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Join San Francisco's 54 Mint to Help Raise Funds to Rebuild the Comune of Amatrice

Join San Francisco's 54 Mint to Help Raise Funds to Rebuild the Comune of Amatrice


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100 percent of the funds raised will go to the cause

Enjoy a night of tasty Italian food while raising money for an honorable cause.

San Francisco’s Italian food community is coming together to help raise funds for those affected by the recent, large earthquake that hit the Central Italian town, Amatrice. Campari America will be offering Aperol Spritz and Negroni on the patio, and chef Mattia Marcelli will cook Amatriciana pasta throughout the night.

There will be antipasti and bites from a huge list of San Francisco restaurants including: Acquerello, Octavia, Piccino, Montesacro,Pinseria Romana, and Zero Zero. The event is being hosted by 54mint in collaboration with Marcia Gagliardi of Tablehopper. Tickets are $75 and are still available. All funds raised will be donated to help rebuild the Comune of Amatrice. For more information, click here.

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Guptas, whose businesses range from media to mining, deny accusations of influencing cabinet appointments South Africa's wealthy Gupta family, which has been accused of holding undue political sway . over President Jacob Zuma in a scandal that became known as Guptagate, said on Saturday it planned to dispose of all stakes it holds in South African businesses before the end of the year. The Guptas have denied accusations that they have used their friendship with Zuma to influence his decisions or advance their business interests. But South Africa's anti-corruption watchdog said in July it would get more funds to investigate whether Zuma allowed the family to make government appointments. Fatherhood is treating Murray well, both on and off the court, and with Novak Djokovic under pressure, the Scot has his eye on the trophy he first lifted in 2012 If Novak Djokovic is personally . settled and near to full fitness, he will still be favourite to win the 2016 US Open, despite the impressive rise of Andy Murray this summer - as the absent Roger Federer has observed. The Scot, by general consensus, has been the best player in the world since he won Wimbledon, where the world No1 crashed out in the third round, but Djokovic has invariably used adversity to reach deep and drag to his aid that special force that enables him to do the impossible. This is such a time of crisis for him. When the tournament opens on Monday the focus on the defending champion will be as fierce as at any.
Guptas, whose businesses range from media to mining, deny accusations of influencing cabinet appointments South Africa's wealthy Gupta family, which has been accused of holding undue political sway . over President Jacob Zuma in a scandal that became known as Guptagate, said on Saturday it planned to dispose of all stakes it holds in South African businesses before the end of the year. The Guptas have denied accusations that they have used their friendship with Zuma to influence his decisions or advance their business interests. But South Africa's anti-corruption watchdog said in July it would get more funds to investigate whether Zuma allowed the family to make government appointments. Fatherhood is treating Murray well, both on and off the court, and with Novak Djokovic under pressure, the Scot has his eye on the trophy he first lifted in 2012 If Novak Djokovic is personally . settled and near to full fitness, he will still be favourite to win the 2016 US Open, despite the impressive rise of Andy Murray this summer - as the absent Roger Federer has observed. The Scot, by general consensus, has been the best player in the world since he won Wimbledon, where the world No1 crashed out in the third round, but Djokovic has invariably used adversity to reach deep and drag to his aid that special force that enables him to do the impossible. This is such a time of crisis for him. When the tournament opens on Monday the focus on the defending champion will be as fierce as at any.
Guptas, whose businesses range from media to mining, deny accusations of influencing cabinet appointments South Africa's wealthy Gupta family, which has been accused of holding undue political sway . over President Jacob Zuma in a scandal that became known as Guptagate, said on Saturday it planned to dispose of all stakes it holds in South African businesses before the end of the year. The Guptas have denied accusations that they have used their friendship with Zuma to influence his decisions or advance their business interests. But South Africa's anti-corruption watchdog said in July it would get more funds to investigate whether Zuma allowed the family to make government appointments. Fatherhood is treating Murray well, both on and off the court, and with Novak Djokovic under pressure, the Scot has his eye on the trophy he first lifted in 2012 If Novak Djokovic is personally . settled and near to full fitness, he will still be favourite to win the 2016 US Open, despite the impressive rise of Andy Murray this summer - as the absent Roger Federer has observed. The Scot, by general consensus, has been the best player in the world since he won Wimbledon, where the world No1 crashed out in the third round, but Djokovic has invariably used adversity to reach deep and drag to his aid that special force that enables him to do the impossible. This is such a time of crisis for him. When the tournament opens on Monday the focus on the defending champion will be as fierce as at any.
Guptas, whose businesses range from media to mining, deny accusations of influencing cabinet appointments South Africa's wealthy Gupta family, which has been accused of holding undue political sway . over President Jacob Zuma in a scandal that became known as Guptagate, said on Saturday it planned to dispose of all stakes it holds in South African businesses before the end of the year. The Guptas have denied accusations that they have used their friendship with Zuma to influence his decisions or advance their business interests. But South Africa's anti-corruption watchdog said in July it would get more funds to investigate whether Zuma allowed the family to make government appointments. Fatherhood is treating Murray well, both on and off the court, and with Novak Djokovic under pressure, the Scot has his eye on the trophy he first lifted in 2012 If Novak Djokovic is personally . settled and near to full fitness, he will still be favourite to win the 2016 US Open, despite the impressive rise of Andy Murray this summer - as the absent Roger Federer has observed. The Scot, by general consensus, has been the best player in the world since he won Wimbledon, where the world No1 crashed out in the third round, but Djokovic has invariably used adversity to reach deep and drag to his aid that special force that enables him to do the impossible. This is such a time of crisis for him. When the tournament opens on Monday the focus on the defending champion will be as fierce as at any.
Guptas, whose businesses range from media to mining, deny accusations of influencing cabinet appointments South Africa's wealthy Gupta family, which has been accused of holding undue political sway . over President Jacob Zuma in a scandal that became known as Guptagate, said on Saturday it planned to dispose of all stakes it holds in South African businesses before the end of the year. The Guptas have denied accusations that they have used their friendship with Zuma to influence his decisions or advance their business interests. But South Africa's anti-corruption watchdog said in July it would get more funds to investigate whether Zuma allowed the family to make government appointments. Fatherhood is treating Murray well, both on and off the court, and with Novak Djokovic under pressure, the Scot has his eye on the trophy he first lifted in 2012 If Novak Djokovic is personally . settled and near to full fitness, he will still be favourite to win the 2016 US Open, despite the impressive rise of Andy Murray this summer - as the absent Roger Federer has observed. The Scot, by general consensus, has been the best player in the world since he won Wimbledon, where the world No1 crashed out in the third round, but Djokovic has invariably used adversity to reach deep and drag to his aid that special force that enables him to do the impossible. This is such a time of crisis for him. When the tournament opens on Monday the focus on the defending champion will be as fierce as at any.
Guptas, whose businesses range from media to mining, deny accusations of influencing cabinet appointments South Africa's wealthy Gupta family, which has been accused of holding undue political sway . over President Jacob Zuma in a scandal that became known as Guptagate, said on Saturday it planned to dispose of all stakes it holds in South African businesses before the end of the year. The Guptas have denied accusations that they have used their friendship with Zuma to influence his decisions or advance their business interests. But South Africa's anti-corruption watchdog said in July it would get more funds to investigate whether Zuma allowed the family to make government appointments. Fatherhood is treating Murray well, both on and off the court, and with Novak Djokovic under pressure, the Scot has his eye on the trophy he first lifted in 2012 If Novak Djokovic is personally . settled and near to full fitness, he will still be favourite to win the 2016 US Open, despite the impressive rise of Andy Murray this summer - as the absent Roger Federer has observed. The Scot, by general consensus, has been the best player in the world since he won Wimbledon, where the world No1 crashed out in the third round, but Djokovic has invariably used adversity to reach deep and drag to his aid that special force that enables him to do the impossible. This is such a time of crisis for him. When the tournament opens on Monday the focus on the defending champion will be as fierce as at any.
Guptas, whose businesses range from media to mining, deny accusations of influencing cabinet appointments South Africa's wealthy Gupta family, which has been accused of holding undue political sway . over President Jacob Zuma in a scandal that became known as Guptagate, said on Saturday it planned to dispose of all stakes it holds in South African businesses before the end of the year. The Guptas have denied accusations that they have used their friendship with Zuma to influence his decisions or advance their business interests. But South Africa's anti-corruption watchdog said in July it would get more funds to investigate whether Zuma allowed the family to make government appointments. Fatherhood is treating Murray well, both on and off the court, and with Novak Djokovic under pressure, the Scot has his eye on the trophy he first lifted in 2012 If Novak Djokovic is personally . settled and near to full fitness, he will still be favourite to win the 2016 US Open, despite the impressive rise of Andy Murray this summer - as the absent Roger Federer has observed. The Scot, by general consensus, has been the best player in the world since he won Wimbledon, where the world No1 crashed out in the third round, but Djokovic has invariably used adversity to reach deep and drag to his aid that special force that enables him to do the impossible. This is such a time of crisis for him. When the tournament opens on Monday the focus on the defending champion will be as fierce as at any.
Guptas, whose businesses range from media to mining, deny accusations of influencing cabinet appointments South Africa's wealthy Gupta family, which has been accused of holding undue political sway . over President Jacob Zuma in a scandal that became known as Guptagate, said on Saturday it planned to dispose of all stakes it holds in South African businesses before the end of the year. The Guptas have denied accusations that they have used their friendship with Zuma to influence his decisions or advance their business interests. But South Africa's anti-corruption watchdog said in July it would get more funds to investigate whether Zuma allowed the family to make government appointments. Fatherhood is treating Murray well, both on and off the court, and with Novak Djokovic under pressure, the Scot has his eye on the trophy he first lifted in 2012 If Novak Djokovic is personally . settled and near to full fitness, he will still be favourite to win the 2016 US Open, despite the impressive rise of Andy Murray this summer - as the absent Roger Federer has observed. The Scot, by general consensus, has been the best player in the world since he won Wimbledon, where the world No1 crashed out in the third round, but Djokovic has invariably used adversity to reach deep and drag to his aid that special force that enables him to do the impossible. This is such a time of crisis for him. When the tournament opens on Monday the focus on the defending champion will be as fierce as at any.
Guptas, whose businesses range from media to mining, deny accusations of influencing cabinet appointments South Africa's wealthy Gupta family, which has been accused of holding undue political sway . over President Jacob Zuma in a scandal that became known as Guptagate, said on Saturday it planned to dispose of all stakes it holds in South African businesses before the end of the year. The Guptas have denied accusations that they have used their friendship with Zuma to influence his decisions or advance their business interests. But South Africa's anti-corruption watchdog said in July it would get more funds to investigate whether Zuma allowed the family to make government appointments. Fatherhood is treating Murray well, both on and off the court, and with Novak Djokovic under pressure, the Scot has his eye on the trophy he first lifted in 2012 If Novak Djokovic is personally . settled and near to full fitness, he will still be favourite to win the 2016 US Open, despite the impressive rise of Andy Murray this summer - as the absent Roger Federer has observed. The Scot, by general consensus, has been the best player in the world since he won Wimbledon, where the world No1 crashed out in the third round, but Djokovic has invariably used adversity to reach deep and drag to his aid that special force that enables him to do the impossible. This is such a time of crisis for him. When the tournament opens on Monday the focus on the defending champion will be as fierce as at any.


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