Walnut Creek’s Brioche de Paris owner talks crepes, customers and new Concord cafe

How does a personal trainer end up running one of the most popular new cafes in the East Bay? Sam Kheriji, owner of Walnut Creek’s Brioche de Paris, blames his cousin.

After playing professional soccer for six years in his native Tunisia, Kheriji moved to the United States in 2000 and landed a job training athletes at an elite San Francisco gyms. In 2018, he was showing his cousin, Walid Ben Ameur, around the city, and all Ameur could do was complain about the lack of cozy French-style cafes.

Somehow, he talked Kheriji into starting one together in 2019. A

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Almost 100 Customers Sick After Eating at This Popular Chain

Since our first report on Feb. 28 about 40 cases of foodborne illness linked to an Arby’s location in Springfield, Ill., dozens of more customers have fallen ill, forcing the fast-food restaurant to close for the second time in less than a month.

According to Food Safety News, almost 100 cases of illness have now been reported from the specific Arby’s location, and while the source of the contamination is still unknown, health officials have stated the pathogen in question is norovirus. The virus is highly contagious and spreads easily, making it difficult to eradicate.

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Almost 100 Customers Are Sick After Eating at This Popular Fast-Food Chain

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The “Dangerous” Workout Plan With More Than 130 Million Views on TikTok

Anyone who uses TikTok knows that the app is overflowing with health and fitness advice. After all, it’s where millions of users are learning about the nasty secret ingredients hiding in ground coffee while also learning about the new walking craze that fitness experts say is actually worthwhile.But, as many have noted, not all of the healthy living advice you’ll find on TikTok passes muster, and few fads on the platform have gained anywhere near the attention of the 75 Hard Challenge, which was

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