The Rip city of Portland!

The Rip city of Portland!

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Portland may be the city of weird. But it’s also an epicenter for craft beer, coffeehouses, theater, arts, and music. Plus, it’s home to one of the best culinary scenes in America – restaurants and food carts running the gamut from Guamanian to Indian cuisine.
Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area
The Columbia River marks the Oregon-Washington state border, and its entire length is a remarkable sightseeing region ideal for leisurely drives and enjoying the outdoors. A day trip destination from Portland, the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area covers an immense 292,500 acres along the Pacific Northwest’s largest river. The trip takes in locks, viewpoints, and hiking trails. Many visitors like to stop and photograph the waterfalls that edge the route.
Pittock Mansion
This former home to the Pittock family is now a museum that celebrates the family, architecture, design, culture and Portland’s history. Here’s the problem with Pittock: It is very annoying to get to without a car. You either need to take a bus and then walk half-mile uphill or you can hope in a rideshare or taxi. Otherwise, it’s fine. A fine way to spend a rainy afternoon. But it’s also $11 to walk around a house for probably an hour at most, which is a little steep.
Oregon zoo
The Oregon Zoo, then known as the Portland Zoo, made global headlines in 1962 with the birth of Packy, the first elephant born in captivity in 44 years. Today the zoo is the pre-eminent breeding center for captive elephants in the world. The zoo was founded in 1888, making it the oldest zoo west of the Mississippi. The zoo may have started with only two bears, but today it has more than 1,800 animals belonging to 232 species, including several, like the condor, that are endangered.
Powell’s city of books
This downtown Portland landmark covers an entire city block. Powell’s City of Books is the largest new-and-used bookstore in the US. Powell’s provides customers with maps so that they can avoid getting lost amongst the nooks and crannies. Bibliophiles will relish spending a few hours browsing through the 122 major categories of books. The Coffee & Tea Room provides refreshment so that you may renew your energy and continue perusing Powell’s color-coded rooms.
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Why the name??
The nickname Rip City is usually used in the context of the city’s NBA team, the Portland Trail Blazers. The term was coined by the team’s play-by-play announcer Bill Schonely during a game against the Los Angeles Lakers on February 18, 1971, the Blazers’ first season. In the days prior to the three-point field goal, Blazers guard Jim Barnett took an ill-advised long distance shot that none the less went in, giving the new team hope for a victory against the powerful Lakers. Excited, Schonely exclaimed “Rip City! All right!” Schonely admits that he has no idea how he came up with the expression, but it became synonymous with the team and the city of Portland. Ranjini Trinitymirror

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Food Critics: The Best Patios In Kansas City In 2019

Summer is the time to enjoy food and drinks outside on the patio for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner.
When it comes to eating outdoors, Kansas City area restaurants have a different atmosphere than traditional sidewalk cafes in Europe, says Jenny Vergara of Feast Magazine.
“We have much more of a patio party thing happening in Kansas City,” Vergara says.
Kansas City area restaurants have their own atmospheres when it comes to patios. Some boast views of downtown, others have rooftop games and some are suitable for the kids.
Here are the Central Standard Food Critics’ recommendations for patios in the metro area.
Mary Bloch , Around the Block : Fox and Pearl — Fox and Pearl just opened and is the newest restaurant on my list. It has a cozy patio enclosed by trees and wood fencing with a brick terrace and wood tables. It’s a great place to enjoy delicious cocktails along with the duck pate with strawberry jam or a bowl of homemade pasta. Extra Virgin — Extra Virgin is always hopping. It’s one of my favorite hangouts for happy hour because so many menu items are half price. On Monday nights it’s a great place to enjoy one of their pizzas; I also love the octopus however it’s prepared. Gram & Dun — Gram & Dun is a hotspot on the Plaza. Thanks to the fire pits, it’s great for cocktails (and potato chips), even when there’s a chill. I love the shrimp and grits and the chicken and waffles with homemade hot sauce. The Campground — New owners Christopher Ciesiel and Cristin Llewellyn renovated the former Genessee Royale Bistro space, and there’s now a full patio. Grab a burger or a cocktail and listen to the trains go by. Tribe Street Kitchen — Hop on the streetcar and head down to the River Market for some global cuisines such as Thai, Indian and Mexican at Tribe Street Kitchen. I like the chicken mole street tacos or the Korean short ribs. Black Dirt — Black Dirt’s patio offers an opportunity for some upscale fare — don’t miss the rack of lamb with polenta, olives and harissa sauce — or a really good burger (and fries) in a casual urban setting. Messenger Coffee and Ibis Bakery — Head to the rooftop with your coffee for a tremendous view of the city. Get a pastry or cookie and you’re set for the morning. For a more substantial meal, try the veggie hash with black beans, roasted veggies, beet mole, pickled red onions, micro cilantro, or the sesame tartine with avocado, caramelized onions, fresh cheese, root veggies and micro cilantro topped with poached eggs CaVa — Champagne and fries? French pastry? Croque madame or mussels? Sip the afternoon away at the lovely patio next to the champagne bar, where you can’t go wrong ordering the board with local cheeses.
Danielle Lehman, Open Belly Podcast : Rye Leawood — The patio at Rye in Leawood makes me feel like I’m on vacation. It’s such a beautiful setting, near the pond and walking trails. I really enjoy a glass of wine with the Butcher Board of assorted meats and pickles. Aixois Bistro — Aixois in Brookside has the best people-watching. I like to go for breakfast: The avocado toast is one of the best I’ve had, and I’ve been told the secret ingredient is sumac. Flying Horse Taproom — Flying Horse is the perfect neighborhood hang. The flatbreads are thin and crispy, and they have more than 20 beers on tap. I also love that it’s kid friendly. Brewery Emperial — The patio at Brewery Emperial is more like a beer garden with picnic tables and yard games, and they even have occasional yoga classes. The tri-tip sandwich is my go-to. I haven’t seen many Kansas City menus with tri-tip, which is a cut of beef from the bottom sirloin that’s more lean than a brisket. KC Bier Co — This is the perfect place to both enjoy a beer and entertain your kids simultaneously. The gravel rock patio is a perfect playground for little ones, and there’s often live music. I like the classic bratwurst or the giant pretzel — with a cold beer of course. Banksia — This Australian bakery downtown has a quaint patio that almost feels like you could be in an East Coast city. It’s one of my favorite breakfast spots. I love the corn, zucchini and cilantro fritters with avocado, refried beans, fried egg, bacon and pan roasted cherry tomatoes. Chicken N Pickle — Once again, if there’s a patio where I can eat good food, have a drink, and entertain my kid, I’m there. I love Chicken N Pickle for an evening of pickleball, but the spicy fried chicken sandwich with pickles and spicy slaw is quite good. Bella Napoli — Bella Napoli is another charming neighborhood spot with a great patio. I love the bolognese and the arancini. Parlor — This enclosed patio is great year round, even if it’s raining or snowing. I love that you can try many different cuisines in one spot. My go-to order is the spicy pork bibimbap from Sura Eats or the mole chicken wings from Karbon. Lenexa Public Market — I consider the entire area outside of Lenexa Public Market as its patio. There’s live music occasionally in the summer, so you can bring the whole family and enjoy the evening. Inside the market, I love the butter chicken or chapli kebab at Sohaila’s Kitchen, or, if they’re not sold out, the tamales at Red Kitchen Tamales.
Jenny Vergara , Feast Magazine : Percheron Rooftop Bar at Crossroads Hotel — With yard games and TV screens turned to the big game, this rooftop patio offers drinking and dining options to match the unique views of downtown and the Crossroads. It has a list of breezy summer-inspired cocktails and a selection of local beers, while the food feels like satisfying and shareable bar snacks. Trezo Mare — It’s worth waiting for a seat on the patio at Trezo Mare. Order a glass of wine or a local beer and pair it with fried calamari or marinated olives to snack on while you watch the sun set over the city. Il Lazzarone — One of the best parts about Il Lazzarone’s patio (aside from its spacious size and matching bright red chairs) is that it stays open until 1:30 a.m. most nights, so it could begin or end your night out on the perfect note. Get the margarita pizza and a salad to share. Harry’s Bar &Tables — Whether it’s for the lovely historic building, the full food menu or the quality cocktails, service-industry folks, musicians, locals and tourists alike flock to this iconic corner bar. Sit on the multi-level patio and enjoy a frosty cold beer, cocktail or glass of wine, and along with the hummus trio, Bavarian pretzels with beer cheese, or a burger, sandwich, tacos or pizzas. Stock Hill — This is a fabulous patio with handsome wood tables and mesh chairs. For a great date, order a steak and sides to share and or a smattering of lighter appetizers and dessert along with a couple of great cocktails or a bottle of wine. The Farmhouse — The Farmhouse chefs continue to push farm-forward dishes such as vegan pupusas with spicy charred corn cakes topped with grilled vegetables and chile sauce. For a meatier option, there’s the espresso rubbed pork chop with new potatoes and an orange chili glaze. Café Equinox — Café Equinox is a buzzy space offering Thou Mayest coffee, teas and pastries. Grab an iced coffee and a blueberry pop-tart and browse the dazzling array of plants, planters and accessories at the shop. This is the perfect space to just relax and breathe. Local Pig & Pigwich — Moving from its original East Bottoms location to the City Market has given Local Pig room to grow. They inherited a large indoor and outdoor seating area where guests can lounge under an awning as they watch the bustling market come to life. Get the falafel burger made with a chickpea patty, olive tapenade and tzatziki and a can of rosé. The Monarch Cocktail Bar & Lounge — This sophisticated cocktail lounge provides some of the most creative, ambitious and delicious craft cocktails in Kansas City. Outside, the Monarch Terrace offers a more relaxed experience where the seasonal cocktail is a take on an orange creamsicle. The Restaurant at 1900 — Restaurant at 1900’s patio is the perfect meet-up spot for appetizers and drinks or a casual dinner in the summer. For dinner, get the chilled cucumber soup with an order of the tomato and bulgur salad with heirloom and green tomatoes, cucumber, root vegetables, macadamia nut, cured olive, creamed feta and vinaigrette. Blvd Tavern — Start your weekend mornings with brunch on the patio at Blvd Tavern. I like the cinnamon roll with a vanilla orange glaze and the corned beef hash with potato, onion, smoked tomato red-eye gravy, poached eggs and marbled rye toast.
Listener and Instagram recommendations: The Mockingbird Lounge — The patio isn’t big — there’s enough room for about 20 people — but it has a great uninterrupted view of downtown. It also has a great atmosphere with live music that’s always a good time. The tacos and the pork sandwich are delicious. Nick and Jake’s On Main — Nick and Jake’s patio is slightly secluded because it’s in between two buildings, but it’s a nice getaway in the city. Vivilore — You could drive past it and not even know it was there. Overgrown with ivy, the restaurant has a patio and garden with a European feel complete with flowers, fountains and lights. Jess and Jim’s Steakhouse — With beautiful flowers, nice fire pits for cooler days and nearby train tracks, Jess and Jim’s Steakhouse is a great place to sit outside with a glass of wine or beer. JJ’s Restaurant — It’s like a little oasis with an amazing happy hour and great drink and food specials. The pizzas are amazing. Cafe Trio — Cafe Trio has a great atmosphere, amazing view and is good for people watching. Harry’s Country Club — Harry’s has a huge, spacious patio and great happy hour deals. The atmosphere is more laid back than the name suggests. The Westside Local — Its patio has a beer garden.
Rylie Koester is an intern for KCUR 89.3. You can reach her at @RylieKoester . Tags:

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These New NYC Restaurants Are Among The 16 Best In The U.S. |

restaurants & bars Shared from New York City, NY These New NYC Restaurants Are Among The 16 Best In The U.S. The three eateries were selected by the food website Eater. By Adam Nichols, Patch Staff Jul 12, 2019 1:12 pm ET {{ replyButtonLabel }} Reply {{ replyCount }} The best new restaurants in the U.S. include three in NYC. (Shutterstock) NEW YORK – New York City restaurants serving up Indian, Korean and Malaysian foods have been named among the 16 best new eateries in the country.
The three spots were praised by the food website Eater.com , which sent out editors to eat at hundreds of spots that opened between May 2018 and May 2019.
“What moved us wasn’t merely virtuoso cooking or totally of-the-moment interior design,” said Eater Restaurant Editor Hillary Dixler Canavan.
“It was the feeling that a restaurant, whether a noodle shop slinging Laotian specialties in East Dallas or a tasting menu championing the overlooked delights of the Oregon coast in Portland, was the right place at the right time — right now.”
Here are the NYC restaurants that made the grade:
Adda, 31-31 Thomson Avenue, Long Island City.
What Eater said:
What makes Adda different from other high-profile new restaurants is owner Roni Mazumdar and chef Chintan Pandya’s dedication to simple homestyle cooking — they eschew the flash and fusion of Rahi, their formidable other Manhattan restaurant. Pandya, who previously worked in fine dining, breathes new life into classics that have become ubiquitous and, too often, mediocre in New York: Here, a goat curry called junglee maas comes with the bone left in and a fiery, uncompromising sauce. The greens in the saag paneer change seasonally, and paneer is made in-house, a rarity in the city. The menu also doesn’t shy away from ingredients that are less common in the Western palate. A goat brains snack, for instance, has become a standout.
Mazumdar, an immigrant whose family runs restaurants in New York, pursued the project in hopes of making straightforward, regional Indian home cooking just as celebrated as the stuff with twists. It’s thrilling to see that their unapologetic commitment to tradition is being welcomed with such enthusiasm and with few of the caveats typically, and unnecessarily, shrouding restaurants serving South Asian fare. It’s a reception that deserves to be replicated everywhere.
Atomix, 104 E. 30th St., Manhattan
What Eater Said:
At the end of a dinner at Atomix, the menu — composed of illustrated flashcards — is packed in a box for the diner to take home. In different hands, this could seem a bit overwrought, a presumption that the dining experience was special enough to merit a keepsake. But Atomix is that special.
The structures of the meal are familiar: 10 courses, each beautifully arranged, served to 14 guests seated around a U-shaped counter. But in their followup to New York hit Atoboy, married couple JungHyun “JP” Park and JeongEun “Ellia” Park have taken the formal tasting menu and refashioned it as a playful education in Korean cooking. There’s the food itself, none of it strictly traditional, but much of it making reference to classic or even historic Korean techniques and flavors. All of it is elegant and playful: A dish on the restaurant’s opening menu, for example, paired golden osetra caviar, baby artichokes, and fresh curd — this last ingredient a direct reference to soo , a dairy product once enjoyed by Korean elites.
And then there’s the carefully considered design, full of elements meant to showcase Korean artists and artisans, like handmade pottery, chopsticks displayed for the guests’ selection at the start of the meal, and that set of abstract cards, each with an explanation of a dish. Together, the Parks present a new vision of Korean cuisine, and a compelling take on the future of fine dining in New York City.
Kopitiam, 151 East Broadway, Manhattan
What Eater said:
Chef Kyo Pang and partner Moonlynn Tsai give a master class in how to combine counter service and homestyle hospitality. Kopitiam fits New Yorkers’ lives, providing a quirky, colorful place for a breakfast meeting, a quick lunch, or a catch-up dinner with a friend, all while challenging the repetitive nature of too many fast-casual menus.
Instead of staid tossed salads or more roasted chicken plates, Kopitiam serves pungent anchovy noodle soup, thrillingly flavorful shrimp-paste chicken wings, and understated milk toast sandwiches. That anchovy noodle soup, or pan mee , is representative of what goes into Pang’s food. It’s a labor-intensive, umami-packed dish that she learned from her grandmother, who learned it from her mother, consisting of handmade chewy, flat flour noodles with wood ear mushrooms, spinach, minced pork, and crispy fried anchovies in an anchovy broth. All of Pang’s meticulously rendered food stands on its own as some of the city’s best — which is why the restaurant has become a go-to for both local and visiting Eater editors. That she and Tsai can make it work with no dish topping $16 is a welcome revelation.
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These New NYC Restaurants Are Among The 16 Best In The U.S. | Patch

restaurants & bars Shared from New York City, NY These New NYC Restaurants Are Among The 16 Best In The U.S. The three eateries were selected by the food website Eater. By Adam Nichols, Patch Staff Jul 12, 2019 1:12 The best new restaurants in the U.S. include three in NYC. (Shutterstock) NEW YORK – New York City restaurants serving up Indian, Korean and Malaysian foods have been named among the 16 best new eateries in the country.
The three spots were praised by the food website Eater.com , which sent out editors to eat at hundreds of spots that opened between May 2018 and May 2019.
“What moved us wasn’t merely virtuoso cooking or totally of-the-moment interior design,” said Eater Restaurant Editor Hillary Dixler Canavan.
“It was the feeling that a restaurant, whether a noodle shop slinging Laotian specialties in East Dallas or a tasting menu championing the overlooked delights of the Oregon coast in Portland, was the right place at the right time — right now.”
Here are the NYC restaurants that made the grade:
Adda, 31-31 Thomson Avenue, Long Island City.
What Eater said:
What makes Adda different from other high-profile new restaurants is owner Roni Mazumdar and chef Chintan Pandya’s dedication to simple homestyle cooking — they eschew the flash and fusion of Rahi, their formidable other Manhattan restaurant. Pandya, who previously worked in fine dining, breathes new life into classics that have become ubiquitous and, too often, mediocre in New York: Here, a goat curry called junglee maas comes with the bone left in and a fiery, uncompromising sauce. The greens in the saag paneer change seasonally, and paneer is made in-house, a rarity in the city. The menu also doesn’t shy away from ingredients that are less common in the Western palate. A goat brains snack, for instance, has become a standout.
Mazumdar, an immigrant whose family runs restaurants in New York, pursued the project in hopes of making straightforward, regional Indian home cooking just as celebrated as the stuff with twists. It’s thrilling to see that their unapologetic commitment to tradition is being welcomed with such enthusiasm and with few of the caveats typically, and unnecessarily, shrouding restaurants serving South Asian fare. It’s a reception that deserves to be replicated everywhere.
Atomix, 104 E. 30th St., Manhattan
What Eater Said:
At the end of a dinner at Atomix, the menu — composed of illustrated flashcards — is packed in a box for the diner to take home. In different hands, this could seem a bit overwrought, a presumption that the dining experience was special enough to merit a keepsake. But Atomix is that special.
The structures of the meal are familiar: 10 courses, each beautifully arranged, served to 14 guests seated around a U-shaped counter. But in their followup to New York hit Atoboy, married couple JungHyun “JP” Park and JeongEun “Ellia” Park have taken the formal tasting menu and refashioned it as a playful education in Korean cooking. There’s the food itself, none of it strictly traditional, but much of it making reference to classic or even historic Korean techniques and flavors. All of it is elegant and playful: A dish on the restaurant’s opening menu, for example, paired golden osetra caviar, baby artichokes, and fresh curd — this last ingredient a direct reference to soo , a dairy product once enjoyed by Korean elites.
And then there’s the carefully considered design, full of elements meant to showcase Korean artists and artisans, like handmade pottery, chopsticks displayed for the guests’ selection at the start of the meal, and that set of abstract cards, each with an explanation of a dish. Together, the Parks present a new vision of Korean cuisine, and a compelling take on the future of fine dining in New York City.
Kopitiam, 151 East Broadway, Manhattan
What Eater said:
Chef Kyo Pang and partner Moonlynn Tsai give a master class in how to combine counter service and homestyle hospitality. Kopitiam fits New Yorkers’ lives, providing a quirky, colorful place for a breakfast meeting, a quick lunch, or a catch-up dinner with a friend, all while challenging the repetitive nature of too many fast-casual menus.
Instead of staid tossed salads or more roasted chicken plates, Kopitiam serves pungent anchovy noodle soup, thrillingly flavorful shrimp-paste chicken wings, and understated milk toast sandwiches. That anchovy noodle soup, or pan mee , is representative of what goes into Pang’s food. It’s a labor-intensive, umami-packed dish that she learned from her grandmother, who learned it from her mother, consisting of handmade chewy, flat flour noodles with wood ear mushrooms, spinach, minced pork, and crispy fried anchovies in an anchovy broth. All of Pang’s meticulously rendered food stands on its own as some of the city’s best — which is why the restaurant has become a go-to for both local and visiting Eater editors. That she and Tsai can make it work with no dish topping $16 is a welcome revelation.
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Hop To It- Doi Moi to Serve a Sri Lankan Menu July 21-22 Kicking Off A Guest Chef Series

The menu includes hoppers, jackfruit curry, stir-fried crab, and a Sri Lankan version of funnel cake. Jul 12, 2019 8 AM Tweet Share
Ala thel dala (deviled crispy potatoes) Raisa Aziz The coolest part of a Sri Lankan meal is tearing into a crispy-edged crepe called a hopper that chefs shape into the form of a shallow bowl. Try one at Doi Moi on July 21 and 22 when the 14th Street NW restaurant hosts a Sri Lankan pop-up, kicking off a series of guest chef menu takeovers showcasing cuisines from South Asian and Southeast Asian cultures.
Doi Moi Executive Chef Johanna Hellrigl is hosting Chef Aarthi Sampath who currently works at Rainbow Room in New York City. Both chefs have connections to the small island country known for its curries, fried roti, pickles, and sambals. Sampath grew up in Southern Indian close to Sri Lanka where her grandfather was a spice trader and her grandmother commonly cooked Sri Lankan stews. Hellrigl spent time in Sri Lanka while working for a democracy-building organization focused on empowering women.
“Aarthi and I both have a soft spot and love for Sri Lanka—my favorite country I have been to and the nicest people I have ever met,” Hellrigl says. “I get the opportunity to transport myself back to those memories in Galle or visiting the markets in Colombo.” The chefs met through ChefsFeed —a company that, among other things, helps culinary professionals from different cities collaborate.
The a la carte menu (below) features small snacks to start, family-style entrees, vegetable sides, hoppers, and an array of pickles and sauces. The chefs recommend the crab that’s stir-fried in a wok as well as the Sri Lankan version of funnel cake for dessert made from rice flour, coconut milk, and lentils. No tickets are necessary for the dinner, but reservations are strongly encouraged. The regular Doi Moi menu will not be available during the pop-up.
Hellrigl hopes to host guest chefs at least quarterly. “Authenticity and celebration of other cultures is important to me,” she says. “D.C. is a cosmopolitan city full of individuals who have either traveled to Southeast Asia, are from a country in Southeast Asia, or they are ready for the adventure of trying new things through food, even if they cannot get on a plane to the source tomorrow.”
Next, Doi Moi plans to host Chef Nicholas Tang from DBGB Kitchen + Bar in CityCenterDC in the fall. Tang is from Singapore. “There are plenty of phenomenal chefs in D.C. I am excited to collaborate with, especially if they are cooking a cuisine at their restaurant that is different than their heritage, or the cuisine they are really passionate about.”
Doi Moi, 1800 14th St. NW; (202) 733-5131; doimoidc.com

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C:/Users/NikaraWorld/Downloads/MultiMC/libraries/com/typesafe/akka/akka-actor_2.11/2.3.3/akka-actor_2.11-2.3.3.jar
C:/Users/NikaraWorld/Downloads/MultiMC/libraries/com/typesafe/config/1.2.1/config-1.2.1.jar
C:/Users/NikaraWorld/Downloads/MultiMC/libraries/org/scala-lang/scala-actors-migration_2.11/1.1.0/scala-actors-migration_2.11-1.1.0.jar
C:/Users/NikaraWorld/Downloads/MultiMC/libraries/org/scala-lang/scala-compiler/2.11.1/scala-compiler-2.11.1.jar
C:/Users/NikaraWorld/Downloads/MultiMC/libraries/org/scala-lang/plugins/scala-continuations-library_2.11/1.0.2/scala-continuations-library_2.11-1.0.2.jar
C:/Users/NikaraWorld/Downloads/MultiMC/libraries/org/scala-lang/plugins/scala-continuations-plugin_2.11.1/1.0.2/scala-continuations-plugin_2.11.1-1.0.2.jar
C:/Users/NikaraWorld/Downloads/MultiMC/libraries/org/scala-lang/scala-library/2.11.1/scala-library-2.11.1.jar
C:/Users/NikaraWorld/Downloads/MultiMC/libraries/org/scala-lang/scala-parser-combinators_2.11/1.0.1/scala-parser-combinators_2.11-1.0.1.jar
C:/Users/NikaraWorld/Downloads/MultiMC/libraries/org/scala-lang/scala-reflect/2.11.1/scala-reflect-2.11.1.jar
C:/Users/NikaraWorld/Downloads/MultiMC/libraries/org/scala-lang/scala-swing_2.11/1.0.1/scala-swing_2.11-1.0.1.jar
C:/Users/NikaraWorld/Downloads/MultiMC/libraries/org/scala-lang/scala-xml_2.11/1.0.2/scala-xml_2.11-1.0.2.jar
C:/Users/NikaraWorld/Downloads/MultiMC/libraries/lzma/lzma/0.0.1/lzma-0.0.1.jar
C:/Users/NikaraWorld/Downloads/MultiMC/libraries/java3d/vecmath/1.5.2/vecmath-1.5.2.jar
C:/Users/NikaraWorld/Downloads/MultiMC/libraries/net/sf/trove4j/trove4j/3.0.3/trove4j-3.0.3.jar
C:/Users/NikaraWorld/Downloads/MultiMC/libraries/org/apache/maven/maven-artifact/3.5.3/maven-artifact-3.5.3.jar
C:/Users/NikaraWorld/Downloads/MultiMC/libraries/com/mojang/minecraft/1.12.2/minecraft-1.12.2-client.jar
Native libraries:
C:/Users/NikaraWorld/Downloads/MultiMC/libraries/net/java/jinput/jinput-platform/2.0.5/jinput-platform-2.0.5-natives-windows.jar
C:/Users/NikaraWorld/Downloads/MultiMC/libraries/org/lwjgl/lwjgl/lwjgl-platform/2.9.4-nightly-20150209/lwjgl-platform-2.9.4-nightly-20150209-natives-windows.jar
C:/Users/NikaraWorld/Downloads/MultiMC/libraries/com/mojang/text2speech/1.10.3/text2speech-1.10.3-natives-windows.jar
Mods:
[1.12] RPG-HUD-3.6.6.2
[1.12]MoVillages-1.5.4
AcademyCraft-1.1.2
ActuallyAdditions-1.12.2-r149
Advancement_Book-1.12-1.0.3
Agri+ v1.2.1[MC1.12.2]
AgriCraft-2.12.0-1.12.0-a6
agriseasons-1.12.2-1.0.2
AkashicTome-1.2-12
All Da Nuggets 1.0.1
alternatingflux-0.12.2-2
ancientwarfare-1.12.2-2.7.0.704
AnimalBikes_1.12.2(13Jan19)
AnimalCrops-1.12.2-0.2.0
Animalium-0.3.8
animania-1.12.2-1.6.2
AoA3-3.1.2.b
Apotheosis-1.12.2-1.10.2
AppleCore-mc1.12.2-3.2.0
applepie-1.1
AppleSkin-mc1.12-1.0.9
arcanum-1.12.2-4.3.0.0
architecturecraft-1.12-3.80
armorplus-1.12.2-11.24.0.60
armoryexpansion-1.3.1
Aroma1997Core-1.12.2-2.0.0.2
Aroma1997s-Dimensional-World-1.12.2-2.0.0.2
AsmodeusCore-1.12.2-0.0.8
astralsorcery-1.12.2-1.10.19
AtomyCraft – [2.0.0] – Minecraft_1.12.2
AutoPickup-1.12-2.5.1
AutoRegLib-1.3-31
Avaritia-1.12.2-3.3.0.33-universal
Bakerscraft[1.12.2]-1.0.2
BaseMetals-1.12-2.5.0-rc1.322
Baubles-1.12-1.5.2
bdlib-1.14.3.12-mc1.12.2
Better With Addons-0.50-hotfix
BetterAdvancements-1.12.2-0.1.0.77
BetterBuildersWands-1.12-0.11.1.245+69d0d70
BetterFoliage-MC1.12-2.2.0
BetterFps-1.4.8
betternether-0.1.8.3
Better-Railroads-1.0.0
BetterWithEngineering-1.6
BetterWithLib-1.12-1.5
BetterWithMods-1.12-2.3.20-1027
BiblioCraft[v2.4.5][MC1.12.2]
bibliotheca-1.3.6-1.12.2
binnie-mods-1.12.2-2.5.1.188
BiomesOPlenty-1.12.2-7.0.1.2439-universal
birdsfoods-1.12 – 3.1
blockdrops-1.12.2-1.4.0
BloodMagic-1.12.2-2.4.1-103
BNBGamingLib-1.12.2-2.17.6
Bobo’s supermarket Alpha 1.5 – Minecraft 1.12.2.jar
bonsaitrees-1.1.3-b156
Bookshelf-1.12.2-2.3.585
Botania r1.10-361
BrandonsCore-1.12.2-2.4.16.207-universal
BuildingGadgets-2.6.8
capabilityadapter-1.0.1
careerbees-0.4.0
CarryOn MC1.12.2 v1.12.2
catwalks-1.12.2-4.0.44
Ceramics-1.12-1.3.7
Chameleon-1.12-4.1.3
ChanceCubes-1.12.2-4.0.0.271
ChestTransporter-1.12.2-2.8.8
ChickenChunks-1.12.2-2.4.1.73-universal
chickens-6.0.4
Chisel-MC1.12.2-0.2.1.35
chiselsandbits-14.33
CodeChickenLib-1.12.2-3.2.2.353-universal
CoFHCore-1.12.2-4.6.3.27-universal
CoFHWorld-1.12.2-1.3.1.7-universal
ColaCraft_0.4.3_beta
ColossalChests-1.12.2-1.7.3
CommonCapabilities-1.12.2-2.4.3
compactmachines3-1.12.2-3.0.18-b278
ComputerCraft1.80pr1
conarm-1.12.2-1.2.4
ContentCreatorIntegration-1.12.2-1.0.2
Controlling-3.0.7
CookingForBlockheads_1.12.2-6.4.71
CraftStudioAPI-universal-1.0.1.95-mc1.12-alpha
CraftTweaker2-1.12-4.1.19
CTM-MC1.12.2-0.3.3.22
Cucumber-1.12.2-1.1.3
Cuisine-0.5.14-build890
culinaryconstruct-1.3.3
Cultivated Tech-18w16-A-1.12.2
cxlibrary-1.12.1-1.6.1
Cyclic-1.12.2-1.19.12
CyclopsCore-1.12.2-1.4.0
DankNull-1.12.2-1.5.71
DarkUtils-1.12.2-1.8.226
davincisvessels-1.12-6.340-full
deepmoblearning-1.12.2-2.5.2-universal
deepmoblearningbm-1.12.2-1.0.1-universal
deepresonance-1.12-1.8.0
DimensionalDoors-3.0.9-287
DimensionStages-1.12.2-2.0.23
dooglamoocitiesmod-1.12-1.6.3
Draconic-Evolution-1.12.2-2.3.23.345-universal
Drones-0.3.1
DungeonTactics-1.12.2-0.16.5
ElecCore-1.12.2-1.9.452
EmbersRekindled-1.13-hotfix2
EnchantingPlus-1.12.2-5.0.176
EnderCore-1.12.2-0.5.59
EnderIO-1.12.2-5.0.46
EnderIO-endergy-1.12.2-5.0.46
EnderStorage-1.12.2-2.4.5.135-universal
enderutilities-1.12.2-0.7.12
EnderZoo-1.12.1-1.4.0.49
environmentaltech-1.12.2-2.0.20.1
ep-1.0.2
EquivalentStorage-1.0.3
etlunar-1.12.2-2.0.20.1
EvilCraft-1.12.2-0.10.76
Exchangers-1.12.2-2.8
ExCompressum_1.12.2-3.0.31
exnihilocreatio-1.12.2-0.4
ExpandedEquivalence-1.12.2-12r
ExtraPlanets-1.12.2-0.5.3
extrautils2-1.12-1.9.9
ExtremeReactors-1.12.2-0.4.5.67
FactoryTech-1.6.8
FamiliarFauna-1.12.2-1.0.11
FarmingForBlockheads_1.12.2-3.1.28
FastFood-0.2.121859723
FastLeafDecay-v14
fluxnetworks-1.12.2-3.0.19-21
foamfix-0.10.5-1.12.2
FoodExpansion1.3.3-1.12.2
forbidden_arcanus-1.12.2-1.1.3
forestry_1.12.2-5.8.1.322
forge-1.12.2-14.23.5.2838-universal
Forgelin-1.8.3
ForgeMultipart-1.12.2-2.6.1.81-universal
ForgivingVoid_1.12.2-1.0.23
FTBLib-5.4.3.127
FTBUtilities-5.4.0.100
FTBUtilitiesBackups-1.0.0.4
furniture-6.3.0-1.12.2
FuzzyDrinks Mod 1.12.2 v1.2.1.jar
GalacticraftCore-1.12.2-4.0.2.210
Galacticraft-Planets-1.12.2-4.0.2.210
GalaxySpace-1.12.2-2.0.8
GameStages-1.12.2-2.0.115
gendustry-1.6.5.8-mc1.12.2
gendustryjei-1.0.2
generators-0.9.20.12-mc1.12.2
GraveStone-1.12.2-Extended-1.3.5.1
GraveStone-1.12.2-Graves-1.3.1
GregBlockUtilities-1.12.2-1.2.2
GregicAdditions-1.12.2-1.4.3
GregsConstruct-1.12.2-1.0.1
gregtech-1.12.2-1.8.4.419
GTCEBees-1.12.2-1.0.3
Guide-API-1.12-2.1.8-63
HammerCore-1.12.2-2.0.4.7
Harvest-1.12-1.2.7-20
hatchery-1.12.2-2.2.2
hooked-1.0.3
HorsePower-1.12.2-2.6.4.74
hwell-0.4.2
ICBM-classic-1.12.2-3.3.0b63
Ice Cream+
iceandfire-1.7.1-1.12.2
iChunUtil-1.12.2-7.2.1
immcraft-1.12-1.6.0
Immersive HempCraft-1.12-0.0.7.1
ImmersiveCables-1.12.2-1.3.2
ImmersiveEngineering-0.12-89
immersivefood-1.12.2-0.0.3
immersivepetroleum-1.12.2-1.1.9
ImmersivePosts-0.1.2
ImmersiveRailroading-1.6.1_1.12-1138
immersivetech-1.12-1.3.10
industrialcraft-2-2.8.109-ex112
industrialforegoing-1.12.2-1.12.12-236
IndustrialWires-1.7-36
Infini-TiC-1.12.2-0.1.46
infinitylib-1.12.0
Inspirations-1.12.2-0.2.4
IntegratedDynamics-1.12.2-1.0.16
IntegratedTunnels-1.12.2-1.6.10
IntegrationForegoing-1.12.2-1.9
inventorygenerators-1.2.2
inventorypets-1.12-2.0.1
InventoryTweaks-1.63
IronBackpacks-1.12.2-3.0.8-12
ironchest-1.12.2-7.0.69.845
ironfurnaces-1.3.5
IronJetpacks-1.12-2-1.1.0
itechoredict-1.0.0
ItemFilters-1.0.3.12
ItemStages-1.12.2-2.0.49
IvToolkit-1.3.3-1.12
jehc-1.12.2-1.6.4
jei_1.12.2-4.15.0.268
jeibees-0.9.0.5-mc1.12.2
jeidsi-1.3.1.42
jeiintegration_1.12.2-1.5.1.36
jeivillagers-1.12-1.0.2
journeymap-1.12.2-5.5.4
JustEnoughIDs-1.0.2-26
JustEnoughResources-1.12.2-0.9.2.60
Kiwi-1.12.2-0.5.3.32
kjlib-1.0.4
kotlin3_1.12.2-1.1.0
LaserCreeperRobotDinoRidersFromSpace-2.0.0
librarianlib-1.12.2-4.19.2-release
llibrary-1.7.19-1.12.2
lostcities-1.12-2.0.20
magicalcrops-1.0.2-MC-1.12
MagicalPsi-1.3.2
MagicBees-1.12.2-3.1.10
Magneticraft_1.12-2.7.0-dev
malisiscore-1.12.2-6.5.1
malisisdoors-1.12.2-7.3.0
malisisswitches-1.12.2-5.1.0
Mantle-1.12-1.3.3.55
matc-1.0.1-hotfix
MatterOverdrive-1.12.2-0.7.1.0-universal
mcjtylib-1.12-3.5.3
MCMultiPart-2.5.3
medicme-0.2.1
megaloot-1.12.2-0.2.30
Mekanism-1.12.2-9.7.9.380
MicdoodleCore-1.12.2-4.0.2.210
Millénaire Extended – Byzantine-1.12.2-1.0.0
Millénaire Extended – Indians-1.12.2-1.0.0
Millénaire Extended – Inuits-1.12.2-1.0.0
Millénaire Extended – Maya-1.12.2-1.0.0
Millénaire Extended – Normans-1.12.2-1.1.1
millenaire-1.12.2-7.2.1
minecolonies-1.12.2-0.10.259-RELEASE-universal
MJRLegendsLib-1.12.2-1.1.8
MMDLib-1.12-1.0.0-rc2.36
moarboats-1.12.2-4.1.2.1
moarfood-1.0
moartinkers-0.6.0
MobGrindingUtils-0.3.13
MobStages-1.12.2-2.0.8
MoCandyMod
modelloader-1.1.6
ModernMetals-1.12-2.5.0-rc2.152
MooFluids-1.12.2-1.7.11.02a
Mo’plants Mod 1.0.2
moreavaritia-mc1.12.2-v3.2
morebees-1.12.2-2.0.1
MoreBuckets-1.12.2-1.0.4
More-Cauldrons-1.4.4
morecharcoal-1.12.2-1.0.8
morechickens-1.12.2-3.1.0
morefood2_1.12.2-1.1.0
MoreFoodz
MoreFurnaces-1.12.2-1.10.6
morelibs-1.12.2-1.2.2
More-Planets-1.12.2-2.0.18-GC190
MorePlanetsExtras-1.12.2-1.0
moreplates-1.12.2-5.5.2
morerefinedstorage-1.1.8
morexfood-r1.5
Morph-1.12.2-7.1.3
Morph-o-Tool-1.2-21
MouseTweaks-2.10-mc1.12.2
movingworld-1.12-6.342-full
MrTJPCore-1.12.2-2.1.4.43-universal
multiblockstages-1.1.1
multimob-1.0.5
multistorage-1.12.0-1.4.14
mw-1.11.7.7_mc1.12.2
MysticalAgradditions-1.12.2-1.3.2
MysticalAgriculture-1.12.2-1.7.5
mysticallib-1.12.2-1.3.1
MysticWorld-1.12.2-1.3.1
natura-1.12.2-4.3.2.69
NaturesCompass-1.12.2-1.5.1
Netherending-Ores-1.12.2-1.3
nevoka-core-1.0.2
NHCore-1.12-4.0.3
NotEnoughSoups 1.12.2 – 1.3
notenoughwands-1.12-1.8.1
OpenBlocks-1.12.2-1.8.1
OpenModsLib-1.12.2-0.12.2
oreberries-1.12.x-0.5.0
OreExcavation-1.4.140
OresAllEasy-1.12.2-0.1.0.32
OreSpawn-1.12-3.3.1.172
OreStages-1.12.2-2.0.37
Overloaded-1.12.2-0.0.58
p455w0rdslib-1.12.2-2.2.151
Pam’s Get all the Seeds! 1.12a
Pam’s HarvestCraft 1.12.2zd Surprise for Yogcast
Pam’s Simple Recipes 1.12.2c
Pam’s Simply Strawberries 1.12.2 – 1.0.0
pamscookables-1.1
pamsimpleharvest-2.0.0
Patchouli-1.0-20
peachy-1.0
Peckish-1.12-1.1.0
PizzaCraft-1.12.2-1.4.5
Placebo-1.12.2-1.6.0
PlanetProgression-1.12.2-0.3.5
Plants-1.12.2-2.10.7
planttech2-1.0.9
plasmacraftredux-0.7.1023
plustic-7.0.7.0
pneumaticcraft-repressurized-1.12.2-0.11.3-366
PowerAdapters-1.12.2-1.0.9
practicallogistics2-1.12.2-3.0.8-11
prefab-1.3.0.26
PrimalTech-0.3.4
primitivemobs-1.2.3a
prodigytech-1.12.2-1.2.2
ProjectE-1.12.2-PE1.4.1
ProjectEIntegration-1.12.2-2.3.0
ProjectEX-1.2.0.36
ProjectRed-1.12.2-4.9.3.116-Base
ProjectRed-1.12.2-4.9.3.116-compat
ProjectRed-1.12.2-4.9.3.116-fabrication
ProjectRed-1.12.2-4.9.3.116-integration
ProjectRed-1.12.2-4.9.3.116-lighting
ProjectRed-1.12.2-4.9.3.116-mechanical
ProjectRed-1.12.2-4.9.3.116-world
Psi-r1.1-77
quantumflux-1.12.2-2.0.18
Quark-r1.5-167
railcraft-12.0.0
rangedpumps-0.5
realfilingcabinet-1.12-0.2.0.15
realfoods-0.6_BETA-0.6
RebornCore-1.12.2-3.13.12.447-universal
RebornStorage-1.12.2-3.3.4.85
RecipeStages-1.1.1
RECore-1.12-1.0.3.4
RecurrentComplex-1.4.8.2
RedstoneArsenal-1.12.2-2.6.3.18-universal
RedstoneFlux-1.12-2.1.0.6-universal
refined_avaritia-1.12.2-2.6
refinedexchange-2.1.1
refinedstorage-1.6.14
refinedstorageaddons-0.4.4
refinedstoragerequestify-1.12.2-1.0.2-3
REFoods-1.12-1.0.1
ResourceHogs-1.12.2-1.0.12
resynth-1.3.6
rflux-1.12-0.4.0
rftools-1.12-7.71
rftoolsctrl-1.12-2.0.2
rftoolsdim-1.12-5.71
rftoolspower-1.12-1.2.0
roost-1.12.2-2.0.10
Roots-1.12.2-3.0.2
rustic-1.1.0
sauceconstruct-1.12.2-1.1.3
SeasonalBees-[1.12]–1.0
SereneSeasons-1.12.2-1.2.16-universal
shetiphiancore-1.12.0-3.5.9
SilentLib-1.12.2-3.0.13+167
SilentsGems-1.12.2-2.8.18+322
SilentsGems-TiC-1.12.2-0.1.1-5
simplegenerators-1.12.2-2.0.20.2
simpleharvest-1.08
SimpleStorageNetwork-1.12.2-1.7.8
simpletrophies-1.2.1
Skewers-1.1
Skye’s Donuts 1.3.3 for MC1.12.2
SkyOrchards-0.0.12
SlashBlade-mc1.12-r25
SlashBladeTic-V1.0.9-MC1.12.2
sodacraft 1.2 special
solcarrot-1.12.2-1.8.3
sonarcore-1.12.2-5.0.19-20
Soulus-1.12.2-4.2.4-9558cf7
spacecraftx-1.12.2-1.0.35
stackable-1.12.2-1.3.3
StevesCarts-1.12.2-2.4.31.135
StorageDrawers-1.12.2-5.3.8
StorageTech R6.0
subcommonlib-sublib-1.12.2-1.2.0.4
SuperTic-2.1.0
tacotuesday-1.12.2-2.0.13
taiga-1.12.2-1.3.4
TConstruct-1.12.2-2.12.0.157
techguns-1.12.2-2.0.1.2_1
technomancy-1.12-1.1.0
TechReborn-1.12.2-2.22.1.979-universal
telepads-1.12.2-1.1.0.5
terraqueous-1.12.2-1.4.17b
tesla-core-lib-1.12.2-1.0.15
Thaumcraft-1.12.2-6.1.BETA26
ThaumicJEI-1.12.2-1.6.0-27
thaumictinkerer-1.12.2-5.0-353c71c
thedragonlib-1.12.2-5.3.0
theoneprobe-1.12-1.4.28
TheOneWrench-1.12.2-2.1.2
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ThermalDynamics-1.12.2-2.5.5.21-universal
ThermalExpansion-1.12.2-5.5.4.43-universal
ThermalFoundation-1.12.2-2.6.3.27-universal
ThermalInnovation-1.12.2-0.3.3.12-universal
ThermalTinkering-1.12.2-2.0.1
Time Stages-1.3
tinker_io-1.12.2-rw2.7.1
Tinkers’ Addons-1.12.1-1.0.7
tinkersarsenal-0.5
TinkersComplement-1.12.2-0.4.2
tinkersdefense-1.4.2.28
TinkersExtras-1.12.2-1.0.9
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TinkerToolLeveling-1.12.2-1.1.0
tinyprogressions-1.12.2-3.3.34-Release
ToMeTinkersMC1.12.2-1.2.2
Topography-1.12.2-1.8.1
TrackAPI-1.1_1.12
Translocators-1.12.2-2.5.1.77-universal
twilightforest-1.12.2-3.8.689-universal
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Using onesix launcher.
[19:47:31] [main/INFO]: Loading tweak class name net.minecraftforge.fml.common.launcher.FMLTweaker
[19:47:31] [main/ERROR]: Unable to launch
java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: net.minecraftforge.fml.common.launcher.FMLTweaker
at java.net.URLClassLoader.findClass(Unknown Source) ~[?:1.8.0_211]
at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(Unknown Source) ~[?:1.8.0_211]
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at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(Unknown Source) ~[?:1.8.0_211]
at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(Unknown Source) ~[?:1.8.0_211]
at java.lang.Class.forName0(Native Method) ~[?:1.8.0_211]
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at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method) ~[?:1.8.0_211]
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at org.multimc.onesix.OneSixLauncher.launchWithMainClass(OneSixLauncher.java:196) [NewLaunch.jar:?]
at org.multimc.onesix.OneSixLauncher.launch(OneSixLauncher.java:231) [NewLaunch.jar:?]
at org.multimc.EntryPoint.listen(EntryPoint.java:143) [NewLaunch.jar:?]
at org.multimc.EntryPoint.main(EntryPoint.java:34) [NewLaunch.jar:?]
Process exited with code 1.
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These New NYC Restaurants Are Among The 16 Best In The U.S. |

restaurants & bars Shared from New York City, NY These New NYC Restaurants Are Among The 16 Best In The U.S. The three eateries were selected by the food website Eater. By Adam Nichols, Patch Staff Jul 12, 2019 1:12 The best new restaurants in the U.S. include three in NYC. (Shutterstock) NEW YORK – New York City restaurants serving up Indian, Korean and Malaysian foods have been named among the 16 best new eateries in the country.
The three spots were praised by the food website Eater.com , which sent out editors to eat at hundreds of spots that opened between May 2018 and May 2019.
“What moved us wasn’t merely virtuoso cooking or totally of-the-moment interior design,” said Eater Restaurant Editor Hillary Dixler Canavan.
“It was the feeling that a restaurant, whether a noodle shop slinging Laotian specialties in East Dallas or a tasting menu championing the overlooked delights of the Oregon coast in Portland, was the right place at the right time — right now.”
Here are the NYC restaurants that made the grade:
Adda, 31-31 Thomson Avenue, Long Island City.
What Eater said:
What makes Adda different from other high-profile new restaurants is owner Roni Mazumdar and chef Chintan Pandya’s dedication to simple homestyle cooking — they eschew the flash and fusion of Rahi, their formidable other Manhattan restaurant. Pandya, who previously worked in fine dining, breathes new life into classics that have become ubiquitous and, too often, mediocre in New York: Here, a goat curry called junglee maas comes with the bone left in and a fiery, uncompromising sauce. The greens in the saag paneer change seasonally, and paneer is made in-house, a rarity in the city. The menu also doesn’t shy away from ingredients that are less common in the Western palate. A goat brains snack, for instance, has become a standout.
Mazumdar, an immigrant whose family runs restaurants in New York, pursued the project in hopes of making straightforward, regional Indian home cooking just as celebrated as the stuff with twists. It’s thrilling to see that their unapologetic commitment to tradition is being welcomed with such enthusiasm and with few of the caveats typically, and unnecessarily, shrouding restaurants serving South Asian fare. It’s a reception that deserves to be replicated everywhere.
Atomix, 104 E. 30th St., Manhattan
What Eater Said:
At the end of a dinner at Atomix, the menu — composed of illustrated flashcards — is packed in a box for the diner to take home. In different hands, this could seem a bit overwrought, a presumption that the dining experience was special enough to merit a keepsake. But Atomix is that special.
The structures of the meal are familiar: 10 courses, each beautifully arranged, served to 14 guests seated around a U-shaped counter. But in their followup to New York hit Atoboy, married couple JungHyun “JP” Park and JeongEun “Ellia” Park have taken the formal tasting menu and refashioned it as a playful education in Korean cooking. There’s the food itself, none of it strictly traditional, but much of it making reference to classic or even historic Korean techniques and flavors. All of it is elegant and playful: A dish on the restaurant’s opening menu, for example, paired golden osetra caviar, baby artichokes, and fresh curd — this last ingredient a direct reference to soo , a dairy product once enjoyed by Korean elites.
And then there’s the carefully considered design, full of elements meant to showcase Korean artists and artisans, like handmade pottery, chopsticks displayed for the guests’ selection at the start of the meal, and that set of abstract cards, each with an explanation of a dish. Together, the Parks present a new vision of Korean cuisine, and a compelling take on the future of fine dining in New York City.
Kopitiam, 151 East Broadway, Manhattan
What Eater said:
Chef Kyo Pang and partner Moonlynn Tsai give a master class in how to combine counter service and homestyle hospitality. Kopitiam fits New Yorkers’ lives, providing a quirky, colorful place for a breakfast meeting, a quick lunch, or a catch-up dinner with a friend, all while challenging the repetitive nature of too many fast-casual menus.
Instead of staid tossed salads or more roasted chicken plates, Kopitiam serves pungent anchovy noodle soup, thrillingly flavorful shrimp-paste chicken wings, and understated milk toast sandwiches. That anchovy noodle soup, or pan mee , is representative of what goes into Pang’s food. It’s a labor-intensive, umami-packed dish that she learned from her grandmother, who learned it from her mother, consisting of handmade chewy, flat flour noodles with wood ear mushrooms, spinach, minced pork, and crispy fried anchovies in an anchovy broth. All of Pang’s meticulously rendered food stands on its own as some of the city’s best — which is why the restaurant has become a go-to for both local and visiting Eater editors. That she and Tsai can make it work with no dish topping $16 is a welcome revelation.
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Full throttle: Florida’s Space Coast celebrates 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 launch | Living | journalinquirer.com

For the Journal Inquirer
It was a sweltering July day in 1969, but that didn’t deter the crowds.
A million people descended on the Space Coast in Central Florida for the second manned moon shot from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral, the first launch where the audacious plan was to land a man on the lunar surface. (It would be another 14 years before the first woman astronaut, Sally Ride, would fly into space.)
Many of the spectators staked out positions on bridges and piers the night before the launch. They filled every hotel room for dozens of miles around. Thousands camped on beaches. Restrooms and other amenities were in short supply, but the crowd was good-humored, remarkable in the summer heat. Four hundred million people around the world would watch on live TV, an audience of unprecedented size.
They wouldn’t be disappointed. At 9:32 a.m. on July 16, 1969, Apollo 11 lifted off, rising, almost hovering in the first fiery moments after ignition, then accelerating until, a speck in the sky trailing orange flames and a smoky contrail, it disappeared. The spacecraft, astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins tightly strapped in, had, like others before, “slipped the surly bonds of earth,” but this time, there was a difference: there’d be a stop enroute — on the moon. Now, 50 years later, with the anniversary of the momentous moon walk just days away, NASA, the towns along Florida’s Space Coast, and others across the country are planning major celebrations.
The Space Coast is getting a boost from the new, partly privatized space program that’s started operating from the Kennedy Space Center. The towns on the Space Coast, Cocoa and Cocoa Beach in particular, were devastated by the end of the shuttle program in 2010. With much of the launch program now in the hands of companies like Boeing and SpaceX (the pet project of billionaire founder Elon Musk), scientists and tech types are pouring back into the area, as are tourists.
Cheering
My wife and I have watched SpaceX liftoffs from two different vantage points—the beaches at Lori Wilson Park and Alan Shepard Park (named for America’s first astronaut) in Cocoa Beach. They offer not just beautiful stretches of sand and seagrass-covered dunes, but restrooms and flat-rate parking, amenities that can come in handy since there’s always a launch “window” and you might be there a while.
Each time we’ve watched, the crowd cheered the sight of the racing fireball and cheered again for the earth-shaking sonic boom that followed. Even more awe-inspiring has been the return of the giant booster rockets, which descend about 10 minutes after liftoff for pinpoint vertical landings for re-use on another flight.
Both parks are some distance from the space center, as is Space View Park in Titusville, another prime viewing area. The only way to get really close is to pay for reserved bleacher seating at the space center, a good if high-priced option. Even then, you could be several miles from the launch pad, depending on which one is being used. Tickets are expected to be in high demand in November when Space X is scheduled to launch a NASA crew aboard the Falcon Heavy, the world’s largest and most powerful rocket, to rendezvous with the International Space Station, the first time since the end of the shuttle program that an American rocket has carried American astronauts into space.
Back to the Future
Cocoa Beach and Cocoa, the towns most closely associated with the space center, are sprucing up. In Cocoa Beach, popular with families and surfers, 1960s motels and apartments line the main road through the outskirts, alternating with fast-food restaurants and the occasional surf shop or boutique. But the bars and restaurants along the beach do a brisk business, especially on launch days.
Captain J’s, a casual restaurant with a second-story deck at the entrance to Alan Shepard Park, was empty when we arrived for a recent launch. (The restaurant’s specialties include fresh alligator tail, so if you want a taste of the world’s largest surviving dinosaur, this is your place.) So was the adjacent Sandbar Sports Grill; it offers a patio facing the dunes. An hour closer to launch time, both were crowded, many of the patrons toting cameras with huge telephoto lenses.
Nearby, the Ron Jon Surf Shop, the chain’s flagship store, rules the roost. With 52,000 square feet on a two-acre site, the colossally gaudy emporium, open 24/7/365, sells everything from surfboards to skateboards, snorkeling equipment, go-pros, and a mindboggling array of colorful beachwear (expensive) and tchotchkes (cheaper but not inexpensive). It also sells customized Chrysler PT Cruisers, which are tricked out like vintage Woody Wagons. You can’t miss the store: It’s painted bright yellow and turquoise and surrounded by towering sculptures with watersport motifs.
Downtown Cocoa Beach is showing new promise with restaurants, bars, several art galleries, and intriguing boutiques in a compact area with a pleasant vibe. A new beautification program has added landscaping along the sidewalks and colorful murals on the sides of several buildings. Check out the whimsical gifts and baubles at Secrets of Cocoa Beach, the works by local artists at the Studios of Cocoa Beach or the fashionable ladies’ wear at Ginger, Grapefruit and Rosemary. Among the surf shops in town, two call the neighborhood home: Neilson Surf Shop Surf School and School of Surf.
When we went downtown one recent evening, a well-dressed crowd was enjoying drinks on the patio at Heidi’s Jazz Club as they waited for the show. Others were basking in the warm glow of a spectacular sunset outside Juice ‘n’ Java Café, a coffee house with a good selection of coffees, smoothies, and energy drinks and a light menu that includes some gorgeous salads. There’s often live music after 5 p.m. Down the street, Flavour Kitchen and Wine Bar was crowded. And Fat Kahuna’s, steps from the beach, was turning prospective diners away; its inventive menu includes such specialties as Kona coffee-encrusted Norwegian salmon.
Tropical
Earlier, before the launch, we had explored pristine Historic Cocoa Village in Cocoa, several miles inland across the Banana and Indian rivers. The district, the city of Cocoa’s original downtown, was a tropical charmer, chic shops and eateries lining shady brick sidewalks with benches where friends and neighbors sat and passed the time of day.
Of the retail establishments, Sunshine Shop (fair-trade home and kitchen goods), Sand & Sea Gifts and Gallery (beachy gifts, décor, and art) and Mangos Fashion Boutique (upmarket ladies’ apparel) all caught our attention.
At The Bath Cottage: Home of Bamboo we were greeted by Angela James, a sales clerk who migrated from Cleveland decades ago and, like many Florida residents, never looked back. She explained how the naturally thermodynamic bamboo bed sheets on display keep one cool when it’s hot and warm when it’s cold (not usually a problem in Florida, we thought, but good to know nonetheless). Heading out on my own to take some pictures, I peeked in Green Circle Art at the nicely preserved old Masons building; it shows the work of 60 local artists and artisans. My wife, meanwhile, checked out the Magic Dove Magic Shop and delightful Annie’s Toy Chest, which occupied a white clapboard house that looked like it could have been plucked from Nantucket.
The restaurants all looked inviting. Several couples were sipping wine beneath giant red umbrellas outside Ossorio Bakery & Café, known not just for its delicious pastries and breads, but for roasting its own coffee beans and making its own ice cream from scratch. It also serves sandwiches and pizza. A block down the street, in a delightful courtyard lined with nifty shops, Café Margaux, which has been featured on the both the Cooking Channel and the Food Network, has been serving classic European cuisine since 1989. Its spring menu includes coquilles St. Jacques, the classic French scallops dish, and roast duck a l’orange. Villa Palma at the Village serves excellent Italian cuisine. Slightly out of character in the neighborhood, Blind Lion Jazz, with a full bar, offers everything from alternative rock and blues to jazz. .
Aladdin
In the center of the village, the stately 95-year-old Aladdin Theater, once a vaudeville house, is now owned by the city, which renamed it the Historic Cocoa Village Playhouse. It presents local and touring productions for 50,000 paying ticket-holders a year.
The long-running 1960s TV comedy “I Dream of Jeannie,” based on the fairy tale Aladdin and the Magic Lamp, starred Larry Hagman as an astronaut who lived in Cocoa Beach and became the accidental master of a beautiful genie, portrayed by Barbara Eden, who granted not one, but all his wishes.
Perhaps another genie has granted the Space Coast its most fervent wish—a new manned space program.
Martin King is an independent travel writer.

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Not quite back to normal, but the food certainly is!

It has been quite a whirlwind these last few weeks. I’m happy to say that dad is home with us, safe and sound in a beautiful urn on our mantel until funeral preparations are made. Those plans seem to be going nowhere fast, but he’s here and that is somewhat settling.
We’re trying to get back to normal, but it’s been somewhat of a struggle. The one place this wifey and mama can bring it, is in our kitchen, so that’s what I’ve been trying to do. Meals are made with love in our house and when my captain is home, it’s truly all about the food. Once a tour I dedicate my blog solely to food, so here we go… ENJOY!
BREAKFAST
Captain K2 loves soft-boiled eggs and this is our twist on it. In a bowl I shred slices of brioche bread, cut-up maple sausage links, then top it off with a few soft-boiled eggs. I smash the egg yolks and mix it all together so every bite is filled with bread, eggs and sausage. We pair it with a YooHoo and guarantee a full belly with this one.
Obviously YooHoo is a staple in our house, but so is filet eggs Benedict. It’s not all that difficult really, it’s all in the timing. I gave up. I can’t poach an egg to save my life, so I fry them up and they’re just as good. I start off with a toasted Bays English muffin, topped with sliced medium rare filet mignon, an egg, and hollandaise sauce. To switch things up, I found corned beef hash and sautéed that. Yep, it’s a lot of pans going at one time, but it’s so worth it.
Our friends Val and Richie sent us croissants from QVC — order them, they bake up fast and are soooo buttery — so I used them as a base for a traditional egg sandwich. Once they came out of the oven, I fried up a few eggs and melted cheese on them. I cut open the croissants, laid sliced maple sausage links on each topping them with the eggs covered in melted cheese, then a quick sprinkle of pepper and voila, time to eat.
Lunch
Meatball parmigiana is another staple in our house. I make marinara sauce using Muir Glen fire roasted tomatoes which have a little spice to them. Once my meatballs are baked, I put Martin hoagie rolls in the oven. The trick is, once the rolls are lightly toasted, slather the insides with shredded mozzarella — I like Sargento — then put them back in the oven until the cheese is melted. Take them out and layer on sauce, three or four meatballs, more sauce, more mozzarella, a handful of locatelli grated cheese and a little more sauce, then back in the oven until the cheese bubbles. A-MAZE-BALLS!
This one I tag-teamed with my sailor… I made the crab mac ‘n cheese and he made the slaw dogs. I usually make Ina Garten’s mac ‘n cheese, but found that Cracker Barrel sells one in a pouch that is quick and tastes just like you’re at the restaurant. I’m all for a shortcut if it’s really good… um, this is really good. Just before I add the mac ‘n cheese to the baking dish, I stir in lump crab. I scoop it into the dish, top it with breadcrumbs a few pats of butter and bake it off.
Captain K2 makes incredible slaw dogs. I get everything out for him then leave him to do his magic. He starts with bun-length angus Ball Park franks topped with melted Kraft American cheese, Campbell’s baked beans, Lloyds pulled pork, and slaw all on toasted Martin hoagie rolls. Now that’s a hot dog. He doesn’t throw down often, but when he does, they’re fan-freakin-tastic!
Dinner
I don’t know what we did to deserve it, but Val and Richie also sent us Kansas City filets and they’re delicious. I don’t use the rub packet they send with them– it’s a little too much for us — instead I sprinkle some sea salt and fresh cracked pepper. I get a small skillet super hot then sear them for two minutes on each side. I add a tablespoon or two of Breakstone salted butter, the one in the blue tub, and cook on low heat for about ten minutes for medium-rare. I paired them with left-over mac ‘n cheese, garlic mashed potatoes, and steamed broccoli. I’ve made gnocchi with them too… stove to table in under 20-minutes.
I stumbled upon Sea Cuisine Mediterranean crusted salmon and it has become yet another staple in our house. I don’t know about you, but cooking fish can be a hassle. With these, it’s 22-minutes from freezer to table and a great time saver. Here I’ve paired it with cheesy risotto and sugar snap peas. Not for nothing, but risotto can be a hassle too. I’ve made it from scratch many times, but found Knorr Selects Four Cheese Risotto — actually captain K2 saw a commercial for it — and I’ll never make it from scratch again. Risotto in under ten minutes is unheard of, but this one is really that quick and really that good! No one would ever know you didn’t stand over a pot stirring in countless ladles of water.
Here’s my last staple, Archer Farms — believe it or not, from Target — honey mustard pretzel chicken cutlets. I was skeptical at first, but let me tell you, they’re incredible. I bake them off in under 20-minutes and put them over salad, make a sandwich on toasted brioche buns with pickles, lettuce and tomato, but our fave way to eat them is over Channa Masala, (spicy Indian chick peas), and coconut rice. I heat up some naan while I’m plating everything else and we’re good to go. I make these often because they really are that good and no mess from breadcrumbs, eggs, and frying. WIN-WIN!
This is a new find — again from Archer Farms — bacon and cheddar stuffed pork chops. They take about 45-minutes and are so worth it. I paired them with buttery mashed potatoes and asparagus then baked off a few Pillsbury southern style biscuits and it was a nice change of pace. I’ve had so much success with the Archer Farms brand. And hey, if it can make my life easier by minimizing clean-up and prep-time, I’m all for it… only if it tastes good. Um, it does!
All in all, we’re getting back into the swing of things. Our kitchen has been hopping and we’ve been brunching, Harley riding, bowling, and concert going with friends on the weekends. I’m savoring our time as a family of three because my sailor is due back out soon. This time home got off to a rough start for sure. It’s been a bumpy ride finding our new normal, but we’ll get there, even if it’s just one meal at a time.

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That $350,00 Deal With Jamie Durie: The Simmering Rage Grows Across The City

The Magpie has some friendly advice for the likeable old goof who barks at clouds on his Townsville Residents and Ratepayers Association’s website.
Will Bazza ‘The Legal Foghorn’ Taylor follow the example of his missus, and finally pack his business bags and quit Townsville? There’s a hint.
And is Jenny Hill fearing/hoping for a meeting with President Trump? Evidence (?) suggest she could be.
The ‘Pie nominates his best design for a building in this city … and he’s serious for a change.
How to go from idiot to genius in five seconds and 10 metres – a video.
But first …
So It Seems The Jamie Durie Rort Is Back On The Agenda
Jenny Hill reminds The Magpie of the famously inept , bumbling Army general, prone to disastrous decisions, of whom it was said his men would follow him anywhere … just out of curiosity.
Almost daily, we await to see what latest scheme she has managed to come up with, but our curiosity is tempered with trepidation, because it will be the poor mug ratepayers taking the hits on the General Jenny’s front line. This library of lunacy includes the Adani airstrip fiasco, which saw her make an embarrassing climb down under and for which she is still under investigation, her call for a Qantas boycott that made her and the city the laughing stock of the nation, and we are yet to hear about her role in the flooding of 200 extra homes in the January monsoon, an action claimed at the time to be ‘for the greater good’.
But of these and many other misguided attempts to bolster her re-election chances, none is more likely to damage her already slim prospects than the Jamie Durie out-and-out rort. If all the reactions The ‘Pie has received and observed since it was announced as on again, nothing matches the howls of outrage Jamie Durie’s $350,000 water-saving campaign contract has evoked. From a nasty whispering campaign about possible personal emotional motivations regarding Mr Durie (which are total rubbish) to towering indignation at this blatant waste of money to bolster her standing in the polls, the contract could be one of the most pivotal mistakes in this litany of errors. It is patronising, insulting and above all unnecessary, the same outcome easily achieved for a tenth of the contact cost (which has tens of thousands of extras on top of it anyway).
One person she ain’t fooling one bit is Bentley.
Durie, who has been deep in legal and financial troubles of late, almost certainly got the featherbedded gig through his historic connections with the white shoe specialists of the council-appointed contractors, Pure Projects. When The ‘Pie heard during the week that Durie was back in the saddle, it reminded the old bird of that famous Disney character Scrooge McDuck, and his famous swan dives into his gold filled vault.
Mayor Mullet’s only forlorn hope of re-election is the current absence of a viable challenger … viable being practically anybody with a pulse who finished high school. That will surely change soon. Won’t it? Please?
Will Judge Sal ‘Javid’ Vasta Follow In His Father’s Footsteps And Get Chucked Off The Bench?
Memo Judge Vasta :
noblesse oblige | nōˈbles əˈblēZH | the inferred responsibility of privileged people to act with generosity and nobility toward those less privileged. Judge Sal ‘Javid’ Vasta
It’s looking like an increasing possibility. And on the evidence so far, not a moment too soon. When his fellow judges use the word ‘egregious’ to describe his behaviour, that’s pressing the down button on the judicial lift. Sal got his nickname for endlessly talking about ‘me and dad’ as they travelled around the state.
The legal profession is famous for protecting its own in the general run of things, and bad decisions by judges are often reversed by the Appeals Court but rarely with any overt repercussions for the erring judge. But that may well not be the case in the matter of Sal Vasta. Included in many of the 70 successful appeals against his decisions, behaviour and sentencing are phrases rarely heard in the rarified language of the Appeals court. Phrases like ‘sarcastic, disparaging and dismissive’ , ‘ devoid of procedural fairnes s’ and ‘argumentative and demeaning behaviour’ – and these all in separate matters, which points to a disturbing pattern … and Vasta’s mindset .
Even the often cheeky legal magazine Justinian, sticks in the boot, describing one matter as ‘another disastrous performance’ , and handling of another that ‘Judge Vasta made a pigs ear out of an application.’ But now, silly Sal may find himself on the other side of the bench. Wrongly jailed – Cairns tour operator Leigh Jorgensen
CAIRNS tour operator Leigh Jorgensen plans to file a multimillion-dollar damages claim after he was jailed for 12 months and fined $85,000 in what the Appeals Court deemed a “miscarriage of justice” by Judge Vasta. Jorgensen isn’t off the hook on charges of underpaying staff and contempt of court, a retrial has been ordered, but he gets back his $250,000 in legal costs, but will never get back the year of his life wrongly taken away a pompous prick on the bench. Even if he wins the next round, he’s still a loser.
All this should bolster the confidence of the legal folk representing James Cook University, who have argued constantly that Vasta’s ruling on their dismissal of climate denier Peter Ridd over breaches of the university’s Rules of Conduct was not justified or sustainable. The university says it will not make a decision on any appeal until after Vasta hands down his decisions and monetary penalty in the next few days. Maybe it will probably come down to what is cheaper … an appeal against the Vasta decision, or the damages awarded to Ridd and any other condition imposed by Federal Circuit Court Judge Vasta, whom Justinian describes as a Federal Circus Judge Vasta.
For the record, and by no means complete.
CONTROVERSIAL RULINGS (from the Courier Mail)
August 10, 2018: Judge Vasta’s decision in a property settlement case was set aside on appeal and costs paid to the Commonwealth, with a new hearing ordered by a judge “other than Judge Vasta”.
February 12, 2019: A decision by Judge Vasta was partially overturned after he was found to have restrained a father from making further applications to the court without the power to do so.
February 15, 2019: The Full Court of the Family Court found on appeal that Judge Vasta’s process was “so devoid of procedural fairness” it was “an affront to justice”. In that case, he sentenced a father to 12 months’ prison for contempt, telling him “I hope you brought your toothbrush”.
February 21, 2019: The Full Court of the Family Court overturned a decision by Judge Vasta in which he ordered a same-sex couple to have their child baptised.
February 21, 2019: An appeal found Judge Vasta denied natural justice to a father in a parenting case, endorsing the man’s complaints that the judge displayed “argumentative and demeaning behaviour” towards him.
July 8, 2019: Judge Vasta was found to have denied a man a fair trial when he jailed him for 12 months for contempt of court. He was found to have put unfair questions to the man and used a “sarcastic, disparaging and dismissive” tone.
Friendly Advice For Peter Newey Peter Newey
The other legal question widely covered during the week was the ruling that news organisations are responsible for libellous comments made on their Facebook platforms. Given the rules and mechanism imposed by Facebook which makes comments difficult if not impossible to police, that seriously stupid decree will no doubt be ditched pretty quickly, no matter how dearly fascist elements in our federal government would like it to remain. However, it may prompt Facebook and the like to alter their settings to allow proper oversight of actionable comments.
But when someone operates a much smaller website, like say, The Magpie, where comments are all curated, it will always, and always has been, the operator’s responsibility for what is said – as The Magpie’s on-going legal pleasantries with Barry Taylor and his financial patsy Rabeah Krayem attest.
So The ‘Pie was put in mind of this when reading some material regarding the new megaresort and equestrian centre planned by Asian investors at Toolakea Beach. And more specifically, Peter Newey’s grandly titled one-man band Facebook site, the wonderfully misnamed Townsville Residents and Ratepayers Association (current membership probably about, oh, say, four people – and one would bet they don’t know that they too could be financially liable for any libel Newey commits ).
Peter is a shambling, likeable old goof in most instances, but is forever alarming himself with recurring panic attacks about dastardly foreigners in cahoots with corrupt council officials and other evil locals to … to … well, we’re not sure, he doesn’t actually say in understandable terms … and he sure as hell regards any proof as an optional extra he doesn’t need.
He has had many a sleepless night and many an untouched meal he is so determined to be Townsville’s Paul Revere about the yellow hordes about to descend on our beloved northern beaches.
Unfortunately for him, Pete has been bolstered in his mistaken self-belief when he enjoyed his 15 minutes of fame by organising and dropping in a petition opposing the mayor’s Adani airstrip deal (for which she is still under investigation). And he also found a few bibs and bobs of evidence of strange behaviour in the local fire brigade and the demolition of some beach huts. But our Pete has managed to weave all this into an elaborate conspiracy involving a wonderful cast of characters from the council, local real estate pests and dastardly Asian mega-billionaires and their lackeys with (unspecified) agendas.
The Magpie himself has carefully touched on some of these areas, but for Pete, it’s full throttle and damn the torpedos – or more correctly, damn the torts. Until now, anyone offended or defamed by this fantasising have dismissed the TRRA as a bit of a laugh from a harmless old duffer. Until now.
It has come to the attention of the Magpie through reliable contacts that this mega resort project is being carefully monitored by Asian groups, looking at the required processes for such investments … and also the possible racist attitudes it may attract. And Mr Newey has been apparently noted in this light. If any influential groups mistakenly put any credence what could be seen as an influential xenophobic racist stirring of the pot, Mr Newey could be jeopardising jobs and prosperity for Townsville.
But if the stakes are raised high enough, Pete, you should realise being a likeable old goof who’s good for a laugh and a benevolent shake of the head will not save you from a devastating action. Such an action may or may not involve hate laws, as well as civil actions which could claim your savings, your home, your car and give you real reason to have sleepless nights and miss meals.
Think about it, mate.
And just for the record Pete, if you wonder why The ‘Pie hasn’t replied to your occasional disparaging remarks about himself, it is because the Magpie has a firm rule: when a donkey brays at him, he doesn’t bray back.
Is Bazza Deserting Us? Big Bazza Taylor
One wonders if the delights of Noosa have finally seduced Bazza The Legal Foghorn Taylor, is about to close down or flog off his Townsville branch of Enema Legal. The question arose when The ‘Pie noticed that this knick-knack business catering to the well heeled just a few steps along from the Foghorn’s office has called it quits.
Significant because it was the business plaything of Mrs Bazza . Just wondering if this is the start of a Taylor family move to Noosa? Might as well be, they spend most of their time there anyway.
Dynasty’s Destiny
Talked to Bridget Wong during the week, wondering when The ‘Pie’s favourite noshery will be back up and running after an unscheduled flambéing of the kitchen last week. Bridget tells us that local tradie Mick Downer is beavering away and the grand old lady of Townsville’s dining scene fully restored and will be welcoming back customers again in three to four weeks.
Will Iditor Jenna Cairney Have To Shortly Name Herself In The Paper’s Daily List Of Court Appearances ?
Staying witrh matters legal, there was a doozy of an error by the Townsville Bulletin during the week; even for this mistake prone outfit, this was a corker, which was a clear contempt of court on behalf of the paper.
It was spotted by a sharp-eyed Nest reader and reported in comments.
The Wulguru Wonder
July 11, 2019 at 7:40 pm (Edit)
Is this a major Astonisher stuff up in their online edition?
Court report headline names a women sentenced for a fight with a family member, but the first paragraph of the actual story says she can’t be named to protect the identify of the family member. Isn’t this contempt of a court order?
The Magpie
July 11, 2019 at 8:39 pm (Edit)
It certainly is contempt, ands Magistrate Steven Mosch should demand the editor front the court to apologise … at the very least.
Completely amateur effort, and The ‘Pie notes that the story has been run on the Cairns Post website unchanged.
Doesn’t anyone in News Ltd give a fuck about anything any more? Disgraceful as well as illegal.
The Magpie
July 11, 2019 at 11:39 pm (Edit)
And of course, they don’t read the Magpie down at the paper do they? Less than 20 minutes after all this was posted here and on Twitter, they changed the name in the headline to ‘sister of’.
And how’s this for outright stupidity? Bomb hoaxes are strictly off limits and this goes against the guidelines of every news organisation The ‘Pie has worked for – there has always had to be very special reasons of public safety to publish bomb hoaxes, before or after the fact.
Thanks, Jenna, now every juvenile fuckwit and disaffected loser in the neighbourhood will be ringing in with hoaxes just to watch the fun. And of course, with the new emphasis on what a tough job coppers have (shit, really, we all thought bit was holidays dealing with life’s sleazy side) the wallopers will be happy to rabbit on about how good they were at finding … nothing.
Do you ever really think about things, Jenna?
What A Startling … And Pleasant Surprise
That’s something The Magpie rarely says about buildings, but he stumbled across a structure hidden away from through traffic that is startling when first encountered and when contemplated, has to be admired for it’s ingenuity and cleverness. This is how it reveals itself as you drive in from the Strand to the marina area.
This is Maidment’s Sales Office, replete with top floor outlook platform for a good idea of the view one will get from the company’s new mega development next to the marina. A great example how the mundane old sales office can actually be attractive in itself.
If it’s moved elsewhere when construction starts, The ‘Pie will be more than happy to housesit.
Occasionally Peeping Out From Behind The Couch?
Gallic Galah
The rotters!!!
We have a winner for the Magpie’s occasional award, the Rectal Auto-Examination Probe.
The PC Police can be pretty precious most of the time, but when it comes to being really, really precious, the world of French gastronomy is the rare earth metals of Wanker World. And it is sometimes hard to pick a winner from this dazzling array of constant onanism, but chef Marc Veyrat takes the gateau this week.
Monsieur Veyrat is well known in France as a specialist in molecular gastronomy, for which he charges planet-size prices.
Any chef of note with ‘rat’ in his name is a brave fellow, and here ‘ratbag’ would seem appropriate. This week, after Michelin knocked a star of his three-starred hasty tasty, he demanded Michelin remove his restaurant from their annual guide. When they refused, on the obvious grounds that they served the readers not the restaurants, crumbs, did that ever make his broth boileth over!
That refusal resulted in Veyrat having a three star tanty, which included the Cup-winning quote: “They dared to say that we put cheddar in our souffle of reblochon, beaufort and tomme! They have insulted our region; my employees were furious.”
There is a small problem – Michelin never said any such thing. But Veyrat isn’t alone in the incomprehensible gushing snowflake world of those who have lived their lives among the food fairies of France. It’s an affliction from which Michelin itself is not exempt. The Guardian article pointed out the restaurant review in question was in fact positive overall: ‘(For all that) the restaurant is, Michelin says, “worth the detour”, with an “exceptional cuisine” – the best example of which is the “balade” (stroll) in the woods “where flavours burst, escape, between herby notes, sap of fir and mushrooms”. The only downside, the write-up notes, is the price.’
And Veyrat’s website offers a clue as to what mug punters can expect … if they can work out what the hell it is they’re getting.
“… a veritable pastoral and mineral symphony in which nature’s bounty is displayed in each and every dish The “starry celebration” menu, priced at €395 ($635AUD), offers dishes including “illusion” of caviar with trout eggs and “king prawns cooked in spruce bark”.
‘Illusion of caviar’? At that price, The ‘Pie would want the bloody sturgeon milked at the table.
One imagines the mentioned ‘celebration’ is in the kitchen with bubbly and thigh slapping laughter.
Today Adani – Tomorrow Trump? Is Mayor Mullet Rehearsing For The Ultimate Date?
Can’t help laughing at this.
But then, it suddenly clicked. Not satisfied with Indian billionaire to bat her eyelids at, Mayor Mullet is aiming at the top. She has been seen on several occasions secretly rehearsing for the hoped for meeting with the world’s leading feline fancier.
But There Is Little But Bitter Laughter … and Sometimes None At All When Reality Bites
These bits and pieces speak for themselves, as the American mood sours even further.
So while Donald Trump continues his Napoleonic campaign to become the first Emperor of America, Empress Melania waves a dismissive hand at news that caged immigrant kids don’t have any bread airily suggests ‘Let them eat jellied donuts.’ The alarm bells are now starting ring more loudly.
And the Democrats are doing their best to help the Trumps divine right of kings. The week in Trumpsylvania.
If he does win a second term, it might be better if he started lessons on the lyre, because he will more closely emulate Nero’s famous musical indifference to his country and the world. And of course lyre would be the natural choice for Trump.
How To Go From Idiot To Genius In 5 Seconds And 10 metres.
He looks like a goof, but a goof that knows what he’s doing – there’s a method in his madness, as ill-advised as it may be.
Finally, From The ‘You Wish’ Dept
So there’s another five minutes you’ll never get back, but have your own say in comments, they are getting more interesting by the day. And if this bumper issue has managed to inspire in you thoughts that a Walkley is imminent, The ‘Pie is just happy to settle for a donation to keep Nest costs under control, the how to donate button is below. Share this post: Donations
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