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  • Randy's Wooster Street Pizza Named 'Top 10 Family Restaurant'

    Randy's Wooster Street Pizza Named 'Top 10 Family Restaurant'
    Parents and children have been flocking to Randy's Wooster Street Pizza for years, thanks to its whimsical kids' menu, game room and collection of Hot Wheels toy cars. Now the restaurant has been honored for its atmosphere and food, recently nominated...
  • Bourdain, Ripert Play Devil and Angel in Hartford Appearance

    Bourdain, Ripert Play Devil and Angel in Hartford Appearance
    The title of the show, "Good vs. Evil," seemed fitting enough. TV personality, author and former chef Anthony Bourdain is known for his biting, caustic and often profane wit; French chef and culinary star Eric Ripert is stylish and urbane with a...
  • At Doogie's, A Farewell To The Big Dog

    At Doogie's, A Farewell To The Big Dog
    It’s been featured on the Travel Channel’s “Man v. Food” and recognized by “Every Day with Rachael Ray” magazine. But now the two-foot hot dog that put Doogie’s on the map is no longer. The legendary hot dog is a...
  • Around the remote: Television picks for Nov. 23-29

    DON'T MISS: The 88th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Marching bands, cheerleaders, clowns, celebrities and giant balloons that, thankfully, are way more bloated than our bellies. The holiday spectacle returns in all its festive glory as the three-...
  • 'Eat,' Greenspan,' 'Chug' take small bites out of food genre

    'Eat,' Greenspan,' 'Chug' take small bites out of food genre
    There is no getting around food, the fun necessity, the allowable indulgence, the forgivable sin, and more than ever a national pastime. What is travel but going really far out to eat? Naturally, it is all over television, the programs, like the food,...
  • Exhumation approval in 1948 lovers' lane slayings gives hope to activist

    Exhumation approval in 1948 lovers' lane slayings gives hope to activist
    After 15 years of investigating an unsolved double murder in Oregon, Ill., restaurateur Mike Arians' last hope is to exhume one of the victims. Now, Arians has a judge's approval to take that step. On Wednesday, he displayed a Winnebago County court...
  • M2 Pictures in downtown Hampton to host tours Friday

    M2 Pictures in downtown Hampton to host tours Friday
    M2 Pictures, a TV show production firm in downtown Hampton, is celebrating the grand opening of its new studio in the 100-year-old former post office building on Friday. The 8-year-old company produces shows for the Discovery channel, National...
  • Attractions for your holiday bucket list

    Attractions for your holiday bucket list
    We like TravelChannel.com’s list of top holiday attractions for its blend of activities near and far. Our fave (of course), Dublin’s “12 Pubs of Christmas.” The site’s editors relied on a panel of experts to compile its...
  • HGTV, Food Network Help Scripps Networks Eke Out Slight Profit Gain

    Scripps Networks Interactive said increases in advertising revenue and affiliate fees helped drive a 1.8% increase in net income largely attributable to performance at its Food Network and HGTV. The Knoxville, Tenn., company said advertising revenue rose...
  • U.S. Virgin Islands Lure Multiple Film Shoots

    Although it has no conventional tax incentives or rebates, production in the U.S. Virgin Islands is coming on strong after the economic downturn. "Since 2009 we have done over $20 million in business," says Steve Bornn, development manager, Film USVI....
  • See you time travelers in the future � or the past

    To keep my finger on the pulse of America, I'm always keeping up with travel trends. Luckily, there is no need to actually talk to anyone anymore to do this. You just click on Google Trends to see what's hot in the way of search terms and queries....