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Anthony Bourdain Watches the Sun Rise Over Coffee and a Double Order of Bacon

“Waddled into the hotel and had a Negroni in the garden before collapsing into a meat coma that lasted nine hours.”

Actor Rich Sommer Eats Skittles by the Fistful and Carefully Weighs His Dipping-Sauce Options

“I avoid the chocolate, flirt with the mustard, and make love to the cheese.”

Walmart Workers Refuse to Make ‘Racist’ Cake for Police Officer’s Retirement

The officer’s friends are now demanding a boycott.

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Blue Ribbon Bakery Kitchen Closing After 20 Years in the West Village

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A Failed Shark Tank Contestant Wants You to Peddle This Hamburger–Hot Dog Hybrid

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Alcohol’s Health Benefits May Have Been ‘Grossly Oversold’ by Industry-Funded Research

Experts claim that argument “has really fallen apart in the last couple years.”

 

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