Le Kirkland takes on la banlieue.
In what a store manager claims was a staged media event, the comedian came to protest the store's refusal to peddle her new book.
The findings are based on a nationwide survey conducted by Consumer Reports.
Freebies down to a science.
The new site encourages members to find buddies for splitting groceries and checks around town.
A debate is being had over whether the U.S. and South Korea should offer assistance.
The mega-retailer agrees to stop selling a dozen varieties of threatened seafood.
Plus: more mini-cupcakes in NYC, a handy guide to regional barbecue, and more, in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Good magazine takes issue with Costco even after the big-box agreed to stop selling endangered fish; and Campbell's Soup Co. works to curb a health crisis that it and other food companies helped create, all in our morning news roundup.
"What you wanna do here is find the biggest TV, change the channel to the Food Network, and just relax for three to four hours; whatever feels right."
While Brendan Collins holds a fiery funeral march for his roast bird, Joseph Gillard turns his into a breakfast item.
A new list gives the green light to seafood buying at Target, Whole Foods, and Safeway.
Another blow to the Bronx on the heels of the Stella D'Oro closing.
Tomatoes hidden for Palin's safety and a teacher takes an ill-advised field trip.
Iron Chef goes Presidential and Costco settles a pricing dispute with Coke.
Plus: Costco's profits are up, street-cart self defense, and more in our daily news roundup.
The acclaimed French chef visits the bulk-goods store for the first time.
Plus: MK and Ashley Olsen party with the "New York Minute" screenwriter, Sean Lennon eats outside at Da Silvano, and more in our weekly roundup of bold-face dining.
• Michael Bauer considers writing a new Top 100 list — of quiet restaurants. [Between Meals/SF Gate] • Ready, Set, Bag!, a documentary about grocery baggers, is set to premiere at the Roxie Theater Thursday. [Mission Mission] • Female sommeliers:...