Uber Is Giving Riders Free Easter Candy This Week

The only thing better than an Uber driver who offers you complimentary gum or water is one who offers you free candy. And if you live in a handful of major citi
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Christina Tosi's Milk Bar Is Finally Renaming Its 'Crack Pie'

For over a decade, the Crack Pie from pastry chef Christina Tosi' s famed New York-based bakery Milk Bar has been one of the city' s most beloved desserts. But
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This Ice Cream Shop Is Selling a Gelato Burger

An international ice cream shop is turning heads in the United States with an unlikely new mashup, but the Gelato Burger isn' t as rank as it sounds. Curious ca
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This Ice Cream Shop Is Selling a Gelato Burger

An international ice cream shop is turning heads in the United States with an unlikely new mashup, but the Gelato Burger isn' t as rank as it sounds. Curious ca
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Sam Adams Names New Beer After Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Ruth Bader Ginsburg is an undeniable force in politics today. That' s why Sam Adams chose to honor her with its new brew in celebration of International Women'
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Dunkin' and Saucony Release New Sneakers Ahead of Boston Marathon

You' re likely familiar with the tagline" America Runs on Dunkin'"- and for the first time last year, people could literally run on Dunkin' with limited-edition
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Starbucks to Sell Nitro Cold Brew in All US Stores by the End of 2019

Starbucks started selling nitro cold brew in 2016, but only in select stores around major cities like New York City, Boston, Chicago and LA. The demand for this
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The Best Pizza in America Has No Tomato Sauce - or Mozzarella

Picture a pizza in your mind, and you' ll probably conjure an image of a thin, round pie topped with marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese, and maybe some pepperoni
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New solutions for the old problem of illegal massage parlors

The massage parlor sting in Florida that ensnared New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is a reminder of the human trafficking and abuse taking place across A
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Gov. Baker rejects supervised drug injection site proposal

Gov. Charlie Baker is brushing aside a proposal for Massachusetts to allow supervised injection sites for drug users
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Teen video app Musical.ly agrees to FTC fine

The operator of a video-sharing app popular with teenagers has agreed to pay $5.7 million to settle federal allegations it illegally collected personal informat
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Oskar Schindler's personal possessions hit auction block

Several personal possessions of Oskar Schindler, the German industrialist who saved the lives of more than 1,000 Jews during World War II, are up for auction
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Whitey Bulger letters fetch as much as $1,430 at auction

Letters written by notorious Boston gangster James "Whitey" Bulger behind bars have sold for as much as $1,430 at an auction
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AG Healey: E-cigarette retailer must stop selling in state

Attorney General Maura Healey says a California-based online e-cigarette retailer has violated state laws regulating the sale and advertisement of tobacco produ
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Stephen King, wife give $1.25M to genealogical society

The master of the American horror novel has donated $1.25 million to the masters of American genealogical research
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Rangers trade Hayes to Jets, send McQuaid to Blue Jackets

Rebuilding New York Rangers trade Kevin Hayes to Winnipeg Jets, Adam McQuaid to Columbus Blue Jackets
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GE sells biopharma unit for $21 billion

General Electric to sell biopharma business to Danaher Corp. for $21.4 billion
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NBA reminding teams to keep cool when hot with referees

The NBA is not happy that tensions between teams and referees seem to be rising
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American families of missing Uighurs speak out at DC event

Nearly two years after the Chinese government began to detain members of Muslim minority groups in western China, a growing number of family members abroad are
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Cy Young winner DeGrom goes 1 frame in spring debut for Mets

NL Cy Young Award winner Jacob deGrom made his spring training debut, giving up one run in one inning for the New York Mets
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High winds could bring power outages to southern New England

Officials say strong winds could knock down trees and power lines across southern New England
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Virginia's Fairfax compares himself to lynching victims

Embattled Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax is comparing himself to lynching victims after two women came forward with allegations of sexual assault, prompted wi
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Connecticut runners part of debate over transgender athletes

Connecticut high school runners part of debate over transgender athletes
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After fatal shark attack, some complain of slow response

Some Cape Cod residents fear officials are responding too slowly after last summer's two shark attacks
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