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Sauce Magazine – Acapulco Restaurant & Lounge in St. Ann is a local landmark

Acapulco Restaurant & Lounge in St. Ann is a local landmark By Iain Shaw // August 30, 2022 The southwestern Mexican state of Oaxaca is home to one of Mexico’s proudest culinary cultures, whose moles, tlayudas and mezcal have been the subject of growing admiration in the US over the past decade. However, when Ernestina …

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Optimism key for Bay of Plenty businesses battling low staff and high costs

RotoruaNZ chairman John McRae and Rotorua Business Chamber chairwoman Miriam Hewson at the launch. Photo / Laura Smith Navigating a “nightmare” skilled staff shortage and increased costs are the biggest concerns of business leaders, a new survey has highlighted. Businesses across the region, including in hospitality and tourism, have been crying out for staff for …

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As tourism rises, city’s free shuttles ease parking problems

Posted May 4, 2022, 6:46 am Sara Edwards Cronkite News Tourists looking for socially distanced outdoor activities flocked to Sedona during the pandemic, adding to traffic congestion, noise and air pollution in red rock country. In response, the city has expedited plans to sustainably move people from one Instagramable moment to the next. In 2020, …

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Commentary: Effective communication: A key to better relationships | Chanhassen Opinion

Have you noticed what has been happening with communication in the last few years? We’re concerned because there seems to be a decline in effective communication. Today, we see how it’s more and more difficult to find subjects that people can discuss without polarization. There are divisions in society, politics, and healthcare. In doing some …

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Arizona to set up electric vehicle charger network with federal infrastructure funds

Posted Jul 17, 2022, 10:23 am Jacob Owens TucsonSentinel.com The state of Arizona unveiled plans for the first stages of its electric vehicle infrastructure plan, which is set to bring roughly 30 charging stations to the state’s interstates in the coming years. A public meeting Thursday night allowed Arizonans to inquire about the state’s five-year …

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