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Cabinet City Sells Euro Style Cabinets

SAN GABRIEL, Calif. – September 27, 2017 – (

Cabinet City is an exquisite company selling modern cabinets and bath accessories for your home. The company has the latest kitchen cabinets and bathroom products in their various showrooms around the city. The business also equips its clients with valuable information on the products they sell. They advise their customers on the latest cabinets in the market and what suits their space in their homes or the office. Cabinet City has modern kitchen and bath items at competitive prices.

The Sales Manager taking the clients around the showroom said, “It is advisable you know what you want before you make a purchase. This is true especially when you want to buy a kitchen cabinet, which is large. Kitchen cabinets are a costly investment. You do not want to choose a cabinet that will bore you soon. When purchasing a new cabinet for your new home, or if you are doing a kitchen remodel, there are a few things you would want to consider. Our team of experts will give you tips on the best products for your house.”

At Cabinet City, clients are spoilt for choice; they have the best Euro style cabinets one can choose from. The cabinets come in different materials, color and texture. For instance, the textured melamine has a surfacing that is similar to laminate. The textured melamine has a cutting edge over other textured surfaces. The advantage is that one can cover all the six sides of each door and the panel; in that case, there won’t be a base side which will not match the rest as it is covered with thermofoil. The melamine holds up well and will not peel off over time. The textured melamine comes in Cocoa and Milan.

The Sales Manager explained more, “We also have the best ready to assemble bathroom cabinets in our showrooms. Opting for the ready to assemble bathroom cabinets is a nice way to save money. Anyone can purchase these kinds of cabinets for their home. The cabinets come in different finishes. One can choose the traditional white. Each cabinet is beautiful, modern and new looking. The new cabinets will give your bathroom a new look once you finish installing your new bathroom cabinets.”

Cabinet City is home to beautiful, unique kitchen and bathroom accessories. One can decide for their kitchens to have a crown molding finish. Crown molding can give your kitchen cabinets a luxurious touch. Molding enhances the basic or the plainest cabinet designs by capping the walls and flaring them out. One can easily personalize their kitchen affordably by putting a crown edge or choosing other molding types. Homeowners will get this touch if they select the perfect crown molding design, it will add some elegance and value to your kitchen.

About Cabinet City Kitchen and Bath

Cabinet City is an enterprise that sells to homeowners’ stylish Kitchen and bathroom products. It has European and American collection of kitchen cabinets. The European collection includes the European Milan, European Cocoa, the High Gloss White, High Gloss Charcoal and Hi-Gloss Silver. The American collection in the showrooms includes; White and Grey Shaker, Expresso and Mahogany shaker, Antique white, and American Walnut. All these cabinets come at a competitive price. Make a wise choice for your kitchen and bathroom accessories by visiting Cabinet City Kitchen and Bath.

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Amazon’s latest Alexa devices ready to extend company’s reach into your home

Amazon, hoping to replicate the success of its Echo device, is poised to extend its eyes and ears into every part of your life with the launch of new voice-controlled and camera-equipped Alexa devices designed for bedrooms, living rooms and even your car.

“Voice control in the home will be ubiquitous,” predicted David Limp, Amazon’s vice-president in charge of the Echo devices, at an event in Seattle on Wednesday. “Kids today will grow up never knowing a day they couldn’t talk to their houses.”

The Echo has been Amazon’s surprise hit in the three years since it launched, finding its way into tens of millions of kitchens around the world, offering internet radio, timers, weather and news reports and voice calls. Now Amazon will start selling a smaller, cheaper version of the original Echo, with fabric and wood veneers, as well a new flagship device called the Echo Plus that promises to work instantly with dozens of smart home devices, such as locks, lights and electric sockets.

“Setting up your smart home is still just too hard,” Limp said. “It can take up to 15 steps to do something as simple as set up a lightbulb.”

Amazon’s vision is of homes with Echo devices in every room, where Alexa is listening to every word you say. A new Fire TV media device adds voice control over streaming TV and movie services like Amazon’s own Prime video, Netflix and others.

Amazon’s vision is of homes with Echo devices in every room, where Alexa is listening to every word you say. Photograph: Amazon

One of the cutest new products was the Echo Spot, a spherical bedside device that can act as a smart alarm clock and videophone. It can also trigger a sequence of smart home actions, such as reading the morning’s traffic report, opening curtains and turning a kettle on.

“For Amazon, hardware is a means to drive more consumption, be it media or washing powder. Software, developer and hardware announcements are all designed to deepen Amazon’s role in our daily lives,” said Geoff Blaber of CCS Insight, a market intelligence company.

Amazon devices in the US can now also place free voice calls to landlines and mobile phones nationwide – a step showing that Amazon is trying to muscle in on smartphones, an area in which it failed spectacularly with the flop of a Fire smartphone, complete with a 3D screen, in 2014.

Perhaps the tech giant will have more luck in the increasingly connected automotive world. Limp also announced that Alexa would come built in to some BMW and Mini cars beginning next summer, allowing drivers to control music, get weather or news updates, and even order a pizza from behind the wheel.

There will undoubtedly be backlash against pushing Amazon’s voice technologies into every part of consumers’ lives.

Its Echo Show device, which has a 7in screen built in and goes on sale in the UK today, can connect to multiple cameras, linked to doorbells and locks or baby monitors. Amazon also launched standalone accessories called Buttons that can be used for family games.

The company has opened up its Alexa technology to other manufacturers, and expects to see a wave of new voice-controlled kitchen appliances, entertainment gear and toys coming soon.

“We don’t think of Echo as a consumer electronics device,” said Limp “It’s a service that we’re constantly trying to improve. We learn what our customers like, and would like to do better.”

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West Elm’s only Iowa store opens Thursday in East Village






Take a tour of Iowa’s first West Elm store in Des Moines’ East Village with Dru Ortega, West Elm spokesman.
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West Elm home furnishings store will open Thursday in Des Moines’ East Village. It is the company’s only store in Iowa. 

The national retailer’s mix of modern and mid-century furniture, rugs, accessories, bedding and kitchen goods includes a dose of local artisans and a growing selection of fair trade goods.

The Brooklyn, N.Y.-based company is a division of Williams Sonoma and sister company to Pottery Barn.

West Elm’s 11,000-square-foot store at 219 E. Grand Ave. is filled with vignettes of dining, living and bedrooms to give shoppers ideas of “how to set a table or pair accessories,” said Dru Ortega, West Elm spokesman.

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13 married people reveal the one thing they regret putting on their wedding registry

Hopefully you won’t regret your partner, but you might regret that ice cream maker.


Of all the things couples have todo before their wedding day, creating a registry may be one of the most difficult. Sure it’s fun build a wish list of items that other people will buy for you. But if you’re not careful, you may wind up with a closet full of unwanted gifts that can’t be returned. (Though there is the re-gifting option.)

We spoke to real couples and looked on Weddingbee and Reddit forums to find out which gifts real couples say that they could have done without.

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Time for breakfast: Hearty morning meals star at Region restaurants

It’s often said breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Whether or not you’re a morning meal fan or not, sharing breakfast with loved ones at a favorite restaurant can be a chance to share quality time.

Families and friends share good conversation or laughs over the morning meal. Of course, it’s always nice to have breakfast at home. But if you’re not up to doing the cooking, make plans to visit a breakfast eatery in the Region. Here are just a few spots to order a good egg dish or other creative dishes.

Benedict, 1103 Joliet St., Dyer. Call 219-440-7948. Visit

The eatery, which serves breakfast and lunch, opened in 2013. Breakfast dishes featured at the eatery include everything from Eggs Benedict to breakfast bowls, pancakes, eggs and more.

Menu items include The Breakfast Nook Bowl; Mighty Irish Bowl; Traditional Benny; Smoked Salmon Benny; Texas Style French Toast; Berry Blues Pancakes; Sirloin and Eggs; and more.

The Commander, 745 Ridge Road, Munster; 219-836-4009.

The Commander long has been a favorite dining spot in the Region. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served all day at the family restaurant.

Among breakfast dishes on the menu at the eatery are assorted pancake dishes including Silver Dollar Pancakes; Pancakes with Fruit; Pigs in a Blanket; Waffles; The Waffle Combination; Strawberry Cream French Toast; Skirt Steak and 2 Eggs; and other items.

Jelly, 936 Joliet St., Dyer and 399 E. 81st Ave., Merrillville. Call 219-865-3200 or 219-736-0100.

Breakfast and lunch are in the spotlight at Jelly. The eatery has two locations in Northwest Indiana.

Fresh and creative recipes are highlighted at the eatery. And there’s a charitable component to dining at Jelly. The restaurant matches every meal purchased Thursday through Sunday and donates those meals to help people in need.

Dishes served at Jelly include assorted pancakes including Multi-grain; Gluten-free and Banana Wheat; various frittatas including The Farmhouse Frittata; Steak and Egg Breakfast Burrito; Biscuits and Gravy; Skillets; Eggs Florentine; and other dishes.

Round the Clock, Various locations around Northwest Indiana and one in Lansing.

The popular restaurant chain debuted in 1977. As its name states, Round the Clock is “always open.” Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served at the eatery. Every Round the Clock restaurant in different locations has its own charm and decor.

Among items on the breakfast menu are Five Stack Pancakes; Pecan Pancakes; Chicken and Waffles; Belgian Waffles; French Toast with Fruit Topping; Farm Boy Skillet; Turkey Skillet; Steak and Eggs; Scramblers; and more.

Skillets Bistro, 2040 45th St., Highland. Call 219-924-7604. Visit

The cozy eatery has a retro-diner type of feel. Guests may order breakfast items all day at the restaurant.

Breakfast items on the menu include various waffles, including the Malted Belgian Waffle; Banana Foster Pancakes; Skillets, including the Hobo Skillet and 45th Street Skillet; Omelets; Egg Dishes and more.

Third Coast Spice Cafe, 761 Indiana Boundary Road No. 6, Chesterton. Call 219-926-5858. Visit

The Chesterton restaurant features everything from breakfast specialties such as omelets and egg dishes to lunch selections.

Third Coast Spice Cafe puts the spotlight on whole, healthy foods, made without artificial ingredients.

Diners will find breakfast items such as various omelets, including the Southwest Garden Florentine and the Build Your Own Omelet; assorted hashes such as the Popeye Hash and Buffalo Hot Hash; Flapjacks; Breakfast Bowls; Raspberry Cheesecake French Toast; and other items.

Sunrise Restaurant, 1342 119th St., Whiting. Call 219-659-1390.

The family restaurant regularly has a full house of diners for breakfast, lunch or dinner daily. During mid-morning breakfast hours on Sundays, the eatery is particularly busy with after-church diners and others looking for a substantial meal.

At Sunrise, breakfast is available all day. Everything from pancakes, oatmeal, French toast, egg dishes, skillets, such as the Greek, Italian, Country and Veggie; omelets and other dishes are available at the eatery.

The Scrambled Diner, 250 81st Ave., Dyer. Call 219-865-3950.

The Scrambled Diner offers a creative selection of breakfast and lunch items. A variety of breakfast items are in the spotlight at the eatery, which is located in Prairie Center strip mall.

Fresh, seasonal ingredients star at the restaurant. Among menu items featured are assorted omelets including the Tangled in Blue; Orchard and Southwest; Skillets such as The Veggie Skillet and Chorizo Skillet; Breakfast Burrito; pancakes and other dishes.

Toast and Jam Cafe, 7311 Mallard Lane, Schererville. Call 219-769-0000. Visit

The cozy, cute cafe offers breakfast and lunch meals. Dishes have creative names at this eatery. Breakfast fans will find everything from egg dishes, assorted oatmeals, skillets, omelets, casseroles and more here.

Among menu items are Baked Banana Bread Oatmeal; Breakfast Bites; Breakfast Nachos; Steak and Eggs; Pork Chops and Eggs; The Hoosier Skillet; Poblano Breakfast Casserole and other items.

Johnel’s Restaurant, 4145 Calumet Ave., Hammond. Call 219-931-7000. Visit

The family restaurant, which is near the Ramada Hotel and Dynasty Banquets in Hammond, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Johnel’s draws a large breakfast clientele with its diverse menu. Assorted menu items include skillets such as Polish, Steak and Gypsy Skillets; omelets, including the Three Meat; Asparagus or Broccoli; as well as waffles, pancakes, crepes and blintzes.

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Morning Buzz: 5 things to know for September 27

1. The big reveal for the Ford International Airport’s phase one of its gateway transformation project is taking place Wednesday.

At 10 a.m. the project partners will join airport officials for a special ribbon cutting ceremony. Among them will be elected officials, representatives from the community, Dick DeVos, and other recognizable names in the Grand Rapids area.

The first phase includes a consolidated security checkpoint, new food and beverage space and much more.

Now phase two begins, which includes improvements to ticketing, screening and baggage claim areas.


2. Move over school pizza and crispitos, a celebrity chef is taking over a West Michigan cafeteria.

Linden Grove Middle School in Kalamazoo is welcoming Chef Jet Tila who’s been on “Iron Chef America”, “Chopped”, and Anthony Bourain’s “No Reservations.”

Chef will be offering cooking demos and he plans to feature his original dishes and recipes actually served on the school lunch menu.

Students will also be able to take home recipes, have a meet and greet, and take selfie photos with Chef Jet.


3. The fall heat wave we’ve had has been intense enough to force schools to call for half days since last week. However in Caledonia, one fourth grader kept his class cool, with an awesome invention.

Abram Barker goes to Kettle Lake Elementary, and “beating the heat” was his classroom’s motto during the hot streak.

On Monday, he brought in an air conditioner that he made to keep the class cool. His classmates called it Abram’s Air, which was made with frozen water bottles, two-liter bottles cut in half, and a plastic tub.

Abram says it took him and his mom about 20 minutes to make it.


4.  Did you know that if you’re under 14, Disney says you can’t dress up as characters?

According to Disney Resort Codes, adults aren’t allowed to dress up as Disney Characters while in the parks. Guests can even be refused entry, or kicked out if they don’t listen.

This is done to ensure that the only adults in costume are staff members, but the rule is relaxed for certain events like Mickey’s Halloween Party in October.

Visitors are still welcome to wear accessories like short capes, hats and tiaras as long as their faces aren’t covered.


5. If you make your cup of coffee or tea at the communal kitchen at work, your cup may be carrying more than just your drink.

Researchers from the University of Arizona found that 90 percent of megs in office kitchens are coated with germs. About 20 percent of those cups had fecal bacteria on them.

Researchers say the culprit is the communal kitchen sponge.

The team was also involved in a study from the University of California, showing that offices with men had significantly more bacteria than those occupied by women.

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Johnel’s offers diverse menu in Hammond

Whether visiting Johnel’s restaurant for breakfast, lunch or dinner, diners won’t be disappointed with the culinary selections offered on the large menu.

Johnel’s, located off Calumet Avenue in the complex that also features Dynasty Banquets and the Ramada Hotel, features a menu with everything from traditional breakfast fare to specialty burgers, sandwiches, dinner combination plates and assorted desserts made in house.

The decor in Johnel’s is warm and inviting and features American-themed decorations. There’s even a small replica of the Statue of Liberty standing outside the restaurant and a few American flags decorating the exterior of the building.

Once indoors, guests will feel as though they’ve stepped into the warm atmosphere of someone’s home. Servers are friendly and often visit the tables to check on diners.

We visited Johnel’s on a recent Sunday morning. The restaurant was filled with the after-church crowd who gathered with families and groups of friends to enjoy one of the eatery’s hearty breakfasts.

Diners also may order non-breakfast items all day at the restaurant.

After perusing the menu, we decided to try a few items. We chose the Cheese Omelet ($5.35) and the Athenian Chicken entree ($12.95).

Both received praise at our table. The omelet was a hearty helping served with hash browns. The Athenian Chicken (which takes about 20 minutes to prepare) proved to be a flavorful Greek-inspired recipe featuring half of a chicken cooked in lemon, olive oil and Greek herbs. Diners have a choice of potato with an order of Athenian Chicken. We chose the Greek potatoes, which were prepared with Greek seasonings as well.

A salad with homemade Creamy Garlic dressing and a dessert (our choice of Coconut Cream pie) accompanied the chicken entree.

Among other dishes featured on the menu at Johnel’s are various breakfast items from eggs, waffles and skillets to pancakes and French toast. Lunch and dinner items include Julienne Salad ($9.25); Cold Salmon Plate ($8.95); Beef and Swiss Club ($8.25); a Bacon Bleu Burger ($9.85); Turkey Bacon Wrap ($9.95); New Zealand Orange Roughy ($17.95); Chicken Piccatta ($13.95); Shrimp Stir Fry ($12.95); Vineyard Chicken $13.95);  Greek Steak ($19.95); Baby Back Ribs ($20.95 for a full slab); and much more.

Johnel’s also features daily specials. Call the restaurant to inquire about the specials menu.

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