A Michigan mother says she found a live worm inside her son's Capri-Sun juice pouch last week. And despite what you see in the video below, in which the worm can be seen wriggling inside a plastic bag, Kraft Foods says it can't be sure the object in question isn't just mold without testing it in a l ... More >>
Today, the cookie sandwich known as the Oreo turns one-hundred years old, and for the millions who routinely enjoy its near-perfect and seemingly un-screw-upable taste (I prefer the Double Stuf variety straight from my freezer), it's just as awesome today as it was on March 6, 1912, when the company ... More >>
What happens when not one but two soap operas are canceled on the same day? The Earth shakes on its very foundation and giant worms from its core rise to the surface, making slaves of all mankind forever. They are replaced by equally ridiculous (but cheaper to produce) programming. Whee -- TV is ... More >>
By Lilia Menconi I've always given myself a big, fat pat on the back for being somewhat self-aware. Usually, I can admit to my flaws without too much of a problem. So here's a little confession: I grew up in the suburbs and I'm a consumer. I can't help it. I'm comfortable in mundane environments an ... More >>
Joke band returns. No joke.
Portugese sensation crosses genres and the Arizona desert
Phoenix's gay burlesque troupe's starring at a mega-lesbian-fest beside the ladies' pro golf championship. Could fortune and fame be next?
A couple hours from Phoenix, tens of thousands of Mexicans work on maquiladora assembly lines for $1 an hour, making the toys and tools of American convenience. Critics say the maquila system lets U.S. corporations maximize profits on the backs of Third W