Vaccine passports are a conspiracy against freedom

They vehemently denied it. For months it appeared half the Cabinet was busy quashing rumors that national vaccine passports would one day feature in English daily life. On many occasions, Vaccine Minister Nadhim Zahawi has ruled out the introduction of a system he has called “discriminatory”. “This is not how …

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Foam sampling at Richmond’s East Brother

As the Bay Area begins to open up after COVID – fingers crossed – many of us want to spread our wings and get out of the house. So I embarked on a quest for beer through the nine counties of the Bay Area. Each month, I’ll take a day …

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3, rue Henrietta Mark Greenaway chief

In September, Mark Greenaway, Luis Pous and Kimberly Lin will each launch their own restaurant in the converted five-story townhouse. On the first floor of the building overlooking the square will be Pivot, a modern British restaurant offering only a Greenaway tasting menu, with a focus on ‘keeping up with …

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Rhode Island loosens restrictions on direct beer sales by brewers

Earlier this month, Rhode Island Governor Dan McKee enacted a bill that doubles the limit on beer and spirits that customers can purchase directly from breweries and distilleries in the state. the measured was sponsored by State Representative Justine Caldwell and State Senator Melissa Murray, although that is just not …

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UK opens as Sydney and Melbourne lockdowns continue

As the Melbourne lockdown is extended and Sydney watches the barrel of at least a fortnight of restrictions, Britain has emerged from an 18-month lockdown on what is dubbed ‘Freedom Day’. But the easing of restrictions around the UK comes as the country experiences a third wave of COVID-19, this …

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