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The Beloved Crumb Brothers Bakery Has Reopened in Logan

When Crumb Brothers Artisan Bread closed its doors this past March, Cache Valley lost a valuable part of its small business community. Co-owners Diane...

Florida Woman Arrested to For Riding a Sea Turtle on Melbourne’s Coast

Although conservation of marine life is a big deal throughout the United States, some Florida residents apparently don’t feel the same way about...

Oakland Zoo Auctions Its Animals’ Art, Raises $13,000

The Oakland Zoo in California recently auctioned off 32 of its animal residents’ artwork, and raised a whopping $13,000 for their conservation p...

Why the CDC’s Study on Kids and Fast Food Is Really, Really Worrisome

Will fast food ever stop being a central part of the average American’s diet? According to a new study from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control...

Oriental Rugs Are Back, According to Designers, and They’re Being Sold in Unexpected Places

Barberry Hill Farm in Madison, CT, is known for hosting weddings throughout the year and selling pumpkins during the fall before Halloween. They also ...

New Report Shows More Drivers Believe Red Car Myth

According to a recent report from USA Today, nearly 42% of Americans think that people who drive cars that are painted red end up paying more for insu...

Medical Marijuana Producer One of Many Competing to Open Proposed Dispensaries in Connecticut

Connecticut Pharmaceutical Solutions LLC (CPS) and its affiliate, the Connecticut Pharmaceutical Research Center LLC, have submitted one of 15 applica...

Philly Prepares for Pope Francis by Stocking Up on Holy Water — And By ‘Holy Water,’ We Mean ‘Beer’

As Pope Francis touches down in Philadelphia, thousands will be flocking to the streets to see His Holiness in one of the most historic U.S. papal vis...

Coca-Cola’s New ‘2nd Lives’ Campaign Gives Plastic Bottles a New Lease on Life

For many, Coca-Cola isn’t just a soft drink brand, it’s a lifestyle. And now, the soda giant’s latest campaign challenges consumers ...