Logiq’s Food Delivery Service Introduces Car Dining for Major Shopping Mall Food Courts in Jakarta

“Dine in Your Car” at Pondok Indah Mall

"Dine in Your Car" at Pondok Indah Mall
“Dine in Your Car” at Pondok Indah Mall
“Dine in Your Car” at Pondok Indah Mall

NEW YORK, Oct. 14, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Logiq, Inc. (formerly Weyland Tech) (OTCQX: LGIQ), a global provider of award-winning eCommerce and Fintech solutions, has launched a new food delivery service, “Dine In Your Car,” at Pondok Indah Mall, one of the top five shopping malls in Jakarta, according to Forbes.

The new service, which delivers food orders directly to vehicles in the mall parking lot, is now available via Logiq’s GoLogiq™ food delivery app.

The service, offered under the HYPERLINK “https://www.atozgo.co.id/” atozGO Mall™ brand in Indonesia, enables users to order food from 65 mall restaurants, including The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Goods Burger, Fish & Co, Doner Kebab, Hanei Sushi, Sour Sally Frozen Yogurt, and Baskin Robbins.

Additional mall restaurants continue to be added

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How Food Series ‘Family Style’ Completed a Second Season Mid-Pandemic

“Family Style” was midway through filming its second season when the coronavirus pandemic shut down both its featured subject — restaurants — and production. With several of the planned eight episodes of the Asian-centered food show half done and some not even filmed, producers from the Stage 13 and YOMYOMF joint production had to pivot amidst a time of uncertainty. Executive producer Philip Chung remembers exactly when they made the decision to shut production down in early March. “I remember everyone on the crew all of a sudden getting the alert that Tom Hanks got coronavirus,” he told TheWrap. “That was the moment when it really home for a lot of people on the crew. We knew COVID was an issue; the NBA the night before announced they were canceling their season.” “Obviously, we’re shooting an Asian food show and that was already an issue with some of the racism

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SC farms pivot agritourism model during pandemic, but pumpkin patches still on | Food

A skeleton scales the wall of an Egyptian pyramid as echoes of howling monsters looped on a sound system wail through the forest. 

It’s one of the scenes set up along Boone Hall Plantation’s hayride trail, which will be followed by visitors’ own vehicles instead of the traditional tractor-pulled wagon with a guide this year. 

Fall is back, and so are seasonal attractions at farms across the state — but this time with coronavirus safety protocols in place. At Boone Hall, the pumpkin patch is spaced out over more land to provide social distancing, and the Fright Nights haunted house attraction will be capped at 1,500 attendees per night who must wear masks and wait in “pods” in line. 


Adam Morrical (left) and Becky Herbert pose for a photo at Boone Hall Plantation & Gardens’ hayride attraction Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2020, in Mount Pleasant. Gavin McIntyre/Staff

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Meet Prize Fest 2020’s film, food, fashion, and music competitors


Film Prize 2018 Top 20 Announcement Party Friday evening at the Robinson Film Center.

Shreveport Times

Prize Fest 2020 returns with its first all-virtual event series running Oct. 2-11.

Prize Fest encompasses the flagship event Louisiana Film Prize and its counterparts Music Prize, Food Prize, and Fashion Prize. The series is presented by the Prize Foundation, whose mission is “to educate, energize, and incentivize the local creative community and stimulate the northwest Louisiana economy.”

The event showcases the talents of the finalists who have much to gain from gaining new fans and followers to the grand prize cash awards at stake.

Prize Fest 2020 will be presented as an all-virtual festival Oct. 2-11, 2020. (Photo: Courtesy Photo/Prize Fest)

The audience gets to go along on their journey as viewers, and the virtual experience offers interactive and engaging elements to put them right in the action.

The COVID-19 pandemic caused

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Tukwila’s Spice Bridge Food Hall helps women business owners turn their restaurant dreams into reality

Light streams through the windows at the new Spice Bridge Food Hall in Tukwila, further illuminating the butter-yellow walls. The air is filled with the scent of grilled chicken kebabs and coffee, but perhaps the best part is the sound of laughter from women chatting.

Kara Martin, program director for the Food Innovation Network (FIN), gestures to the ceiling, remarking on the need to get some sound baffles, but for now the symphony of laughter is the welcome sound of success.

Spice Bridge is the home of FIN’s Food Business Incubator, a program that helps provide women immigrants and refugees in South King County with everything from permit assistance and marketing guidance to rent subsidies and mentoring.

Spice Bridge, a 2,800-square-foot Tukwila global food hall, is home to four retail stalls and cook stations, a commercial kitchen and dining area.   (Erika Schultz / The Seattle Times)
Spice Bridge, a 2,800-square-foot Tukwila global food hall, is home to four retail stalls and cook stations, a commercial kitchen and dining area. (Erika Schultz / The Seattle Times)

FIN is a program

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‘Mexican food as a whole makes everything better,’ Southern-style tacos included

Editor’s note: This story was originally published in June, 2020.

Tacos are everywhere in the United States.

And everywhere they go, argues José R. Ralat in “American Tacos: A History

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20th Anniversary Of Showtime’s ‘Soul Food’ Celebrates Women Behind-The-Scenes

Over the past decade, Hollywood has made strides in gender equality. However, the industry still struggles with securing a significant number of women in behind-the-scenes roles. According to the Boxed In 2019-20: Women On Screen and Behind the Scenes in Television report by Dr. Martha M. Lauzen, the percentage of women directors increased from 15% in 2018-19 to 32% in 2019-20. As far back as 2008, women comprised only 16% of writers, directors and producers. Taking a further look back reveals that in 2000, roughly 11% of director positions were filled by women. Although it has been a slow convergence, change continuously occurs as more women and their male counterparts champion other women within the industry. 

The turn of the century encouraged innovation, a

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Free food and clothing distribution will be held at Newark’s West Side Park on Tuesday

On Tuesday, Sept. 29, the United Community Corp., Unstoppable Girls Foundation and Walmart will team up to serve the city of Newark and host a free food and clothing distribution event. The event will be held at West Side Park, 600 S17th St., Newark, from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Free food packages will be available for pickup courtesy of United Community Corp., while fall clothing for men, women and children will be provided by Unstoppable Girls Foundation and Walmart The Unstoppables Clothing Distribution.

“The United Community Corporation and Unstoppable Girls collaboration event will meet the community’s needs for not only food and clothing but resources for youth programming, energy bill assistance and our emergency shelter,” said United Community Corp. grant compliance manager Alena Minatee. “The collaboration that Unstoppable Girls has developed with Walmart has been able to meet a variety of needs. One of those is clothing assisting families

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