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  • Potbelly IPO: Shares up as much as 141% in $105-million debut

    Investors keep gobbling up food IPOs, with Potbelly Corp. surging as much as 141% in its market debut Friday, even after pricing above expectations. In its $105-million initial public offering, the Chicago sandwich chain and its shareholders sold 7.5...
  • Children rally around dad with Alzheimer's

    Children rally around dad with Alzheimer's
    Irrepressible best describes 9-year-old Bradley Garner, whose enthusiasms range from baseball to gardening, trees and driverless cars. More reserved, his older sister, Frankie, 12, pursues similar interests in softball and nature, along with music...
  • Extreme pumpkins: Is a 1,985-pound pumpkin just too big?

    Extreme pumpkins: Is a 1,985-pound pumpkin just too big?
    The biggest pumpkins in the world keep getting bigger. This year the largest pumpkin at the annual Pumpkin Weigh-Off in Half Moon Bay, Calif., weighed in at 1,985 pounds -- bigger than any pumpkin in the contest's 40-year history. Still, it was not...
  • No need to fall out of cycling as season changes

     No need to fall out of cycling as season changes
    It's last call for a fall bike ride. Want to belly up to the bar? If the weather takes a warmer turn and you're in the market for a final ride before putting your bike away for the winter, consider these options — a city mouse/country mouse pair...
  • Encino farmers market is a top choice for fresh produce in the Valley

    Encino farmers market is a top choice for fresh produce in the Valley
    The 19-year-old Encino farmers market is one of the two best in the San Fernando Valley, because of its large size and quality, and its preponderance of farmers over prepared food. It's on a par with Studio City, which the manager, Carole Gallegos, ran...
  • Stacy Keibler opens up about Lifetime’s “Supermarket Superstar”

     
    About a decade ago, you might not have pegged Stacy Keibler as the host of an amiable food-competition show on Lifetime. Back then she was using her slamming body to body slam her way through WWE Diva-hood, but has since transitioned to slightly less...
  • Should I be feeding my toddler organic foods?

     
    Q: Many of my friends are feeding their toddlers only foods that are labeled “organic” or “whole.” These foods are very expensive, and I wonder if they are worth the additional cost. I don't feed my 2-year-old son junk foods and...
  • 2011 was a year of exciting home projects; 2012 promises lots in home and garden

    2011 was a year of exciting home projects; 2012 promises lots in home and garden
    Even though 2011 was a down year for the housing market, it was an up year for housing events in Hampton Roads. February through November, southeastern Virginia was the scene of three nationally recognized homes, as well as the Peninsula's own Parade...
  • A hearty pumpkin soup

    A hearty pumpkin soup
    One of fall's many pleasures is rich, velvety pumpkin soup. Apples add a nice hint of sweetness to this recipe, which is easy to put together. This comfort soup is satisfying yet low in fat and cholesterol, and high in potassium. Tips: To cut a pumpkin,...
  • Oregon farm stay gives travelers a peek into rural life

    Oregon farm stay gives travelers a peek into rural life
    ALSEA, Ore. - Paco is a miniature Sicilian donkey - one of many endearing souls guests encounter when staying overnight at Leaping Lamb Farm, in Alsea. "Farm stays," as they're called, are popping up at a growing number of farms, ranches and vineyards in...
  • Celebrity traveler: Chef Cindy Wolf's appetite for Paris

    Celebrity traveler: Chef Cindy Wolf's appetite for Paris
    Where does a highly acclaimed Baltimore chef like to escape when she has the opportunity to temporarily hang up her apron? If you are Cindy Wolf, there's no better place than Paris. As often as possible, Wolf sneaks away to "the world's best food city"...