Snobbery and Promotion
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Tag Archives: restaurant
While the politicians in Washington argue about how many uninsured people there really are, call each other liars and debate over eleventh-hour amendments, real people with real lives are not waiting around for some edict to determine their destiny. They … Continue reading
Television adds ten pounds. It also add a few hundred square feet to a restaurant if featured on the Food Network or the Travel Channel. Case in point. Last weekend, we were in St. Louis for the NSCAA. Our one … Continue reading
Catherine Osborne wrote an interesting paragraph for her article “Bien chien” in the magazine Design Lines Toronto. Starbucks used to be the sign a neighbourhood was on a gentrification upswing. But now, it’s your local dog boutique. They’re everywhere – … Continue reading