Monthly Archives: August 2022

Only a few female chefs and restaurants to honor on Women’s Day

Whether it’s a female-owned or female-chef establishment, here’s where you should celebrate Women’s Day 2022 today. Beyond (Constantia, Cape Town) Dynamic duo Julia du Toit (Head Chef) and Michelle Elliot (Head Pastry Chef) are at the forefront of leading the magnificent minds behind the scenes at Beyond. They bring the …

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Starred hotels see their revenues increase massively | Oman time

Muscat: The revenue of (3-5) star hotels in the Sultanate of Oman at the end of June 2022 recorded a rise of 121.4% to reach OMR 83.360 million compared to the same period in 2021, according to the latest data published by the National Center for Statistics and Information (NCSI). …

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Creating lasting positive impact in South African communities starts with investing in innovative and globally relevant technology solutions

By Paula Mokwena, CEO and Head of Direct Investments, Fireball Capital South Africa is home to innovative technology companies that have developed solutions that solve real global challenges. The country is well established as one of the continent’s “big four” startup ecosystems and leading the way in exits, with more …

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Hey BisMan, where are the dog friendly restaurants?

Well, I’ll try to understand the title above, because I have two grumpy cats at home – The differences between cats and dogs However, I know a ton of people who have “man’s best friend” in the house, some have more than one. I live in a small apartment, so …

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‘Taste of Africa’ brings traditional African culture to Killeen for fifth year

KILLEEN, Texas (KWTX) – A sample of African culture could be experienced in Killeen today as the Taste of Africa event held its fifth annual celebration while raising funds to benefit youth in the area. Traditional African clothing, art and cuisine are just some of the things that were on …

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Siouxlanders celebrate African culture at the Siouxland African Festival

SIOUX CITY (KTIV) – Native Siouxlanders and African immigrants gathered Saturday at Riverside Park in Sioux City for the 7th annual Siouxland African Festival. This is the second year the event has been held at Riverside Park after being held at First United Methodist Church. The aim of the event …

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3 new restaurants in Phoenix and Tempe to try now

More than two dozen restaurants opened in the Phoenix metro area in August and as I compile the monthly list of new restaurants, I like to visit the places that catch my eye. Recently, three have stood out from the pack, serving West African comfort food, high-level Korean dishes and …

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The Queen of AbeNguni takes African culture to the West

The Chronicle Yvonne Ncube, Showbiz CorrespondentHis distinct musical style stems from his grandfather’s work as an inyanga (traditional healer). She sang with the whole family when they gathered for ceremonies and celebrations. Drawing inspiration from the St Johns Apostolic Faith Mission where she led the choir from an early age, …

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Celebrate African culture this weekend downtown

by: Jessica Jürczak Job : August 5, 2022 / 10:36 a.m. EDT Updated: August 5, 2022 / 10:47 a.m. EDT GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — If you’re still planning your weekend, we have an event you can’t miss! The Glimpse of Africa Festival is happening in downtown Grand Rapids all …

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FYI Philly discovers new restaurants Nonna & Pop’s, Grandma’s and La Chingonita

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — Alicia Vitarelli and Ducis Rodgers host a new FYI Philly, August 6 at 7 p.m., streaming on the 6abc app and at 6abc.com/fyi August 8. Nonna & Pop’s, La Chingonita and grandma add to Philadelphia’s food scene Three new spots from proven tastemakers have hit the Philadelphia …

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Black restaurants in the spotlight during Black Restaurant Week –

Several DeKalb County restaurants are participating in Black Restaurant Week Atlanta which runs August 5-14. Black Restaurant Week celebrates “the flavors of African American, African and Caribbean cuisines with a series of regional cultural events, celebrates seven years of service and has supported more than 2,000 restaurants since 2016,” according …

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Step Back in Time at These 10 Historic New Hampshire Restaurants

We all know there is no shortage of historic places to visit throughout New England. Being one of the oldest regions in the country, there are many homes, businesses, cemeteries, and other landmarks in the area that have been around for centuries. And if the walls could talk, their stories …

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Looser liquor laws have boosted restaurants – and possibly problem drinking | app

Most states that have allowed curbside pickup or home delivery of alcohol to help restaurants, bars and liquor stores survive pandemic closings have extended looser liquor laws. But in their desire to boost the hospitality industry, states could be fueling binge drinking and higher overall alcohol consumption, some research suggests. …

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As Restaurants Go, California Fish Grill Stands Out | Culture & Leisure

The Cajun Salmon Taco Plate is double corn tortillas (flour is also available) filled with succulent salmon and grilled corn. Redlands Community News photo by Dorene Cohen For those of you who follow me regularly, you know that I’m not a big fan of big chain restaurants in general. Some …

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Shared success breeds success – empowering women to uplift each other

The influential role of women in our lives can take many forms. Mentoring and the general representation of women in our workplace, for example, has positive effects on the overall performance of companies and teams of all genders. Even more so when women mentor, support and uplift each other. How …

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Celebrate at restaurants in Newport County

If you thought there were no holidays worth celebrating in August, think again. Grab your peeling knife and reseda sauce, Friday is National Oyster Day. While we take all of our shellfish seriously here in Rhode Island, the oyster is a shellfish that deserves its own day of recognition and …

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Spend the rest of the summer at DC’s best new restaurants

Keeping tabs on every DC restaurant and bar opening is madness. But keep an eye out for the most deserving? Yeoman’s work, and we are proud to do it. So, we bring you Table Stakes, a monthly recap of the five (or more) must-watch spots that have opened in the …

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Connecting African culture, creativity and community

As CEO of Amplify Africa, Dami Kujembola is on a mission to create a global representation of African and Diaspora talent, and connect them to their homeland. The contribution of the African Diaspora to the continent’s GDP cannot be overstated. A total of $45 billion was remitted to sub-Saharan Africa …

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African culture, tradition comes to life at the African Heritage Festival in Orem

OREM, Utah (ABC4 Utah) – An African proverb says, “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together. The public is invited to engage and celebrate the African spirit together on Saturday August 6 in Orem during the African Heritage Festival. The event …

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10 design-driven hotels for your vacation

For many of us, the long-awaited summer break has officially arrived, and in preparation, dozens of hotels have opened in time for those lucky enough to get away for a while. These days, hoteliers aren’t shy about bringing in the best designers in the game to make sure every detail …

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Radisson opens eight hotels in Africa in the first half

Radisson Hotel Group said it continued its ambitious growth strategy in Africa in the first half of 2022 and confirmed more than eight hotel openings and market entries with more than 1,000 rooms in the region. In early 2022, the Group announced its intention to add more than a dozen …

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