Manresa Freshens Its Website; Two Celebrities Get Food Poisoning

• Manresa has just spiffed up its online presence with a new website. Goodbye, Blogspot. [Manresa]

• A new knife shop, offering sharpening services as well as knives, has recently opened at Bush and Jones. It’s called The Town Cutler. [Chron]

• A recap of the recent ‘Go for the Goat!’ festival at Rockridge Market Hall, and a discussion of why goat meat is oh so trendy. [Ethicurian, Earlier]

Waterbar is quite friendly to dogs, and so Mr. Bauer brought his dog Sheba there over the weekend. Also, he’s “impressed [with] how good Waterbar has become.” [Between Meals/Scoop]

• Selena Gomez was hospitalized over the weekend, allegedly for “food poisoning and exhaustion.” Sheesh, Bieber, go easy. Bizarrely, Jennifer Hudson allegedly contracted food poisoning as well. [MTV UK, Third Age]

• Speaking of food-borne illness, many of the E. coli sufferers will need kidney transplants or will have to undergo dialysis for the rest of their lives. [Local Germany]

• And while we’re on the topic of contamination, Taiwan destroyed 2.3 tons of beverages that contained the plasticizer DEHP, which “could cause future reproductive problems for boys.” [WP]

• Meal Snap, a new app that counts calories in pictures of food, works partly with the assistance of people who identify the food shots for two to five cents a pop. Sounds more fun than data entry. [WSJ]

Manresa Freshens Its Website; Two Celebrities Get Food Poisoning