Blaze Pizza will open its fifth Chicago-area location in Evanston (1737 Sherman Ave.) this Thursday.
The payment company is partnering with Pizza Hut to create a prototype car that can order and pay for takeout right from the driver's seat. Can waiters on roller skates be far behind?
Man, 2015 sure is a bust! Where are our flying cars and instant pizzas and self-effacing robotic butlers, right? WRONG! The future is here and it's ridiculously awesome (albeit more than a little disconcerting).
This great city will never be in short supply of places to enjoy cheese-topped dough cooked in an oven, such is New York's obsession with pizza. Each month brings a bounty of new spots vying for pie supremacy; here are a few of our favorites from the latest crop of pizza purveyors. [ more › ]
Improv Everywhere — the same organization behind "No-Pants Subway" — jumped aboard the E train yesterday to hand out free pizza slices. (Why the E train? Because apparently it's the cleanest of all MTA trains.) The men, wearing classic red-and-white uniforms, boarded at Spring Street, and kept the greasy slices flowing for quite a while. Show More Summary
“I try to support what few record and book stores survive, and I still mourn the closing of Driggs Pizza in Williamsburg, where on our first date, my wife and I shared a few of the most exquisite pesto-enhanced grandma slices Brooklyn ever conceived. But I also like living in a city that moves to […]
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You will not believe your eyes, I swear to the pizza gods.
BARCELONA - These days, it's not hard to order a pizza — you can do it over the phone, through an app, or even on your Xbox. But still, some dream of a future in which ordering a pizza is always just one click away At the Mobile World...Show More Summary
This episode on Pretty Little Liars, Alison is presented with a plea deal selling out Hanna, Spencer has a single normal day in London, Aria and Ezra finally break up, Emily imprints upon a pizza receipt, and the trap 'A' has set for Hanna finally springs. Looks like Hanna and Alison are about to spend a lot more quality time together.
Think pizza is the food of all American people? You're not wrong—we're obsessed with it. But pizza companies seem to prefer throwing their dollars at conservative causes.
Did you know that there are lobbyists for the important, quintessentially American cause of…pizza? Every part of the industry from family-owned pizzerias to companies that sell mass-produced frozen pizza sheets destined for school lunch trays has people schmoozing members of Congress on its behalf. Show More Summary
One more way to order pizza. New Apple Watch details have started trickling out in advance of next week's big rollout event, and it sounds like one of the first things you'll be able to do with your shiny new wrist computer is order food from Panera Bread. Show More Summary
Protect the slice. How did America get to the point that it's possible to order pizza from a car, or from a watch? You can thank Washington, D.C.'s all-powerful "pizza lobby." There's a big Bloomberg feature spotlighting this exact topic, and how the pizza lobbyists are working to fight nutrition rules and menu-labeling laws. Show More Summary
Online shopping is moving to a new frontier, and it starts with pizza. Pizza Hut, Visa and Accenture are teaming up to test a system that lets you order and pay for your pie from your car, the companies announced Monday. Visa is demonstrating a proof-of-concept car at the ongoing Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Here's how it works: Visa's […]
We're now in an age when cars can park themselves, you can 3-D print a bar of chocolate and you can text your fridge to ask if it's time to buy more beer (LG Home Chat). So it was only a matter of time before someone developed a way to order pizza in traffic, with the touch of a...
File this one under: “Huh? I guess.” Some enterprising soul has decided to rewrite passages of the Bible to be about Tombstone Pizza instead of God, Jesus, and whatever other holy stuff is in there. The Book Of Tombstone is a TumblrShow More Summary
I’m halfway out the door already: Police in a New Hampshire town are rewarding residents for good behavior by issuing them with tickets that are good for free pizza and French fries. I repeat: FREE PIZZA AND FRENCH FRIES. Winter has been tough in Farmington, N.H., so the police department thought it might be nice to make people happy for … [More]
I’m going to give away the greatest prize in the universe to one lucky reader. A YEAR SUPPLY OF FROZEN PIZZA. Red Baron contacted me asking if I wanted to give this away. With zero hesitation, I was like hells … Continue reading ?
Pizza is big business in America. So it's only natural that everyone's favorite salt delivery device has a lobbying group spending money to influence politics. Big Pizza spent about $1.5 million in the last two election cycles, which is really no surprise. What might surprise you is that pizza is so partisan: 88 percent of that money went to Republicans. Read more...