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Changes at NRN, Lawry's Lawsuit Settled, Honors For Bruni

PRINT MEDIA—Next year, the print version of Nation's Restaurant News will go from weekly to bi-weekly, according to food editor Bret Thorn. The editorial side will get a change too: "...the content will be less news and more awesome analytical stuff — not too long, but smart — as well as an easy-to-use news synopsis in the front of the book." [NRN]

LAWSUITS—The Lawry's steakhouse chain will pay more than $1 million to settle a federal lawsuit that claimed it barred men from waiting tables. [AP]

EATER BOOK CLUBPublisher's Weekly has released its picks for the best books of the calendar year, and at the top of the nonfiction honor roll is Frank Bruni's memoir. Ferran Adria's Food for Thought, Thought for Food also got a spot on the same nonfiction list, while cookbook standouts Ad Hoc, Momofuku, Lidia and Gourmet Today all notched places on the "Lifestyle" list. [PW via Eat Me Daily]