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Couple investing culinary, business talents in Grove City’s MrSouthernflava

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Growing up in Canton, Mississippi, Neal Newsome developed a passion for Southern cooking at an early age. 

“It’s part of the culture down there,” he said. “It’s not uncommon for families to have a barbecue every weekend.” 

Now, in partnership with his wife, Renee Glover, Newsome is bringing the flavor of the South to central Ohio. 

The couple opened MrSouthernflava on Sept. 16 at 4068 Broadway in Grove City’s Town Center.  

The restaurant offers barbecue-smoked meats, po’ boy sandwiches (a traditional item from Louisiana), burgers, side dishes and banana pudding for curbside carryout, delivery and catering. 

“Neal is the pit master,” Glover said. “Everything we do is homemade, and all the spices and barbecue sauces are homemade by him.” 

The rubs and sauces used are based on family recipes, Newsome said. 

“Our grandmother would teach us the art of cooking,” he said of his family.

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PolyU launches the first dedicated interdisciplinary master programme in medical physics to nurture future clinical and academic talents in the field

HONG KONG, Sept. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — As medical technology advances, breakthroughs in diagnosing and treating various critical illnesses are achieved, and as the design of patient treatment plans becomes more precise and personalised, healthcare practitioners are expected to keep abreast of the latest developments so as to master the most sophisticated technologies. In a cancer treatment team, members are specialised in their respective fields, yet they work together seamlessly to devise the most effective treatment for patients. One of the lesser-known of the specialists in such a team, the Medical Physicist, is responsible for formulating treatment plans, as well as monitoring and maintaining radiation equipment used to ensure precise, effective and safe delivery of treatment.

Medical Physicists specialise in radiation treatment technology, with their expertise spanning from diagnostic imaging to radiotherapy, and they are “strong backers” of the cancer treatment team. However, a higher degree programme in Medical

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