FOOD- THE DISH- Zinc-speak: Meet you at the gastropub? 

FOOD- THE DISH- Zinc-speak: Meet you at the gastropub? 
Published March 15, 2007 in issue 0611 of the HooK. Sometime before the end of March, British and French forces will collide on West Main in the old White Orchid space.

Working students have reasons in mind 
Whether it is to pay those annoying electric bills, finance a bad iced latte habit, or just to gain experience for a future career, students are forced to perform a delicate balancing act between work and school.

Supply Side 
Companies turn to eBay to find smart buys for their businesses.

Suspect foils jail interview 
The suspect in a break-in and pair of assaults at the Evergreen Aviation Museum had to be arraigned in Yamhill County Circuit Court without the usual interview with Pre-Trial Release Officer Jim Van Arsdel, who uses the information to develop a bail recommendation.

Clock museum expansion moves forward 
BRISTOL – The American Clock and Watch Museum is moving along with an expansion that will open up the museum’s extensive collection to all visitors. The museum at 100 Maple St. is planning to add the small addition of an elevator and staircase that will reach all three floors.

Burglars escape with golden haul 
RAMSEY — Early morning burglars made off with thousands of dollars’ worth of gold after smashing the front door of a Main Street jewelry store.

VU class takes in tourist’s Nashville 
Strap on a fanny pack, grab the camera and head to the Parthenon. Class is now in session.

Drug tip hotline leads to arrests 
A drug tip hotline set up by Martinsville might be paying dividends after seven adults and two juveniles were arrested on drug charges this weekend.

Get ready, get set … 
Today is the day that the Virginia Museum of Natural History and the city of Martinsville have been anticipating for years. A dedication ceremony at 2 p.m. will start the opening festivities for the new VMNH facility on Starling Avenue.

Afghans Struggle to Rebuild National Museum 
Morning Edition , March 23, 2007 The plight of Afghanistan’s National Museum in Kabul is an eerie metaphor for the war-torn country’s struggle to resurrect itself.

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