Six days post-Tacolandia is, maybe, more than enough rest to prep for the return of the largest gathering of street food purveyors in the Southland on Saturday, June 29. Returning to the Rose Bowl, this year's fest has been pushed a month up, meant to avoid the sweltering heat of July as experienced ... More >>
Bolstering our claim once more that L.A. is America's douchiest city are the results of a survey today that show Los Angeles is also the least-honest metropolis in America.
Yep, we did it. After coming in as the second least-honest town last year, L.A. tops or, rather, bottoms this year's list from ... More >>
Could organic food give you good health but a bad attitude? A study published May 15 in the journal of Social Psychology and Personality Science says that people who are exposed to organic foods are more likely to have judgmental thoughts and feelings, Fox News reports. (And they should know.)
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GQHonestly now, L.A.Vegas? Well, Vegas douches are just Angelenos on vacation. Jersey? That's not a city. Miami? Too good-looking to be douches. We've said it before: L.A. is the douche capital of America.
Honest Tea's annual publicity stunt in which it sets up pop-up kiosks with its produc ... More >>
Last week Maryland-based organic tea company Honest Tea brought its unmanned, pop-up "Honest Stores" to L.A., gauging Angelenos' propensity for (or against) bottled tea thievery. The results, revealed by hidden cameras located throughout the Honest Stores, revealed what we knew, but perhaps hoped wa ... More >>
NBC ChicagoHonest Tea's "Honest Store"
Despite our downfalls, we'd like to think we draw the line when it comes to stealing. To test this theory -- and the honor system -- try heading to Maryland-based organic tea company Honest Tea's unmanned pop-up "Honest Stores," loaded with one dollar b ... More >>