According to the Independent Restaurant Coalition (IRC), 203,000 restaurant workers in Kentucky face uncertain employment prospects amid the COVID 19 pandemic.In an IRC media call Friday, Kentucky restaurateurs and advocates outlined the impacts of new restrictions on their businesses. On Monday, Gov. Andy Beshear mandated the closure of all bars and reduced indoor dining across the state to 25% capacity.
McDonald''s Corp on Tuesday reported a broad drop in global same store sales and missed profit expectations, as its restaurants were shut due to the COVID 19 pandemic, limiting operations to only drive thru and delivery.Shares of the Chicago based burger chain sank more than 2.5%.
A ban on outdoor heaters at restaurants, more efficient domestic heating systems and two new regional parks.
Actress Spencer Grammer says she was trying to calm an agitated man when he slashed her in the arm and stabbed her friend in the back Friday outside a New York City restaurant.Grammer, 36, told US Weekly that she and her friend ”did what anyone else would do in the same situation ” and were ”attempting to prevent the altercation from escalating ” when they were attacked.
Fast forward to 2006, when the Stonewall Inn was facing permanent closure. She quickly joined a team of investors to rescue and renew the historic site in its current form, becoming a co owner and the property s only lesbian investor. Since then, her LGBTQ rights activism has taken off she has participated in organizing hundreds of events and fundraisers for LGBTQ organizations such as GLAAD, Marriage Equality USA, the Hetrick Martin Institute, HRC, the New York City Anti Violence Project, Sylvia s Place, Lambda Legal, and SAGE. In 2017, she launched the Stonewall Inn Gives Back Initiative, a nonprofit charitable organization inspired by the struggles and ideals of the LGBTQ rights movement from the Stonewall Inn Uprising. She has also partnered with Heritage of Pride to produce some of the largest events during its annual NYC Pride Week, which attracts more than two million visitors from across the world.That is, under normal circumstances. As with almost all bars and restaurants across the five boroughs, the Stonewall Inn was forced to shutter when New York became the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic earlier in the spring, calling the tavern s future into question. (A GoFundMe page, launched on June 13, has since raised more than $300,000 to keep Stonewall s doors open.)
That information was shared by the well known restaurant Gariful, which published a blog post abut Neil Patrick Harris returning to their restaurant. A famous Hollywood actor came to visit us this year as well. You may know him as Count Olaf from lsquo;A Series of Unfortunate Events ' or perhaps as Barney Stinson on lsquo;How I Met Your Mother, ' as a magician, producer, actor, comedian or singer, but we are sure ndash; you know him, and he is back to Gariful. Last and this year Neil Patrick Harris arrived in our restaurant as a guest to yet another famous philanthropist. She is our neighbor from the east, and her name is Diana Jenkins. Diana is a Bosnian entrepreneur and philanthropist. She was our guest last year as well, and this year again, she decided to spend her summer holidays in our villa. We are delighted that our guests are coming back and recommending us to their friends ndash; they explained on the website.
France''s President Emmanuel Macron leaves at the end of the opening day the European Union Council in Brussels on July 17, 2020, as the leaders of the European Union hold their first face to face summit over a post virus economic rescue plan. Image Credit: AFP Also in this package France scales down Bastille Day parade in concession to COVID 19 France savours the return of its iconic cafes and restaurants as COVID 19 lockdown eases France trains dogs to detect the smell of COVID 19 France''s Rodin Museum sells bronzes to weather COVID 19 crisis COVID 19 France: Louvre museum reopens after four months in Paris Thousands of schools reopen as France eases COVID 19 lockdown A little more than three years ago, when Emmanuel Macron burst onto the national and international stage as the fresh enthusiastic president of the French Republic, he was likened to Europe s answer to Canada s Justin Trudeau youthful modern, fresh, charismatic and engaging. Now, facing re election in less than two years time, he seems about as fresh as a stale baguette leaving few French with any appetite for his policies no matter how hard he tries to sell them.Ironically though, in Brussels and at the top echelon of the European Union, Macron is viewed as the leader who finally managed to convince German Chancellor Angela Merkel to relinquish her tight teutonic grip on the purse strings and back a huge 750 billion (Dh3.14 trillion) coronavirus package on borrowed money. Even at the height of the Eurozone debt crisis, when it seemed as if Greece, Italy, Cyprus, Portugal and Spain might be subsumed, Germany refused to contemplate Europe wide lending.
HIGHLIGHTSWhile COVID 19 has clearly turned the world upside, it s done little to slake our hunger for reasonably priced, satisfying food what we at the Inlander affectionately refer to as CHEAP EATS. We ve never been particularly picky about where we find it; could be a food truck, a deli counter, a drive thru, a restaurant s appetizer list, any place where local people are serving up craveable grub you can afford to eat on the regular. You ll discover plenty of mouth watering options in this year s edition and learn more about how these local businesses are evolving to a world with the coronavirus. Also this week: We re reporting on the surge of local COVID cases and the controversial move to jail a sick man who refused to self quarantine. Plus, we have stories on local Catholic leaders feuding over Black Lives Matter, a hot take on Hamilton, a retrospective on Ennio Morricone and a look at what s really inside your favorite CBD product.
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"We are a small, cramped bar, " a staff member posted on the bar #x27;s Facebook page. "Some hate it, it #x27;s also what some of us like about it. Now it #x27;s a big hurdle. "Numerous shops, restaurants, bars and performance spaces have been forced to shut down in Toronto during the pandemic. Many will be allowed to reopen when the city moves into Stage 3 of the province #x27;s reopening plan in the coming weeks, subject to certain restrictions to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.
The UK office of National Statistics recently reported that from April to June of 2020, COVID 19 lockdowns shrank the UK economy by 25%. Most experts agree that recovery will not come swiftly; Andrew Baily, the Bank of England governor, goes as far as stating that the economic recession resulting from COVID 19 will qualify as the worst in 300 years.The Organisation for Economic Co operation and Development also believe that the UK economy will contract the most out of all countries it covers. A recent study also found that almost no industry in the UK is immune to COVID 19 ''s economic devastation. Although social distancing and people ''s reluctance to gather in highly frequented public places such as clothing stores, restaurants, hotels, and pubs have hurt the aforementioned industries ' revenues, business owners are beginning to adapt to a world with COVID 19.
This week, Manchester apos;s vibrant bar and restaurant scene will take another step closer to normality, with even more businesses reopening.Many of the city apos;s hospitality businesses threw open their doors to welcome customers again last weekend for the first time since late March.
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English pubs, restaurants, cinemas and hairdressers reopened their doors on Saturday after more than three months of coronavirus lockdown.
Castro Street is usually hopping on Pride Weekend but, this year, it ''s quiet with many local restaurants and bars closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.Sandra Campos and Janette Reyes were married four years ago when the mood in the Castro was jubilant.