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thanks for the memories
Indiana Pizzeria That Refused to Cater Gay Weddings Has Closed for Good
The owners of Memories Pizzeria were reportedly “simply ready to retire.”
After a Beloved Restaurateur Was Deported, His Customers Moved On
Roberto Beristain’s shocking deportation made national headlines. Now a Washington
report finds that his town has largely forgotten him.
Two Midwest Towns Are Locked in a Vicious Fight Over Their Pierogi Festivals
The Whiting Pierogi Fest is displeased with the Edwardsville Pierogi Festival’s name.
Deported Restaurateur’s Wife Says She Regrets Voting for Trump
“I should have listened closely to those debates.”
ICE Deported a Restaurateur the Obama Administration Had Authorized to Stay
The owner of Eddie’s Steak Shed had challenged the order before a judge, but then ICE hauled him to Juárez.
the chain gang
Is a 94-Year-Old McDonald’s Worker’s Story Heartwarming or Mildly Distressing?
She vows she “never plans to leave.”
74-Year-Old Arrested for Giving His Church Congregation Pot Cookies
Six people were hospitalized after experiencing the “adverse effects.”
nothin' but meats
The Meat Expert Rethinking One of the World’s Most Ancient Food Traditions
Curing and smoking meats are time-honored techniques, and Smoking Goose aims to offer something entirely new.
Chain Fires Manager for Giving ‘Best Butt’ Award
The owner tells employees to expect more sexual-harassment training.
A Lesbian Couple Used Their Receipt to Confront a Sexist Chef
“Don’t tell lesbians they need a man on Valentine’s Day.”
Food Truck Specializing in Popcorn and Sex Toys Forced to Close
The owner said he offered food because “you gotta have something afterwards.”
Subway Allegedly Fired a Worker for Being HIV-Positive
The manager’s logic was, reportedly, “What if you cut yourself?”
Thanks For The Memories
An Anti-Gay Pizzeria Got Tricked Into Catering a Wedding for Two Men
“Memories Pizza, you broke your cherry.”
People Have Donated Over $500,000 to the Anti-Gay Indiana Pizzeria’s
Some 17,000 donors think it’s a worthy cause.
Anonymous Indiana Restaurateur Admits to Discriminating Against LGBT Customers
“They can have their lifestyle and do their own thing in their own place.”
Tiny Indiana Town Despises Oreo for Sending Them Lots of Tiny Cookies
“Why in the world would they ship out one mini cookie is beyond me.”
Michelle Obama Visits Inglewood; Should Sugar Be Regulated?
The First Lady was in town to support the opening of a Northgate Gonzalez Market location.
Makes Way for Restaurants; Blue Bottle Rising
Plus Super Bowl blue laws and more, all in our morning news round-up.
Jamie Oliver Makes Criminal Employee Confess; Starbucks Going Lo-Cal
The Naked Chef does some detective work and a mega-coffee chain seeks to get fit.
The Other Critics
33 Club Fails To Rock; A Burger To Defeat Kuma’s
Plus: Jam does magical things to the oft-maligned meal of brunch; steak in a castle
Financing for Local Farmers; Organic Goes Private Label
Plus: Greenpeace takes on Trader Joe’s; the Cheesecake Factory slows expansion