Flavor Flav took over on an airplane’s loud speaker to promote his take-out restaurant. It happened on a Southwest flight from Burbank to Las Vegas Thursday during the aircraft’s final descent. Flav grabbed the intercom intercom and addressed the entire plane. He addressed the passengers, attendants and pilots before capitalizing on the opportunity for some free advertising […]
The desire to eat meat has posed an ethical question ever since humans achieved reliable crop production: Do we really need to kill animals to live?
To meet the future of retail banking, cross Moi Avenue into the rougher part of downtown Nairobi, pass the Chicken Spot restaurant and squeeze between four stalls selling counterfeit mobile phones, and you’ll reach a door and behind it a tiny room containing a hat stand, a wall calendar, a strip light and a desk. Patrick Maina’s offices don’t look like a bank, his bank Safaricom doesn’t sound like one, and Maina doesn’t appear at all like a banker: 38 years old, he likes his suits iridescent and his head shaved; his manner is friendly and modest
When I took the step of calling out my own ethnic tradition last week for making bad food, I neglected to point out how may of my co-religionists have adopted other culinary traditions. Some of us like Chinese food best
It cost him billions and nearly caused a panic It had to be a Texan, of course. Who else could head a small investment group that loses $1 billion on paper in a single day and still has perhaps $2 billion left after that?
At 70, he is plagued with eye cataracts, and his office is the cluttered corner of a Zionsville, Ind. farmhouse, which he claims was once used as a chicken roost.
It’s just before noon on a Tuesday, and despite the rain, a few dozen schoolgirls in white uniforms and navy cardigans are milling about the 7-Eleven on Tong Chong Gai, a bustling Hong Kong side street of restaurants and cafs. A few of the teenagers grab chocolate milk and sushi rolls from the open chiller