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  1. "Where Should I Dine Tonight?" THR's Restaurant Game Has Your Answer

    9:17 am 9/23/2014

    Find the right L.A. hotspot, no matter your mood Read more

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  2. Where to Eat Now at the Revitalized LAX: The Definitive Guide

    12:51 pm 8/29/2014

    The airport is no longer a fast food wastelandRead more

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  3. Pop-Up Central Perk Coming to NYC to Celebrate 'Friends' 20th Anniversary

    10:20 am 8/27/2014

    Could we be any more excited?Read more

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  4. Rose McGowan Co-Hosts 'Feedie' Dinner At The Standard In Downtown L.A.

    5:20 pm 8/13/2014

    Members of the film, fashion, music and art community broke bread to promote the “first philanthropic food app"Read more

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  5. St. Tropez's Blonde of the Summer Is a Beer, Not Bardot

    4:00 pm 7/22/2014

    The French Riviera village now has its own beer, Blonde of Saint-Tropez — and no, it's not a reference to sex symbol Brigitte Bardot, according to the brew's owner Sarah Redding.Read more

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  6. Comic-Con: Tired of Convention Food? 4 Restaurants Worth Trying

    8:37 am 7/22/2014

    THR offers suggestions for enjoying high-end cuisine while in San Diego.Read more

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  7. Crumbs, Shmums: Cupcakes as Big as Ever, Says Sprinkles Founder

    5:00 pm 7/17/2014

    Charles Nelson, half of the husband-wife team who created the dessert phenomenon, reveals the trade secrets that are growing the company into a global powerhouse.Read more

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  8. CNBC Host-Led Investor Group Will Buy Crumbs

    7:15 pm 7/11/2014

    "The Profit's" Marcus Lemonis and Fischer Enterprises announced Friday evening that they had reached a deal to acquire the cupcake chain less than a week after it shut its doors.Read more

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  9. CNBC's 'The Profit' Host Trying to Save Crumbs

    8:52 am 7/11/2014

    UPDATED: Marcus Lemonis is part of an investor group that's in discussions to rescue the cupcake chain while Magnolia Bakery's CEO says the "Sex and the City"-referenced chain is "a part of pop culture," adding, "we're here to stay."Read more

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