• Marc Jacobs Apr 24

    Ohio State, Marc Jacobs Come to Truce Over Trademark of ‘THE'

    Ohio State University—pardon, The Ohio State University— said Friday it had reached an intellectual cease fire with fashion brand Marc Jacobs regarding their trademark battle over the word “THE,” NBC News reports. The university said an agreement filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office will allow both parties to use “THE” on their products until the office makes “further rulings” on the...

  • Chef Jun 3, 2019

    Perdue Recalls Over 31,000 Pounds of Chicken Strips, Tenders and Nuggets

    Perdue Farms, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, has recalled 31,703 pounds of ready-to-eat chicken products, including gluten-free chicken nuggets sold under their Perdue Simply Smart Organics brand. Announced in a news release Friday, the recall applies to Perdue’s Simply Smart Organics refrigerated gluten-free breaded chicken breast tenders, refrigerated whole grain chicken breast strips, and refrigerated whole grain...

  • social media Feb 4, 2019

    An Instagram-Famous Egg and Hulu Shed Light on Mental Health

    An Instagram famous egg is taking a crack at discussing mental health. In a 30-second long Hulu episode released on Super Bowl Sunday, Eugene the egg appeared with cracks fracturing his shell to discuss organizations people can contact when they’re mental health is in jeopardy.

  • Donald Trump Nov 24, 2018

    California Billionaire Tom Steyer Makes Moves Toward 2020 Presidential Run

    California billionaire Tom Steyer made another move this week toward launching a potential 2020 presidential bid with an announcement that he’s planning to return to early-voting South Carolina next month for an event in Charleston.

  • California Jun 12, 2018

    Whatapancake? Pancake Castle? Rival Restaurants, Industry Analysts React to IHOP Name Change

    The International House of Pancakes, commonly referred to as IHOP, created a social media frenzy last week, when it announced intentions to change its name to “IHOb.” But customers had to wait until Monday to find out what the “b” represented....
    The restaurant changed its Twitter handle to “@IHOb” and opened an IHOb restaurant in Hollywood, California. It also debuted a...

  • NBC Feb 17, 2016

    ‘Police Academy', ‘Punky Brewster' Star George Gaynes Dies

    George Gaynes, who played Commandant Lassard in the “Police Academy” movies and the grouchy foster dad in the 1980s sitcom “Punky Brewster,” died on Monday. He was 98. Gaynes’ daughter, Iya Gaynes Falcone Brown, confirmed his death to The New York Times. On “Punky Brewster,” which ran on NBC from 1984-86, Gaynes played Henry Warnimont, a widower who finds abandoned...

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