By Chris Crowley The Pacific bluefin tuna's situation is so bad in part because 90 percent of those caught in 2013 were too
The truck can reportedly go through 100 of them per day at big festivals, but co-owner Babbe Hengeveld says she still sometimes
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By Eva Hill and Cait Munro Despite the indisputable convenience of the Keurig, the ubiquitous one-cup coffeemaker has received
As the tides of history and gender change, it would be easy to assume that men -- recently unseated as the dominant intellects
Westworld presents the viewer with a multitude of threads to tease out, a dozen pressing questions to search for clues in the little dissonances from week to week.
[Telegraph] In the near future, humans will laugh about their poor ancestors who had no choice but to eat with basic, outdated
For Rebecca, perfectionism is a blessing and a curse. It has allowed her to climb to the top of her field, but it left her so miserable that in the show's pilot, she fled New York City to pursue her summer-camp ex-boyfriend in West Covina, California.
America's favorite fleecewear outfitter, Patagonia, has released a beer to help stop climate change.
For reasons no one can explain, curly fries never get their due. A staple of pool-club snack shops, bowling-alley concession counters, and each of Arby's 3 zillion locations, this relic of late-20th-century cuisine has somehow eluded the culinary anthropologists
Americans have now started to adapt the ingredient beyond recognition, essentially reducing it to the level of pumpkin spice. Matcha has hit its saturation point, and it's time to dial it back.
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A Maryland company called Stiff Bull has invented an "all-natural herbs coffee" that it claims can improve men's libido and sexual performance. The coffee is, ahem, "enhanced" with herbs from the jungles of Malaysia like guarana, maca root, and tongkat ali.
Experts tell the Associated Press the report's findings are "a wake-up call" to the seafood's plight, and also to the fact that lobster fishermen have it worse than anyone really thought.
Being able to see 1 million colors -- as most of us can -- seems pretty great. Until you find out that there are people like Maureen Seaberg in the world who can see 100 times that.
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