The more recent style of malatang took hold across China about 10 to 20 years ago. It was initially mostly street food, made for busy workers who couldn’t sit down for a long time in a hot pot restaurant but could take food to go. Later, it evolved into sit-down restaurants, where people pick their ingredients, similar to Tang Bar. Another more recent style involves cooking skewers at the table. … [Read more...] about The malatang restaurant trend hit the Bay Area. Then came the coronavirus
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"The new partnership brings thousands of items - from groceries, alcohol and pantry staples to home decor and improvement, personal care, electronics and more - at everyday low prices from Walmart stores to customers' doors in as fast as an hour," said an Instacart spokesperson in a statement to CNN Business. … [Read more...] about Instacart partners with Walmart to compete with Amazon
While Republicans have revived some of their door-to-door canvassing, Democrats, including Hurtado, have largely refrained, arguing it’s too risky. Hurtado has turned to online meetings and fundraisers. Earlier this month he was one of dozens of candidates endorsed by former President Barack Obama. … [Read more...] about He set out to mobilize Latino voters. Then the virus hit.
Often power outages occur because of severe weather damage to above ground transmission lines, the Midwest and the eastern regions of the U.S maybe especially vulnerable because of the prevalence of above-ground lines in these areas. In essence, because the electric infrastructure is above ground, it is often highly vulnerable to severe weather like heavy rain, snow, ice and violent winds. One of the most frequent interlopers of transmission disruption among coastal states — the hurricane. … [Read more...] about The US electric grid — climate change’s least talked about victim
A downed tree limb blocks a roadway in Chicago's Lakeview neighborhood on Aug. 10. A rare storm packing 100 mph winds and with power similar to an inland hurricane swept across the Midwest on Monday, blowing over trees, flipping vehicles, causing widespread property damage, and leaving hundreds of thousands without power as it moved through Chicago and into Indiana and Michigan. (AP Photo/Tom Berman) … [Read more...] about Coronavirus complicates fixes as severe weather knocks out power across parts of US