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Flour+Water chef-owner welcomes guests back to Central Kitchen after brief closure

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After months of temporary closure, Thomas McNaughton, executive chef-owner of Flour+Water, has reopened his casual dining restaurant Central Kitchen in the Mission District.

The restaurant reopens Friday as Central Kitchen Wine Bar and will serve guests in a heated courtyard attached to Flour+Water Pasta Shop at 3000 20th St. Guests will enjoy pasta prepared inside the shop in addition to other Italian plates.

“Being a casual restaurant and wine bar with epic outdoor seating in San Francisco excites us,” McNaughton said in a statement. “We want guests and friends to enjoy simple food, thoughtfully prepared alongside a broad and playful list of both classic and natural wines.”

ALSO: One Market brings New York deli staples to downtown San Francisco

Wine director Samuel Bogue has partnered with McNaughton and chef Ryan Pollnow and has chosen six natural wines from around the world to showcase on the menu. A 2017 pinot gris

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Coronavirus live news: record global case rise; Washington health officials ask Rose Garden guests to get tested | World news

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Another member of the White House press corps has tested positive for coronavirus after taking a rapid test

If their results are confirmed, this person would be the fourth journalist to have tested positive for Covid-19 after being exposed to an outbreak at the White House.

“In the immediate days ahead, we continue to insist that journalists who are not in the pool and do not have an enclosed workspace refrain from entering the indoor press areas of the White House,” the White House correspondents association said. “We would also strongly encourage all journalists to continue avoiding working from the White House grounds entirely if possible.”

Yesterday, BuzzFeed News pulled a political correspondent White House press pool due to coronavirus risks.





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White House is not tracing contacts of guests and staff at Rose Garden event 10 days ago: New York Times

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The White House has decided not to trace the contacts of guests and staff members at a Rose Garden event 10 days ago for Judge Amy Coney Barrett, where at least eight people, including President Donald Trump, may have been infected, the New York Times reported, citing a White House official familiar with the plans. Instead, it is limiting efforts to notifying people who came into close contact with Trump the two days before he tested positive on Thursday evening, the paper reported. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which has had a contact tracing team ready, has been cut out of the process. The White House official said the White House is following CDC guidelines that recommend focusing on contacts within a two-day window from diagnosis. But health experts said it was irresponsible to ignore the earlier event. “You cannot argue against the fact that five

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Yoshinoya Japanese kitchen rewards team members and guests

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CALIFORNIA, USA – Yoshinoya Japanese Kitchen, known for its artisanal Japanese-inspired rice bowls, announced it is empowering team members, and rewarding guests, who make their voice heard this election year.

Specifically, the company is encouraging all employees to vote, by providing voter registration resources and an extra hour of pay for team members, which they encourage be used to educate themselves on the voting process, candidates and issues.

Along with team member support and incentives, the brand is also offering guests:

  • A free order of Donut Dippers with purchase of any bowl on Election Day, November 3, for any guest who shows their “I Voted” sticker in restaurant, or uses code “IVOTED” on the Yoshinoya App or YoshinoyaAmerica.com*
  • Free Delivery on the Yoshinoya App and YoshinoyaAmerica.com all November long

“We believe in the importance of individual expression and providing freedom of choice, whether

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Yoshinoya Japanese Kitchen Rewards Team Members and Guests for Making Their Voice Heard During the 2020 Election

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Yoshinoya Japanese Kitchen Rewards Team Members and Guests for Making Their Voice Heard During the 2020 Election

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TORRANCE, Calif., Oct. 5, 2020

Company will Offer FREE Donut Dippers on Election Day for Voters

TORRANCE, Calif., Oct. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Yoshinoya Japanese Kitchen, known for its artisanal Japanese-inspired rice bowls, today announced it is empowering team members, and rewarding guests, who make their voice heard this election year. Specifically, the company is encouraging all employees to vote, by providing voter registration resources and an extra hour of pay for team members, which they encourage be used to educate themselves on the voting process, candidates and issues.

Along with team member support and incentives, the brand is also offering guests:

  • A free order of Donut Dippers with purchase of any bowl on Election Day, November 3rd, for any guest who shows their “I Voted” sticker in

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Emma Roberts Had a Garden-Themed Baby Shower With Kristen Stewart and 14 Other Guests

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Emma Roberts announced her first pregnancy at the end of August, revealing she is expecting a baby boy with boyfriend Garrett Hedlund. This weekend, she posted photos from the magic garden-themed baby shower her friend threw her. E! got details on the party, with a source explaining that it was outdoors and intimate due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

“Emma’s baby shower was Saturday afternoon at a friend’s house,” the source said. “It was a co-ed shower with about 15 people. It was outside and everyone stayed distanced.”

The guest list had quite a few celebs, according to the source: “Kristen Stewart was there with [her girlfriend] Dylan Meyer, [Leonardo DiCaprio’s girlfriend] Camilla Morrone came with her mom, Lily Kershaw. Emma’s mom and Garrett’s mom were both there.”

And generally, Roberts was thrilled to see everyone and celebrate her son: “She seemed excited to see friends and celebrate

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