Hitchhiking via Facebook

Herald Series: A young entrepreneur is on the road to success after his car sharing business clocked up 5,000 users. Drummond Gilbert came up with the idea for after seeing queues of cars each carrying just one person. The 29-year-old, from East Hendred, near Wantage, launched his firm 18 months ago to reduce the […]

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Whiskey Distilling in NYC

New York City used to have hundreds of breweries, wineries and distilleries, but Prohibition wiped them all out. In 2002, the state of New York created a new licensing scheme for distilleries that has made it easy for almost anyone to get into the whiskey making business. Slowly but surely, new distilleries are opening up.

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Short Term House-Sitting?

We Wait For You is a company in London, England that provides short term house-sitting services throughout the city. What is short term house-sitting? Although I’ve never used the term, I understand exactly the service the company provides. Have you ever ordered cable television and been told that the installer will be there sometime between

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Designated Driver For Hire

For people interested in going to the bar in a town in Ohio, one young entrepreneur is helping them get home reports WDTN2. Cody Bratton, 21, started Divine Parking Services, Corp., a valet company, about a year ago. Soon after he launched another service, designated drivers for those who don’t want to leave their cars

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Growing Market For Bizarre Foods

Deep fried eel bones. Goat eyeball tacos. Breaded blowfish. All badass-sounding items featured at New York City restaurants both luxe (bones at Sushi Yasuda and blowfish at Oceana) and low (eyeballs at Taqueria Puebla in Staten Island). says ingest one of these babies and you’ll have a story to impress your foodie friends–and gross

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