The sometimes-surreal French filmmaker nails romance again
The honey makers use apples instead of bees for their sweet products
Meet the buffoons who are ruining the United States
Minnesota's surprising place as a hub of toy crazes
Photo illustration by A.J. OlmscheidTo warm up to National Candy Month, this week's Food Fight is between a few chili-coated candies from Dulceria La Piñata at Mercado Central on Lake Street. Read on to find out which one can take the heat, and which was best left with the Play-Doh.
weglet/flickr We recently discussed the great satisfaction that edible crayons would give to millions of people who have always wanted to bite into a real crayon. Now another product, Soy-Yer-Dough, brings more satisfaction--now you can also bite into faux Play-Doh made out of soy.
Foie gras pop rocks and hot ice cream are just a few of the selections
But to get her son's mysterious malady diagnosed, a mother must battle some of the area's top hospitals
Interact presents a multimedia Madeleine
If God didn't create a glowing dog, why can't art?