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NYC DINER EN BLANC
NEW YORK (AP) -- The location was secret -- but not the dress code. Five-thousand people dressed in white got together for the world's largest popup picnic last night in New York. Guests for Diner en Blanc (dee-NEH' ahn BLAHN) -- French for dinner in white -- showed up at one of 24 designated spots where the secret venue was disclosed. It was dining and dancing under the open sky at Pier 26 in the toney Tribeca neighborhood. The white-glad diners brought what they wanted for a chic BYO, everything from food to silverware and candles. They also had to clean up after themselves. The phenomenon started in Paris in 1988 and has expanded to 60 cities on five continents.
CIVIL WAR MUSEUM-BEER
FREDERICK, Md. (AP) -- It could be just what the doctor ordered -- in 1865. The National Museum of Civil War Medicine has gotten the OK to sell souvenir beer. The Frederick County, Maryland, liquor board has approved brew for the museum's gift shop. But visitors won't be able to drink it there. The Frederick News-Post reports officials say the beer may not be opened on museum property. The museum's David Price says a partnership with Brewer's Alley has produced several specialty beers in the past, including Gettysburg Wheat.
SALEM, Ore. (AP) -- Stoners will have reason to celebrate in Oregon on October 1. Legal pot sales will begin then. Gov. Kate Brown signed a bill yesterday allowing existing medical marijuana dispensaries to temporarily sell the now-legal weed to all adults. Marijuana possession became legal under state law this month. But state regulators are still about a year away from approving licensed retail pot stores. Under the interim measure, people will be able to buy limited quantities of dried bud, seeds and plant starts, but not edibles.
COMPANY CREDIT CARD-STRIPPERS
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- No, strippers aren't a legit business expense. Authorities say computer engineer John David Berrett racked up nearly a half-million bucks in charges on his employer's credit card. A federal indictment charges the money went to online strippers. Authorities say he gave one exotic dancer 27 grand. His favorite performers also got gifts like chocolates, flowers and electronics. Officials say Berrett tried to conceal the nature of his credit card charges as business expenses.
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