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With the lockdown of all showrooms and manufacturing facilities, the Indian auto industry saw zero manufacturing and gross sales in passenger and business vehicles in April, which adopted March’s 50% and 88% drop in PVs and CVs, respectively. Overall, however, the numbers had been very small when compared to a 12 months earlier, when Ford’s Fiesta topped the listing with 5,606 registrations. In probably a sign of fixing times, Tesla’s online sales system, with buyers pre-ordering their automobiles and being immediately delivered with a contactless handover, might have just given it the edge. Britain’s greatest car factory, operated by Nissan … Read More

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Encore Boston Harbor‘s dining collection may skew more toward steakhouses and fine dining, but a new addition to the casino’s food and beverage lineup takes a more casual approach — and celebrates a brewery in its own backyard.

Everett’s Night Shift Brewing has partnered with Encore to debut Night Shift Brewing Kitchen & Tap, opening April 15. Executive chef Kyle Bradish has put together a pub food-centric menu that includes small bites, sandwiches, and entrées, like tamarind glazed grilled pork belly bánh mì and marinated steak tips with roasted garlic potato puree, grilled asparagus, and mushroom gravy. Similar

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On March 31, the Boston City Council passed a law that will allow home cooks to make and sell food from their own residential kitchens. The law goes into effect at the end of April.

Before you start firing up the oven and making lasagna in bulk, here’s what you should know: The law covers “cottage foods,” which are non-temperature controlled goods that don’t easily spoil — items like tortillas, granola, and dried pasta. Homemade yogurt? Sushi? Don’t even think about it.

According to WBUR, councilor Julia Mejia, who sponsored the measure, said that “This ordinance is not for

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Smith plans to be in Boston April 8 for the Mooby’s ribbon-cutting. Here’s how it works:

House of Blues Boston will “cosplay as a Mooby’s” as Smith puts it. Order online via MoobysPopUp.com and schedule a time to snag your fare. Framingham’s Jack’s Abby brewery even created a Mooby’s beer.

I caught up with the cult-favorite filmmaker recently to talk his new Boston pop-up, the latest Mooby’s to pop up around the country since last summer.

Q. How did you get the idea for these Mooby’s pop-ups?

A. Years ago, when we were making ‘Dogma,’ Chris Rock was like,

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Food trucks fired up their engines and rolled into Boston on Thursday, as Mayor Kim Janey announced the launch of the 2021 Food Truck and Outdoor Dining Season.

Along with the rest of the restaurant industry, food trucks have faced an uncertain future during the pandemic, as many of their most-frequented neighborhoods, including the Financial District and the Greenway, have remained empty. Some tried other strategies in 2020: David Harnik, chef and owner at The Dining Car, expanded his coverage area, popping up at apartment and condo complexes. Others owners, like Moyzilla’s Jonathan Moy, temporarily took their trucks off the

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While the St. Patrick’s Day Parade was canceled for a second consecutive year due to the coronavirus pandemic, bars and restaurants will remain open. Corned beef and cabbage, shepherd’s pie, and Irish stew are gracing takeout and dine-in menus across Boston, with some shamrock-decorated pubs offering Irish music and festive swag to dine-in guests.

If you’re choosing to visit a restaurant or bar for the holiday, take note: Businesses are still required to enforce city and state COVID-19 regulations, which include making sure guests are socially distanced, wearing masks except when eating and drinking, and ordering food alongside beverages.

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