Cll Via Rexville, Bayamón, 00957, Puerto Rico

American Restaurant, Brunch Restaurant, Caribbean Restaurant, Japanese Restaurant, Middle Eastern Restaurant, Organic Restaurant, Sushi Restaurant

Restaurant, Food

787-619-6617

Open Hours

Wednesday 4:00 PM - 10:30 PM
Thursday 4:00 PM - 10:30 PM
Friday 4:00 PM - 10:30 PM
Saturday 4:00 PM - 10:30 PM
Sunday 4:00 PM - 10:30 PM

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An American tragedy

www.cbsnews.com - 59 minutes ago
According to multiple sources, around 100 children are killed accidentally with guns in the United States every year. Martha Teichner speaks with a young man who, as a 10-year-old, accidentally shot and killed his younger sister, and how it affected his
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A history of guns in America

www.cbsnews.com - 60 minutes ago
No other developed country has embraced guns more than the United States. Just how did firearms become such a big part of American culture? Lee Cowan reports.
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Checking gun violence in Australia

www.cbsnews.com - 1 hour ago
In 1996, following a mass shooting in which 35 people were killed, the Australian government issued an unprecedented ban on certain guns, and confiscated nearly 700,000 weapons. Has this ban made a difference? Seth Doane reports.
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Arming Chicago youth with strength against violence

www.cbsnews.com - 1 hour ago
So far this year, the city of Chicago has recorded a total of 546 shootings. To fight this, a YMCA youth program called Urban Warriors, created by a former gang member, brings together at-risk youth with military veterans who share a common experience: th
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Chrissy Teigen's mom talks cooking, family and why she has to eat Thai food daily

www.cnn.com - 1 hour ago
As anyone who's visited Thailand knows, food is a key part of the experience.
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Pushing the envelope on bulletproof technology

www.cbsnews.com - 1 hour ago
Can anything truly be made "bullet-proof"? Serena Altschul visits the Texas Armoring Corporation in San Antonio, where cars are turned into rolling fortresses capable of resisting firearms, hand grenades, even IEDs.
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