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Those looking to get an education in a celebrated slice of Irish culture can find one on a long mahogany bar in a curved glass at Rí Rá's The Whiskey Room.
Free ride: To combat pollution, France makes public transport free for millions over 3 days
Virginia wine competition returning to 2014 State Fair
2 months after chemical spill, visitors confront concerns about Charleston, W.Va., tap water
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Demand growing for halal food as industry looks for ways to boost standards and products
State and federal inspectors have found several problems over the years at a Delaware dairy facility whose operations were recently halted after a deadly outbreak of a food-borne bacteria.
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Florida teen accused of poisoning teacher's Diet Coke with hand sanitizer; charged with felony
The Centers for Disease Control says that from 2003 to 2012, overall obesity rates remained stable. And there was a big reduction in obesity in children between the ages of two and five.
Idaho hockey fans sue arena over beer prices, saying 'large' cup holds same amount as 'small'
A pair of County Council members on Monday put their support behind a list of recommendations for more healthy food options in MCPS, but the school system is already offering some pushback.
Europe makes a stink about cheese names, seeks to prevent use outside of EU
D.C.'s Penn Quarter expands its restaurant choices with its new Neighborhood Restaurant Group spot, The Partisan.
D.C. will celebrate all things bacon and craft beer this spring with the Bacon and Beer Festival.
Europe wants its Parmesan back, seeks to prevent US, other countries from using cheese names
South Block Juice Company will open in the next few months. The facility will produce the juice served at South Block and will be available for pickup around the area and for home delivery.
A recent study made headlines when it claimed that eating high levels of protein can be as bad for you as smoking. Is this true? How much is too much?
The Maryland House of Delegates wants to make it easier to get a microbrewed beer in Montgomery County.