Most of the businesses listed include a three-course meal during lunch or dinner, priced at $15.15, $25.25, $40.40 or $65.65. Mediterranean restaurant Terzo is among the higher-priced businesses on the list, but it's still a significant deal since its dinner special includes a wine pairing per dish. … [Read more...] about Here are the best deals during San Francisco restaurant week
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Through the month of February, Diablo magazine beauty, health, and wellness partners will offer luxury services at discounted prices. Available treatments include massages, facials, and several med spa treatments. These treatments and prices are available for a limited time and details are available on Diablo magazine’s website. Diablo magazine readers are encouraged to contact participating partners to book appointments by February 29, 2020: … [Read more...] about Diablo Magazine launches Diablo Days for Wellness in the February 2020 issue
"We expect this to be a long nomination fight and have built our campaign to sustain well past Super Tuesday and stay resilient no matter what breathless media narratives come when voting begins," Warren campaign manager Roger Lau wrote, suggesting the primary could stretch well into the spring. … [Read more...] about 8 things you might have missed in the final days before the Iowa caucuses
In a different way, I loved Rosa’s Lounge, another blues club that’s as intimate as Kingston Mines is sprawling. I felt less connection to Buddy Guy’s Legends, a glitzy place downtown that’s convenient for tourists but only slightly more atmospheric than the Hilton. (Top priority on my next Chicago trip: the Green Mill, a gorgeous jazz club with a wicked vintage look. I saw it, but it was a weekday afternoon and only the jukebox was playing.) Here’s more on Kingston Mines and the others. … [Read more...] about What Grammys? Try these 12 places for the best live music in America
In addition to Smotrich, there are several other right-wing leaders that need to be swayed. In the past, one other potentially key coalition partner (Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon) as well as a few senior Likud ministers signaled their disquiet with such “personalized” legislation only benefiting the premier. And of course, Israel’s is a parliamentary system requiring a majority governing coalition: the horsetrading to form such a coalition is legendary and much will depend on the final allocation of seats. … [Read more...] about Benjamin Netanyahu ‘the Magician’ Is Re-Elected Israel’s Prime Minister—but at What Price?