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Korean coffee culture, from cat cafes to artisanal roasters

Coffee is ubiquitous in Korean culture. While living and teaching in Korea, not a day went by that we didn’t have coffee in some form. It is the most pervasive in instant form. Little tubes the size of a pencil … Continue reading

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Montreal poutine: Regional delicacy or gloppy mess?

Last SlideNext Slide “La Classique,” classic poutine with brown gravy and cheese curds.(Photo: Larry Olmsted for USA TODAY) The scene: While not quite ubiquitous, like the hot wings that appear on virtually every menu in Buffalo, poutine is widespread and … Continue reading

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A history of NYC’s former ‘taxis of tomorrow’

New York City’s “taxi of tomorrow” is now the required ride for all new taxi drivers in the city. The Nissan NV200 minivan brings with it a suite of features like USB charging ports, a totally transparent rooftop and odor-eliminating carbon technology … Continue reading

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A new cruise destination takes shape in Dominican Republic

Last SlideNext Slide Bungalows in Amber Cove.nbsp;(Photo: LenKaufman.com) Tags Dominican Republic Carnival Cruise Line Carnival Victory Carnival Corp PUERTO PLATA, Dominican Republic — Cruise fans are just weeks away from having somewhere new to go in the Caribbean. Amber Cove, … Continue reading

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August Jobs Report: Everything You Need to Know

How do you define “slack”? Well, broadly speaking, it’s the difference between all those people who aren’t working, the 94 million who are in the “not in the labor force” category, and what the economy would look like if they … Continue reading

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Are There Enough Jobs? Depends Who You Ask.

Credit: Bloomberg/Getty Images A Fiat Chrysler employee works on a 2015 Dodge Viper car engine at a Detroit, Michigan factory in May 2015. Economists disagree deeply as to whether the economy is creating enough jobs. Job growth in August continued apace … Continue reading

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Employers added 173000 jobs in Aug., jobless rates falls to 5.1%

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What it’s like to do a river cruise with Emerald Waterways

Australian-owned and value-focused Emerald Waterways debuted last year, the first new river line in Europe in six years to cater to English-speaking passengers. Looking to up the hip factor in a market that mostly caters to the age 55-plus crowd, … Continue reading

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California wine country: Tours, trails and tastings in 15 regions

We’re celebrating California wine country after our recent taste of the Culinary Institute of America Greystone in Napa Valley. Each of California’s distinct regions offer perfection from their primary grapes, and the food and experiences that make for a well-rounded … Continue reading

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10Best: Awesome burgers across America

Last SlideNext Slide Holeman amp; Finch Public House in Atlanta previously only made two dozen burgers a night, and would only serve them after 10 p.m. But demand proved so popular that the double-patty cheeseburgeris now on the dinner menu.(Photo: … Continue reading

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