Harold and Kumar go to the shoe store.
Serious excitement for the first location out West.
Those new veggie burgers aren't going to help much.
"One of these days I'll ask them how they make that hamburger."
That's a lot of burgers.
It will start selling branded K-cups like everybody else these days.
These couples had the ultimate "quickie marriage."
Clearly, Gallagher needs to step it up.
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Eating less may keep you young longer, which probably explains why we feel so ancient.
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"I had a little Jameson and she had some red wine, and we got in a serious West Coast–East Coast debate: Red Vines vs. Twizzler. She was Biggie, I was Tupac."
A man brings legal action against the burger chain when they refuse his request to increase the size of its booths.
Plus: White Castle won't build bigger booths for fatter customers; and Peruvian food could be the next big thing, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: 28 percent of Americans can't cook, and more, in our morning news roundup.
This White Castle is in good hands.
White Castle building may get landmark status, even though it is no longer a White Castle.
A couple ties the knot at a burger chain, while the sandwich franchise opens its 600th L.A. store.
Plus: Mayor Bloomberg's calorie counts kind of work, new bill would make it illegal to mislabel New Mexico's green chiles, and more, in our morning news roundup.