America’s First Gourmet Restaurant for Dogs Just Opened

Makes total sense to spend your money like this, since dogs are such notoriously picky eaters.  America’s first gourmet restaurant for dogs just opened in San Francisco.  The name of it is the French word for “mastiff,” it’s called “Dogue“.  (It’s pronounced like “dog”, but if a snooty French person said it.) It opened on September 25th and

Good News: Lost Cats, Old Carburetors, and Heroic Dads

Here are a few more good news stories making the rounds. 1.  A 17-year-old girl in Florida is running her own auto-shop out of her parents’ garage, and hired five other girls to help out.  It’s called Riley’s Rebuilds.  They break down carburetors people mail in, rebuild them, and send them back.  They do it after school

How Much Exercise Does It Take to Burn Off a Pumpkin Spice Latte?

Earlier this week, we heard about a study in England that involved listing the amount of exercise you’d need to burn off food items, in addition to listing the calorie count.  So that got us thinking, what would the exercise label look like on fall’s most popular beverage, the Pumpkin Spice Latte? Here’s the breakdown .

7% of People Claim They Remember When They Said Their First Words?

There’s some new research out that says that eating or smelling food you ate when you were a kid can “unlock” memories from when you were younger.  That got people talking about their earliest memories. In a new poll, people were asked how old they were in their earliest memory, and 20% of people said they were

There’s a New Beer That Was Made to Pair with White Castle Burgers

It only took 100 years, but White Castle is finally being honored with its first beer, sort of.  The Evil Genius brewery out of Philadelphia set out to create a beer that would pair perfectly with White Castle burgers, “cutting through the satisfying taste of beef and savory onions.” The result is a limited-edition beer

Good News: Long-Lost Siblings, “MisCOWculations”, and a 107-Year-Old War Hero

Here are a few more good news stories making the rounds. 1.  A 20-year-old in Oregon named Iverson Poff was adopted, and always hoped to track down his family someday.  But instead, they tracked him down.  His brother found him on Instagram and got in touch.  And within 24 hours, Iverson was already on a flight

A Fancy Restaurant Hired a “Grape Feeder” with “Gorgeous Hands”

Did you ever dream of becoming rich so that you can have someone feed you grapes, directly into your mouth?  Or have you ever wanted to be the person who feeds people grapes? A fancy restaurant in London was looking for a “grape feeder” who would feed customers grapes, and they actually put out an