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Sofia Vergara Is Being Sued By Her Frozen Embryos

Somebody also named them "Isabella" and "Emma." [ more › ]

Grand Junction’s Bin 707 Foodbar Add Two Restaurants

Taco Party and Dinner Party are coming up next year Josh and Jodi Niernberg, Bin 707 Foodbar owners, will open Taco Party and Dinner Party, two new ventures in early 2017. Set in Downtown Grand Junction, the side by side 50 seat each...Show More Summary

Bay Area rain sparks car crashes, flight delays and some flooding

Bay Area rain sparks car crashes, flight delays and some flooding Multicolored umbrellas and yellow slickers brightened an otherwise gray and cloudy Bay Area Thursday as residents tried to seek cover from the rain that was heavy enough...Show More Summary

What my daughter understands about the Comet Ping Pong story that some adults apparently don’t

Last Friday night, I took my two kids to the local pizza place. My daughter, who is 6, and my son, who’s almost 3, had cheese pizza, chocolate milk, meatballs and breadsticks. After they ate, we went to the back to play ping pong and listen to the jukebox (my daughter wanted Katy Perry, my […]

Report: Sea Levels Surrounding NYC Could Rise A Full Foot By 2030

The sea levels surrounding the New York metropolitan area have risen a foot since 1900—and, due to our rapidly changing climate, could rise another foot in less than 15 years, according to a new report by the Regional Plan Association. [ more › ]

Comet Ping Pong Launches Fundraising Page

The GoFundMe includes raising money for increased security, lost wages, and more [ more › ]

Women in media urge a defensive stance following Trump's election

President-elect Donald Trump cast a shadow on the 37th annual New York Women in Film and Television's Muse Awards gala luncheon on December 8. The awards show recognizes and celebrates the... To view the full story, click the title link.

Eleven retail chains have left New York City this year

Eleven retail chains vanished from New York City this year, according to the Center for an Urban Future's newest "State of the Chains" report. New York's high rents and increasingly tightfisted... To view the full story, click the title link.

Today's Top 5: Thursday

Here are the five best events going down in Charlotte and the surrounding area today, Dec. 8, 2016 as selected by us folks at Creative Loafing. • Trans-Siberian Orchestra at Spectrum Center • Pothead Party at Mama's Caribbean Grill • Shiprocked at Snug Harbors • Holly & Tinsel at Armour Street Theatre in Davidson • Improv Comedy 101 at Wet Willies

Where to Eat on Christmas Eve in Seattle

It falls conveniently on a Saturday this year Christmas Eve traditions are all over the place. Some people gorge on takeout and good/bad movies, while others devour seven courses of fish in a spectacular feast. Hell, some people warm...Show More Summary

North Face Tells Customers Not To Wander Around Muni Tunnels In Video Showing Customer Doing Just That

Seriously, don't try this. But check out how cool it looks, and then maybe buy some products? [ more › ]

Nick Walrath, attorney and MIT grad with brilliant future, among victims of Oakland fire

After completing highly sought-after clerkships at the U.S. Court of Appeals and the U.S. District Court in San Francisco, attorney Nick Walrath had his choice of law firms to join in the city. When he signed with the litigation boutique...Show More Summary

The 28 Best Concerts in Seattle This Week: December 12-18, 2016

16 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Stranger Things To Do Staff It's colder outside right now than whatever the glacial version of hell is, but it's not raining, which means you have no excuse not to roll down the sparkling skating rink that is now your alleyway and into one of our local music venues for some body-warming tunes. Show More Summary

House Envy: Sterling Hall is like a smart home version of a European Castle

This Normandy-style estate combines grand architecture with resort-level amenities.

David Chang’s Bringing Fuku to the Financial District

It’s only a matter of time before he takes his fried-chicken concept national.

David Chang's Fuku Chicken Chain Is Moving Downtown

David Chang—who rivals Danny Meyer in the Busiest Restaurant Guy In NYC category—is apparently cruising into the Financial District in a big way, opening an outlet of his Fuku fleet in the neighborhood. The FiDi Fan Page, a FacebookShow More Summary

SantaCon 2016 Will Drunkenly Dash Through These Lucky Neighborhoods Saturday

A few months ago, SantaCon announced on their website and social media that this year's events would take place in Williamsburg, right in the heart of the West Bedford Meatpacking District. But it seems the neighborhood wasn't the right...Show More Summary

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