Word Up

A throwback to comfort food and spelling bees

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o back in time at Highland Kitchen, a family-owned neighborhood restaurant complete with jukebox, hot-fudge brownie sundaes, and a “meat plate” (pork rillettes, Serrano ham, Fra’mani salame, house pickles, marinated olives and grilled bread)—and back to your childhood with the monthly spelling bee (10 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month). It’s an example of the eclectic nature of the menu of southern-inspired comfort foods and the busy schedule of shows and games. Hamedy

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Jukeboxes were so popular in the 1940s that three-quarters of the records produced in America went into them.

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