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1. India celebrates 1B vaccine doses, hopes to speed 2nd shots -

NEW DELHI (AP) — India celebrated giving its billionth COVID-19 vaccine dose on Thursday, a hopeful milestone for the South Asian country where the delta variant fueled a crushing surge earlier this year and missteps initially held back its inoculation campaign.

2. As deadlines slip, Biden agenda faces crucial assessment -

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden's infrastructure plan is hitting roadblocks. A policing overhaul after the killing of George Floyd is up in the air. Even a seemingly bipartisan effort to investigate the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol faces the blockade of Republican opposition in Congress.

3. Christians mark Good Friday amid lingering virus woes -

JERUSALEM (AP) — Christians in the Holy Land are marking Good Friday this year amid signs the coronavirus crisis is winding down, with religious sites open to limited numbers of faithful but none of the mass pilgrimages usually seen in the Holy Week leading up to Easter.

4. Nashville gets a taste of something big -

We’re No. 1 – and in a really good way. This week, Phase 1 of Assembly Food Hall, the largest food hall in the country, opened in the new Fifth + Broadway development, which also includes retail, office, residential units, the National Museum for African American Music and abundant parking (cheers to downtown parking!). It fills the entire footprint of the old convention center.

5. Companies say post-Brexit rules are clogging up UK-EU trade -

LONDON (AP) — Some businesses said Friday that costs and paperwork are hampering trade between Britain and the European Union as the reality of the U.K.'s post-Brexit trading relationship with the bloc takes hold.

6. Pandemic hammers small businesses vital to economic recovery -

WINCHESTER, Va. (AP) — In a normal year, hundreds of book lovers would have descended on Winchester this summer for Shenandoah University's annual children's literature conference.

Some would have made their way to Christine Patrick's bookshop downtown. Winchester Brew Works would have rolled out kegs this month for Oktoberfest revelers. The Hideaway Café, occupying a prime location at the corner of Cork and Loudoun streets, would be advertising its monthly Divas Drag Show.

7. Quest for authentic dim sum -

In Chinese, dim sum roughly translates to “lightly touch your heart.” And it does. Eating dim sum around a shared table with everyone taking samples off multiple plates is one of the happiest ways to build community through food.

8. Fairgrounds-area market owners hoping to score with pro soccer -

Abdul and Rahima Ata’s sons focus on the future as they toil to keep the family business operating at the corner of Benton and Bransford avenues – literally across the street and downhill from the State Fairgrounds gates nearest the planned Major League Soccer stadium.

9. Events -

Supplier Diversity Forum. An interactive forum connecting small, diverse-owned businesses to major Middle Tennessee employers in key industries (construction, manufacturing and distribution) with a commitment to supplier diversity. Learn from successful minority-owned business leaders, engage with decision makers from major companies and build your network of buyers and other suppliers. Music City Center, 201 5th Avenue South, Nashville. Fee: $25 (includes lunch, parking, and networking reception). Thursday, 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Information: nashvillechamber.com

10. Events -

Nashville Originals’ Restaurant Week. A biannual event sponsored by Nashville Originals features special prices and menus Jan. 16-22 and across the meal times. Participating restaurants include Capitol Grille, Fleet Street Pub, Flyte World Dining and Wine, The Listening Room Cafe, Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint, Peg Leg Porker, Provence Breads & Cafe, Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant, Salsa, Sole Mio and Watermark. Information: http://nashvilleoriginals.com/nashville-restaurant-week/

11. Nashville's ultimate holiday to-do list -

Don’t let the fact Halloween is weeks away stop you from planning your Christmas season activities. From live shows to shopping, decide now what you and yours want to do later this winter.

63rd annual Nashville Christmas Parade

December 3

The theme for 2016 is The Musical Mile, so it’s only fitting that Grammy Award-winning artist Kelly Clarkson has been tapped as the Grand Marshal for the parade sponsored by Piedmont Natural Gas in partnership with Monroe Carrell Jr. Children’s Hospital and presented by Tootsie’s.

12. Irish cream cupcakes – just in time for St. Patrick's Day -

All the rage these days, when it comes to sweets, is cupcake stores. They are popping up everywhere.

These cute stores with eye-catching little names lure you inside to take a look at what’s creating that heavenly aroma. Once inside, that wonderful smell overtakes your senses, and you just have to have one. Or maybe two.

13. Melvin Gordon, CEO who built empire from Tootsie Rolls, dies -

CHICAGO (AP) — Melvin Gordon, who helped turn the enduring popularity of the humble Tootsie Roll into a candy empire, has died. He was 95.

14. That diet you just started knows nothing about you -

It’s the most wonderful season of all – for the diet and fitness industry.

Yes, January will be filled with good intentions and earnest efforts to stick to weight-loss resolutions. But better health and wellness may not come in the box of prepackaged meals delivered to your door by Nutrisystem or in diet plans from Dr. Mike, Jenny Craig and the Skinny Bitch.

15. PR experts share ideas for sending treats to business associates -

You’d be hard-pressed to find bigger cheerleaders for Nashville – and for all of its homemade, home-grown goodies – than area public relations experts. A few of them shared the sweet local treats they send to their clients over the holiday season.

16. Great food-related gifts made in Middle Tennessee and where to get them -

Send your out-of-towner family, friends and clients the delicious taste of Middle Tennessee by ordering local products online and shipping them anywhere nationwide.

Bang Candy Company

1300 Clinton St. 953-1065

17. Perfect time to join the cupcakes craze -

Cupcakes seem to be all the rage right now. If you haven’t already visited a cupcake bakery, you are in for a treat.

Thanks to my granddaughter and the music minister at my church, I have visited two. I don’t plan on stopping there!

18. Events -

Live on the Green. Free concert series held in Public Square Park in front of the Metro Courthouse concludes with The Delta Saints, Yacht Rock Revue and Here Come the Mummies at 5 p.m. The six-week concert series was produced by Tuned In Broadcasting, Inc. in partnership with the Nashville Mayor’s Office. Information: liveonthegreen.net.

19. Hot cinnamon rolls: Those were the days -

Well, the holidays are over, but that doesn’t mean the good treats and sweets have to stop! Not in my house, anyway.

This week I have a delicious recipe for some yummy, homemade cinnamon rolls – great for a Saturday morning when it is cold outside. Add some hot chocolate, and you can close your eyes and dream you are in some ski lodge somewhere!

20. From ancient Greece to the gym bag -

The fabled cherry. The poetic color of luscious lips, and just as sweet. Their history started somewhere in the Persia-Armenia region, and in just two varietals from which all cultivated cherries are descended: Prunus avium (sweet) and Prunus cerasus (sour). Today it is estimated that some 900 sweet varieties (ranging in color from yellow to black) and some 300 sour varieties are grown.

21. Nestle buys majority stake in Chinese candy maker -

GENEVA (AP) — Nestle SA, the world's biggest food and drink company, took another big step into the Chinese market Monday with the announcement that it is to buy a majority stake in candy maker Hsu Fu Chi for 2.1 billion Singapore dollars ($1.7 billion; $1.4 billion Swiss francs).

22. Cook’s text messages reveal a sweet mess -

Cooks young and old have been whipping, beating, slicing, dicing, browning, and boiling these past few weeks. New cooks have experimented, and seasoned cooks have prepared the perfect dish. After all, isn’t that what family holiday gatherings are all about?