Coca-Cola wins, US home sales, AmEx wins

A look at some of the major trade events and economic indicators coming up this week: Wall Street is waiting for another solid quarterly report from Coca-Cola. Analysts predict that the beverage company’s second-quarter profits and revenue improved from a year earlier, when the pandemic shocked the economy and much …

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POLICE: Woman gave wine to child in Boca Raton, Houston

Chardonnay through the straw. A woman claims a misunderstanding. Video surveillance proves the opposite. Child abuse charge. Mireille Guerrier-Williams, courtesy of the Palm Beach County Jail. BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) – A woman dining with her 3-year-old child in …

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Keep Austin Donuts Weird | Open

Austin, Texas, is a city of paradoxes. It’s the capital of one of the most conservative states in the country – a state where you probably won’t feel out of place in some localities if you don’t hide a gun in your underwear, but Austin is one. city ​​widely known …

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Find out which restaurants in the Heights, River Oaks and Montrose area are participating in the Houston Restaurant Weeks, August 1 through September 7. 6

The annual fundraiser helps increase the income of local restaurants while also raising contributions for the Houston Food Bank. (Courtesy of Pexels) The annual Houston Restaurant Weeks fundraiser returns this year from August 1 to September 6, with more than 200 restaurants included in its lineup, announced on July 15. …

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Savor the diverse flavors of Texas

Texas‘ evolutionary history is told through its food. Inventive and locally sourced, Texan cuisine is a delicious explosion of flavors embodying the state’s diverse cultural mix and rich Western heritage. Taste unique Texan fusion cuisine across the state at places like Houston’s Vietnamese-Cajun Crayfish + Noodles and the Asian-inspired smokehouse …

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Austin City Manager Proposes Budget for Next Fiscal Year

Austin City Manager Spencer Cronk on Friday proposed a $ 4.5 billion budget for fiscal year 2021-22 to city council members, prioritizing investments in infrastructure, affordable housing, the fight against homelessness and the reinvention of public safety. According to a press release, the proposed budget is “the smallest increase in …

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Pandemic production, one year later: Aaron Arizpe, cinematographer / editor / production assistant: Then: “I have a mask and 70% ethanol to wipe everything off.” Now: “I am extremely impatient to get back to it. – Screens

Screenshot courtesy of EH Films on YouTube As grocery stores lift their mask requirements, restaurants open their dining rooms, and the streets start to fill with crowds, Austin‘s film industry is still not back to 100%. Most of the shoots Aaron Arizpe is familiar with, if they happen, typically require …

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Dallas-area developer, “Marrying Millions” star Bill Hutchinson accused of sexually assaulting teenager

Updated at 12:23: Revised to include a statement from Bill Hutchinson. A prominent Dallas-area developer who starred in a reality TV show highlighting his relationship with a woman 40 years younger than himself has been arrested on charges of sexually assaulting a teenage girl. William Lewald “Bill” Hutchinson(Highland Park Department …

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Fiesta Restaurant Group, Inc. enters into definitive agreement for the sale of Taco Cabana to a subsidiary of Yadav Enterprises, Inc.

DALLAS – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Fiesta Restaurant Group, Inc. (“Fiesta” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: FRGI) today announced that it has entered into a definitive share purchase agreement for the sale of the Taco Cabana restaurant brand ® to YTC Enterprises, LLC, a subsidiary of Yadav Enterprises, Inc. (“Yadav”), a foodservice …

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The latest commercial rental news

Chicago based What if the union will bring two new restaurants to Houston at Texas Tower, a 47-story downtown office building developed by Hines and Ivanhoé Cambridge at 845 Texas Ave. The restaurant group has signed leases for more than 8,400 square feet of retail space. Etta, a neighborhood wood-fired …

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Oasis on Lake Travis advocates for employees

AUSTIN (KXAN) – The additional $ 300 per week of federal unemployment assistance for the COVID-19 pandemic ends in Texas on Friday. According to Indeed data, in states where they’ve already ended that extra money, fewer people are looking for jobs compared to the rest of the nation. In states …

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A laboratory for innovation – UT News

What starts at the University of Texas at Austin is changing the world – and Austin has certainly changed over the past few decades, with a growing population and economy. The city is called a new hub for tech startups, but some may not know that the longest active tech …

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New Feges barbecue now open at Spring Branch

Barbecue plate with pork ribs, smoked turkey, breast, sausage, pulled pork, smoked chicken with the new Feges BBQ Spring Branch. Photo: Julie Soefer Fégès barbecue, Houston’s popular barbecue joint that has risen to prominence from its unlikely debut at a Greenway office complex, opens its second location on June 20 …

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