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Five Food Writers Subpoenaed in 'Pink Slime' Lawsuit

FOOD/DRINK | By Regina Garcia Cano | Thursday Jul 31, 2014
Several food writers, including a New York Times reporter, have been subpoenaed by a meat producer as part of its $1.2 billion defamation lawsuit against ABC in regards to the network's coverage of a beef product dubbed "pink slime" by critics.

Men Who Moisturize

GROOMING | By Pier Angelo | Jul 31
The metrosexual, a straight man meticulous about his grooming and appearance - with David Beckham as its poster child - came first, followed by men coming out as bisexuals and more recently by the "Yummies" or Young Urban Males.

Get Ready 2 Go truck in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York.

NYC Uses Food Trucks to Bring Summer Meals to Kids

FOOD/DRINK | By Deepti Hajela | Jul 30
NYC's Depart of Education operates four food trucks to get meals to kids who need them most.

Frederic Remington 1907 painting entitled, "The Story of Where the Sun Goes."

Charles Russell Art Fetches Millions at Auction

HOME | By Martin Griffith | Jul 30
A total of 30 Charles M. Russell works fetched millions of dollars at auction in Reno, with one painting symbolizing the railroad's effect on American Indians drawing $1.9 million and another depicting a Native American chief selling for $1.1 million.

Wood Grilled Tilapia

Red Lobster Goes Vertical

FOOD/DRINK | By Candice Choi | Jul 30
Red Lobster wants to be seen as a purveyor of quality seafood, so it's getting rid of some of its promotional discounts and stacking the food higher on plates, as is the style at fancier restaurants.

Moschino Summer 2015

FASHION | Jul 30
Wondering what next summer's fashions may look like? If you can pull of streetwear without looking like a member of New Kids on the Block, save your paycheck for a piece from Moschino's 2015 spring/summer collection.

Patrick Kelly

Back to the 80s: Patrick Kelly's Legacy Celebrated in Philly Show

FASHION | By David Perry | Jul 29
Fashion designer Patrick Kelly's career was cut short by AIDS, but his innovative fashions live on in a retrospective at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. EDGE looks at the life of the designer and his designs.

George A. Manko waits on customers at his father George Manko's shave ice concessions trailer in Westerly, R.I.

Beach Town's Ban Prompts Battle Over Shaved Ice

FOOD/DRINK | By Jennifer McDermott | Jul 29
A $3 cup of shave ice is at the center of a dispute in this beach town between street vendors trying to stay in business and town officials who say the vendors cause traffic congestion and increase the potential for accidents.

A Man for All (Summer) Seasons: From Swim to Street to Swank

FASHION | By Matthew Wexler | Jul 29
Whether you're getting skimpy at the beach or hosting a sunset cocktail party, dressing for summer is a strategic affair. We say if you've got it, flaunt it.

 "Hot Wheels: The Homer"

Collectible Toys at Comic-Con

HOME | By Derrik J. Lang | Jul 28
When it comes to designing coveted collectible toys for sale at Comic-Con, the sky's the limit for the designers at Mattel.

Classes Aim to Promote Healthy Eating Through Ethnic Cuisine

FOOD/DRINK | By Jay Reeves | Jul 28
Aimed at blacks but open to anyone, the "Taste of African Heritage" classes are sponsored by the Boston-based nonprofit Oldways, which promotes healthier eating through traditional foods.