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  • Big Gay Ice Cream to open first L.A. shop downtown

    Big Gay Ice Cream to open first L.A. shop downtown
    New York's Big Gay Ice Cream is opening shop in downtown Los Angeles this spring. Hello, Speculoos soft-serve, Salty Pimp chocolate-dipped ice cream cones, Newyorkina paletas and ginger-curry milkshakes. After two successful Los Angeles pop-ups in the...
  • Self-cleaning dishware in the works: Way to go, science!

    Self-cleaning dishware in the works: Way to go, science!
    Washing dishes is the least fun part of any dinner party. Even if you have a dishwasher, the time it takes to rinse the plates, load and unload could be better spent downing a martini with friends.  A Swedish design firm called Tomorrow Machine has a...
  • Move over Hello Kitty, Sanrio's newest character Kirimi-chan is a salmon fillet

    Move over Hello Kitty, Sanrio's newest character Kirimi-chan is a salmon fillet
    Sorry, Hello Kitty, there's a new kid on the block, and she's already got a big head.  Kirimi-chan is the latest character to join Sanrio, the Japanese lifestyle brand behind Hello Kitty. But she isn't a teddy bear, a cute cat or a furry friend of any...
  • 3D printed chocolate objects: Hershey partners with 3D Systems

    3D printed chocolate objects: Hershey partners with 3D Systems
    Some day, the Hershey chocolate you eat may come in all sorts of weird shapes and sizes. The Hershey Co. this week announced it has agreed to a multiyear partnership with 3D Systems, a company known for building a 3D printer capable of creating...
  • Hershey's spreadable chocolate: The new Nutella?

    Hershey's spreadable chocolate: The new Nutella?
    What could make a chocolate bar even better? Being able to spread it on just about everything... including your fingers. The Hershey Co., the brand behind Hershey's, has launched a new line of spreadable chocolates. And one of the varieties looks an...
  • Robin Williams, rest of cast let insanity loose on 'The Crazy Ones'

     Robin Williams, rest of cast let insanity loose on 'The Crazy Ones'
    Robin Williams cried when he found out that his new show, "The Crazy Ones," which premiered this fall on CBS, got picked up for a second season. At least that's the way his co-star Sarah Michelle Gellar tells it. Sitting in her trailer late last year...
  • Nestle to release new Butterfinger peanut butter cups

    Nestle to release new Butterfinger peanut butter cups
    The battle of the peanut butter cups is officially on, with Nestle versus Hershey. Nestle plans to release a Butterfinger peanut butter cup next year, starting a whole new candy feud for the world's candy cup connoisseurs to indulge in.  The candy looks...
  • Ready, set ... eat!

    FILL up on the vegetables. Skip the pumpkin pie, or at least the whipped cream. Forgo the gravy; go really, really easy on the stuffing. And just say no to alcohol, because wine and liquor is not only calorie-laden, it's apt to set off a damn-the-...
  • Emmys 2013: The case for Jon Hamm

    Emmys 2013: The case for Jon Hamm
    When judging acting performances, Emmy voters aren't considering seasons or story arcs or multiple episodes or whether the actor ignored/embraced them the last time they found themselves at the valet station together. At least, they're not supposed to...
  • Rainforest Action Network to PepsiCo, General Mills: Stop killing orangutans

    Rainforest Action Network to PepsiCo, General Mills: Stop killing orangutans
    The Rainforest Action Network, an organization that campaigns for the world's rain forests, is on a mission to rid your snack food of what it calls "conflict palm oil." And it's naming some of America's most popular snack food companies, including Pepsi,...
  • A stay at cheese-makers' ranch is a tasteful testament to local color.

    We awoke to the bleating of sheep. My husband and I and our 23-month-old daughter, Evelyn, startled, got up and, bleary-eyed, made our way outside. This vision greeted us: golden hills, graceful old oak trees and, beneath them, in the paddock across...