POP CULTURE

cereal

Cardi B Wants Credit for the Creation of Lucky Charms Frosted Flakes

She is demanding 2 percent of sales generated from the cereal.
Mayukh Sen
1.8.18
MUNCHIES Cookbook

Meet the Illustrator Turning Chefs into Pop Art

Imagine drawing a night out instead of 'gramming it.
Nick Rose
11.7.17
POP CULTURE

Supermarket Bans Sale of Kiwis After Harry Styles Slips On Stage

The ban will only affect those under the age of 25.
Nick Rose
11.3.17
POP CULTURE

This Bar Turned Into Moe’s from ‘The Simpsons’ for Halloween

Meticulously curated props include a cardboard cutout of Moe, a Kent Brockman news feed, and a lot of 'Flaming Moes.'
Nick Rose
10.26.17
POP CULTURE

This Instagram Account Documents the Food Porn of 'The Simpsons'

"It allows Simpsons fans to have small nostalgia trips whilst gazing at Springfield’s finest dishes."
Nick Rose
6.15.17
Candy

Don't Meth with Albuquerque's 'Breaking Bad' Candy Lady

Debbie Ball created the original crystal meth props for the hit AMC show out of sugar, and now fans flock to her shop for their very own dime bags of "Blue Sky."
Jean Trinh
4.11.17
POP CULTURE

Meryl Streep Pairs Nicely with Food on 'Taste of Streep'

We spoke to Samantha Hoecherl, the creator of this brilliant Instagram account, to find out what inspired such an absurd—yet somehow fitting—pairing of food and Streep.
Nick Rose
3.21.16
restaurant industry

Julia Roberts Must Save Mystic Pizza from Its Cruel Owner

The world-famous—OK, film-famous—eatery known as Mystic Pizza has been stiffing its employees for years, paying them less than minimum wage and not properly compensating them for overtime. We need Julia Roberts to step in and fight the good fight.
Alison Stevenson
10.1.14
Scanwiches

The Rob Ford Bender Guide to Toronto’s Best Sandwiches

You have probably heard of Rob Ford, the mayor of Toronto. After his strange appearance in a sandwich shop recently made the internet rounds—plus his rehab check-in yesterday—I wanted to track down Toronto's late-night sandwiches.
Jon Chonko
5.1.14
Fat tv

Musso and Frank Grill Is Better Than Anything In Hollywood

At Musso and Frank Grill, the martinis are dry, the steak is perfectly charred, and the history is pervasive. It's the best restaurant in Hollywood because it's so un-Hollywood. No wonder <i>Mad Men</i> loves it.
Richard Parks
4.25.14