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Chef Andy Ricker of Pok Pok just opened Whiskey Soda Lounge in Brooklyn, intending it to be a place for customers to sit back and relax while waiting for a table at Pok Pok NY, which is just down the street. The menu at the lounge offers bar snacks such as roasted peanuts and deep-fried anchovies; mains such as deep-fried pork riblets and stir-fried clams; and cocktails, including The Tamarind whiskey sour and kaffir-infused gin and tonic. The restaurant opens at 5:30 p.m., seven days a week.
Former Knicks teammates Anthony Mason and John Starks have partnered with Chris Cuomo and Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim to open the first New York branch of the D.C.-based pizza chain Custom Fuel in January. The new location will maintain the build-your-own concept as well as offer a menu of specialty pizzas.
Empire Steak House recently opened a second location in Midtown, according to a press release. The restaurant’s menu will feature its classic dishes, including dry-aged porterhouse steak, prime rib eye steak, and grilled Chilean sea bass.
The East Side King food truck just opened a brick-and-mortar location, according to a press release, serving favorites, including “Thai Chicken Kara-age,” “Beet Home Fries,” and the “Chasu Pork Taco.” The restaurant is open Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Chef Steve McHugh recently opened Cured in San Antonio, according to a press release, where he pairs regional ingredients with organic cooking methods. Items on the menu include fried oysters with tarragon and pickled tapioca and Cabrito sliders with Chayote pickle and onion sprout. The atmosphere at Cured is quiet, consisting of natural elements such as a floor of longleaf pine, brick walls, and a pressed tin ceiling.
North Carolina-based coffee roaster Counter Culture Coffee will open its first West Coast roastery outside San Francisco in Emeryville in 2014, according to a press release. Offering coffee classes as part of its Counter Intelligence education program, the venue aims to train professional baristas and home brewers alike in the basics of preparing and serving coffee. It will also hold free coffee tastings weekly.
The Week was founded in the United Kingdom by Jolyon Connell (formerly of the right-of-centre Sunday Telegraph) in 1995.  In April 2001, the magazine began publishing an American edition   and an Australian edition followed in October 2008. Dennis Publishing, founded by Felix Dennis, publishes the UK edition and, until 2012, published the Australian edition. The Week Publications publishes the U.S. edition.
Since November 2015 The Week has published a children's edition, The Week Junior, a current affairs magazine aimed at 8 to 14 year olds.  
The Australian edition of The Week ceased operation in October 2012. The final edition, its 199th, was released on 12 October 2012. At the end, it was selling 28,000 copies a week, with a readership of 83,000. 
The magazine's content largely consists of summaries of news stories and opinion columns published by other media outlets earlier in the week, and presents a broad spectrum of political viewpoints. Some summaries are based on articles in foreign media that were originally published in a language other than English.