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Month: August 2018

10 Dishes with Chef Erik Ramirez

August 31, 2018

After a shift, what is your favorite guilty pleasure to eat? Well it depends where Im at. But if Im at Wu-Tang. Did you grow up cooking as a kid? Not really. What cookbook is your go-to resource for inspiration? Thats a tough one. Lately its been500 Aos de Fusin by Gastn Acurio. No Reservations. […]

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It started as a hobby. Now they’re using DNA to help cops crack cold cases

August 31, 2018

(CNN)In a dizzying span over the past few months, some of the nation’s most frustratingly unsolvable cold cases have suddenly been, well, solved. This type of detective work isn’t allowed on the big genetic testing sites. On its website, 23andMe openly states that it “chooses to use all practical legal and administrative resources to resist […]

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The Wild Inner Workings of a Billion-Dollar Hacking Group

August 31, 2018

The Fin7 hacking group has leeched, by at least one estimate, well over a billion dollars from companies around the world. In the United States alone, Fin7 has stolen more than 15 million credit card numbers from over 3,600 business locations. On Wednesday, the Justice Department revealed that it had arrested three alleged members of […]

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Mary-Kate And Ashley Olsen Give Rare Joint Interview About Sisterhood

August 31, 2018

secret twin language rocked Fashion Week in February, so it’s been just a New York minute since we’ve heard from the famously private pair. But in a Despite their “emphatically independent” adult lives, Ashley likened their relationship to “a marriage and a partnership” that has experienced its normal share of “ups and downs.” Jamie McCarthy via […]

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How Ikea Caters to Local Tastes Around the World

August 31, 2018

Ikea’s blue-and-yellow stores are instantly recognizable: iconic, monolithic and now, as India's first store throws open its doors to the masses, operating in more than 400 stores in some 50 countries. But while every branch of the world's largest furniture retailer has that most unmistakable whiff of flat-pack conformity, regional differences do exist — not least […]

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20 Tangible Effects Entertainment Has Had On Our Culture

August 30, 2018

Cracked pays people to make smart memes. Visit the Photoplasty and Pictofacts Workshop to get in on it. Entertainment is always influenced by the world around us. The thing is, sometimes it goes the other way, and a movie, show, game, or whatever will have a big influence on the world. And we’re not just […]

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British Millennials Try American Candy For The First Time, But Their Teeth Just Weren’t Prepared For It

August 30, 2018

People generally tend to prefer what they know and what they’re used to, and this is particularly true when it comes to food. If you were raised on a diet dominated by vegetables, the chances are you will enjoy eating the green stuff when you’re an adult. It’s just the way it works. It kind […]

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