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  • TV Review: 'Food Fighters'

    As fresh as last week's leftovers, NBC's "Food Fighters" is the TV dinner of culinary competitions. Featuring elements recycled from so many similar shows, most of them on cable, the eight-episode summer series might as well be dubbed "IronMasterTop...
  • Entertainment One Buys Unscripted Producer Paperny

    LONDON -- Entertainment One has acquired Paperny Entertainment, a producer of unscripted television content in North America. Deal, which was inked with partners David Paperny, Cal Shumiatcher and Audrey Mehler, will see eOne ramp up its activity in...
  • My Bucket List Of Things I Never Want To Do: No Jumping Off Of Anything

    I have been working on my bucket list. This is not a list of things I want to do before I die. This is a list of things I don't want to do before I die. Jumping off anything higher than a curb is at the top of my list. I have no idea why people want...
  • Kid-friendly vacation ideas: Ropes course, schooner, water parks

    Kid-friendly vacation ideas: Ropes course, schooner, water parks
    If you'd like to know where your kids want to go this summer, just ask them. Sixty-three percent of U.S. parents say their children influenced where the family went on summer vacation, a 2014 Portrait of American Travelers report says. Before anyone...
  • Tallest water slide in the world is set to open Thursday in Kansas

    Tallest water slide in the world is set to open Thursday in Kansas
    After several months of delays, Verruckt, the world’s tallest water slide, is set to open Thursday in Schlitterbahn water park in Kansas City, Kan. At a little more than 168 feet high, the ride is taller than New York’s Statue of Liberty. It...
  • 'Game of Thrones' ends; David Tennant returns

    'Game of Thrones' ends; David Tennant returns
    UPDATED: The "Game of Thrones" season finale, a dazzling return by David Tennant and the NBA Finals are among the weekend's top offerings: What to expect from "Thrones"? HBO supplied this preview: "An unexpected arrival north of the Wall changes...
  • NBA Finals, World Cup, Hillary Clinton, 'Duck Dynasty': This week

    NBA Finals, World Cup, Hillary Clinton, 'Duck Dynasty': This week
    In a week when the NBA Finals and the World Cup will consume many hours, viewers also will get Hillary Clinton, "Duck Dynasty" and a Jane Fonda tribute. How's that for variety? The NBA Finals: The Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs meet in Game 2 at 8 p....
  • Adam Richman seeks 'secret' Chicago

    Adam Richman seeks 'secret' Chicago
    UPDATE: Richman’s show has been pulled by Travel Channel, reports The Washington Post.   TV host Adam Richman wants to give viewers the "keys to the culinary kingdom." Well, the keys to his culinary kingdom, which are decidedly not royal....
  • Q&A: Bizarre Foods' Andrew Zimmern

    Q&A: Bizarre Foods' Andrew Zimmern
    This is an edited interview from Zimmern’s appearance at Sunday’s Printers Row Lit Fest. Q: You’ve dined in Chicago more than most out-of-towners. How would you describe our food scene to someone unfamiliar? A: In the last 10 years,...
  • Adam Richman's 'Man Finds Food' postponed after #Thinspiration Instagram comments

    The Travel Channel has postponed the premiere of Adam Richman's new show "Man Finds Food" shortly after the television host got into an Instagram brawl over the hashtag #Thinspiration. The show, which follows Richman on his quest to find hidden food...
  • Building the perfect Chicago hot dog

    Building the perfect Chicago hot dog
    Of all the regional foods out there, the one that's mystified me the most is the hot dog. Yes, hot dogs have deep roots in Chicago. A version was served during the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition; they were popularized on countless street carts...