These days, everyone is on a health kick. It’s a new year, and of course people’s resolutions are to be healthy. People start going to the gym again, throw the processed junk food out and replace the food in their refrigerators with all things organic. People want to start off the new year right, help […]

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“Nerds,” the new musical about Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, tells the story about their rise as technology geniuses and how these two brilliant men eventually revolutionized our culture from the “floppy disc era to the iPhone phenomenon.” The show will open on Broadway in April, with preview performances slated to begin on March 31. […]

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Have you ever thought about how much the world’s most expensive meat costs? If you have, I’m sure you never thought it could be worth four figures. Sixth generation Frenchman Alexandre Polmard is one of the most exquisite butchers and sells the most unique and expensive meats. Polmard’s family founded its business in 1846, and […]

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Scientists and researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology decided to build a time capsule that would last at least 1,000 years in 1957. They didn’t use the typical materials like wood or copper, but rather glass that would be sturdy enough to withstand all the elements. Glass is incredibly stable compared to materials like […]

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Pet owners in Taiwan are ditching the classic haircut for their dogs. The new trend is grooming your dog in geometric shapes like squares and spheres. Elise Hu of NPR went to watch Mo Ming Fung, who owns his own grooming shop, turn a furry white Bichon into a square. The process starts with a […]

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After an E. coli outbreak among its eateries in Seattle and Portland, Oregon, Chipotle made the executive decision Tuesday to close 43 of their restaurants. According to health officials, 12 people in the Portland area, and 25 in Washington State got sick after eating at Chipotle. According to Bloomberg Business, there have been no deaths, […]

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E-cigarettes, a very recent phenomenon, are like the classic cigarette with a couple of changes. Most importantly, they’re electronic, but they don’t contain tobacco. Instead, they contain a fluid, which has nicotine. When the fluid heats up it creates vapor that is then inhaled. Initially thought to help smokers wean off cigarettes, recent studies have […]

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Khushbu Shah, a writer for Eater, says, “Urban Outfitters has long been a mecca for millennials with disposable income to spend on pricey beanies, records and floral rompers that should have probably stayed in the ‘90s.” The store has taken hipster style and made it more conventional for the average, trend-seeking young person. Because of […]

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A Massachusetts start-up called Steem finished their two-year-in-the-making, caffeinated peanut butter. The new concoction is made with green-coffee extract, natural agave sweetener and all-natural peanut butter. By combining these ingredients, the caffeine of the green coffee bean mixes with the fat of the peanut butter to make this one of a kind spread. The beauty […]

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The New York Times published an article Wednesday on Amy Schumer’s memoir book deal with Simon & Schuster. Back in 2013 Schumer had the opportunity to sign with HarperCollins, but in the middle of signing conveniently decided to back out of the deal. She used the excuse of being too busy to continue working on […]

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