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  • Shaq left another void in Orlando _ the fun-loving, goofy superstar

     
    Imagine what could have been had Shaq and Penny Hardaway _ remember him? _ formed an NBA dynasty that could have been a great as Jordan-Pippen or Magic-Jabbar....
  • Why Doesn't McDonald's Food Decay? Blame The Fat

    Why Doesn't McDonald's Food Decay? Blame The Fat
    An art experiment in which photographs of McDonald's food was shown to not decay over the course of a year started some who enjoy the occasional Big Mac or golden fries. New York photographer Sally Davies left a McDonald's cheeseburger happy meal,...
  • 1 in 3 is obese - even the homeless

    1 in 3 is obese - even the homeless
    Obesity is a widespread epidemic, even among the homeless. While the popularized image of a homeless individual is one of skin and bones, a new study shows the reality is not so. One in three (32.3%) homeless individuals in the United States is obese,...
  • Report: Man pelted McDonald's worker with food

    Another Big Mac attack. Todd Rogers, 30, is accused of reaching through a drive-thru window at a McDonald's to poke a worker before throwing a bag of his food, hitting her head, reports the St. Petersburg Times. Deputies found the drunken Holiday...
  • McMouse on menu? Ex-employee claims to capture video of rodent rummaging through Big Mac buns

    McMouse on menu? Ex-employee claims to capture video of rodent rummaging through Big Mac buns
    A former employee of a Philadelphia McDonald's says he captured a mouse scurrying inside a bag of Big Mac hamburger buns in a cellphone video, Fox 29 reports. Karruim Demaio, who worked at the West Oak Lane fast-food restaurant until this month, says...
  • SNERD - September 27, 2011

    Tony Talks Classic crooner Tony Bennett stirred it up last week with some controversial comments concerning possible U.S. "blame" in the downing of the Twin Towers in New York. But I've "over-Snerd" from people close to the "I Left My Heart In San...
  • McDonald's Gets Its Own TV Channel -- Good Idea/Bad Idea?

    McDonald's Gets Its Own TV Channel -- Good Idea/Bad Idea?
    Traditional TV, the kind you watch in your living room, was great for 50 years or so, but now it could use some improvement. There are too many channels to watch. The shows last too long. Most of all, if you're in the midst of a viewing session and you...
  • Josh Ozersky's "The Hamburger"

    riting an ode to a single food is a road studded with pitfalls. If you go too granular, your narrative is derailed by obscurity. If you're too generalist, you sink into a morass of cliche. Which is why, with the hamburger—and there is no more...
  • 'Stuffed: An Insider's Look at Who's (Really) Making America Fat' by Hank Cardello

    In the fight against obesity, parents are shoving vending machines out of schools and state governments are falling over each other trying to legislate trans fats out of restaurants. Hank Cardello, a former food industry executive with Coca-Cola and...
  • Burger King launches beef-scented body spray

    Looking to beef up your mojo this holiday season? Burger King Corp. may have just the thing. The home of the Whopper has launched a new men's body spray called "Flame." The company describes the spray as "the scent of seduction with a hint of flame-...
  • Dramatist Donald Margulies sees the stage in a fresh light

    Dramatist Donald Margulies sees the stage in a fresh light
    More than a quarter century ago, the critic Robert Hughes called the public's response to Modern art "the shock of the new." The role of art was to stimulate ideas, provoke thought, challenge ways of seeing. Today, we are experiencing a different,...
  • My Dad, the illegal immigrant

    Millions of Americans point to Ellis Island as the place where their family was first introduced to the United States. Others trace their ancestry to ships that dropped anchor centuries ago in New England. Still more greeted Lady Liberty by way of...