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A weekly audio magazine exploring culture, style, sex, politics, and more, with host Avery Trufelman.

This week on The Cut, host Avery Trufelman talks to Michelle Zauner, an indie musician known from her solo musical project Japanese Breakfast, about the loss of her mother and using Korean food to feel closer to her throughout her life and following her death. She also reads an excerpt from her New York Times best-selling memoir, Crying in

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OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) – Big changes could be on the way for your favorite restaurants as owners say they are facing supply shortages.

Ping Wang owns Ming’s Restaurant in Papillion. He says he is dealing with a huge shortage of products. Everything from produce to proteins, to the oil food is cooked in.

“Things we would order six or seven cases of, our suppliers are telling us we can only have two cases so it’s fair for everybody else,” said Ping Wang, Ming’s Restaurant owner.

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New research examines the relationship between coffee consumption and its alleged heart health benefits more closely. Suriyo Hmun Kaew/EyeEm/Getty Images
  • A study has found that people with symptoms of cardiovascular health issues, such as angina and heart palpitations, tend to drink less coffee, avoid coffee altogether, or drink decaf.
  • The scientists used a genetic technique to show that these symptoms determine the amount of coffee people drink, rather than the other way round.
  • The research casts doubt on observational evidence that drinking moderate amounts of coffee can benefit cardiovascular health.

The unmistakable taste and smell of coffee

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Hungry for more business, the co-owners of Jefferson’s Lounge and Lincoln’s Cub in Council Bluffs are cooking up a new concept.”It’s kind of a centralized one kitchen with three restaurants associated with each centralized kitchen that are kind of offshoots of each one,” said co-owner, Jon Nelson.Nelson and his business partner, Ryan Mann formed the Dead President’s Group for the new way to run multiple restaurants at the same time. The concept is using one kitchen to run three different restaurants.”We really wanted to create each one bit to have its own focus and its own identity. So, each one … Read More

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After 14 months spent operating at heavily restricted occupancy due to the COVID-19 pandemic, New Jersey restaurants will soon be able to operate at 100% capacity, with caveats.

Gov. Phil Murphy announced Monday, in a joint announcement with New York and Connecticut, the majority of the COVID restrictions on the state’s dining industry would be rolled back on May 19. Both indoor and outdoor restaurants will be allowed to operate at full capacity, as long as patrons wear masks indoors and parties are separated by at least six feet. If tables are separated by plexiglass or other protective barriers, they

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Chinatown Food Hall Scuttles Seattle Expansion Plans Post-Pandemic


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  • China Live has scuttled plans to open a Seattle outpost as the future of remote work remains in limbo. The popular restaurant and food hall in San Francisco’s Chinatown had announced its second location, a 13,000-square-foot complex, just prior to the onset of the pandemic in 2020. Now, as Amazon workers may not return
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