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UPDATE: Tap Water Safe To Drink Again

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UPDATED: 3:39 p.m., Monday:

Lower Bucks County Joint Municipal Authority Managing Director Vijay Rajput told LevittownNow.com the tap water is safe to drink as of 3:30 p.m. Monday.

Customers were under a boil water advisory since Friday afternoon.

The authority has been testing the water and consulting state officials as they rectified the problem.

The boil water advisory was a side effect of the remnants of Hurricane Ida from last week.

The Lower Bucks County Municipal Authority serves many residents in Bristol Township, Falls Township, Middletown Township, and all of Tullytown Borough.

Original Story:

There will be potable

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Labor Day food and drink specials: These shops and restaurants are offering deals

CHICAGO (NewsNation Now) — Just about every major holiday has one thing in common: Chain restaurants offering freebies and deals to get you into the drive-through or at the counter at some point during the holiday period. Labor Day is one of the biggest, and we’ve put together a handy run-down of what to get and where to find it.

Note: Some deals may not be available at every location of the

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You Can Get A Free Drink From Dunkin’ Through October 3

The great debate between hot coffee and iced coffee can be put aside for a quick moment because Dunkin’ is offering a freebie both sides will want to know about. Now through October, Dunkin’ will give individuals who make three purchases per week a free drink so consider this justification for all of your morning coffee runs.

You have time to take advantage of the deal as it’s going on now through October 3 making it an ideal way to welcome in the fall season. To claim it for yourself, you’ll probably want to download the chain’s app and make

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I tried the new adaptogen-infused drink Bella Hadid co-founded, and would describe it as a Red Bull mixed with CBD

I tried Kin Euphorics, the “braincare beverage” endorsed by Bella Hadid Allana Akhtar/Insider

  • I tried Kin Euphorics, a drink made of the supposedly stress-reducing herb adaptogens.

  • Bella Hadid announced she was joining Kin as co-founder and partner earlier this week.

  • I enjoyed the taste of the beverage, but couldn’t easily feel the affects of the calming adaptogen.

  • See more stories on Insider’s business page.

After Bella Hadid announced herself as the co-founder and chief operating officer of Kin, a calming seltzer, I sought to find out what the fuss was about.

Kin is an adaptogen-infused seltzer drink. Adaptogens are

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Barcode Performance Drink for High-Performing Athletes

Wellness has begun to shift from solely focusing on aesthetics and training to a more holistic approach that takes into consideration mental, emotional, and physical wellness. Barcode, a plant-based performance drink brand for high-performing athletes ($4 for a bottle or $48 for a 12-pack) is one brand that has taken note.

Unlike its predecessors in the sports drink arena that focus on refueling athletes’ electrolyte levels, Barcode takes a 360-degree approach to fueling, providing consumers with a combination of vitamins, minerals, and adaptogens to enhance their well-being—whether they’re performing in a championship game or finishing a long run.

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These are the 7 best food and drink events in Dallas this week


September is in full swing with several tasty events to kick off the season. The week’s list ranges from a four-course tequila dinner to a sip-and-shop artisan market. A longtime beer festival also makes its way back this year, and don’t miss the Saturday morning pop-up hosted by a new bakery opening soon.

Thursday, September 9

BEE-Market at The Beeman Hotel

Sip and shop local at this artisan market event, set to feature more than 20 artists inside the hip lobby of the Park Cities hotel. There’ll be DJ music and food and drinks available from the hotel’s

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DRINK SNOW! New Spiked Snow Cone Flight at Hash Kitchen

PHOENIX — You can now order snow at a restaurant in Arizona! These snowballs aren’t for throwing, they are for drinking and these frozen cocktails come in a flight of four different flavors. Since summer lasts longer in our state, you can expect to enjoy this cold, crunchy and refreshing adult treat well into the fall. You can only order the Spiked Snow Cone Cocktail Flight at Hash Kitchen right here in the Valley.

See how these snow cones are assembled in the video above!

There is a new type of flight that is taking off in Arizona! As the

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A food, drink and celebration guide to Madison Game Days

One year ago, we could only imagine to hear the echoes of fans decked in cardinal red and white cheering on the Wisconsin Badgers at Camp Randall Stadium, but now the game day experience is back. The packed businesses along Regent Street and fans jumping around in celebration at the end of the third quarter make it feel like Madison is alive again.

More than one million people trek to Madison for the event. It requires some planning — here are some suggestions of where to celebrate, watch the game if you did not purchase a ticket and the

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Fitter people can drink more and handle their booze better

Higher fitness levels are significantly related to greater alcohol consumption, according to a new study looking into people’s exercise and drinking habits.

Regular exercisers drink more alcohol, but are less likely to be problem drinkers as stated in new research from the Medicine & Science in Sports Exercise from a study at the Cooper Clinic in Dallas.

According to the research, which looked at data from 38,000 healthy patients ranging in age from 20 to 86, there is a strong link between exercise and alcohol habits. The findings showed that “women within the moderate and high fitness categories had greater

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Why Fitter People Drink More Alcohol

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My second-favorite running T-shirt quote is usually attributed to the versatile New Zealander Rod Dixon, whose range stretched from an Olympic medal in the 1,500 meters to a New York City Marathon victory: “All I want to do,” he said, “is drink beer and train like an animal.” (My favorite is from Noureddine Morceli: “When I race, my mind is full of doubts. Who will finish second? Who will finish third?”) I don’t even like beer all that much, but there’s something appealing in the simple clarity of Dixon’s ambitions—something, it turns out, that seems to resonate with

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