Sur La Table Cyber Monday sale has up to 55% off cookware, kitchen essentials

Sur La Table is offering shoppers a way to beat the holiday rush – and still cash in with big savings on some of their most popular cookware, table linens, kitchen gadgets, small electronic appliances and more.

If you’re looking to dress up your home and kitchen for the holidays and beyond, check out these special online deals being offered for Cyber Monday.

COOKWARE SALE

LE CREUSET SIGNATURE PETITE COCOTTE, 8 OZ. was $35, Now on Sale for $19.96

SUR LA TABLE LA MARQUE 84 STONEWARE BAKERS, SET OF 2, was $40. Now on Sale for $24.96

Le Creuset Signature Oval Dutch Oven, 3.5 qt., Honey, was $304.95. Now on Sale for $179.96

Sur La Table La Marque 84 Stainless Steel 8″ & 10″ Skillets, Set of 2, was $170. Now on Sale for $99.99

SUR LA TABLE LA MARQUE 84 15-PIECE NONSTICK COOKWARE SET, was $900. Now on

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3 Food Stocks to Buy Before Sitting Down at the Thanksgiving Table

Fiscal year 2020 has been one of the most challenging years in decades. The festive season is unlikely to be the same as other years as the novel coronavirus pandemic rages.

However, spending quality time with the immediate family, in-house entertainment and some healthy food can be a comprehensive package for Thanksgiving.

Talking about healthy food, the pandemic has increased the popularity of organic food. This change is likely to stick.

Therefore, I wanted to talk about three food stocks to buy that are in the business of providing healthy eating options to consumers. I believe that these stocks can also energize the portfolio.

Let’s discuss the following food stocks to buy before you sit down at the Thanksgiving table:

  • Chipotle Mexican Grill (NYSE:CMG)
  • Lifeway Foods (NASDAQ:LWAY)
  • SunOpta (NASDAQ:STKL)

3 Food Stocks to Buy for the Thanksgiving Table: Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG)

a pedestrian walks past a Chipotle (CMG)

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OPS board accepts low bid for Yates Community Center, leaving $530,000 on the table | Education



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The Yates Community Center




The Omaha Public Schools board chose community over cash for the future of a century-old building known as the Yates Community Center.

On Monday night, the school board rejected a bid of $630,000 and approved a bid of $100,000 for the building near 32nd Avenue and Davenport Street in the Gifford Park neighborhood.

The board voted to declare the property as surplus and sell the building, valued in the range of $600,600 to $737,100, in June, and received two bids.

Elkco Properties offered $630,000, with the intent of converting the property into a senior living center that would maintain the current community garden and offer use of its community rooms for meetings, programs, lectures and social gatherings.

Yates Illuminates offered $100,000 with the intent of creating a community-owned space. The project has the backing of the Weitz Family Foundation, Gifford Park Neighborhood Association, the

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3 Marijuana Stocks to Buy With Decriminalization on the Table

In late September, a U.S. House vote to remove marijuana from the federal Controlled Substances Act was delayed until after the presidential election. If the House remains controlled by Democrats, industry analysts expect the Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement (MORE) Act to potentially pass before the end of 2020. Then, it would be up to the Senate to possibly take a similar action. Today, we will look at three marijuana stocks to buy with decriminalization in the agenda.

Canada is the first and only G7 nation to have legalized cannabis nationwide. In the U.S., at the federal level, marijuana is illegal and remains a Schedule I drug. Legal status varies at the state level. However, Democratic vice president nominee Kamala Harris has recently said marijuana would be decriminalized at the federal level under a Biden administration.

2018 saw excessive speculation in marijuana stocks. Yet since 2019, a wide range of

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Embattled video gambling owner was in line for $2.5 million, taxpayer-funded windfall by flipping land. Now it’s off the table.

Tinley Park has not fared well in its dealings with video gambling operator Rick Heidner over the last year.



a large green field with trees in the background: Land at the northeast corner of Harlem Avenue and Vollmer Road in unincorporated Rich Township is seen on Sept. 30, 2020.


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Land at the northeast corner of Harlem Avenue and Vollmer Road in unincorporated Rich Township is seen on Sept. 30, 2020.

First, the southwest suburb signed onto Heidner’s plan to build a horse racing track and casino on state-owned land, only to have Gov. J.B. Pritzker derail the project after a Tribune investigation revealed Heidner’s long-standing business ties to people connected to organized crime.

Now, the Tribune has learned that Tinley Park officials have been secretly negotiating a real estate deal that would provide Heidner a $2.5 million windfall on land he purchased less than a year ago as a possible alternate casino site.

Under the proposal, Tinley Park was prepared to pay $7.5 million for 114 acres — about $2 million more

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