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Off the Beaten Path: Mudslingers Drive Thru

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by Lizzie Arehart Lifestyle Editor Most coffee shops are filled with tables, chairs, outlets and studying students, but Mudslingers is a little different. Mudslingers is a tiny drive-thru only coffee shop located on the intersection of Country Road B and Lexington Avenue. The shed-sized shop opened in January of last year and has steadily been […]

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Fresh Grounds: coffee for a purpose

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Fresh Grounds Coffeehouse isn’t your typical corporate coffee shop. Not only is the décor eclectic and diverse, but there is a very special aspect to this coffeehouse: it’s an employee-training program.

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“The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” is a fun change of pace for the spy-movie genre

The Man from U.N.C.L.E. was released August 14, 2015 and is based on the 1960s television series of the same name.

In the parade of blockbuster spy movies rolling through theaters this year, it might be easy to miss something with less name recognition—something like “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.,” a film adaptation of a 1960s television show. But while it may not have had the promotional blitz that surrounds every new James Bond or Mission: Impossible movie, “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” is a fun, retro counterpart to the usual brand of sleek spy thriller and is still well worth seeing.

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French Meadow menu has options for all dietary needs

French Meadow Bakery and Café offers plenty of gluten free, vegan, and dietary restrictive options. The prices are reasonable with classic eggs benedict at $9 and the huevos rancheros at $11. With three locations and breakfast, lunch and dinner options, you can enjoy their food anytime.

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Black: Coffee and Waffle Bar is hit or miss

Our own Rebecca Rehm heads out to Black: Coffee and Waffle Bar to see if they’re worth your visit.

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