By Daniel Neman/St. Louis Post-Dispatch
June 15, 2016
The decade began with a bloody war in Korea that came to a conclusion, of sorts, that satisfied no one. The Civil Rights movement found its first victories, leading to a sense, among some, that the nation’s fabric was beginning to fray.
The town of Glenville’s newest restaurant will be a mix of new and old. The Glass Tavern Restaurant will open next month on the ground floor of Socha Plaza 115, the newest in the cluster of buildings on Route 50 owned and operated by Socha Management.
Northeast supermarket chain Hannaford is testing a pilot program in Capital Region stores whereby misshapen, discolored or off-sized fruits and vegetables — just as good to eat but not as uniformly attractive as regular produce — are offered at a special display bearing the name of the program: Misfits.
But even as Germans celebrate the anniversary of the purity law, with dozens of events planned throughout the year (among them, an art show themed around “the beer gut”), not everyone is so enthusiastic about it.