Tuesday, October 19, 2021



NFL news: Steelers’ Roethlisberger out for Week 4 with broken finger; QB who says he was ‘physical’ with WR calls him a ‘grind’

By Sweeny Murti, for NJ Advance Media for NJ.com We’re now back in October, and that means we’re once again dealing with things happening way in advance of Week 4. Here are a few

Top tips for getting more caffeine into your life

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Celebrating the spring thaw - which is kicking off next week - is always a good idea Wednesday marks National Coffee Day - a day to thank us

‘Cheesy’ Pizza: Which? launches inquiry into Tesco ‘misleading’ pizzas

Image copyright Nick Clarke Image caption The dish on sale in Nestlé warehouses is higher in fat and salt than that on sale in the shops Consumer group Which? has launched a probe into

Three Reasons Why It’s Hard to Resist Signing Up for a Credit Card

Photo What looks like efficient, dutiful discipline, seems even more haphazard. That’s what an impulsive Visa survey found when it asked people: “In the last five years, have you thought about using your Visa

A ticket from W Wireless Festival was bought but lost again!

Updated: 16 May. Aged 15, I got my ticket to see Djam play the W Wireless Festival at a park in Bristol on 1 June 2017, but was turned away as Ticketmaster simply had

Midwestern coffee shops use tech to elevate coffee

The world’s coffee scene is increasingly thirsty for coffee bars serving new innovations in style, technology and design. From Japan’s throwback artisanal cafes to the slew of European and American experimentation, fresh coffee is

Craft Beer: Nothing But Love

People can get beers for a great deal by holding the fridge door open or pulling a dog out and signing a waiver for beer delivery. Instead, brewers are putting pay to the transfer

Six states have passed laws increasing the minimum wage this year

In 2010, when the recession was just beginning to wane, President Obama didn’t mince words about the need to raise the federal minimum wage: “Right now, 23 million Americans … face the reality of

Gigantic ketchup sliders are here to liven up the supermarket aisle

Well-intentioned but unpleasant … the Packet Roller, a foldable container and holder for ketchup packets, will boost sales. But can a once-common product such as ketchup survive in today’s supermarket aisle? Mitch Bainbridge has

Grey’s Anatomy new poster: Shonda Rhimes’s ‘breathtaking mythology’ continues

• Magazine launches Grey's Anatomy homepage based on Instagram • Fall preview 2014: show picks up where 2013 left off Grey's Anatomy new poster: Shonda Rhimes's 'breathtaking mythology' continues Newsweek/Daily Beast editor Tina Brown

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