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Review for George's Steakhouse by Scott
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The food is really good. Service is fast. Great place to go for pasta dishes or Steak.
Pros: Fast and freindly staff.
Review for Saddle Ridge and Cheyenne Supper Club by Rose
Rating: Half Rating1111
Most racist, rude and unprofessional staff I have ever encountered! Worst place in Hampton Roads!
Pros: None! Zero! Zip! Nada!
Cons: This place is still open!!
Review for Saddle Ridge and Cheyenne Supper Club by Anonymous
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AVOID AT ALL COSTS.
Cons: Drinks are poorly mixed, rude staff, bouncers are able to and will kick you out of the bar with or without provocation regardless of your behavior.
Review for O'Leary's Bar & Grill by Anonymous
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Pros: Best kept secret in Virginia Beach a true local's spot with amazing food and phenominal service! They have every sports pacakge avail and 10 hdtv's, such a great spot ..
Review for Shanti Yoga by Anonymous
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Despite its size, Shanti Yoga has an inviting atmosphere and community building opportunities.
Pros: Close to the beach, conveniently located in Hiltop shopping center. Beautiful wall mural and soft lighting sets the perfect ambiance for relaxation and creating Self awareness. Very clean. ..
Cons: Smaller studio. Made for under 10 people per class.
Review for High Tide Screen Printing by Anonymous
Rating: 11111
They carry tee shirts, hats, polos, pants, aprons, hoodies, koozies, and more. High Tide works with Big and small groups, clubs and events.
Pros: great prices, nice customer service. Screen printing and embroidery.

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Portsmouth, Virginia is located in the Hampton Roads area of this beautiful state. It is one of the so called '7 Cities' of Hampton Roads which is also comprised of nearby cities of Norfolk, Hampton, Newport News, Chesapeake, Suffolk, and Virginia Beach. Portsmouth is full of history and is also a major contributor to the United States military. Portsmouth has a little over 100,000 residents and is located on the Elizabeth River directly across from the city of Norfolk. There is a tunnel that connects both of these cities. Portsmouth is actually one of the oldest cities in the United States as there are records from 1620 that stated King James I wanted to build a shipbuilding area across from Norfolk. Portsmouth is also the home of the Norfolk Naval Shipyard and the Portsmouth Naval Hospital which is recognized as one of the top military hospitals in the world. The city of Portsmouth has tons of history behind it but the surrounding area is also a must see. You can enjoy the beaches at Virginia Beach, take scenic tours and catch some pro sports in Norfolk, or go see a concert at the Hampton Coliseum. Portsmouth, Virginia has everything to offer and then some.

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2 hours ago Perkins leads Virginia past Duke 28-14
DURHAM, N.C. (AP) -- Bryce Perkins did a little bit of everything to lead Virginia to another upset victory.Perkins passed for 189 yards and a touchdown, and he rushed for 61 yards and two scores to help the Cavaliers beat Duke 28-14 on Saturday afternoon.Virginia (5-2, 3-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) backed up its 16-13 win over Miami, its first against a ranked opponent since 2014, with its fourth consecutive victory over Duke. The Cavaliers won as underdogs for the second week in a row."I'm obviously really excited and proud of our team," Virginia coach Bronco Mendenhall said. "Coming off of the Miami win last week, that presented a significant challenge. ... Our team showed the maturity and resiliency to come on the road and start fast."Daniel Jones passed for 240 yards and a touchdown for the Blue Devils (5-2, 1-2).Duke cut Virginia's lead to 20-14 early in the fourth quarter when tight end Davis Koppenhaver caught a 22-yard touchdown pass from wide receiver T.J. Rahming on a trick play.But Perkins found Evan Butts for a 16-yard touchdown with 3:58 remaining to put the Cavaliers back in control.Perkins eluded unblocked blitzing safety Marquis Waters and scrambled to his left before throwing to Butts in the end zone."There's at least two or three plays every game where you're like, `How is this real life?' " Butts said. "It's just absurd, his talent level. Having him here on this team is a blessing for everyone."Chris Taylor had six receptions for 97 yards and a touchdown for the Blue Devils.The Cavaliers led 14-0 at halftime, but their cushion should have been larger. They failed to score on drives that reached the Duke 29-, 16- and 34-yard lines.THE TAKEAWAYVirginia: The Cavaliers were rock solid, committing no turnovers and making few mistakes overall. They remained unbeaten in Coastal Division play and have an opportunity to build more momentum. Virginia's next three games are at home against North Carolina, Pittsburgh and Liberty. "We're not satisfied with this," Perkins said.Duke: The Blue Devils weren't themselves from the start, and they couldn't quite catch up. Playing in a steady rain that helped keep the home crowd sparse, they stumbled through a first half filled with dropped passes and uncharacteristic penalties. Duke had five penalties for 52 yards before halftime, nearly double their ACC-leading averages for an entire game."The biggest thing was we didn't show up from the opening kickoff until about midway through the second quarter," Duke linebacker Joe Giles-Harris said. "You can't do that in ACC games."TOUGH TRENDJones threw a season-high two interceptions, continuing his career-long struggles against Virginia. In three games and 136 pass attempts against the Cavaliers, he has thrown nine interceptions (one every 15.1 attempts). In 27 games and 888 pass attempts against all other opponents, he has thrown 15 interceptions (one every 59.2 attempts).KEY DRIVETrailing 20-14 midway through the fourth quarter, Duke had the ball at its own 23. The Cavaliers tackled Jones for a loss on three consecutive plays, two of which were sacks, to force a punt that set up the game-sealing touchdown. Chris Peace had one of the sacks and shared the other with Charles Snowden. "That was probably the most important drive of the game to come up with a response after they had the momentum," Peace said.INJURY REPORTDuke lost starting left tackle Jaylen Miller late in the first quarter to a season-ending injury to his right lower leg. Coach David Cutcliffe said Miller will have surgery. The Blue Devils played much of the second half without starting linebacker Ben Humphreys, who injured his left leg in the second quarter and returned only briefly.Virginia played the second half without starting running back Jordan Ellis, who injured his left ankle late in the first half.UP NEXTVirginia: The Cavaliers host North Carolina on Oct. 27.Duke: The Blue Devils play at Pittsburgh on Oct. 27.
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2 hours ago Millennials blamed for lower sales of American cheese
(WIVB) - Millennials have been blamed for a lot of things, but their latest victim is American cheese.Bloomberg says U.S. sales of processed cheese are down for the fourth straight year.They claim millennials don't like preservatives and they're demanding nourishment from recognizable ingredients.Restaurants are listening. Wendy's is offering asiago, and Panera replaced American cheese with a four-cheese combo that includes smoked gouda.
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2 hours ago Buffalo Wild Wings introduces BBQ pumpkin wings
SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) - Pumpkin spice lattes, pumpkin pie, pumpkin cereal, pumpkin everything, right? How about buffalo wings? Yes -- Buffalo Wild Wings is getting in on the pumpkin spice craze. BWW officials say the sauce mixes ale with BBQ flavors and pumpkin spice for "a taste of the season."The Pumpkin Wings are available for a limited time only -- so get 'em while you can! Tis the (pumpkin) season! 
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2 hours ago Old Dominion wins in crazy fashion over W. Kentucky 37-34
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) -- Nick Rice kicked a 26-yard field goal with no time left on the clock to give Old Dominion an improbable 37-34 win over Western Kentucky.Old Dominion (2-6, 1-4 Conference USA) scored 18 points in the last 5:40 for the win. Kesean Strong's 2-yard TD run, followed by a 2-point conversion, knotted the game at 27. Western Kentucky then drove 80 yards and went up a touchdown when Gino Appleberry carried it in from 2-yards out for the lead.Blake LaRussa led the Monarchs down the field in 93 seconds and completed a 6-yard scoring pass to Travis Fulgham to tie it at 34 with nine seconds left. On the Hilltoppers' next drive, the Monarchs were flagged for roughing the passer. Alex Rinella missed a 57-yard field goal with two seconds remaining, but ODU was penalized for too many men on the field and gave Rinella a chance at a 52 yarder.The kick descended at the goal line, and Isaiah Harper ran it back 83 yards to the Hilltoppers' 17. But a WKU face mask moved the ball to their own 9-yard line, gave ODU another offensive play with no time left setting up Rice's game-winner.LaRussa threw for 327 yards and a touchdown, and Shanley led WKU with 257 yards and two TD for the Hilltoppers (1-6, 0-3).
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