This is all very important right now considering the political climate. Restaurant reviews are the bedrock of democracy. And I suspect the only reason was because you're a woman.
That type of behavior makes me want to not eat at his restaurant. All artists, musicians and chefs are reviewed by critics in their area. We may not like the article, or only some or all of it. Regardless, this type of behavior is unwarranted and repulsive.
I have never heard of a critic being refused service. Does this happen often? Seems like a bad idea.
Well after reading the re-opening review I can somewhat understand why. Over half of it was about the restaurant's ambiance and circumstances around it as opposed to the food. More info on menu items and your thoughts on a larger sampling from them would've been nice. I found your Standard Foods review much more thorough. But I still think it's petty he refused to serve you and had a game plan for your return.
The Senator's tweets were at best bad judgement. I am more concerned about the bad legislation she supports. http://goo.gl/7mLRwt Perhaps with redistricting and campaign finance reform we will gain some new opponents in our elections. Having some other options would be welcome. #PeterForSenate2018
Grateful for this piece!
I love this piece! Just came back to revisit it Sayaka did such a good job with it.
This was Trump's promise: "Immediately terminate President Obamas two illegal executive amnesties. All immigration laws will be enforced"
Failure to honor this promise will turn away much of his core supporters, which are more flexible on other issues outside of amnesty/immigration.
This article has so few facts, including none to back up what strike me as fantastically inflated numbers on GDP, nor does it account for the billions of dollars that get sent home to Mexico in the form of remittances rather than spent in our local economies -- a sort of "reverse multiplier" effect.
Still can't believe he nominated that "white nationalist" Ben Carson as Housing and Urban Development secretary!!
One correction: None of the shows I've presented have been at The Carolina Theatre in Durham. They've been at The Carolina Theatre in Greensboro. I attempted to rent Durham's Carolina Theatre in 2016, and the Board of Trustees refused to allow me to rent a City-owned venue.
CHANTING? I am terrified of the imminent danger.
This is all fine and dandy for state workers taxpayers have to pay for their own pensions in their own health care benefits it's time for all state workers to contribute to their pension plans and your health care plans as a federal worker I have to contribute to my 401k and to my health care plan so why can't state workers pay for their health plan and their pensions
Great to see you doing so well, Bob!
Why so upset? We still live in at least a nominal democracy so it's not a 'game over' scenario when a candidate wins an election. There's no 'thanks for playing politics, now return home to your everyday life'. A lot continues to be at stake and many of us are not done fighting.
The one upside of having a ridiculous cartoon villain for a president is that a lot of people are going to stop being complacent and learn how to impact our government. This is just starting.
With Trump in office, we all lose.
Jesus Huffington Christ that was heroic!!!
I bet you busted your nut just imagining Rachel Madcow interviewing you about you vision of hope and feeling the magical unicorn dust of unconditional acceptance annointing your head.
The fact of the matter is very different. You and your ilk are losers. You lost. You lost the war of ideas.
You lost and the way that you are continuing to lose only presages more defeat.
You lost because the only message you could bring was division and strife.
You lost because you routinely disparage and belittle people you consider your inferiors.
You lost because you have made yourself irrelevant.
Trump prefers Dachau to DACA.
They have been told for years to wait, the economy is bad! Meanwhile, Raleigh has a Mayor willing to spend $52 million, on what seemed to be a pet project, to buy land for a park as city employees both new and long term continue to struggle. We have a city with over $200 million sitting in an account doing nothing. Why has this city's leadership continually ignored it's employees? Perhaps it's time for a change in leadership, time for someone that realizes employees need to be valued and the money the city brings in is not theirs to use as they please.
I am interested in one of those abandoned homes. My husband and I are hard working and just tired of paying rent. We've been trying for years to get our credit straight. However, with childsupport payments, cost of rent and job losses. We've been through alot. It almost seems impossible to have something to call our own.
If anyone has a home willing to sale one and please contact me by email at email@example.com
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