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Brush Creek toasts to early success in distilling business | News

SARATOGA — Before you can even make it to the Brush Creek Distillery to quaff a couple of their newly released spirits, chances are you’ll be escorted down a long basement tunnel, adorned with stone walls and arched ceilings reminiscent of medieval bridges.

To your right side, windows peering into one of the largest wine cellars you’ve ever seen — more than 30,000 bottles, ballpark figure. Interspersed on the other end, locked doors that lead into wine vaults — one of which leads to a hidden bar through a trapdoor.

You’ve never seen anything like it. Nor have you tasted anything like it.

At the end of the hallway, a kitchen. Head pastry chef and lead baker Keisha Sanderson, a Jamaican-born culinary expert recruited from a four-diamond and 5-star hotel in upstate New York, will likely give you a quick lesson on what it’s like to work with fresh ingredients

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Innovative Strategies Are Improving Early Design Circuit Verification

Layout vs. schematic (LVS) circuit verification is an essential stage in the integrated circuit (IC) design verification cycle. However, given today’s large design sizes, numerous hierarchies, and complex foundry decks, meeting planned tapeout deadlines in the quickest turnaround time (TAT) can be difficult. In an effort to minimize TAT, most design teams now use parallelized design flows, where various blocks are implemented in parallel with the full-chip design. These blocks, which consist of both internal and 3rd-party supplier intellectual property (IP), are frequently in different stages of completion during the verification cycle, as shown in figure 1.


Fig. 1: Parallel design flows often contain blocks in different stages of completion.

However, design teams typically can’t wait to run LVS verification until all the blocks are complete and implemented, for several reasons:

  • Merging completed blocks can result in numerous connectivity errors between the blocks
  • There is less time to debug errors
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ASU ending in-person classes early, moving up final exams

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Students walk across the bridge above University Drive the day before school opens on Aug. 19, 2020, at Arizona State University in Tempe. (Photo: Sean Logan/The Republic)

Arizona State University announced Friday that students will end in-person classes early this semester and switch to a fully remote learning model after Thanksgiving break.

Students received the email from ASU Provost Mark Searle at 4:20 p.m. The email also said that final exams will bump up a week and be held on the last day of class, now starting on Nov. 30 instead of Dec. 7. Also, graduation ceremonies will be held online only.

ASU announced Thursday that 1,580 students have tested positive for COVID-19 since Aug. 1 as have 30 staff and faculty members out of 57,629 tests given — a 2.8% positivity rate. Although ASU’s positivity rate has been rising, a positivity rate of 5% is considered a good 

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Early Match Card Predictions and Picks for WWE Survivor Series 2020 | Bleacher Report

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While we know there will be at least one traditional Survivor Series elimination match, the components are up for debate. Even ignoring Retribution entirely and going with another Raw vs. NXT vs. SmackDown setup, there are countless permutations even if we had a solid list to work with.

Despite all the confusion, we can still get a hunch on the Superstars WWE won’t keep off the card and will make sure are at least part of these teams, if they aren’t champions.

On Raw, there is: Aleister Black, Andrade, Angel Garza, Apollo Crews, The Hurt Business, Dolph Ziggler, Dominik Mysterio, Keith Lee, Kevin Owens, Mustafa Ali, Randy Orton, Ricochet and Seth Rollins.

With that group, Lee should be a guarantee. Orton might sit this out after taking a beating at Hell in a Cell. Dominik has been featured prominently, so he will undoubtedly be the rookie on the

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Dow erases early climb, S&P 500 notches third straight gain as tech stocks extend rebound from last week’s rout

U.S. stocks finished mostly higher on Tuesday as the blue-chip Dow shed early gains ahead of a policy update by the Federal Reserve. The Nasdaq led the broader market rally as technology shares continued to make up lost ground from last week’s selloff.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average
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 rose 2.27 points to finish at 27,995.60, while the S&P 500
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 gained 17.66 points, or 0.5%, to trade at 3,401.20, marking its third straight increase. The Nasdaq Composite
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 finished up 133.67 points, or 1.2%, at 11,190.32, logging back-to-back gains.

On Monday, the Dow rose 327.69 points, or 1.2%, to finish at 27,993.33, after briefly trading above the 28,000 threshold. The S&P 500 added 42.57 points, or 1.3%, closing at 3,383.54. The Nasdaq Composite climbed 203.11 points, or 1.7%, to end at 11,056.65, rebounding from a rout that last week saw the tech-heavy index enter correction territory

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Forget Bitcoin! I’d invest money in these 2 cheap UK shares now to get rich and retire early

Some investors may feel that Bitcoin’s recent price rise makes it a more attractive opportunity than cheap UK shares. However, low valuations across the stock market and its track record of recovery suggest that a diverse portfolio of shares could offer superior risk/reward attributes than the cryptocurrency over the long run.

As such, now could be the right time to build a portfolio of high-quality stocks that trade at low prices. Here are two examples of such companies. They may improve your prospects of retiring early.

An attractive opportunity among cheap UK shares

Barratt’s (LSE: BDEV) 32% share price fall this year means that it appears to offer good value for money among cheap UK shares. It faces an uncertain future, but the housebuilder could benefit from the stamp duty holiday. The company seems to be breathing life back into the property market. And low interest rates may help

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New Haven’s Restaurant Week kicks off months early, potential business boost amid pandemic

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Sunday kicks off New Haven’s Restaurant Week. The event lasts from Sept. 13-Sept. 26.

Twenty-five of downtown New Haven’s award-winning and internationally diverse restaurants are featuring $19 lunch and $36 dinner fixed-price multi-course menus along with $60 to-go options.

The promotion will include those to-go options for guests choosing to eat at home.

The promotion was extended from one week to two, and was originally set for November but was moved up to September this year to accommodate outdoor seating amid the pandemic. It is a potential business boost for those local restaurants who have struggled to keep their doors open for business since March.

This year’s promotional period looks a lot different from previous years with increased social distancing, extended outdoor seating, and other COVID-19 health safety regulations. But for restaurants in the Elm City, many tell News 8 Restaurant Week not only brings

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Why buying cheap UK shares today could be a rare opportunity to get rich and retire early

Some cheap UK shares have failed to make successful recoveries following this year’s market crash. Even though the wider stock market has rebounded sharply, a number of companies continue to face difficult operating conditions that are reflected in weak investor sentiment.



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While they may take time to deliver a recovery, now could be the right time to buy them. Their low valuations are unlikely to remain in place over the long run. This could translate into high capital returns for new investors that improves their prospects of retiring early.

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Buying cheap UK shares

Some cheap UK shares are priced at low levels for good reason. For example, they may have weak balance sheets. Some may have strategies that can’t be adapted to a changing economic outlook.

However, other companies are suffering from weak investor

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Cheap shares: 3 I’d buy now to get rich and retire early

Here are three cheap shares I’d buy today and compound my gains towards getting rich and retiring early.

A cheap share in law services

Fast-growing challenger law firm Keystone Law (LSE: KEYS) may not look cheap in terms of its valuation. Indeed, with the share price near 441p, the forward-looking earnings multiple for the trading year to January 2022 is around 31.

However, I reckon it’s cheap compared to its growth prospects. Earnings have been increasing at a brisk double-digit percentage annual rate for the past few years with a short-term interruption because of the Covid-19 crisis. And the share price is also cheap compared to its pre-coronavirus high of 615p.

I reckon the stock has every chance of returning to its highs and beyond, driven by strong progress in the underlying business. But we haven’t heard from the firm for a while. It’s due to update the market with

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3 I’d buy now to get rich and retire early

Here are three cheap shares I’d buy today and compound my gains towards getting rich and retiring early.



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A cheap share in law services

Fast-growing challenger law firm Keystone Law (LSE: KEYS) may not look cheap in terms of its valuation. Indeed, with the share price near 441p, the forward-looking earnings multiple for the trading year to January 2022 is around 31.

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However, I reckon it’s cheap compared to its growth prospects. Earnings have been increasing at a brisk double-digit percentage annual rate for the past few years with a short-term interruption because of the Covid-19 crisis. And the share price is also cheap compared to its pre-coronavirus high of 615p.

I reckon the stock has every chance of returning to its highs and beyond, driven by strong progress in

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