The Day – Nautilus leaves Submarine Force Museum for $ 36 million preservation project

Groton – The USS Nautilus, the world’s first nuclear-powered submarine, was towed Friday afternoon from its home at the Submarine Force Museum upstream to a jetty at Naval Submarine Base, where it will make the object of a preservation project estimated at $ 36 million. Captain Kenneth Curtin, the new …

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Healthy and sustainable food for a positive impact

Accor is the pioneer of sustainable development in the hospitality industry, working for more than 50 years to realize its vision of positive hospitality – one that respects the environment and local communities – in particular by its dedicated Planet 21 program. Accor works to positively impact all of its …

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Five months after opening, Jonah’s kitchen is on fire with casual “Made From Scratch” dishes

By Susan Payne Sitting inside Jonah’s Kitchen, an elevated yet fast-paced casual eatery in Santa Monica, is like having a meal with the celebrity chef himself, an al fresco dining experience. Chef Jonah Johnson opened the restaurant in June, inspired by his travels through Latin America and lovingly prepared – …

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Solve food safety issues in beverages

For consumers, just like the perceived interchangeability of best before and best dates, quality and shelf life are synonymous with safety. The industry has always been challenged to protect beverage quality and extend shelf life without using preservatives and high-energy processes that slow down the supply chain. After opening some …

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The role of primary site surgery in metastatic upper urinary tract urothelial carcinoma and a nomogram for predicting survival in patients with metastatic upper urinary urothelial carcinoma

This article was originally published here Cancer Med. October 14, 2021. doi: 10.1002 / cam4.4327. Online ahead of print. ABSTRACT Metastatic upper urinary tract urothelial carcinoma (mUTUC) is a relatively rare urothelial carcinoma, and little attention has been paid to it. Our study established a nomogram by analyzing prognostic factors …

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New Food Hall Brings Revitalization to National City – NBC 7 San Diego

What is billed as South Bay’s first food hall is set to finally open next week in National City after a 19-month delay due to COVID-19. The foodie destination is believed to bring vibrancy to the city and also give the rest of San Diego County a taste of what …

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With ‘Black Food’, chef Bryant Terry finds meaning in every meal

IT TOOK some help from a few friends for chef, author and food justice advocate Bryant Terry to compile “Black Food: Stories, Art & Recipes From Across the African Diaspora” (October 19, 4 color books). Fortunately, Mr. Terry’s circle includes famous authors (Toni Tipton-Martin), chefs (Yewande Komolafe), Food Network stars …

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Into the Wild Bus on display during preservation work | food and travel, travel

FAIRBANKS, Alaska – A bus that people have sometimes embarked on deadly pilgrimages to the Alaskan backcountry to visit can now be seen safely at the University of Alaska Fairbanks as it suffers preservation work. The bus was moved to the university’s engineering center last week as it is being …

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San Antonio art exhibit shines a light on Latin cuisine

Comfort foods come in all shapes and sizes. For Latino families, nothing is more nostalgic or satisfying than a concha – a type of sweet bread that’s often served for breakfast. After studying every nook and cranny, Eva Marengo Sanchez painted conch shells for a new exhibition at the McNay …

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How to Get Us Newburgh Civitan Zombie Farm

Newburgh’s Zombie Farm is open for their 2021 season, and we want to send you there for some scares! After only offering fearless tours in 2020, due to the pandemic, The Newburgh Civitan Zombie Farm is back today. In its 47th year of scare, Zombie Farm is more than just …

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