I made my escape from Billings psychotic weather this past weekend (if Billings weather were a person it would be wearing a hockey helmet and live in a rubber room) and took advantage of the great one-way rates to Los Angeles
People love candy: The average American spends $84 on and consumes about 23.9 pounds of the sweet stuff each year. With all that money and attention, you'd think it would be hard for a candy product to fail. Not true. Many candy products come and go without much notice. Here are 10 variations of popular candies that many people don't realize ever existed.
Like it or not, fall is here, (pretty much, let's not get technical about it, okay?). We all know what that means -- hot apple cider, digging out your sweaters from the back of the closet, and people going on and on about how much they love pumpkin spice lattes.
A night out at a restaurant offers the perfect break from the rigors of cooking and cleaning at home. Who doesn't love going out for a nice meal? The waitstaff is who, especially when you prove to be a pain in the butt.
We don't know how true this is but this picture has been floating around on Facebook. The restaurant Sava Italiano has shut their doors for good and it seems like someone posted a strange 'goodbye' message on their front door.
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