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Tech Companies Continue to ‘Innovate’ With New Tap-Water Subscription Service
Reefill charges a monthly fee for access to glorified water fountains.
The Everything Guide to Bottled Water
Assessing the latest options in the H20 aisle — alkaline, boxed, Ice Age–era. Plus: A tasting with Adam Platt.
Mary Jane Weedman,
Drip Drip Drip Drip
Rejoice: New York’s Servers No Longer Have to Ask Permission to Pour Your
Drinking tap water just got a whole lot easier.
EPA Considers Making Tap Water Cheaper for the City
Mayor Bloomberg: 1; expensive tap-water-production methods: 0.
Quote of the Day
Why we rejected the tap and turned to the bottle.
Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne Use Food to Stay Sexy; Decaf Gets Its Due
Chocolate sauce finds its way into a famous rocker’s bedroom and a maligned coffee is being considered more carefully.
Manager Accused of Meth-Making at Sonic; Western Chefs Cook with Cannabis
While a Sonic employee is accused of using the restaurant to make drugs, chefs in Denver and Southern California are proud to put pot in their dishes.
Riverside’s Tap Water Named Second Worst; A
Riverside has a reason to worry at the tap and Teresa Giudice has a new project.
Michael Bauer’s Food Allergies; Video Love for Tap Water
Save State Money With Tap Water
A petition seeks to stop state spending on bottled water.
A study of bottled water finds that certain brands (Wal-Mart’s, for one) contain small levels of some of the same pollutants that exist in tap water.
Sell It to the Tourists
You can now pay extra for that minerally, old-pipe taste.
A Magnolia Bakery for Midtown; Is Tap Water Safe?
Where to eat tacos in the Hamptons, a new casual restaurant at the U.S. Open, and more, in our morning news roundup.