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States hesitant to adopt digital COVID vaccine verification

Customers wanting to wine, dine and unwind to live music at the City Winery’s flagship restaurant in New York must show proof of a COVID-19 vaccination to get in. But that’s not required at most other dining establishments in the city. And it’s not necessary at other City Winery sites around the U.S.

Gov. Kate Brown: Oregon will fully reopen by June 30

PORTLAND – Gov. Kate Brown said Friday Oregon’s COVID-19 related restrictions will be lifted by June 30 or once 70% of adults in the state vaccinated with at least the first dose of a COVID-19 – whichever comes first.

Water Cooler: Charcuterie on a budget

Charcuterie boards are excellent for entertaining during the summer, but they have a reputation for costing an arm and a leg. If you make one at home, however, you have a lot of options for substituting charcuterie staples with more affordable options that can be just as tasty.

A guide to hot sauce with tips on using eight common styles

Hot sauce in some form dates back millennia. Likely just a mixture of Mesoamerica’s wild chiles and water, it has evolved greatly and migrated around the globe. One of the biggest milestones occurred with the domestication of the chile.

Et tu, Caesar? Seven of the best spots for Caesar salad in Spokane

At every stage of my gradual evolution from “picky” to “foodie,” my comfort order hasn’t budged an inch. You see, there’s nothing like a good Caesar salad. In no particular order, here’s a list of seven local restaurants that knock it out of the park.

Poll: Many Americans resuming pre-virus activities

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Many Americans are relaxing precautions taken during the COVID-19 pandemic and resuming everyday activities, even as some worry that coronavirus-related restrictions were hastily lifted, a new poll shows.

Scotch whisky makers welcome suspension of costly U.S. tariffs

Scotch single malt whisky makers breathed a sigh of relief Thursday after the United States agreed to suspend tariffs on one of Scotland's main exports following the resolution of a long-standing trade row between the U.S. and the EU over subsidies to aircraft companies Boeing and Airbus.

Water Cooler: Lentils a nutritious summer staple

Looking for something light, cheap and nutritionally dense to eat all summer? Look no further than the lentil. This versatile legume can be used in a variety of cold salads for an easy and nutritious summer staple.

Runner says tainted burrito led to test for banned substance

Shelby Houlihan, the American record holder in the 1,500 and 5,000 meters, was banned for four years after failing to prove that tainted pork caused her positive test for an anabolic steroid, sport's highest court said Tuesday.