This season, there's been nary a discouraging word said about Broncos QB Peyton Manning, who's on one of the most spectacular runs in NFL history. But the medical journal Pediatrics is an exception to this rule. A new study just shared in the publication evaluates athlete endorsements in food market ... More >>
Marketing stuff to kids is pretty easy -- which is why the government prevented tobacco companies from doing it -- even subtly, supposedly accidentally -- a few years back. McDonald's Happy Meals are the latest to feel their knuckles rapped by this particular ruler -- the obesity epidemic am ... More >>
If you didn't snag a ticket to tonight's shochu-tasting dinner at Elway's, don't weep in your Wheaties. You have other other culinary options this evening, including a grape-stomping and -grilling dinner at Strings (1700 Humboldt Street) that sounds like a perfect prelude to the weekend. The Stri ... More >>
Frosted Flakes Gold Kellogg's Rating: Two spoons out of four Cereal description: Amber flakes made of corn, rice and wheat and baked to an ultra-hard consistency. You could practically pick a lock with them. But a mystery remains: Where's the frosting? I mean, they couldn't call them Frosted Fla ... More >>
Come to Big Papa's for great baby-back ribs.
Weavers swap yarns and views at the International Fiber Arts Conference.
Spicy Basil serves good food in a space with bad karma.
From the week of July 17, 2003
How I Learned to Love Kimchi
If Michael Jordan suits up again for the NBA, will that suit his fans?
Forget the gold. Olympians can be swimming in a million bucks.
Sam Hamm writes great scripts. So why do they rarely get made?
Tiger, Tiger, still burning bright.
International Mr. Leather Bruce Chopnik wants to tell the world: It's a new day for gays and Coors.
AN UNSUSPECTING VETERINARIAN AND HIS ANIMALS GET CAUGHT UP IN A BIBLICAL DEBATE.