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  • Businesses fearing NFL trademark issues find Super Bowl by any other name just as good

    It is the game that must not be named — at least not without permission. For most people, the game Sunday between the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks is the Super Bowl. But for many business owners, it's simply the "big game" or "game...
  • Whole Foods promises Englewood store will be affordable

     Whole Foods promises Englewood store will be affordable
    For years Whole Foods has been called "Whole Paycheck" because of the prices of some of its merchandise. But the grocer insists its products will be affordable when it opens a store in Englewood next year. Company executives pointed to the success of...
  • Council candidates field tough questions at forum

    Council candidates field tough questions at forum
    At the second forum for City Council candidates in Burbank's upcoming primary election, hopefuls faced pointed questions on development and their backgrounds before a near-capacity crowd at Woodbury University Wednesday. One question they all agreed...
  • Energy companies fight proxy access

    PITTSBURGH Not long after New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer said in November that he would file identically worded shareholder resolutions with 75 companies seeking the right of shareholders to nominate corporate directors, many of those...
  • Freebie Friday: Free pizza, $5 off deli, dining deals for Super Bowl weekend

    Freebie Friday: Free pizza, $5 off deli, dining deals for Super Bowl weekend
    Happy Freebie Friday! Ready for the big game on Sunday? Score a free pizza from Papa John's, snag free gift cards and savings on deli platters at Publix, pocket $5 off meat and deli at Target and Publix and touchdown for free eats and treats at...
  • Whole Foods says it has no plans to open in Lake Forest

    Whole Foods says it has no plans to open in Lake Forest
    After a developer withdrew his proposal for a major shopping center anchored by Whole Foods, it's unclear whether the high-end grocery store will come to Lake Forest under a different development scenario. Facing opposition from neighbors and city...
  • Scrapple has many sources

    Scrapple has many sources
    Recent recalls on pet food have driven some pet owners to cook for their pets. But is this really what's best? Experts say that while some believe homemade fare would be safer for their furry friends, the food you make could actually be more harmful. Pets...
  • 'Empty Bowls' events help to fill bellies of Palm Beach residents

    What's happening: Empty Bowls Mark your calendar: Feb. 13 and Feb 14 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Where: Feb 13 at Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea, 141 S. County Road, Palm Beach; Feb. 14 at West Palm Beach GreenMarket, 401 Clematis St., West Palm...
  • New Whole Foods in Willowbrook promises upscale experience

    With a new Whole Foods Market patterned after the chain’s flagship location in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood, Willowbrook may well become the go-to suburb for an upscale supermarket and dining experience in late summer. The...
  • Try these simple steps to beat rising food costs

    The Kiplinger Agriculture Letter expects food prices across the board to increase 2.5 percent in 2015. However, there are ways to keep the cost of groceries under control. Follow these steps to keep your food bills under control: 1. Stock up during...
  • Lawsuit alleges Wegmans' bread not fresh

    Lawsuit alleges Wegmans' bread not fresh
    New Jersey consumers are taking Wegmans and Whole Foods to court because they are fed up with claims that the grocers' "made-in-house" bread is actually made from scratch on-site. NJ.com reports that "a group of New Jersey consumers has gone to court...