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Krispy Kreme adds two coffee-flavored donuts

Krispy Kreme adds two coffee-flavored donuts
Yum-yum! Krispy Kreme has added two new doughnut flavors: Mocha Kreme and Caramel Coffee Kreme.
Read more Feb 18 2014, 12:23am CST

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Phil Mickelson Drank $40K Bottle of Wine Out of Claret Jug

Source: Big Government

After Phil Mickelson took one step closer to winning the career Grand Slam when he won the British Open last year, he celebrated by drinking a $40,000 bottle of wine out of the Claret Jug.  According to Golf Channel, "one of his friends dumped a bottle of 1990 Romanee-Conti – a $40,000 wine – in the oldest trophy in golf." “One of the things that I stressed is that we have to treat the claret jug with reverence and respect that it deserves and only put good stuff in it,” Mickelson ...
Full article at: Big Government Jul 14 2014, 10:59pm CDT

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Study: Stress May Have An Impact On Infertility

Source: CBS Philly

By Ian Bush PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Wanna-be moms now have science on their side when it comes to their need to de-stress. The takeaway of the recent study in the journal Human Reproduction: “Stress can have an impact on infertility,” says That’s Dr Larry Barmat, an OB/GYN at Abington Memorial Hospital. Inordinately high levels of stress — say, suffering from anorexia — can prevent ovulation entirely. But this research considered more ‘everyday’ tensio ...
Full article at: CBS Philly Jul 14 2014, 9:30pm CDT

Cool Air Invades Eastern US Next Week – Is It The “Polar Vortex”?

Source: CBS Philly

By Kate Bilo PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A lot was made about the Polar Vortex this past winter. It gained massive amounts of traction as a hashtag on Twitter and appeared in articles all over the web as a new phenomenon. The only problem with that is that the Polar Vortex has always existed, spinning away in the desolate poles, with nobody really paying it any mind. Until last winter. The Polar Vortex is either reveling ...
Full article at: CBS Philly Jul 11 2014, 3:48pm CDT

From deep fried bacon to 'gator on a stick, a half million visitors will eat their way through the Bite of Seattle food fest next week

Source: Seattle Business Journal

One of the rites of a Seattle summer – the annual Bite of Seattle food festival at Seattle Center - is slated for July 18, a week from Friday. And, willpower or no, the calories will add up. For this 32 nd Bite of Seattle, some of the offerings from more than 60 restaurants taking part include a Krispy Kreme bacon cheeseburger; a Chubbs Burger made of hand-pressed Angus beef, tempura fried bacon and cheddar cheese; bacon-wrapped corn dogs; deep-fried stuffed shrimp wra ...
Full article at: Seattle Business Journal Jul 10 2014, 8:15am CDT

Target Canada takes to YouTube to apologize for pretty much everything

Source: Canadian Business Online

In the world of corporate mea culpas, we’ve seen plenty from companies in the wake of calamities like recalls, contaminations, and privacy breaches. But it’s rare to see one like this video, posted by Target Canada last week, apologizing for, well, pretty much everything. (One notable exception being this 2009 viral hit from Domino’s Pizza). Target has been plagued with difficulties since its launch in April 2013—check out our timeline of Target’s first ...
Full article at: Canadian Business Online Jun 17 2014, 10:30am CDT

Catch Him If You Can

Source: CBS Charlotte

As I was watching Martin Kaymer boat-race the field and blitz Pinehurst #2 in the U.S. Open like no one EVER has, the one thought that kept going through my head was, “Can we please introduce him to some HARD games for him to play?  I mean, this whole golf thing appears to be past him and I’m starting to become concerned he’ll become bored.” Wait…that’s it!  That may be the only way anyone can catch him…his own boredom. Before ...
Full article at: CBS Charlotte Jun 14 2014, 6:17am CDT

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Man Gets 25 Years For Strangling Girlfriend In 2012

Source: CBS2 Chicago

CHICAGO (STMW) – A man who admitted to strangling his girlfriend in his Pilsen apartment in 2012, then tried unsuccessfully to kill himself, was sentenced to 25 years in prison Tuesday. Angel Santiago was working as a truck driver for Krispy Kreme in January 2012 when he got jealous after learning from text messages on her phone that Antonia Berrios, 33, had a new boyfriend, the Sun-Times reported at the time. After killing her — and failing to kill himself — on Jan. 24, 201 ...
Full article at: CBS2 Chicago Jun 4 2014, 8:03am CDT


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