SO, an Asian fusion restaurant in San Francisco, closed down early on Thursday evening and lashed out at picky customers who reportedly demanded gluten-free cuisine and may have complained about the restaurant’s use of MSG. The owner put up a window sign saying his restaurant didn’t “give a sh*t’ about gluten-free food.
A grand jury in Ontario County, N.Y., decided not to file criminal charges against the Nascar champion Tony Stewart for the Aug. 9 crash that killed driver Kevin Ward Jr.
Ever since I heard reports that brand-new iPhone 6 Pluses had their minuses, I’ve been doing what all responsible people should have been doing: drinking pinot noir while trying to avert disaster.
A nuisance ordinance has been put in place, one that enables the city to fine any business owner with regular violent acts at their establishments.
The recent campaign to silence conservative radio legend Rush Limbaugh is led by ten liberal activists engaged in a more than four-year long effort to destroy Limbaugh by targeting his advertisers, including a Media Matters executive vice president.
Under the new rules, households will be fined $1 (£0.61) if their rubbish bins contain more than 10% food waste, and businesses and apartment buildings $50.
A Peruvian author is claiming Disney plagiarized the story from her autobiography, “Yearnings of the Heart” – not from Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale, as the company has said – and she wants her money.
A waitress turned author claims she received two generous tips of $1,000 on two separate occasions from conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh — but she couldn’t find it in herself to keep the “blood money.”
Hundreds of students walked out of classrooms around suburban Denver on Tuesday in protest over a conservative-led school board proposal to focus history education on topics that promote citizenship, patriotism and respect for authority, in a show of civil disobedience that the new standards would aim to downplay.
Documents released Wednesday including search warrant affidavits and a lengthy evidence inventory provide details of both the drug raid that left one Killeen police officer dead and another injured and of the crime scene investigation that followed the deadly shooting.
The officers were looking for drugs, yet none were found in the home. There was some questionable paraphernalia, but nothing indicative of drug dealing- or anything damning enough for a reasonable person to feel the need to take an officers life.
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