FLORAL PARK, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) – Dalila Abigail Rivera knows nearly all there is to know about the beans at Rivers Cafe USA . “We can tell you exactly what harvest it is, when was it roasted,” she said. READ MORE: Ivory & Main: Plus-Size Boutique Helps All Brides Feel Beautiful That’s because the coffee is grown on her family’s farm in her native El Salvador. The beans make the transcontinental journey to Jericho Turnpike in Floral Park, where Dalila, who goes by Abby, runs the cafe, alongside her husband Gil Lopez. View this post on Instagram A post shared by RIVERS CAFE USA (@riverscafeusa) The traditional blend undergoes a fermentation process, while the yellow honey variety is simply sun-dried and roasted to preserve its namesake flavor. In addition to drip coffee, espresso drinks are available. Local bakeries supply pastries including tres leches cake and pastel del leche cookies. A member … [Read more...] about Rivers Cafe USA: Family-Run Coffee Shop In Floral Park Spans Generations, Nations
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close Video Seattle parents finds katana sword, axe inside homeless encampment next to son's school Ryle Goodrich says that despite the potential dangers posed to children, the city has not made plans to remove the encampment. A Seattle chocolate shop said it was working to create a more "inviting, inclusive and cohesive community" after reports of an employee allegedly refusing to serve a pair of police officers . Mike Solan, president of the Seattle Police Officers Guild, told Fox News that an officer and officer trainee walked into a Chocolati Cafes store in the Wallingford neighborhood when they were refused service. "They were met with a bit of hostility," he said. "But based upon the amount of pushback that company has received from the public and across the nation is that people are still really supportive of the police." MORE THAN 200 SEATTLE POLICE OFFICERS QUIT IN 2020 The Post Millennial reported the … [Read more...] about Seattle police officers denied service at chocolate shop
WESTFIELD, N.J. (CBSNewYork) – There is a major uptick in home burglaries with the intent to steal the car key fobs in several Union County towns. As CBS2’s Meg Baker reports, the Colby family was startled awake at 2 a.m. Saturday in their Westfield home. READ MORE: Only On 2: New York's Traffic Court To Remain Virtual Despite Other Courts Resuming In-Person Hearings “I just heard some noise from downstairs. I didn’t hear them smash the window, I just kind of heard, like, thumping and stuff,” Jack Colby said. “When he looked out window, he saw that there were people around my car,” Peggy Colby said. “I came downstairs, immediately went into, like, survival mode,” said 17-year-old Justin Colby. Burglars broke through the window of their back door to unlock it, grabbing wallets from the counter, and key fobs. “We’ve seen our criminals become more brazen lately. We’ve seen homes forcibly entered in an apparent search for key fobs to steal cars parked in the driveway,” … [Read more...] about Car Thieves Increasingly Burglarizing Union County Homes For Key Fobs Left In Plain View Near The Door
Photo-Illustration: retailers Welcome back to Your Shopping Cart , where we break out the top-ten products that you, devoted Strategist readers, all bought in droves. Think of this as the tl;dr of the Strategist. If your like-minded brethren are buying these items, maybe you’d like to, too. A post-vaccine summer is (finally) in sight, and Strategist readers stocked up accordingly this month: Face masks were swapped out for immunization-card holders, and a reader-favorite, dermatologist-approved sunscreen made its annual reappearance — signs, we think, of better times to come. But even with more and more people now eligible for the vaccine, experts still recommend masking (and double-masking ) while indoors, so it’s no surprise that both fabric and disposable masks remained among your top items purchased. And those aren’t the only things that are repeats from the past few months. Top-rated, gel-infused pillows and ergonomic office chairs popped up again, too, … [Read more...] about What Strategist Readers Bought in April: Vaccine-Card Holders and Charging Cables
No matter how you slice it, only one candidate can survive the potential “Steel Cage” political death-match brewing in Florida between three Republicans: Gov. Ron DeSantis Ron DeSantis Florida passes bill prohibiting social media companies from banning politicians Allowing a racist slur against Tim Scott to trend confirms social media's activist bias The Hill's Morning Report - Biden launches blitz for jobs plan with 'thank you, Georgia' MORE and Sens. Marco Rubio Marco Antonio Rubio Senate Intel vows to 'get to the bottom' of 'Havana syndrome' attacks Bipartisan Senate group calls for Biden to impose more sanctions on Myanmar junta Schumer waiting for recommendation on Supreme Court expansion MORE and Rick Scott . It’s a highly anticipated WWE-like event of epic proportions that assumes current Florida resident Donald Trump Donald Trump Venezuela grants house arrest for six jailed US oil execs Newsmax apologizes to Dominion … [Read more...] about Will DeSantis, Rubio and Scott torch each other to vault from Florida to the White House?