operating a get-rich-quick school, the erstwhile Trump University, without a license...
The Village Voice  |  10-17-2014  |  Runnin' Scared

High Tide at Driftwood Kitchen, Our Drink of the Week!

Our primary reason to head to Laguna Beach is for a change of scenery; cooler temps and cruising on Pacific...
OC Weekly  |  10-17-2014  |  Stick A Fork In It

Uncommon Candidate: Mary Burke Defies Easy Categorization

Wisconsin gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke is an original, both politically and personally.
Wisconsin Gazette  |  Louis Weisberg  |  10-17-2014  |  Elections

Does UC Davis Have a Rape Problem?

How the No. 1 college in California for reported sexual assaults—and one of the top five schools in the country—needs to change.
Sacramento News & Review  |  Janelle Bitker  |  10-16-2014  |  The War on Women

Longmont edges ahead of tech-hub Boulder in race to become next 'Gig City'

Longmont's 2011 approval of an exemption from a state senate bill that hobbles public involvement in telecommunications has that city approaching an era of download speeds 10 times as faster than tech-company hub Boulder, raising questions about potential business migrations out of town. Now, Boulder is taking to the ballot the question of whether the city should try to catch up.
Boulder Weekly  |  Gavin Dahl  |  10-17-2014  |  Tech