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Day: March 13, 2021

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President Biden signed the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan into law Thursday afternoon, which includes $1,400 stimulus checks for Americans with incomes under $75,000 (or $150,000 for households) and $28.6 billion in relief grants for small restaurants, but without the Democrat-backed $15 minimum wage. Stimulus checks are expected to begin rolling out over the next few days, while the timeline on when the Small Business Administration will begin accepting grant applications from restaurants is unclear.

“This historic legislation is about rebuilding the backbone of this country, and giving people in this nation, working people, middle class folks, the people who

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The Most Attractive Stocks (+4.3%) outperformed the S&P 500 (+1.9%) from February 3, 2021 through March 1, 2021 by 2.4%. The best performing large cap stock gained 30% and the best performing small cap stock was up 16%. Overall, 19 out of the 34 Most Attractive stocks outperformed the S&P 500.

The Most Dangerous Stocks (+8.7%) underperformed the S&P 500 (+1.9%) as a short portfolio from February 3, 2021 through March 1, 2021 by 6.8%. The best

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DENVER (KDVR) — Details of this weekend’s snowstorm are still developing, but Coloradans are preparing by stocking up. What do you really need? Do you need to brave the long lines at the grocery store?  

“I’m picking up my corned beef and a couple things for the storm. I was pretty well prepared. It’s such a beautiful day. I wanted to get out a little,” Shopper Sandy Jarvis said.

“I’m a native so we are used to it. We are due. I got a little bit of everything, so

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Nature’s cereal is the latest food trend to hit TikTok. (Photo: TikTok/natures_food)

A concoction dubbed “nature’s cereal” is the latest food trend to take over TikTok after Lizzo gave the refreshing breakfast food a try. But as people are both praising and knocking the bowl of fruit turned “cereal” with the addition of coconut water, its originator, Sherwayne Mears, tells Yahoo Life that he wasn’t expecting to create such a divisive snack.

Known by the handle @natures_food on TikTok, Mears explains that he uses the social media platform to share his love for plants and fruit — two things that

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One of his tales of endurance emerged late last year, when the hotel housing Schlow’s Italian-themed Casolare changed ownership and the new bosses invited the chef to envision a different dining experience. The result, Glover Park Grill, made its debut in November with Hamilton Johnson leading the kitchen. Johnson, who briefly cooked at the late Emilie’s on Capitol Hill, previously commandeered Honeysuckle downtown and, before that, the esteemed Southern sensation Vidalia. Chops ahoy, you could say.

No one perusing Johnson’s menu is likely to find surprises. There aren’t any. The list reads like a roll call of popular American dishes,

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When the COVID-19 pandemic suddenly upended the daily routines of American life a year ago, Robert St. John faced a grim reality: his years running a string of successful restaurants in the Hattiesburg, Mississippi, area might be coming to an end.

“Within a matter of days, I was having conversations with my wife and kids that we’re probably going to lose this house and lose our businesses, and life is going to change drastically going forward,” he recalled Wednesday. “The outlook was dire.”

St. John closed three of his restaurants but hung on as Washington began doling out help for

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