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PETERSBURG — Contrary to what some might think, Bg Brinkley does not necessarily see the word “shit” as a curse word. It’s been anything but a curse for her business.
Brinkley, the owner of the Sweet Dixie on North Sycamore Street, sells a line of spices called, well … “Super Shit.”
It’s the brainchild of Chef Marla Cohen, whose wicked sense of humor shows in the line of spices she produces. The name is an homage to a Yiddish method of cooking “shit arein”, (pronounced shi-tah-RINE), where a hodgepodge of ingredients is tossed into the recipe. Chef Marla, who is
For the last 29 years, area residents took part in an annual tradition: the Morganville United Methodist Church Rummage Sale.
For two days in the spring and fall, the sale — featuring new and gently used clothes, shoes, toys, collectibles and many other items — was held at the church, 215 Conover Road in Marlboro Township.
The sale is popular: At times, people had to wait in line about an hour before checking out.
Then the pandemic hit.
With COVID restrictions in place, the church could not host the sale.
But donations kept coming in.
So one church member, Manda
I get it. It’s easy to shop on Amazon. Running low on toilet paper? Need lightbulbs? Want a bath caddy on a whim? With two clicks and even less thought, the item you need/want/desire is at your doorstep, often in 48 hours or less.
Shopping locally requires more thought. Supporting small businesses is an intentional act — one that the mom and pop shops in your neighborhood desperately need you to make.
Tens of thousands of small businesses closed over the past year, many of them permanently. Each closure leaves a void that goes deeper than an empty storefront. The
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) – The COVID-19 pandemic has uprooted livelihoods and caused many families financial hardship. While people are struggling to make ends meet, ABC4 News compares product prices at the nation’s most popular retailers.
When it comes to buying from Walmart or Amazon, we asked locals where they use their card at most often?
“I buy all of my groceries at Walmart, but I buy a lot of other things on Amazon,” said shopper Samantha Galvan.
“I shop at Walmart more often for groceries because they have that nice pickup feature,” said another shopper Jaxon