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Burpee Intros Stunning New Varieties for 2016 Gardening Season
WARMINSTER, PA--(Marketwired - December 07, 2015) - Americans are cutting down on meat consumption to both lower fat and cholesterol intake and to save money. Responding to this growing trend, W. Atlee Burpee & Co., America's home gardening industry leader since 1876, will introduce a revolutionary new eggplant for 2016 specially bred for texture and flavor

Sokol Blosser Sings in the Holidays With Cheer
Tis the season for making a list and checking it twice, and Sokol Blosser Winery is spreading cheer with wines paired to everyone's favorite holiday songs. One of Oregon's oldest yet most innovative wineries, Sokol Blosser is helping hosts create a festive ambience to make their seasonal gatherings even more spectacular.

Pixar Animation Studios Licenses NVIDIA Technology for Accelerating Feature Film Production
To accelerate production of its computer-animated feature films and short film content, Pixar Animation Studios is licensing a suite of NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) technologies related to image rendering, the companies announced today.

Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo Offers Special Breakfast Services
Business Wire IndiaKeio Plaza Hotel Tokyo (KPH), one of Japan’s most prestigious international hotels located in Shinjuku, Tokyo, will begin providing highly unique room service breakfasts for guests staying in our Hello Kitty Rooms from July 22nd to expand the Hello Kitty guest experience.

The Ritz-Carlton, Washington, D.C. Introduces Healthy Living Menus Delivering the Foods Customers Love Without Calorie Overload
The Ritz-Carlton, Washington, D.C. is introducing a culinary program that allows hotel guests to dine at the hotel and find "lite" low calorie and healthy options while keeping their wellness goals in line when traveling. The luxury hotel is setting the standard for new hotel meal options and is rolling out these healthy menus for even the pickiest of eaters.

Day Meetings Thrive at Luxury Hotel in Montreal
Making the most of important Montreal day meetings has never been easier than with budget-friendly corporate packages at one of the city's premier West Island hotels.

Alcoholism's short-term effects on memory functioning could be harmful
Alcoholism can disrupt memory functioning prior to later-stage Korsakoff's syndrome - a neurological disorder usually related to alcohol abuse, according to a new study.

DineEquity Announces Expansion of Applebee's Franchise Into Egypt
DineEquity, Inc. (NYSE: DIN), the parent company of Applebee's Neighborhood Grill & Bar and IHOP, with more than 3,500 restaurants worldwide, announced today that its wholly owned subsidiary, Applebee's Services, Inc., has signed a multi-restaurant franchise agreement with AMECO Foods for the development of ten new Applebee's restaurants in Egypt.

The Lodge at Woodloch, Destination Spa, Doubles Its Private Land and Allows Outdoor Adventures to Abound This Summer
This May, The Lodge at Woodloch acquired an additional 76+ acres of private land surrounding the Pocono Mountains spa. This addition is adjacent to the current 75 acres of land and will greatly enhance the Outdoor Adventure opportunities that the destination spa has to offer. This summer, The Lodge will increase their walking path by an additional 1

Top VFX Talent Joins Escape Studios' US Advisory Board
Today, Escape Studios (, one of the most successful and well-respected CG academies in the world, announced five new US advisory board members, including Afonso Salcedo of Pixar Animation Studios, Ken Maruyama of Sony Pictures Imageworks, John Leonti of The Mill, Patrick Davenport of Method and Andrew Bell of MPC

Asian-American group takes aim at 'racist' 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' Brooklyn showing
An Asian-American group is up in arms over plans to screen "Breakfast at Tiffany's" in Brooklyn Bridge Park, alleging that Mickey Rooney's portrayal of a buck-toothed, bumbling Japanese man in the flick is offensive and racist.

'Much-hated' rats now making perfect pets for New Yorkers!
The 'much-hated' rats are precious pets for many in New York as they can be trained like dogs and are clean like cats.

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