Planning Editor, CNBC
CNBC Planning Editor. Former Retail Producer. Raising two beauties in beautiful Brooklyn. All opinions are my own and not of my employer (or kids).
grubstreet.com — Grub Street hears that, as of 5 p.m. today, the 180-seat outpost of Dinosaur Bar-B-Que is finally opening at 604 Union Street (between Third and Fourth Avenues). Expect the same great wings, ribs, and brisket, plus a few menu items that are unique to this location: Breakfast All Day (a smoked-brisket-and-poblano hash with a sunny-side-up egg), the Ode to Domolise (a sandwich of brisket, beef gravy, and Swiss cheese), and the F.G.T.V.
cnbc.com — Source: Wisconsin Precision Casting Wisconsin Precision Casting makes metal parts that go into larger objects. Think lawnmowers, hospital gurneys, boat propellers, hand tools. Its customers range from independent designers to the big boys: Caterpillar and Deere. Based in East Troy, Wis., the small business had been operating for nearly 50 years within America's Rust Belt, which includes manufacturing-heavy states from New York to Wisconsin.
hollywoodreporter.com — When ABC's Nashville returns for its second season, the country music drama will be without the services of T Bone Burnett. The show's executive music producer will not be returning to the series, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
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