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The Chimney restaurant reopened

The Chimney restaurant reopened

- by Republica

Hotel Yak & Yeti has reopened The Chimney restaurant and its contemporary terraces. According to a press statement released by the hotel the restaurant serves Western and Asian cuisines in an up-scale and architecturally rich...

A good char balances veggie’s sweetness

A good char balances veggie’s sweetness

- by Associated Press

Burnt food is every cook’s nightmare, but you shouldn’t be afraid of a good char. It’s a fine line, but charring sweeter vegetables such as corn or sweet potatoes builds flavor by introducing a bit...

Celebs Dashain look

Celebs Dashain look

- by Republica

Celebrities are also currently enjoying the festivity and here My City compiled some festive snaps that they shared in there Instagram : ...

At flooded restaurant near Bangkok, the special is a splash

At flooded restaurant near Bangkok, the special is a splash

- by Associated Press

A flood-hit riverside restaurant in Thailand has become an unlikely dining hotspot after fun-loving foodies began flocking to its waterlogged deck to eat amid the lapping tide. Now, instead of empty chairs and vacant tables,...

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Outage highlights how vital Facebook has become worldwide

Outage highlights how vital Facebook has become worldwide

- by Associated Press

The six-hour outage at Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp was a headache for many casual users but far more serious for the millions of people worldwide who rely on the social media sites to run their businesses or communicate with relatives, fellow parents, teachers or neighbors.

‘Anti-feminist’ vandals in Israel deface images of women

‘Anti-feminist’ vandals in Israel deface images of women

- by Associated Press

The joyful glint in Peggy Parnass’ eyes is so sharp it can be seen from the walls of Jerusalem’s bustling Old City. Posted across the street at the gateway to City Hall, twin images of the Holocaust survivor and activist gaze out at the ancient warren of holy monuments of Christianity, Judaism and Islam.

Woman who survived 1918 flu, world war succumbs to COVID

Woman who survived 1918 flu, world war succumbs to COVID

- by Associated Press

She lived a life of adventure that spanned two continents. She fell in love with a World War II fighter pilot, barely escaped Europe ahead of Benito Mussolini’s fascists, ground steel for the U.S. war effort and advocated for her disabled daughter in a far less enlightened time. She was, her daughter said, someone who didn’t make a habit of giving up.

North African spices amp up Italian pasta sauce

North African spices amp up Italian pasta sauce

- by Associated Press

Many Americans think of only a handful of countries when they hear the word Mediterranean. But that sea is surrounded by a diverse set of peoples and cuisines that have been blending — deliciously — for millennia.

The modern entrepreneur (with video)

The modern entrepreneur (with video)

- by Sangita Shrestha

There's always a struggle behind one's success. One can only see the tip of the iceberg, whereas it's depth is rooted deep down below the ocean. Similarly, first a makeup artist and social media influencer Lemi, too has a story behind her success. Lemi, is now an entrepreneur who recently founded Pastel Beauty by Lemi, her brand of cosmetics.

Paris ready-to-wear makes comeback with Dior, Saint Laurent

Paris ready-to-wear makes comeback with Dior, Saint Laurent

- by Associated Press

Paris Fashion Week is back after a coronavirus-related hiatus. The high fashion world went mainly digital for a year over the pandemic, but big hitters like Chanel, Hermes and Louis Vuitton are finally returning to the live runway this season. The must-have accessories? The face mask and health pass, bien sur.

11 Finalists announced for Nepal Vlog Challenge

11 Finalists announced for Nepal Vlog Challenge

- by Republica

Nepal’s first vlog challenge with a title cash prize of one million rupees and the ticket to world vlog challenge has announced a total of 11 finalists on Sunday at an event organized in  Durbarmarg, Kathmandu.

EXPLAINER: Why Facebook is holding off on kids’ Instagram

EXPLAINER: Why Facebook is holding off on kids’ Instagram

- by Associated Press

Bowing — perhaps only for a moment — to pressure from lawmakers, critics, the media and child development experts, Facebook said Monday it will “pause” its work on a kids’ version of its photo and video-oriented Instagram app.