What To Do: Party like it’s 2019! | The Unionville Times What To Do: Party like it’s 2019!

YPE html PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN” “http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd”> There are several big holidays throughout the year – each with a different vibe and primary activity. Christmas is about giving. Thanksgiving is about eating. Valentine’s Day is about love, flowers and chocolate. Halloween is also about chocolate – and any other candy treat given to trick-or-treaters. New Year’s Eve is about partying – dining, drinking, welcoming the new year and…partying. The biggest party night of the year is the highlight of the schedule for the next week. Monday night is December 31 – New Year’s Eve. On New Year’s Eve, Kennett Square will be partying in style at its annual “Midnight in the Square” (downtown Kennett Square, midnightinthesquare.com). Young children and their parents are invited to kick off Kennett Square’s New Year’s Eve celebration at 6:30 p.m. this year. The event will feature food, activities, a laser light show and live entertainment until 8:45 p.m. when the “raising” and the “lighting” of the huge 500-pound stainless steel Mushroom will take place. The Mushroom Dr...

Starbucks customer with nut allergy sues after served coffee with almond milk

This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. ©2019 FOX News Network, LLC. All rights reserved. All market data delayed 20 minutes. A look at the origins of coffee and how it became the pervasive drink it is today. Owner of Sweetleaf Coffee in New York City Richard Nieto takes Fox News through the dramatic history of coffee A Starbucks customer severely allergic to nuts is suing the chain for $10,000 after he was allegedly served coffee with almond milk. Max Scher, who says he is a frequent Starbucks patron, said he visited a location in Portland, Ore., in May, and — as he maintains that he always does — asked for his drink to be made with soy milk instead of nut milk. “Hey, I have an allergy,” he says he always tells the staff, according to The Oregonian.  “Please be careful.” This time, however, Scher said he became aware something was amiss after about “three sips,” at which point his throat began closing up. He immediately administered an EpiPen injection and ate two Benadryl tablets before driving himself to the hospital, where he vomited on the way to the emergency room, according to The Oregonian. A representative for Starbucks c...