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In this Dec. 23, 2016 photo, owner Dylan Welsh poses in Worden Hall restaurant in Boston. Welsh said Seattle Storm guard Sue Bird, of the WNBA, is a long-time friend and co-investor in his restaurants. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)
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  • In this Dec. 23, 2016 photo, owner Dylan Welsh poses in Worden Hall restaurant in Boston. Welsh said Seattle Storm guard Sue Bird, of the WNBA, is a long-time friend and co-investor in his restaurants. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)

    WNBA players starting to invest in food industry

    NEW YORK (AP) — Whether it’s to plan for their future once basketball is done, promote healthy living or just to have some fun, WNBA players such as Sue Bird and Maya Moore are getting involved in the food industry. The key is to do it with people they trust. Bird has invested in restaurants […]
  • NJ brewery honors Villanova University’s 175th anniversary

    CAPE MAY, N.J. (AP) — The co-owners of New Jersey’s Cape May Brewing Company are honoring the 175th anniversary of their alma mater with a uniquely named commemorative brew. KYW-TV reports (http://cbsloc.al/2jiPWRR ) the Jersey shore-based microbrewery is releasing its “Demisemiseptcentennial Ale” on Jan. 25 to celebrate the founding of Villanova University. Co-owners Ryan Krill […]
  • Whole lotta latte: Barista wins $900,000 on NFL bet

    LAS VEGAS (AP) — Damon Graham spent much of his Sunday at Starbucks working as he usually does, making lattes and double espressos for thirsty customers. Then he took a lunch break to find out he was nearly $1 million richer after winning the most prestigious football handicapping contest in this gambling city. “I went […]