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Strange Brew: Making Beer with Boston River Water

Sep 16
Who wants to drink that dirty water? Some of New England's leading breweries will compete Oct. 1 to see who can turn the questionable water of Boston's Charles River into the tastiest suds.

PMS Diet: Eight Do's and Don'ts

Sep 16
Dr. Christopher Calapai, D.O., a Manhattan Osteopathic Physician board certified in family medicine, and anti-aging medicine. He shares with us 10 do's and don'ts for getting through PMS as pain free as possible. 

Jesus and Beer: Religious Groups Combine Faith, Cold Brews

By Carrie Antlfinger | Sep 15
Angela Caddell started struggling with her Christianity 14 years ago when she came out as gay. But a gathering at a bar to talk faith over a cold beer once a month is helping her feel more connected to her religion.

Bottoms Up: Jim Beam Opens Cocktail Bar at Distillery

By Bruce Schreiner | Sep 15
The bar's open at Jim Beam's flagship distillery, where some customers shared a round with the great-grandson of the brand's namesake.

Young Chocolate Entrepreneurs Emerge From Ivory Coast

By Christin Roby | Sep 15
Dana Mroueh is among an emerging group of chocolate makers who are trying to show this steamy West African country that it can take more control over its cocoa industry, from bean to bar, and win over the local market.

Young Chocolate Entrepreneurs Emerge in World's Cocoa Leader

By Christin Roby | Sep 15
An emerging group of chocolate makers are trying to show Ivory Coast that it can take more control over its cocoa industry, from bean to bar.

Value of Oprah's Stake in Weight Watchers Down $116 Million

Sep 14
Oprah Winfrey's big investment in Weight Watchers has paid off so far, but her Midas touch could be in question given the company's recent struggles.

Bar Cars Return to East Coast Commuter Trains

By Dave Collins | Sep 14
Railroad cars equipped with bars for serving alcohol are returning to commuter trains running between New York City and Connecticut, restoring a tradition dating back 50 years.

The British Are Coming: 3 Essential Cookbooks From Across the Pond

By April Stamm | Sep 14
Sweets and savories, chops and chocolate, tarts and tenderloin, the Brits are making a splash this season with cookbooks on everything from dainty teacakes to massive feats of butchery.

Big Food's Biggest Trend? Crusading Against Big Food

By Candice Choi | Sep 13
Marketing trends are changing the way the industry's giants talk about themselves.

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