TacoVision Brings Midtown An Aggressively Cool Taco And Agave-Shot Spot

Welcome to the latest installment of Quick Bites, which brings us to Midtown for tacos, tacos, and more tacos. TacoVision is a brand new bi-level restaurant on East 53rd Street that sells tacos and agave shots in a colorful, copiously-branded setting. “Be the Taco,” implores the outside of your bag. “Take Me To Your Taco,” shouts a piece of merchandise. This part of East 53rd is packed with fast-casual eating options, so as goofy as it feels it makes sense that they have to yell a bit to get your attention. The owners and management team are from the nearby Crave Fishbar, a popular boozy spot, and though there’s no overlap in terms of menu, they are clearly gunning for the same crowd of area office workers and local party people. Get your meal downstairs at TacoVision and everything’s done counter-service style. You order at the registers in the back, grab a numbered sign and a seat, and a runner will bring your food as it’s ready, which can mean one taco at a time. Everything’s served on colorful ceramic plates, so there’s very little waste, and someone will pop by to bus your table and ask how everything is going as soon a...

iPhone X Charging Speeds Compared: The Fastest and Easiest Ways to Charge Your iPhone

Apple’s Beats brand in April unveiled the Powerbeats Pro, a redesigned wire-free version of its popular fitness-oriented Powerbeats earbuds. MacRumors attracts a broad audience of both consumers and professionals interested in the latest technologies and products. We also boast an active community focused on purchasing decisions and technical aspects of the iPhone, iPod, iPad, and Mac platforms. Floor Lamp, Table Lamp, Lamp Shade, LED Adapter, Shelf Floor Lamp – Goodly,https://www.goodly-light.com/

Price notice: Clev, Pitt, Chi, SF ferrous scrap | American Metal Market

You are currently viewing the beta version of the new AMM site. Click here to return to the current site. To include more than one recipient, please separate each email address with a semi-colon ‘;’, to a maximum of 5 By submitting this article to a friend we reserve the right to contact them regarding Fastmarkets AMM subscriptions. Please ensure you have their consent before giving us their details. Api 5l Pipe Fastmarkets AMM is proposing to discontinue its export yard buying prices in San Francisco as well as some ferrous scrap consumer buying prices in Cleveland, Pittsburgh and Chicago due to a lack of liquidity. The 60-day consultation begins on Tuesday September 3 and ends on Monday November 4. An update to this notice will be published on Tuesday November 5. Under the proposal, these prices would continue to be assessed through December 31 ahead of a delisting on January 1. The following scrap grades are proposed for discontinuation: CLEVELAND  Assessment: Foundry steel, 2’ max Quality: Steel scrap 1/8 inch and over in thickness, not over 2 feet in length or 18 inches in width. Individual pieces free from attachments. May not include nonferrous metals, cast...

Stooges movie films in April – but still no cast, say Farrellys

The upcoming Three Stooges movie is just weeks away from filming and Bobby and Peter Farrelly still haven’t found their leading men. “We’re shooting at the end of April,” Peter told CNN at Wednesday’s L.A. premiere of their latest comedy, “Hall Pass.” “We are down to several excellent actors for the roles, we just haven’t made a choice. But we will in the coming weeks, and that gives us five weeks of rehearsals.” The “Three Stooges” movie was to star Sean Penn, Benicio Del Toro and Jim Carrey as Larry, Moe and Curly, respectively. Both Penn and Carrey dropped out and Del Toro remains a question mark. It’s since been rumored that Johnny Knoxville might play Moe with Andy Samberg taking on Larry, but the Farrellys say no final casting decisions have yet been made. “We got everything in place, but we don’t have the cast yet,” Bobby tells CNN. “But we’re looking diligently. There’s a lot of good guys out there.” Adds Peter, “We don’t want to make up our minds until we’ve seen everybody. We want to be fair about it.” by impulsiveness,グッチ長...

While some may find playing sports or going to the gym a highlight of their week,

While some may find playing sports or going to the gym a highlight of their week, for most of us, signing up to an activity or a class is an achievement in itself. And for women, we have the extra trauma of worrying what to wear so we don’t embarrass ourselves with a Janet Jackson-style wardrobe malfunction. Fear not. We have taken the stress out of finding the right sports bra for women of all sizes by testing out a range of prices and styles, putting them through both their cardio and weight training paces, and, of course, judging whether they are comfortable too. Our best value award goes to the Camille Racer Back Sports Bra. At just £16.99, it does not burn a hole in your pocket, but offers comfort, support and a dash of style for good measure. One of the most comfortable bras we have tested, the Camille could be worn all day before heading to the gym. Its comfortable crop top style, with the added support of a functional bra clasp, ticks the boxes for us, and its simple style with a splash of colour is is easy on the eye too. Despite being a mid-range priced bra, the functionality of this garment rivals its higher priced and more well-known brands, while offering a unique s...

The global airless packaging market was valued at $4.23 billion in 2018 and is anticipated to

The global airless packaging market was valued at $4.23 billion in 2018 and is anticipated to surpass $6.12 billion by 2027. The market is anticipated to record a CAGR of around 6.1% during the forecast period i.e. 2019-2027. The market is segmented by product type into bags, pouches, bottles & jars, tubes and others. The market is further segmented by material type into plastic, glass and others. By packaging type, the market is segmented by rigid flexible and semi-rigid packaging. On the basis of end user, the market is segmented by food & beverages, healthcare, cosmetics and personal care and others. Europe region is anticipated to dominate the global airless packing market owing to higher demand for packaging and rapid product innovations and development. Moreover, greener alternatives have been adopted in the region related to conventional plastic airless packaging. North America is likely to contribute significant revenue in the market on account of substantial demand in the U.S. The Asia Pacific region is expected to witness significant growth attributed to increasing urban population in the region and demand for several types of packaging in the consumer goods in...

19 Sickest Sports Cars You Can Buy For Under $5,000 (1 To Completely Avoid)

Almost everyone knows that a high-performance exotic sports car like a Ferrari, Lamborghini, or Porsche cannot be purchased for under $5,000 no matter how old they are or how poor their condition. In fact, some of the most expensive models of these supercars are the oldest. A rare 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO sold at auction in 2018 for a mere $48.4 million. However, for those who dream of driving and owning a high-performance sports car but have a limited budget (very limited at no more than $5,000), there are options. Granted, these cars are not in the same class as the supercar exotics, but they have surprisingly good performance and are fun to drive. Many of these used cars are 15 to 20 years old and have high mileage, some over 100,000 miles. But, by doing ample research, avoiding an impulse purchase, and choosing a car with a diligent maintenance record, a buyer can avoid getting stuck with a cheap fast car that becomes a total nightmare. Here are nineteen of the sickest sports cars that can be purchased for under $5,000 and one that should absolutely be avoided. The Miata, equipped with a 1.8 naturally aspirated in-line 4-cylinder engine, is not a speed demon but has lively handl...

Veark’s CK01 knife is forged from a single piece of steel dezeen-logo dezeen-logo

Danish brand Veark has developed a chef’s knife that is manufactured using a drop-forged process that creates a unique texture on the handle of each product. The Veark CK01 chef’s knife was designed as an everyday kitchen tool that is made using an unusual process in the traditional knife-forging town of Solingen, Germany. The product’s main innovation is its single-piece construction, which creates a knife with a blade that is a continuation of the open handle. This makes it easier to grip precisely and also easier to wipe clean as there are no joints. The manufacturing process uses a drop-forging technique to stamp a glowing piece of red-hot stainless steel into a form that is sanded, hardened and sharpened by expert craftsmen. The knife features on the shortlist for the Homeware category of the Dezeen Awards 2019, alongside products including a cooking pot that uses vacuum technology to keep food hot. The design for the Veark CK01 is founded on a belief that the knife is one of the most essential tools in the kitchen, and it should therefore evoke the utilitarian aesthetic of other common tools. “Based on that idea we took visual cues from the world o...

Global Solar Energy Street Lamp Market Insights, Forecast to 2025

In this report, the Global Solar Energy Street Lamp market is valued at USD XX million in 2017 and is expected to reach USD XX million by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2017 and 2025. Global Solar Energy Street Lamp market has been broken down by major regions, with complete market estimates on the basis of products/applications on a regional basis. Browse full research report at https://www.crystalmarketreport.com/global-solar-energy-street-lamp-market-insights-forecast-to-2025 Solar street light system is designed for all outdoor applications & un-electrified remote rural areas.This system is an ideal application for campus, parks, sports clubs, and playgrounds, parking place,terrace, commercial complexes, warehouses and village street lights. The system is provided with battery storage backup sufficient to operate the light for 10-11 hours daily and 3 cloudy day’s battery backup. The Solar Energy Street Lamp market was valued at xx Million US$ in 2018 and is projected to reach xx Million US$ by 2025, at a CAGR of xx% during the forecast period. In this study, 2018 has been considered as the base year and 2019 to 2025 as the forecast period to estimate t...

IGBT Module Market | Industry Insight 2019-2028 Covered players: Mitsubishi Electric, Infineon Technologies (IR), Fuji Electric, SEMIKRON, Hitachi, ON Semiconductor (Fairchild), ABB, IXYS Corporation, Starpower Semiconductor, CRRC, Vishay, MacMic and More

The global IGBT Module market is comprehensively and Insightful information in the report, taking into consideration various factors such as competition, regional growth, segmentation, and IGBT Module Market size by value and volume. This is an excellent research study specially compiled to provide the latest insights into critical aspects of the IGBT Module market. The report includes different market forecasts related to market size, production, revenue, consumption, CAGR, gross margin, price, and other key factors. It is prepared with the use of industry-best primary and secondary research methodologies and tools. The Major Players Covered in this Report:Mitsubishi Electric, Infineon Technologies (IR), Fuji Electric, SEMIKRON, Hitachi, ON Semiconductor (Fairchild), ABB, IXYS Corporation, Starpower Semiconductor, CRRC, Vishay, MacMic & More. In 2018, the global IGBT Module market size was million US$ and it is expected to reach a million US$ by the end of 2028, with a CAGR between 2019 and 2028. This report studies the IGBT Module market size by players, regions, product types and end industries, history data 2014-2018 and forecast data 2019-2028; This report also studies ...

Getting the best Wi-Fi speeds from your ISP? Here’s the fine print

Throttling? Hidden fees? Data caps? Here’s a rundown on how all of the major ISPs in the US manage their networks. For a lot of us, a good Wi-Fi connection at home is way more than just a nice thing to have. In fact, according to a recent survey commissioned by Google, a majority of respondents said they would be out of touch (82%), their life would suffer (79%) and they’d be lonelier (68%) without Wi-Fi. And 32% said that they’d be willing to give up sex for one month in exchange for a life free of Wi-Fi woes (that one seems low to me, to be honest). As important as our internet connections are, it’s aggravating when it feels like our internet service providers (ISPs) are selling us short — and, apparently, that’s exactly how a lot of us feel. According to that Google survey, 81% of router users said that they had experienced Wi-Fi issues, including outages, sluggish-seeming speeds and slower connections during peak hours. In fact, users reported dealing with Wi-Fi issues three times per week, on average. And that’s to say nothing of ISP billing practices, the abundance of junk mail they often send out, the lack of high-speed infrastruc...

Sometimes natural ventilation isn’t a wonderful thing

New York’s tiny air shafts provided a bit of light and ventilation, but they were also convenient dumping grounds. We have shown this photo on TreeHugger for many years, usually while extolling the virtues of natural ventilation. I wrote that, “in New York, even the cheapest tenements were required by law to have natural light and ventilation to kitchens and bathrooms. Sometimes it might be little more than a slot, but those were the rules.” Because the shafts got so tight, there was a stack effect that caused air circulation through the apartment. I thought this was a good thing, that a little bit of light and air was better than nothing. Automatic Cutting Machine Maybe not. Cait Etherington at 6sqft points out that, “rather than create a source of air and light, these narrow slots quickly evolved into sources of disease, noise, and dysfunction.” A commission studying tenement housing in 1900 found that the “the ‘air shaft’ was the most serious evil of the present tenement.” In 1901 the regulations were changed to make larger courtyards, big enough for garbage storage and removal, and hanging of laundry. Perhaps I should add a footnote to all...

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