The local food movement has taken the restaurant industry by storm. Menus featuring local cuisine have gone from special, to trendy to commonplace. Th...
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Unless something drastic happens, Yelp is here for the long haul and it's up to businesses to embrace it and make the most of it.
When communities spend scarce funds attracting jobs that don't exist, everyone loses. The taxpayer, schools, local and private sector employers are out millions of dollars and have nothing to show for it. Are there any alternatives?
The Blue Phoenix truck is resting for the moment, but it will be rolled out again soon as a catering vehicle providing new, inventive cuisine for large private parties in the Bitterroot Valley.
If you don't have the budget for The Villa by Barton G., you might want to check out these places where the locals go. They're tasty, affordable and blissfully glitterati-free.
WASHINGTON -- After nearly two years in business, the Capital City Diner in Ward 5's Trinidad neighborhood will close its doors this weekend. The dine...
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