Owners Danny and Olga Turner talk about opening Pushkin's on Capitol Avenue, an evolution of their 29th Street Pushkin's Bakery. The new spot will serve brunch all day. (Video by Blair Anthony Robertson)
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The Butterball Turkey Talk Line launched in 1981 to help home cooks make turkeys for Thanksgiving. The hotline has helped 50 million people so far. Supervisor Marjorie Klindera shared what it's like to work on the hotline (with a few fun facts). ▪ Butterball Turkey Talk-line: 800-288-8372