Silver Bars – Silveracce 365 http://silveracce365.com/ Mon, 16 May 2022 19:56:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://silveracce365.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-5.png Silver Bars – Silveracce 365 http://silveracce365.com/ 32 32 Gold’s faint is a bargon https://silveracce365.com/golds-faint-is-a-bargon/ Mon, 16 May 2022 19:56:00 +0000 https://silveracce365.com/golds-faint-is-a-bargon/ Since this week ended a year ago (May 14, 2021), we have had: ■ A +9.2% debasic increase in StateSide “M2” money supply from US$20.42 trillion to US$22.29 trillion, largely due to COVID liquidity adjustments, with proceeds ending up on the stock market ( whoops…); ■ a dysfunction of supply chains, energy procurement […]]]>

Since this week ended a year ago (May 14, 2021), we have had:

■ A +9.2% debasic increase in StateSide “M2” money supply from US$20.42 trillion to US$22.29 trillion, largely due to COVID liquidity adjustments, with proceeds ending up on the stock market ( whoops…);

■ a dysfunction of supply chains, energy procurement and currencies born of appallingly inhumane war;

■ a stagflationary contraction in deflator-adjusted US gross domestic product for three consecutive quarters as of REAL economic erosion;

■ an increase in interest rates, which we have demonstrated starting from 0.00% to the point of vomiting is advantageous for material assets;

■ plus your etc, et alia, ad infinitum

And yet gold closed the week yesterday (Friday) at 1810 -1.8% down on that day a year ago. You can see the crossover comparatively within the red rectangle on the yearly price paths of the gold scoreboard above.

Hence, we have just had both gold’s fourth consecutive weekly pullback and fourth consecutive weekly “low” with the price not only retesting the critical 1854-1779 support zone for the past week, but bored deep within it, as shown here our updated annual chart:


Technical analysis aside, gold’s impotence is beyond fundamental analytical common sense in disbelief, even with talk of a “five figure” price today. We are content to stick with the scoreboard rating of 4137 and also maintain our high forecast for this year of 2254 (the “M Word” amount regardless)


“Well, mmb, belief in bitcoin is growing at the expense of gold…”

Let’s see: Gold is trading at 1810 today, down -13.4% from its all-time high of 2089; bits**t’s settlement for the week at 29,785 is -57.1% off its all-time high of 69,355. “Bit” difference there.


But Squire makes an interesting point. We seem to be reading a lot lately about gold becoming a “been” while bits**t is what “be-in” is. And it’s oddly consistent with how Leonardo Bonacci (aka “Fibonacci”) can formulate it today: There is a “herd system” caused by nature. A pro bits**t person becomes gold “dis” and then a second; then two more, then three more, then five, eight, 13, 21, 34 and suddenly it’s “Holy Golden Ratio, Batman!” because one can now predict that 55 more will be next to jump on the “dis” gold bandwagon. And so forth. The emotion-driven herd mentality and copying what everyone else is doing is extraordinarily fascinating until you end up with nothing. (Psst: get gold?) Something that lasts for thousands of years is not nothing.

Lately, however, there’s nothing to be gained from gold, except that you can buy it for less than half its value. Therefore, price rationalization as we see here on the weekly bars is indeed “a good thing” even as the red dotted parabolic short trend completes its seventh continuous week. For Gold’s swoon is a bargon:


All in all, it’s the best that gold not penetrating the bottom of the 1854-1779 critical support zone to which it scared the 1797 low last week (actually yesterday). Certainly further downfalls may occur for 1753, 1721, 1678 etc; but let us not go there Rather, “The Herd” must be made more deliberately. (Or as a longtime Gold colleague puts it: “There will come a day when you sell your gold: the day everyone else will want it.”)

What nobody Yes, really wants is an economy suffering from the ravages of stagflation, which continues to increase and in turn fuels the decline in the economic barometer. Assuming you don’t eat or use energy, your cost of living rose +0.6% in April as measured by the Core Consumer Price Index: just in case you score at home – or maybe Sweat Since your perfected day trading methodology at home no longer works – ie double the rise in inflation for March. But wait, there’s more: the venerable University of Michigan “Go Blue!” The preliminary readings of the sentiment poll for May just hit their lowest level since August back in 2011. As we’ve occasionally joked about reading the Conference Board on Consumer Confidence: “Are you confident?” It’s definitely not the Baro:


As for the last place you want to work these days, FedHead Jerome “Jumpin’ Jay” Powell has secured another four-year tenure overseeing everything within which New York’s FedPrez John “It’s All Good” Williams of the Federal Reserve sure has the “right tools” to bring down inflation while FedGov Christopher “Up The” Waller says: “We need to cool down demand and try to lower inflationary pressures.” Which means for you WestPalmBeachers down there, your variable rate funding sources will continue to pressure you.

And speaking of bottlenecks for what is set to be a record year for travel, instead, the costs are too high to manage and (in the words of Dow Jones Newswires) “Spoil summer plans.” (One bright spot: Here in Wee MC, indoor mask requirements were only lifted yesterday, should you be heading in that direction; just add €uros).

Anyhow, the precious metals are obviously staying down as we see above their respective three month daily bars for gold on the left and for silver to the right. The “baby blues” are trending consistency in both cases they need to roll back over the -80% axes to become indicative of higher price levels:


And if prices inevitably move higher, the 10-day market profiles for gold (bottom left) and silver (bottom right) it looks like it’s going to be an uphill climb in the short term (aside from the “buy a lightbulb” suddenly kicking off for “The Herd”):


Where gold sits in the broadest sense, here we have:


The gold pile

Depreciation in gold value per dollar (from our opening scoreboard): 4137

Gold is always intraday High: 2089 (08/07/2020)

High 2022: 2079 (08 March)

Gold is always Conclude High: 2075 (08/06/2020)

The weekly parabolic price for long: 2027

The gateway to the year 2000: 1900+

10 session “volume weighted” average price magnet: 1859

The 300-day moving average: 1824 and rising

Trade Resistance (notable profile spikes): 1822 / 1837 / 1863


Gold Current: 1810, (expected daily trading range [“EDTR”]: 32 points)

Trade Support: 1808

The Last Frontier: 1800-1900

The Northern Front: 1800-1750

10-session direction range: up to 1797 (from 1911) = -114 points or -6.0%

Low 2022: 1779 (January 28)

About Maneuvers: 1750-1579

The soil: 1579-1466

Le Sous-sol: Sub-1466

The Supporting Shelf: 1454-1434

Base camp: 1377

The 1360 Double-Top: 1369 in April ’18, followed by 1362 in September ’17

Neverland: The Weepy 1290s

The Chest: 1280-1240

Looking ahead next week, 10 of the Econ Baro’s 13 incoming metrics are “consensually” expected to be worse than their previous readings. To that end, we part with this week with these few observations:

■ US Treasury Secretary Janet “Old Yeller” Yellen sees the financial system as running in order despite (stop laughing now). “Volatility”. Neat or otherwise, in relation to “Volatility” we see it continue to beat the stock market; (take a look at the S&P Moneyflow page of the site: scary!). Given the S&P yearly high (4819 vs. 4024 today) (see our letter of April 23rd) there is still a long way to go to the bottom, our range of 3587-3198 is still within reach.

■ Speaking of the Treasury, the ever-popular segment within it – the lovely Internal Revenue Service – seems to have fallen significantly behind (due to COVID), with late refunds now being paid a 4% interest rate. That’s better than the bank, and besides, it’s perfectly fine to overpay. So don’t hesitate file today!

■ Finally, NYFed respondents to a survey on inflation expectations said they would hike prices by +3.9%. in three years! (Yes, you’re laughing again). Inquiry: Shouldn’t the comma be moved a bit to the right?

Still, don’t miss what’s right: while it faints, take the Gold Bargon!


Applause!



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Three reasons why you should buy fine jewelry https://silveracce365.com/three-reasons-why-you-should-buy-fine-jewelry/ Sat, 14 May 2022 13:26:07 +0000 https://silveracce365.com/three-reasons-why-you-should-buy-fine-jewelry/ DETROIT – When completing your outfit, think women’s jewelry, maybe that one piece can transform your look from simple to exquisite. Matching the perfect accessories will automatically make your look stunning. For example, when styled with diamonds and pearls, you become the center of attention. Jewelry has played an important role throughout human history. Jewelry […]]]>

DETROIT – When completing your outfit, think women’s jewelry, maybe that one piece can transform your look from simple to exquisite. Matching the perfect accessories will automatically make your look stunning. For example, when styled with diamonds and pearls, you become the center of attention.

Jewelry has played an important role throughout human history. Jewelry was highly valued during ancient civilizations as it enhanced the beauty of the wearer. Various pieces of jewelry symbolized wealth, security, elegance and wisdom. Women often wore jewelry to enhance their femininity, enhance their beauty, and strengthen their self-confidence. Why is jewelry important for women these days?

Indispensable for special occasions

Given all these factors, we cannot help but understand that jewelry remains essential for the modern woman. Its popularity continues to dominate among women while new designs and styles are constantly being launched. on special occasions, ear studs have proven to be elegant touches at anniversaries, birthday parties, graduations and weddings. On these occasions, women wearing jewelry take center stage. Many women say that without elegant jewelry for those special occasions, they feel underdressed and less confident.

Big investment

Many financial experts claim that the importance of jewelry is not only on the decorative side but also serves as a stable investment as the value of jewelry tends to be held indefinitely. This is how jewelry becomes an investment for many people. But you need to make sure you are buying your jewelry from a reputable seller.

Diamonds, for example, tend to be in high demand in the market and are not affected by fluctuations in the ups and downs of the economy. The high demand for diamonds also makes it easy to sell them when funds are needed.

Gold has also proven to be a precious metal in the world. Various pieces of gold jewelry such as necklaces, bracelets, and rings can be easily melted down and formed into new jewelry and gold bars. If you compare gold’s stability to cash, cash fluctuates with world economic factors while the price of gold remains more stable.

Valuable gifts

When a person decides to give you a special gift, jewelry offers a wide range of pieces depending on how much they are willing to spend. Diamond and platinum jewelry command the highest prices, while silver-based jewelry tends to be cheaper. White gold has become a popular piece of jewelry in the middle price segment.

In summary, various pieces of jewelry have a higher sentimental value than possessors of monetary values. For example, gold or diamond stud earrings that your fiancé gives on their engagement day have a higher intrinsic value and will be cherished for a lifetime. Additionally, high-end jewelry appreciates in value over time, offering greater stability in these changing economic times. Jewelry increases beauty, self-confidence and, if chosen correctly, provides financial stability.

This content was provided by Erica Jones.

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UCLA Gymnastics Hires Cal Assistant Janelle McDonald as Next Head Coach https://silveracce365.com/ucla-gymnastics-hires-cal-assistant-janelle-mcdonald-as-next-head-coach/ Tue, 10 May 2022 01:03:26 +0000 https://silveracce365.com/ucla-gymnastics-hires-cal-assistant-janelle-mcdonald-as-next-head-coach/ Three weeks after the job was advertised, the Bruins have found their next team leader. UCLA Gymnastics announced Monday night that it would hire Janelle McDonald as the program’s head coach. McDonald has spent the last four seasons as an assistant to Cal and helped guide the Golden Bears to their first-ever Pac-12 regular-season title […]]]>

Three weeks after the job was advertised, the Bruins have found their next team leader.

UCLA Gymnastics announced Monday night that it would hire Janelle McDonald as the program’s head coach. McDonald has spent the last four seasons as an assistant to Cal and helped guide the Golden Bears to their first-ever Pac-12 regular-season title earlier this spring.

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Fine Mexican cuisine moves to West Hartford – Hartford Courant https://silveracce365.com/fine-mexican-cuisine-moves-to-west-hartford-hartford-courant/ Sat, 07 May 2022 10:01:04 +0000 https://silveracce365.com/fine-mexican-cuisine-moves-to-west-hartford-hartford-courant/ El Santo is West Hartford’s newest restaurant, serving upscale Mexico City-inspired cuisine. Co-owner and chef Xiomara Zamudio pays tribute to her hometown, where her mother taught her to cook and where her family spent weekends watching luchador wrestling competitions. “We went to La Coliseo on Sundays to watch the wrestling. It’s a big deal there. […]]]>

El Santo is West Hartford’s newest restaurant, serving upscale Mexico City-inspired cuisine. Co-owner and chef Xiomara Zamudio pays tribute to her hometown, where her mother taught her to cook and where her family spent weekends watching luchador wrestling competitions.

“We went to La Coliseo on Sundays to watch the wrestling. It’s a big deal there. El Santo was the most famous of them all,” said Zamudio. “He wore a silver mask. Nobody has ever seen his face. Even when he didn’t fight, he wore his mask.”

From 1934 to 1982, El Santo was a Mexican legend in the lucha libre ring. He has also appeared in 52 Lucha-themed films and comics as a fictional superhero version of himself. El Santo never appeared in public without his silver mask until a few days before his death in 1984.

El Santo’s decor is dominated by this masked face. A mural by Ben Keller depicts El Santo in its glory days. The venue’s masked face logo presides over the dining room in neon. Silver masks adorn the walls, and luchador masks in other colors sit behind the bar. Tequila flying trays resemble a wrestling ring, with the masked face in the center.

Zamudio opened El Santo with co-owners Alejandro Polanco, a native of the Dominican Republic, and Peruvian-born Lilian Polanco, Yesenia Macias and Luis Araujo.

El Santo’s menu reflects the urbanity of Mexico City.

“We don’t do Tex-Mex. It’s not just about rice and beans and sombreros. Mexico City has a different culture. I love the small towns, but I’m from the city. I have to bring my own concept,” she said.

Entrees, ranging from $5 to $14, range from the traditional — chips and salsa, guacamole, quesadillas, nachos — to the unconventional. Guacamole Rudo ($14) includes pork skin, and Hanging Quesadillas ($12) are tiny quesadillas that hang from a rope on a tray.

El Santo’s menu is probably the only one that clearly states that a Caesar salad is “Made in Mexico.” (The salad was created in Tijuana in 1924.) Each salad ($11-12) can be topped with chicken, steak, shrimp, scallops, and octopus.

Octopus is a popular ingredient at El Santo. Seafood dishes, from $24 to $36, include the La Coliseo platter with shrimp, calamari, tuna and octopus; the El Santo ceviche with fish, shrimp, calamari and octopus; and seafood ceviche sampler that brings in Peruvian influences inspired by Zamudio’s partners. Tostadas are served with shrimp, tuna and scallops, and Arroz con Mariscos features shrimp, clams, mussels, scallops and fish.

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Meat dishes ranging from $17 to $38 include cochinita pibil with slow-roasted pork shoulder; Rib Eye Octopus Casserole; and chicken flautas and enchiladas with mole sauce. Zamudio said she doesn’t serve ground beef, except in the “Mexicana Burger,” which features pineapple, guacamole, jack cheese, and chipotle sauce. El Santo also serves a variety of tacos, like rib eye, baja fish, and birria, ranging from $20 to $24.

Zamudio is particularly proud of the chic bar, run by Atelio Lopez, who also ran the bar at Frida.

“There are some crazy drinks. The bars in Mexico City compete with the bars in New York City because they’re cosmopolitan,” Zamudio said.

The focus is on tequila and mezcal, with a variety of margaritas. Zamudio’s favorite is the Pura Uva Mami, made with Casa Dragones Blanco, elderflower liqueur, lemon juice, raspberry puree and prosecco. Others include the smoky or spicy Diablo, Green Devil and Red Hot Moon, and red fruit Red Riding Hood.

The bar atmosphere is summed up by another neon sign: “La Ultima y los Vamos”, which means “The last one, and then let’s go”.

El Santo, 970 Farmington Ave., is open for dinner seven days a week — 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday, 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday — with lunch breaks during the summer. facebook.com/elsantowh.

Susan Dunne can be reached at sdunne@courant.com.

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art lives | Art lives! https://silveracce365.com/art-lives-art-lives/ Thu, 05 May 2022 08:08:52 +0000 https://silveracce365.com/art-lives-art-lives/ Presented by Eureka Main Street. Our galleries, museums, theatres, bars and restaurants are open. The indoor mask requirement for vaccinated people has expired. However, many businesses continue to require everyone to wear masks and follow other COVID safety precautions to keep customers and employees safe. Please respect each company’s standards, be friendly and enjoy the […]]]>

Presented by Eureka Main Street. Our galleries, museums, theatres, bars and restaurants are open. The indoor mask requirement for vaccinated people has expired. However, many businesses continue to require everyone to wear masks and follow other COVID safety precautions to keep customers and employees safe. Please respect each company’s standards, be friendly and enjoy the evening!

ART CENTER SPACE 620 Second Street Selection of local art.

BARK STARR 405 Second St. Christina Anastasia, jewelry.

THE BODEGA 426 Third Street “Sequoia Stitches”, Kendall, sculpture and mixed media.

C STREET STUDIOS 208 C St Various artists.

CANVAS + SOUND 233F St. “VIBES”, Blake Reagan and Reuben T Mayes, acrylic painting.

CLARKE HISTORICAL MUSEUM 240 East St. Josh Overington, Drawings.

THE INSTITUTE GALLERY 420 Second Street “Electric Intimacy”, Hannah Lynn Woebkenberg.

EUREKA BOOKS 426 Second Street Crossing Paths: A Pacific Crest Trail ReaderRees Hughes book signing.

FACES OF THE MOON 612 Second Street Maja Chenmo, Drawings.

HUMBOLDT FOUND FOREVER 109 Fifth St. Music by Diamond Saints.

GOOD RELATIONSHIPS 223 Second Street Lauren Keenados, mixed media. Rag Doll Burlesque live modeling in the windows.

HUMBOLDT ARTIST STATE 636Fstr. the divine feminine, Barrie Love in the Knights Gallery, journey to the center of milk, Nancy Tobin at Thonson Gallery and new sculpture and drawing, Kit Davenport at the Anderson Gallery. Music by Silver and Nails.

HUMBOLDT HERBS 300 Second St. Joy Holland, Mosaics with film photography. Music by The Gritty Kitties.

ONLY MY TYPE LETTER PAPER 235F St Bridgette Garuti, mixed media. Music by Blue Dragon Steel Band.

LAND OF THE BEAUTIFUL 127Fstr. Music by Jeffrey Smoller.

MANY HANDS GALLERY 438 Second Street Featuring works by 40 local artists and items from around the world.

MENDENHALL STUDIOS 215C St Various artists.

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA INDIAN ART AND GIFT SHOP 240F St. Jesika Garbe, jewelry and clothing.

NCRT 300 Fifth Street Club Triangle opening night. Tickets available at ncrt.net.

OLD TOWN ART GALLERY 417 Second St. Group Springtime Show, Veronica Daw, Cynthia Julian, Evan Kovasi, photography, oil painting, acrylic painting, watercolour, mixed media and jewelry. Guest Artist Jennifer Hubbert, Ceramics.

OLD TOWN INK LAB 212 G St, Suite 103 Wanderstay vending machine full of art and fun.

OLD TOWN COFFEE & CHOCOLATE 211F St Kites in collaboration with and celebration of the Humboldt Kite Festival in May. Music by the Blueberry Hill Boogie Band.

PEARL LOUNGE 507 Second St. Anna Amezcua and Nancy Ayers, oil painting, acrylic painting and mixed media.

REAL WELLNESS CENTER 517 Fifth St. Collection of local artists and glassblowers from Humboldt and around the world.

REDWOOD ART ASSOCIATION 603F St The 64th Humboldt Youth Exhibition in association with the Cal Poly Humboldt Art Education Department.

REDWOOD CURTAIN THEATER 220 First St. Redwood Curtain Theater reopening reception with finger food and drinks; Dutch Auction and a Redwood Theater Casting representative in the lobby; Ink illustrations by Darcy Brown. Music by Justin Ross.

REDWOOD DISCOVERY MUSEUM 612 Gstr. children live! 17:30-20:00

REDWOOD MUSIC MARKET 511F St Music by Joyce Carter and Greg Quast.

REDWOOD RETRO 211 Gstr. Amen! Lao Tzu, Retro Electro Fashion Show and electronic music. After party from 9pm to 11pm

RESTAURANT FIVE ELEVEN 511 Second St. Anna Amezcua and Nancy Ayers, oil painting, acrylic painting and mixed media.

ROSE BUTTON HOUSEWARE 213F St Tina Rousselot, oil painting.

SAILOR’S GRAVE TATTOO 138 Second Street tattoo art.

SHIPWRECK 430 Third Street Renee Thompson, paintings and maps.

SIDEWALK GALLERY at Ellis Art & Engineering 401 Fifth St. Humboldt Waters, Jennifer Liu.

THE SPEAKEREASY 411 Operngasse. Music by Jenni and David and the Sweet Soul Band from 8pm to 11pm

TAIL CAR 2 239 G St Store animals and discounts (excluding pet supplies) from 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m

ZEN HUMBOLDT 437Fstr. “A Crystal in Time”, Ariel Graves, mixed medium.

ZUMBIDO GIFTS 410 Second Street Carolyn Jones, handwoven textiles and scarves.

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Jewelry sales worth Rs 15,000 crore were recorded on Akshaya Tritiya 2022 https://silveracce365.com/jewelry-sales-worth-rs-15000-crore-were-recorded-on-akshaya-tritiya-2022/ Tue, 03 May 2022 11:08:27 +0000 https://silveracce365.com/jewelry-sales-worth-rs-15000-crore-were-recorded-on-akshaya-tritiya-2022/ After two years of a Covid slump, the jewelry market finally experienced a pre-panemic buzz on the occasion of Akshaya Tritiya. A jewelry deal worth Rs 15,000 was recorded today on Akshay Tritiya, the biggest jewelry store since the Covid-induced lockdown, according to the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT). “After experiencing a major slump […]]]>

After two years of a Covid slump, the jewelry market finally experienced a pre-panemic buzz on the occasion of Akshaya Tritiya. A jewelry deal worth Rs 15,000 was recorded today on Akshay Tritiya, the biggest jewelry store since the Covid-induced lockdown, according to the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT).

“After experiencing a major slump in the past two years due to the Covid crisis, the precious metals market across the country was finally bustling with people and it was estimated that the Akshaya Tritiya jewelry deal valued at Rs 15,000 crore took place today and a brought huge smiles to the faces of the traders. In an effort to woo customers on Akshaya Tritiya, jewelers produced light jewelry that sold well and was in high demand,” said CAIT National Secretary-General Praveen Khandelwal and Pankaj Arora and National President of All India Jewelers and Goldsmiths Federation”.

HUGE DEMAND FOR GOLD, SILVER

Both Khandelwal and Pankaj Arora said that after a long two-year hiatus, gold and silver are in high demand across the country. For the past two years, the precious metals shops across the country have not been able to do any significant business on Akshaya Tritiya.

Akshaya Tritiya is considered a very auspicious day in India and therefore this day is prolific for gold and silver trading.

AKSHAYA TRITIYA

Khandelwal and Arora said that three years ago, in 2019, during the Akshaya Tritiya, the price of gold was Rs 32,700 per 10 grams and the price of silver was Rs 38,350 per kg. At the same time, gold is estimated at around 53,000 rupees per 10 grams and silver at around 66,600 rupees per kg this year.

CAIT National President BC Bhartia announced that 39.3 tons of gold were imported into India in the form of gold bars and coins in the first quarter of 2021, while the quantity increased to 41.3 tons in the first quarter of 2022.

The import of gold jewelry in the first quarter of 2021 was 126.5 tons, which remained only 94.2 tons in the first quarter of 2022, showing the increasing trend of people investing in the form of gold bars and coins.

SALES LEAP

Khandelwal and Arora also said that Rs 10,000 crore worth of gold was sold across the country on Akshaya Tritiya in 2019. But in 2020, due to the lockdown in the month of May, gold sales on Akshaya Tritiya were only 5 per cent i.e. around Rs 500 crore.

The business during Akshaya Tritiya Festival during the lockdown for two consecutive years faced a massive slump that broke the backbone of the country’s jewelry business, but now in the current year, the country’s gold bullion trade has recovered from the corona epidemic and today was a lot of enthusiasm seen by customers in gold markets across the country. Today, people from all over the country thronged the jewelry market in large numbers and ordered the jewelry, which will be delivered in the next two to three days.

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Cobra-Kai theories explain how Kreese gets out of prison in season 5 https://silveracce365.com/cobra-kai-theories-explain-how-kreese-gets-out-of-prison-in-season-5/ Sun, 01 May 2022 20:30:00 +0000 https://silveracce365.com/cobra-kai-theories-explain-how-kreese-gets-out-of-prison-in-season-5/ How does Kreese get out of jail and back into the dojo? Here’s every theory on how Martin Kove’s character rejoins the fight in Season 5 of Cobra Kai. Several compelling theories could explain how Kreese gets out of prison Cobra Kai Season 5. The events of Cobra Kai The season 4 finale presented Martin […]]]>

How does Kreese get out of jail and back into the dojo? Here’s every theory on how Martin Kove’s character rejoins the fight in Season 5 of Cobra Kai.

Several compelling theories could explain how Kreese gets out of prison Cobra Kai Season 5. The events of Cobra Kai The season 4 finale presented Martin Kove’s icon with a brand new dilemma The Karate Kid Character. Though he committed many transgressions during his time in the Valley, it looks like Kreese will face a severe sentence for a crime he didn’t even commit.

While working with Terry Silver (Ian Thomas Griffith), Kreese trusted Cobra Kai co-founder and believed he would be a capable ally in his fight against Daniel (Ralph Macchio) and Johnny (William Zabka). What he didn’t expect was that his constant criticism of Silver and their personal differences would result in Silver executing a plan to usurp him as head of the dojo. Due to Stingray’s false claims that Kreese attacked him, the ending of CObra Kai In Season 4, Kreese was arrested for assault. While Kreese is innocent of the crime he is accused of, his past actions and the bridges he burned could lead to finding allies Cobra Kai Season 5 difficult.

See Also: Cobra-Kai Theory: Mike Barnes & Terry Silver Will End Up Like Johnny & Kreese

Of course, Kreese’s current predicament doesn’t mean he was completely taken off the board before CObra Kai Season 5. Silver still has plenty of enemies to worry about in the form of Johnny, Chozen, and Daniel, but they’re not the only ones who deserve to be on his radar. Based on what is known about Kreese’s character, it’s hard to imagine that he’ll be out of the game for long. It stands to reason that he will find a way to get back on track and become a thorn in Silver’s side – and maybe even be the one who ultimately brings him down. Here are the best theories on how Kreese will get out of prison and when Cobra Kai returns.

Stingray’s allegations against Kreese do not stand up at trial

Cobra Kai Stingray Season 4 Hospital

The easiest (and quickest) way out for Kreese would be for Stingray’s story to fall apart before the case goes to trial. If anyone saw Kreese during the incident, they would have a solid alibi that would help them disprove Stingray’s lies. At the moment, the only evidence against him is their altercation in the dojo (which had multiple witnesses) and Stingray’s word. Cobra Kai has security cameras, but apparently nothing in the footage could support Stingray’s Season 4 account of what happened as Silver most likely deleted the footage that could have been taken anyway. All things considered, it might not be enough to keep an assault charge against Kreese in a courtroom. If that’s the case, Kreese could stay in jail for a day or so, post bail and get out for good. Kreese, of course, would make it easier if he avoided prison altogether Cobra Kai to get him back into the dojo immediately, but at the same time, sadly, it would undermine it Cobra Kai The Season 4 setup for Kreese’s next story.

Stingray unravels in Season 5 of Cobra Kai

Another theory makes Stingray the key to Kreese’s freedom. His return in Cobra Kai Season 4 highlighted Stingray’s personal issues and his inherent need to be a Cobra Kai student, which could become his downfall in upcoming episodes. Having to testify against Kreese could force Stingray to face tough questions about what really happened at the dojo. Unless the character is genuinely ashamed of what he’s doing to Kreese, his testimony could ruin Terry Silver’s plan to put Kreese behind bars. In the end, Stingray’s commitment to the Cobra Kai Dojo may unravel and the truth will finally come out.

Kreese escapes from prison

John Kreese encourages Tory in Cobra Kai

Another possibility is that Kreese escapes from prison. It has been speculated that if Kreese decides that legal exit is futile, his best course of action is to fight his way out. With his martial arts andtough guyAs a persona, Martin Koves Kreese could easily earn some respect from his fellow inmates and maybe even have a chance to break out during incarceration. While it’s certainly an exciting prospect, there are a few flaws in the theory, not the least of which is Kreese’s advanced age. How he’s fought off characters like Daniel and Johnny proves he’s still a spectacular fighter, but he may not have the stamina needed for such a challenging endeavor. Also, Kreese becoming a fugitive would create other narrative problems. For example, he would be unable to resume his role as a sensei in a dojo while being hunted down by law enforcement.

See Also: Why Cobra Kai Season 5’s Miguel Story Bodes Badly for Eagle Fang

Kreese forms an alliance with Daniel

Cobra Kai Season 4 Ralph Macchio Daniel LaRusso

The most unlikely ally for Kreese could very well be the one who ultimately gets him out of trouble Cobra Kai Season 5. Daniel loathes Kreese (and with good reason), but the character might be inclined to believe him once he hears his story. He knows what kind of person Silver is and can easily accept his account of what happened. Although Kreese may be the last person Daniel wants to help, his commitment to doing what is right may motivate him to help Kreese clear his name despite his fears. If Cobra Kai Season 4 didn’t prepare Johnny to go to Mexico City yet, he might be a stronger candidate for that role, but since that’s not the case, the adult character best suited to help Kreese, Daniel is Daniel find a good lawyer and get your hands on important evidence. After that, he can team up with Daniel and Chozen against Silver, which is sure to be a climax confrontation towards the end Cobra Kai season 5

Tory proves Kreese’s innocence

Tory from Cobra Kai looks annoyed.

The character who would have the best reason to side with Kreese Cobra Kai Season 5 would be Tory (Peyton List). While most characters dislike him, Tory still holds him in high esteem. The level of respect she has for Kreese is best reflected when she told Silver that Kreese has no weakness, while it’s also worth noting that her sensei’s toughness as a fighter isn’t the only aspect of his character, who inspired Tory allegiance to Kreese. When she finds out about his arrest, she will surely remember everything he has done for her throughout the series. Not only is he the person primarily responsible for the advancements she has made as a martial artist, but he has actually shown some humanity for her Cobra Kai Season 4 finale – largely against the grain of its established character. Against Silver’s wishes, Kreese let Tory end the fight with Sam her way. Because of their bond, Tory could reach out to Amanda, talk to Stingray, and make other efforts to expose Stingray’s lie and have the charges against Kreese dropped.

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Parkway Deli Restaurant Rating: Convenience is still perfect https://silveracce365.com/parkway-deli-restaurant-rating-convenience-is-still-perfect/ Fri, 29 Apr 2022 12:02:04 +0000 https://silveracce365.com/parkway-deli-restaurant-rating-convenience-is-still-perfect/ Placeholder when loading item promotions It’s early Sunday evening at the Parkway Deli & Restaurant in Silver Spring, Maryland, and unfortunately one customer can’t find the reason for his visit. “Where’s the pickle bar?” he says before he even reaches his footing. A server says ‘covid’ is responsible for its downfall. Tom Sietsema’s 7 current […]]]>
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It’s early Sunday evening at the Parkway Deli & Restaurant in Silver Spring, Maryland, and unfortunately one customer can’t find the reason for his visit.

“Where’s the pickle bar?” he says before he even reaches his footing. A server says ‘covid’ is responsible for its downfall.

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To me? I smiled. Chicken soup that tastes like it was made by someone and a $24 bottle of Pouilly-Fuissé pulled from the deli’s cooler on the way to the dining room in the back are a great way to end a week , and a welcome change. For the past few months, I’ve been eating out almost exclusively at new restaurants ahead of my Spring Dining Guide, a celebration of what’s recently opened.

Time to go to a vintage car to break bread with the past. Parkway, introduced by Lou Gurewitz in 1963. Named for its proximity to Rock Creek Park, the store is now in the hands of grandson Danny Gurewitz, 52, who took over operations from his father Stuart after Stuart suffered a stroke in 2005. Danny, who moved to Texas during his time, divorced in 1979 but returned to Maryland to see his father and help out on the parkway. He’s also the resident fix-it guy, repairing toasters, installing wifi and fitting outdoor roofs when needed.

The front of the establishment is a small grocery and deli through which you enter the 110 seat dining room. A half-exposed grill and kitchen hint at what to expect on the multi-page, plastic-bound menu: chili, chicken, hash browns, salads galore, Reubens (and enough other sandwiches to fill a paunch), “Jewish fare” and dinners of the kind suggested at home (roast turkey, stuffed cabbage).

I’m familiar with Parkway’s chicken soup—with or without a fluffy, if undersalted, matzo ball. While I was working from home during the pandemic, my significant other knew that a takeout order from Parkway was pretty much all I needed to fuel me up until show time (okay, a dinner review). Tender chicken pieces or chicken cutlets fill the container with golden broth, gently herbed and stuffed with handfuls of sliced ​​carrot, celery, onion and egg noodles. Each spoon had the power of a hug.

I can understand why the gentleman from my first dinner at the Parkway was upset about the lack of a pickle bar. “It gives you something to do while you’re waiting for your food,” says Gurewitz. In the 70s and 80s, he says, pickles and sauerkraut were brought to the table. The welcome was later replaced with a self-service refrigerated truck and expanded to include pickled beets, bread-and-butter “crisps,” and more.

The dining room, painted purple and aqua, is otherwise simple and practical. A set of mirrors lets you play voyeur from almost any table, and a carousel of condiments grants a barrage of wishes: salt and pepper shakers, of course, but also two types of hot sauce, three sweeteners, and a plastic card for happy-hour specials .

The dinners served every day from 4pm make me wish there were more such sources. Home-roasted turkey slices almost hide the onion-laced cornbread filling that supports them. Just like Thanksgiving, the bounty comes with brown gravy and cranberry sauce. Diners choose a side; lightly dressed coleslaw or creamy macaroni and cheese round off my feast. Cabbage stuffed with ground beef and rice is as cheery as a phone call from home for some of us, despite its overly sweet tomato sauce. And I love the crunch and juice of the fried half chicken. Unfortunately, the idea of ​​liver and onions is better than reality: Thin slices of veal liver that seem to have given up all of their juice on the grill have me comforted with the crispy bacon and roasted peppers heaped on top of the main course.

“The menu is so big that the kitchen couldn’t possibly do everything,” says a young waiter when we ask how some dishes are prepared. Staples like the chopped chicken liver, knishes (both sweet), and fish and chips are made by a grocer. But is it really important? The beer-battered cod comes from a vendor, but the tartar sauce and coleslaw are made from scratch. All in all a tasty combo. Likewise, the chunky applesauce you can get with the crispy golden potato pies tastes like a local kitchen, but it’s made elsewhere.

Can we talk? The blueberry pancakes are chewy and the hash browns in the omelettes are too short. But I like the Reuben. Grilled rye bread with shaved corned beef, tangy sauerkraut, sweet Russian dressing and melted Swiss pushes all the right buttons. The same goes for the friendly service and banter at the counter that comes from staff who know long-time customers. There’s something to be said for a place that has outlasted so many other attempts in the area to be a “deli.”

When I telephone Gurewitz later, I am shocked by his frankness. “We’re not trying to be at the top, but we’re not at the bottom either,” he says. His goal at Parkway is consistency and value. Reliability is spurred on by one chef, Rene Santos, 52, who started 28 years ago.

The pandemic recently forced Gurewitz to raise prices, a task he delegated to his managers because “I can’t justify charging $8 for a grilled cheese.” Still, individual sandwiches cost around $10, no dinner costs more than $19, and leftovers are almost a given. Best of Pastry is a moist slab of warm spiced carrot cake with the weight of a brick that can easily feed three forks. Don’t just take my word for it. The owner says he sells 20 of the 13-pounders a week.

This level of comfort and abundance explains the cross-section of guests on any given day. “We get all kinds of people,” says the owner. “Old, young, all ethnicities”, a reality confirmed in all my visits. In the early years, he says, Parkway was frequented primarily by nearby Jews; The clientele has long been a “cornucopia”, says Gurewitz.

Parkway may not be the deli and restaurant of your dreams. Your mileage depends on knowing the strengths of the kitchen. Then again, the price is right, there always seems to be parking, it’s open three times a day, seven days a week, and Gurewitz thinks he might bring the pickle bar back soon.

Parkway Deli & Restaurant

8317 Grubb Rd., Silver Spring, Md. 301-587-1427. theparkwaydeli.com. Open: Indoor, alfresco and takeout Monday – Friday 8:30am – 9:00pm and Saturday – Sunday 8:00am – 9:00pm. Prices: Sandwiches $7.49 to $16.99, Dinner $14.49 to $18.99. Soundcheck: 73 decibels/Must speak in a loud voice Accessibility: Wheelchair users can enter through the front door or access the rear outdoor restaurant via a ramp; Restrooms have grab bars but are too narrow for wheelchairs. Pandemic Protocols: Staff are not required to wear masks or be vaccinated.

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Event Achievement Scoring Leads to UK Finals for Garioch Turners https://silveracce365.com/event-achievement-scoring-leads-to-uk-finals-for-garioch-turners/ Thu, 28 Apr 2022 10:45:00 +0000 https://silveracce365.com/event-achievement-scoring-leads-to-uk-finals-for-garioch-turners/ Garioch Gymnastics had a successful time at the recent judging event at Bell’s Sports Center in Perth. The Garioch Glitter Girls put on some nice routines and achieved great results. Gymnasts Islay Grant and Thea Klopper both qualified to represent Scotland at the National Grades British Finals in June. Islay Grant and Thea Klopper both […]]]>

Garioch Gymnastics had a successful time at the recent judging event at Bell’s Sports Center in Perth.

The Garioch Glitter Girls put on some nice routines and achieved great results.

Gymnasts Islay Grant and Thea Klopper both qualified to represent Scotland at the National Grades British Finals in June.

Islay Grant and Thea Klopper both qualified to represent Scotland at the National Grades British Finals in June.

The results of the evaluation event were:

National class 4

Natasha Buchan: Passed with distinction; gold vault; golden bottom.

Morgan Davidson: Pass with distinction; fourth bar and bar.

Amber Cameron: Pass with distinction and bronze vault.

Gymnasts Natasha Buchan, Morgan Davidson and Amber Cameron.
Gymnasts Natasha Buchan, Morgan Davidson and Amber Cameron.

National class 2

Thea Klopper: passed with distinction; overall bronze; silver bottom; bronze beam; bronze range and conditioning; sixth bars.

National class 1

Islay Grant: passing with honors; total gold; gold range and conditioning; gold ray; vault and rods of bronze; fourth floor.

National Preparation 5 – Born in 2012

Skye Davidson: passing with distinction; total gold; gold ground, beam and reach and conditioning; Bronze vault and trellis.

The Garioch Glitter Girls at the event in Perth.
The Garioch Glitter Girls at the event in Perth.

National Preparation 5 – Born in 2011

Megan Clark: Passed with distinction; fourth overall; Bronze Vaults and Reach and Conditioning; fourth floor; fifth bars; sixth ray.

Tala Wilson: Passed with distinction; sixth overall; bronze beams and floor; fifth bars; sixth vault and reach and conditioning.

local 2

Ava Fettes: passed with distinction; total silver; gold vaults and bars; silver bottom; bronze ray.

Matangi Sankriti: Recommended pass; gold soil; fourth vault; sixth bars.

Kate Peel: Recommended Pass; Gold bar; bronze vault.

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Hannah Redfern: Recommended pass.

Ava Fettes, Hannah Redfern, Matangi Sankriti and Kate Peel of Garioch Gymnastics.
Ava Fettes, Hannah Redfern, Matangi Sankriti and Kate Peel of Garioch Gymnastics.

Club manager Janine Robertson said: “A big thank you to all the Garioch coaches who worked with the girls leading up to this event and took them to the competition over the weekend.

“Our thanks also go to the girls’ parents for their continued support and encouragement.”


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The best aperitivo bars in NYC https://silveracce365.com/the-best-aperitivo-bars-in-nyc/ Tue, 26 Apr 2022 18:46:44 +0000 https://silveracce365.com/the-best-aperitivo-bars-in-nyc/ Photo: Ryan Duffin; Prop styling: Liz Mydlowski When the Milanese Edoardo Mantelli planned his new restaurant Fort Greene, Saraghina Cafe (195 Dekalb Ave.), Aperitivo — that distinctly Italian form of socializing over low-proof cocktails and snacks before, or sometimes in lieu of, dinner — should be a big part of it. But now that it’s […]]]>

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When the Milanese Edoardo Mantelli planned his new restaurant Fort Greene, Saraghina Cafe (195 Dekalb Ave.), Aperitivo — that distinctly Italian form of socializing over low-proof cocktails and snacks before, or sometimes in lieu of, dinner — should be a big part of it. But now that it’s officially opened, it faces a cultural conundrum: Will frenzied, time-crunched New Yorkers embrace the carefree ritual of his homeland? And will our different business model allow it? For one thing, Italians eat later than Americans, and a leisurely aperitivo can go on for hours without endangering table availability: “At 7 p.m. they’re still sweeping the floor in a restaurant there.” Compare that to the queue that already formed on the weekend evenings before his café opens at five o’clock, full of families and couples ready to eat dinner, not just nibble. As he gradually extends hours, he plans to open at 4 p.m. in the coming weeks to open riffs on drinks like the americano and spritz, which practically define the aperitivo, and snacks like fries and olives — “Maybe a small one pizza,” he says. “It’s a short window of time between four and five, but I still want to try.”

He’s not the only one. Aperitivo culture is on the rise among Italophile restaurateurs and customers alike, although our in-between version is more early riser and à la carte due to the demands on service hours and pricing structures. (In Italy, the cost of food is usually included in the price of drinks. Here, it’s almost always extra.) But even a steamed aperitivo is better than no aperitivo at all, especially as the weather warms, al fresco dining returns, and so on The prospect of a social gathering has never felt so irresistible. Here’s where to go and what to get.

440 W. 33rd St.

Aside from generally celebrating life while imagining yourself as a well-heeled character in a Paolo Sorrentino film, aperitivo hour is about whetting the appetite, not suppressing it. For this reason, when you whet that appetite at Ci Siamo, you must exercise a kind of superhuman restraint. That’s how good Hillary Sterling’s snacks are. Accompanying the excellent cocktails (try the house spritz or the Bitter Giuseppe) are delightfully doughy bites meant for sharing but meant for hoarding: a pizza bianca board with Spanish anchovies, gnocci fritto in pop-tart- Filled with melted goat gouda that you can drape with mortadella, and what we’re calling the best new slice in town: a Roman-style focaccia-like square known by the alias “pizzette.” As all restaurants should be required by law to do, Ci Siamo reserves the bar and lounge for walk-in customers. But if you want a seat, get there early.

1 Rockefeller Zip.

With its linen tablecloths and beige waiters, Lodi exudes practical elegance—an island of sophistication in a sea of ​​American Girl grocery bags. But don’t let the apparent incongruity put you off; Even the most polite European cafes have their share of tourists. And Lodi’s decor is great for al fresco drinking: the cozy interior space is limited to window sills, while all tables occupy the spacious, traffic-free space. Skip the covered terrazza for the umbrella-shaded seats around the corner, and let the afternoon melt into evening as you sample seasonal and even daily variations on the spritz and Negroni, like the recent infusion of an alpine aperitif and a local rhubarb liqueur. Snacks range from a caddy of peanuts, chips, and olives to a quaint still life of anchovies, butter, and marinated peppers. Focus on anything that comes with or on top of the homemade bread (an attraction in itself), including tramezzini and fresh ricotta drizzled with oil.

52 Grovestr.

Unlike other centers of New York’s aperitivo culture, Bar Pisellino is not a restaurant. There’s no dinner, no power lunch, no reservations – so you don’t have to squeeze your visit into a pre-determined time slot. A West Village boulevardier can drop by anytime for perhaps the most stylish take on Italian drinking in town: salty snacks lined up on a bar’s glowing backdrop (cacio e pepe patatines are potato chips’ higher calling), spritzers and Americanos served on silver trays shuttled back and forth, paper-wrapped, bite-sized sandwiches ready to satisfy any appetite that might develop. Form meets function on the triangular corner lot, where the spacious layout favors outdoor seating on two separate walkway sections and sooner or later the whole world will pass by.

79-81 Macdougal St.

Why is Dante the nirvana for budget-minded aperitivo hour addicts? Because the Negroni Sessions menu is a 12-drink ode to this cocktail and its infinite permutations, and if you go from 3pm to 5pm you can meticulously sift through these at a cost of $10 a drink, $1 of which is included Running list of works goes to God’s love that we deliver. See why many consider house classic Negroni to be the last word on sweet-bitter botanical balance. Discover the cardinale (a Negroni that substitutes dry vermouth for sweet) or a premium americano made with Maldon sea salt and ginger-free “ginger soda.” Snack on mortadella flatbread and Kalamata olives in between. Enjoy the leisurely pace. Even with the current scaffolding situation, a seat on the sidewalk is a transporting experience.

Several locations

The standing coffee bar, the chic pink uniforms, the museum-quality pastry and panini displays: when the Milanese export Sant Ambroeus landed on Madison Avenue 40 years ago, it created a template that many would aspire to (including himself; branches in the US now count ten and count). While there’s no set aperitivo hour, if you show up between lunch and dinner and have the confidence of a practiced aperitivo habitué, order some snacks to go with your negroni variation (try the soda-infused salted or the rosato too Lillet Blanc and Pink Gin) the kitchen is happy to keep up. Recently we were happily grazing on chunks of parmigiana and a bowl of good olives, and the maître d’ threw in an overflowing basket of bread and some candied nuts. We recommend the Soho location for top-notch people-watching, ample sidewalk seating with umbrellas, and the ability to slip into the new gelateria next door for dessert.

359 Metropolitan Ave, Williamsburg

With quality craft beer available everywhere from bodega to microbrewery, the destination beer bar has become almost irrelevant. And so, nearly two decades after opening the groundbreaking Spuyten Duyvil, Joe Carroll has shifted his focus to what he believes will be the next big thing: amari, vermouth, and low-alcohol cocktails made from them. “We’re not giving up on craft beer,” says Carroll. “We expand it with other things.” Visitors will notice that the old blackboard menu at the back bar has been replaced with shelves of bitters (including vintage finds) from around the world. Try them neat, on the rocks, or in a spritz, but if the choices are overwhelming, you can order a cocktail like the Tinto de Bràulio, which pairs alpine amaro with lemon soda and mint. Carroll notes that much of his business now comes from customers at his St. Anselm steakhouse next door, who frequent pre and post-dinner aperitifs and digestifs. For those not planning dinner, Carroll has expanded its snack menu with a wide range of canned goods served straight from the can or jar. Despite these changes, Carroll has wisely done nothing about the large, gravel-strewn, open-air backyard that doubles as an aperitivo terrace as well as a beer garden.

132 Greene Avenue, Clinton Hill

Clinton Hill isn’t Venice, but judging by the crowd of revelers clinking glasses, gulping splashes, and generally cheering in front of Aita, you wouldn’t know. The Italian restaurant has a lot going for it in the aperitivo lifestyle department: First, its prime corner location, which gives it plenty of outdoor space in a lighted roadside “pavilion” and at tables on the sidewalk. Second, it’s introduced a true Aperitivo menu, a bitters-based sort of happy hour from 5pm to 7pm, at which time the kitchen offers cichetti (toothpicked, finger-friendly bites like bruschette and croquettes) for the price of a drink. And third, and most importantly, it’s got Althea Codamon, general manager and self-proclaimed squirt obsessive. She has curated an extensive drinks menu that highlights naturally colored and flavored amari, vermouth and bitters in small batches, all available on ice, as a highball or as a spritz. It’s great fun working through, testing bitter tolerance and noting the botanical variance between, say, the mildly sweet Apologue Persimmon from Chicago and an Aperol alternative from Sardinian producer Silvio Carta. Another selling point? Proximity to more dining, from Aita itself or from Impasto, the attached Roman-style pizzeria across the street, where you can extend the dolce vita with touches of vanilla and pistachio soft serve ice cream, anointed with olive oil and sea salt.

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