Google Ads Offering Free Rides and Other Transportation Deals. Everyone knows that finding parking at their favorite bar or restaurant can be a nightmare, especially if that bar or restaurant is in a hot part of town. Circling the block, paying the meter, or resorting to valet is a pain. The cost of getting a taxi ride isn’t much better. Learn more at restaurantnews.com.
University of Wisconsin to Consider Major Recreational Facility Overhaul. Students at the University of Wisconsin will vote in March to decide if a $223-million project to renovate the campus’ fields, gyms, and other recreational facilities is worth a hike in fees. The fee for recreational sports facilities would jump from $37 per student per semester to $145. Read more at asumag.com.
Why it’s a Good Idea to stop Eating Shrimp. Shrimp is the most popular seafood in the United States, with Americans eating an average of 4.1 pounds per person annually. As delicious as shrimp may be, we actually should not be eating them. The process that delivers bags of frozen shrimp to your grocery store at cheap prices has devastating ecological consequences. Read more at treehugger.com.
Restaurant Calorie-Label Mandate Is A Complete Mess. The calorie label clause, buried deep within the ACA’s 10,000 pages, seems harmless enough at first glance. Each restaurant chain with over 20 locations is required to display the calorie content of each food and drink item it serves on signs and printed menus. Read more at forbes.com.