Stone 8 in Clyde changes hands | Business

GALEN — Chris Van Fleet and Chuck Youells were bowled over so completely by Don and Norma Lancaster’s Stone 8 Tap House that they bought the place. With six bowling lanes and a recently renovated cornhole area, game room, bar and restaurant, the facility that has been a staple on Route 31 for decades reopened … Read more

A recreational pot shop in Woburn? | Middlesex East

After watching other cities and towns for years now rake in the financial benefits from retail cannabis sales, Woburn Mayor Scott Galvin is ready to make his community the first in the Middlesex East region to open a recreational pot shop. Unsure of how the state’s experiment with legalized marijuana would play out when recreational … Read more

Local Kenosha politicians representing the site of proposed casino have differing views on it | Government & Politics

The two local politicians who represent the area where a proposed Hard Rock International entertainment center and casino would be located have differing views on the matter. Earlier this month, the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin announced it was partnering with Florida-based Hard Rock International to release the tribe’s efforts to open a venue on … Read more

Need plans this weekend? 10 things to do around New Orleans July 28-31 | Entertainment/Life

Music, dance and more are on the lineup this weekend in New Orleans. There’s the Sounds of St. Andrew’s Concert series on Thursday, New Orleans Ballet Association Summer Dance Concert on Friday and Harmony University Quartet Showcase on Saturday. Here’s more of what’s happening July 28-31. Hear selections from Mozart during a community concert Thursday … Read more

Old ain’t necessarily bad | Columns

Last month, during a visit to our home, our 23-year-old future daughter-in-law emerged for the day dressed in a cute floral-print romper. It looked brand new, but she claimed it was “so old.” She’d had it at least three years now. I laughed and felt compelled to confess I regularly wear socks, tops and pants … Read more

UnCapped: Other Half Brewing | Arts & entertainment

In this episode of the UnCapped podcast, host Chris Sands headed to Fourscore Beer Co. to meet with co-owner Matt Monahan and director of experience Geriz Ramirez from Other Half Brewing. They talked about the early days of Other Half Brewing, the design philosophy of their labels, the role collaboration beers play and the expansion … Read more

Webb City Council advances permit for golf, entertainment center | Local News

WEBB CITY, Mo. — The Webb City Council on Monday gave initial approval to an ordinance granting a special-use permit for Tee Time LLC to construct a golfing and entertainment facility with a food and beverage service, multiple driving bays and a recreation area. The Webb City Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously approved the special-use … Read more

‘Back in the game’: US Senate passes semiconductor package | Govt-and-politics

In a bipartisan vote on Wednesday, the US Senate adopted legislation that will invest $52 billion in domestic production of semiconductor chips vital to the automobile industry and other manufacturers, opening the door to construction of a dozen new fabrication plants in an industry that Virginia knows well . The CHIPS+ Act, as it is … Read more

Former Norfolk Livestock Sales property eyed as home to new inclusive entertainment center | News

The vision of creating a family entertainment center in Norfolk has taken a big step toward becoming reality. Americarts announced Monday that it had a signed purchase agreement in place with the current owners of Norfolk Livestock Sales, located at 1601 S. First St., and is launching a $2 million capital campaign called Americarts Founder’s … Read more

Mike Copeland: Richland Mall Back-2-Cool bash; Terry Black’s BBQ still coming to Waco; HEB remodeling continues | Local News

Richland Mall has released what it calls the 2022 Trend Report, outlining back-to-school needs and wants available at mall merchants. “We’re picking up thrift-style tees from H&M, new embellished jeans from Buckle, and old-school shoes from Journeys,” said mall marketing director Brad King in a news release. He also mentioned notebooks from Claire’s, book bags … Read more