Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Trader Joe's set to open Brooklyn store, Wednesday Morning One Liners...

Trader Joe's will open it's first Brooklyn store next week.

The store will reflect and incorporate "Brooklyn's rich history"

More here at the Daily News.

A Suffolk proposal to ban plastic shopping bags came under fire yesterday from the grocery and plastics industries, who said the county should instead give plastic recycling laws that take effect Jan. 1 time to work.   John Woods was quoted in the article.

The Teamsters union is poised to ratify a new contract with the city, having reached a tentative agreement yesterday.

The Brooklyn Paper covers the new "upscale" Gristedes in Brooklyn.

Wal-Mart was forced to close a store in Cleveland which was built on a landfill.

Fresh & Easy workers are pushing for union talks.

A&P Assures Shareholders Lehman Brothers Bankruptcy Won't Hurt 

Politics Politics

Lynn Forester de Rothschild, a prominent Hillary Clinton supporter and member of the Democratic National Committee’s Platform Committee, will endorse John McCain for president on Wednesday, her spokesman tells CNN.

Katie Couric will get a one on one with Palin.

A Republican group is taking responsibility for a poll that has roiled the Jewish community by asking sharply negative questions about Senator Barack Obama.

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