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Canvassing Support For Local Talent At Shake Shack Joints



a group of people sitting in front of a store: As with New York burger joint Shake Shack’s existing outlets, the latest one at Gardens By The Bay throws the spotlight on the local art scene.


As with New York burger joint Shake Shack’s existing outlets, the latest one at Gardens By The Bay throws the spotlight on the local art scene.

As with New York burger joint Shake Shack’s existing outlets, the latest one at Gardens By The Bay throws the spotlight on the local art scene. | Photos: (Clockwise from top): Shake Shack Gardens By The Bay, Instagram/@shakeshacksg

It is a happy thing when the worlds of food and art come together – talk about a feast for the senses! And one popular fast food joint on our Little Red Dot throws the spotlight

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New Family-Style Restaurant Owners Hope To Aid Community | Local Business News

A new restaurant called The Farm House is now open at 650 W. Andrew Johnson Highway, and its owners say they are eager to build this new business with the goal of helping others.

Located in the building that once housed The Diamond House Chinese restaurant and more recently Chang Thai, The Farm House is a joint venture between cook Ricardo Camacho, who also owns El Chilango food truck, and Yasmin Huertas, a 2020 Greeneville High School graduate and current East Tennessee State University student.

The Farm House opened in mid-March, but Huertas and Camacho said the story behind it

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A Golden Age of Local Digital Stars

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The global internet is becoming a little less American, and this can be both thrilling and unsettling.

I’m a tiny bit obsessed with regional e-commerce stars like Coupang in South Korea and Jumia in parts of Africa, and how they are managing to out-Amazon Amazon (so far).

Their success is evidence of what may be an evolution away from online services as a homogeneous — and largely American-dominated — global blob. And it shows we may now be on the

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Three local eateries now open for business

MUNCIE, Ind. — If you’ve been waiting for a new scene in Muncie’s local restaurants, you’re in luck. Muncie is home to three new, or at least newly located, eateries.

Currently, Muncie is waiting on the return of Cammack Station and the Barking Cow as they expand their business and prepare for re-opening in the spring.

But if you’re craving Chinese food, specialty donuts or a cup of coffee, these three local eateries are now open for business:

Sweet treats at Purdylicious 

Jeff and Kerri Purdy opened the Purdylicious Sweet Shoppe, which serves coffee, donuts, lemonade and other items, in January of 2021.

Jeff and Kerri Purdy started their business off with just kettle corn, taking the treat to festivals and

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