New York TimesChris Soules, who rose to fame as a star on the reality television series “The Bachelor,” was arrested by the authorities in Iowa after they said he fled the scene of a crash that killed one person.
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Fox News on Tuesday confronted additional allegations that minorities who worked in the network’s payroll division were subjected to years of verbal abuse and “plantation-style management” by high-ranking white executives. In the first of two race discrimination lawsuits filed in New York, 11 current
Nick Offerman of the NBC hit comedy series "Parks and Recreation" will be the University of Illinois' commencement speaker.
The actor, humorist, author and woodworker is a native of Minooka, Illinois and a 1993 graduate of the university's theater program.
In "Parks and Recreation," which also starred Amy Poehler and Aziz Ansari, Offerman portrayed the government-hating character Ron Swanson.
The university hinted at Offerman's selection with a series of tweets last week, when speculation about former President Barack Obama being commencement speaker was circulating.
In replies to questions from Twitter followers, the university at first tweeted video outtakes of Obama.
What I’ve been seeing on spring cocktail menus are not your garden variety drinks. Except, well, they are garden variety drinks. Literally.
From flower-infused syrups to floral liqueurs to petal garnishes, flowers are a growing trend in the cocktail world. They gussy up the glass and scream “spring!” in a way that a rogue olive or lime wedge just can’t do.
Besides looking lovely, flowers can also impart unique flavors.
An expanded lawsuit filed Tuesday accuses Fox News Channel of racial discrimination "that appears more akin to Plantation-style management than a modern-day work environment." The lawsuit, filed in state Supreme …
When I heard that New Saigon changed owners, I was afraid. I was very afraid. After all, this is one of the best Vietnamese restaurants in town and home to DIY spring rolls before DIY was even an acronym-gleam in anyone’s eye.
So I did what any other normal, red-blooded New Saigon fan would do — I called the restaurant over and over until the new owner reassured me that no, the recipes won’t be changing and yes, I can still get the make your own spring rolls.
Brother-sister team Bao and Mai Vu bought the restaurant from long-time owners Thai Nguyen and Ha Pham at the beginning of April.