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At the table: ‘Feel the love’ of homemade shakshuka | Entertainment/Life
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At the table: ‘Feel the love’ of homemade shakshuka | Entertainment/Life

Walking into Liza Borenstein's Youngsville home, I noticed she had an assortment of colorful ingredients on her countertop, prepared and waiting to be transformed into something special. The Borensteins moved to Louisiana a year ago from Tel Aviv.We chatted as she provided some background on the origins of shakshuka (pronounced shack-shoo-kuh). What awaited us is a traditional breakfast or brunch in the Middle East, with some influences from the Mediterranean. The literal translation of shakshuka means "all mixed up." The dish is made with poached eggs as the centerpiece but begins with the creation of a delicious sauce of finely diced tomatoes, onions and bel...
Monthly Agenda June 2022: Plan ahead for the month’s best entertainment
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Monthly Agenda June 2022: Plan ahead for the month’s best entertainment

June 17: Heroes at Last perform at Live Under the Oaks Make plans and reservations, and  buy tickets for these fun events. June 1 OneBlood Blood Drive 10 am – 3 pm. Help save a life and get a $20 gift card. Cornelius Town Hall. June 2 Live music 6-9 pm. The Dropouts. LangTree Lake Norman, 401 Langtree Road, Mooresville. Join the Lake Norman Bridge Center  The Carolina Soul Band performs June 3 in Mooresville. Courtesy Carolina Soul Band Facebook page 12:30-4pm Thursdays at Cornelius Town Hall, 21445 Catawba Ave., if you have an interest in learning the game of bridge or want to develop your playing, bidding, and defense skills. All ages and skill levels are welcome. $5 per day, pay at the door. June 3 Rock the Park summer concert series  Carolina Soul Band brings soul sounds of groups lik...
Entertainment Plan for West Bottoms Railroad Bridge Picks Up Steam
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Entertainment Plan for West Bottoms Railroad Bridge Picks Up Steam

Share this story Published 1 minute ago Above image credit: Mike Zeller leads a tour of the old Rock Island Bridge where he plans to create an entertainment district over the Kaw River. (Kevin Collison | CityScene) Michael Zeller’s quest to convert an old West Bottoms railroad bridge into an entertainment district over the Kaw River is picking up steam, with construction plans now in place and backing from key local philanthropic foundations. “I think it’s going very well and the prospects are good, that’s why I’m interested,” said investor David Brain, former CEO and founder of EPR Properties, a successful national real ...