Alamo Drafthouse is the brainchild of Tim League, a hardcore film buff since high school. It started small almost 20 years ago in Austin, Texas, but has grown into a high-concept theater chain with more than two dozen locations nationwide.
IHOP, the International House of Pancakes, changed its name Monday to the International House of Burgers in a spectacular marketing ploy. Instead of brunch, breakfast or biscuits, IHOB is rolling out a new line of burgers.
Bourdain achieved celebrity status after the publication in 2000 of his best-selling book "Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly." Bourdain went on to achieve widespread fame thanks to his CNN series "Parts Unknown."
For 26 years, Durham chef Scott Howell lived his dream of owning and running a restaurant, the acclaimed fine dining Nana's. At the end of the month, Howell, an eight-time James Beard Award semifinalist, says he will close his flagship restaurant.
In 1959, David Fowler began trimming unkempt heads at Duke Barbershop, a stretch unbroken except for a dark period in the history of haircuts he calls "the long-hair period." Fowler will go on to cut hair at his home after Duke Barbershop closes.
An estimated 8000 Starbucks stores will be closed Tuesday, May 29, 2018 for anti-bias training for employees following an incident in Philadelphia in April in which a manager called police on two African-American men waiting for a friend in a store.
Watch as the lunchtime crowd in Raleigh, N.C. are treated to a "Chocobo" from Final Fantasy wandering around the Fayetteville Mall as the Animazement, Raleigh’s Japanese animation and culture convention comes to town.