An update on the Frites N Meats truck, and a car crashes into a Starbucks.
"I don't know if was the movie or the glasses of wine, but I fell asleep in the middle....I love Reese Witherspoon, but that was a pretty bad movie."
The actress will spend the bulk of her 480 community service hours serving the Downtown Women's Center.
Plus: Walgreens and Wegmans spar over the letter "W"; and Cleveland bans smoking and trans fats, all in our morning news roundup.
Both Ludo and LeBalch are promised, though we think in slightly different forms than those announced.
Plus: Prairie Fire offers a special spring menu this weekend.
No wonder Brad's glowing like he just stepped out of the rain and into Geena Davis' bed all over again.
A rundown of today's April Fools' Day hoaxes.
Also, acclaimed British wine guy Hugh Johnson discusses the five best wines he's ever tasted.
Over 1.7 million Angelenos faced hunger issues in 2009, more than any other county in the country.
Plus: Hotel chains make it easier to eat healthy; and some guy made it rain at Starbucks, all in our morning news roundup.
The departed actress once told the nightclub's owner that it was her favorite pub.
Plus: Re-energized Starbucks pushes forward on its plan to rule the world; and produce prices to come down as spring veggies come to market, all in our morning news roundup.
Japan's government reports its food is safe from radiation as ramen is shipped in to feed survivors of the recent earthquake and tsunami.
Plus: Asian fast food is now a trend, fears of food-supply contamination in Japan, and more, in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Instant ramen is being shipped in to feed survivors of Japan's earthquake and tsunami; and a Kentucky woman finds a dead frog in a can of green beans, all in our morning news roundup.
Word on the street is the mothership is calling in all her competitors for destruction.
A relaxation soda thinks Charlie Sheen could use a belt of their good stuff.
Plus: Starbucks coming soon to a Keurig machine near you, French schoolchildren eat salmon and lentil salad for lunch, and more in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Frat boys are going gourmet; and Ivory Coast's cocoa board orders exports to resume, all in our morning news roundup.