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Wine Train Issues Apology to Booted Black Women

By Kristin J. Bender | Aug 26
The Napa Valley Wine Train issued an apology Tuesday to a book club that includes mostly black women who said they were booted from a tasting tour because of their race.

Study Finds Brits Are Clueless When it Comes to Food

By EDGE | Aug 26
Brits think bananas are produced in the UK, are unsure as to whether apples grow on trees or not and the majority have no idea where kale comes from, new research shows.

Feast Portland: The Best of the Northwest

By Heather Cassell | Aug 25
Feast Portland celebrates the best culinary offerings of the Northwest from Sept 17-20. EDGE also offers some insider tips on where to eat any time of year.

Watch: Ted Cruz Inspired to Talk LGBT Rights with Ellen Page

Aug 25
Ellen Page, who came out as gay last year, got into a heated back-and-forth with Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz at the Iowa State Fair. The surprise attack had the politician caught with his mouth full.

Why Ordering Takeout May be the Healthier Alternative

Aug 25
The new issue of Shape magazine looks at what it calls "Take Out Nation." The article says many time-saving meals can be healthier than home-cooked food.

Sazerac & Other Cocktails in New Orleans: 10 Years After Hurricane Katrina

Aug 24
This is the second in the series of videos showcasing the improved aspects of New Orleans and how far the city has come in the past ten years since Hurricane Katrina.

Gelato World Tour Announces Flavors Vying for 'World's Best'

By EDGE | Aug 23
The ninth stop of Gelato World Tour (GWT) is about to land in Tokyo, which will become for three days, starting on 4 September, the new Gelato-Capital of the world.

New Orleans Restaurants: 10 Years After Hurricane Katrina

By EDGE | Aug 22
This is the first in the series of videos showcasing the improved aspects of New Orleans and how far the city has come in the past ten years since Hurricane Katrina.

Mastering Boston's Bar Scene

By Laura Grimmer | Aug 21
Boston may be known for its beer (Sam Adams anyone?), but America's revolutionary heartland is in the throes of a wine and cocktail resurgence, with Master Sommelier Brahm Callahan leading the charge.

Coffee Linked to Lower Risk of Colon Cancer Deaths

Aug 20
A new study finds colon cancer patients who drink several cups of coffee a day have lower risk of cancer returning.

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