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Will Cheese Tea Take Off in the U.S.?...
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Fromage lattes are popular in Asia, but are they worth all the fuss?

If I were a tourist, emerging out of the 7th Street/Metro Center subway station in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles for the first time, I'd immediately duck into Little Fluffy Head Cafe, a brightly colored tea shop five blocks

Divining With Tupac, Erykah Badu, and Billie Holiday...
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How a punk-rock musician — with help from the filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky — created a tarot deck thats all about Black Power.


The first thing the legendary Chilean-French filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky said when Arish Khan arrived at his Paris apartment was “Show me your cards.” He was

The Coolest Tour Guide in L.A. Is a Bald Millennial With a Bushy Mustache...
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Adam Papagan conducts offbeat sightseeing excursions themed around Hollywood, O.J. Simpson, and now, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills...

Here’s a shocker you’ll learn if you take the new Real Housewives of Beverly Hills driving tour: a lot of it is actually not filmed in its namesake city.

More People Are Becoming Sugar Babies Because of the Government Shutdown...
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It took 35 days for President Trump to sign the bill ending the longest government shutdown in U.S. history. During that time, around 800,000 federal workers missed paychecks, had hours cut, or worked without pay. Families and individuals struggled financially to make ends meet as weeks dragged on

Remembering The Boston Molasses Disaster 100 Years Later...
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On January 15, the city memorialized the centennial of one of its weirdest tragedies.


On January 15th, 1919, a 50-foot-tall steel storage tank of hot, fermenting molasses burst in Boston’s North End. The explosion sent out a deluge of the viscous sweetener that covered the historic

Snooping Around Nicolas Cage’s San Francisco House...
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Could I learn more about my favorite actor by poking around his old Victorian mansion?

I know a lot about Nicolas Cage. I know, for example, that he has a fondness for flamboyant jackets. He’s worn zebra-striped blazers on dinner dates and gold leather coats to movie premieres. He strolls through

Driving Around the U.S. Inside the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile...
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For one year, recent college graduates can work their buns off for the hot dog empire. Heres a firsthand account of what thats like from a former Hotdogger...

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