Piles of single-use clay vessels were found near ruins in Crete, essentially serving as the red Solo cups of their time.
Two California customers are claiming in court that "Starbucks lattes are approximately 25 percent underfilled."
A less-than-ideal solution.
Why would you settle for a koozie-wrapped Bud Light bottle when you can drink out of a three-feet-long plastic cup shaped like a woman’s leg? Fishnets, high heels, and all?
A July 1 ban of polystyrene foam takeout containers, cups, and plates in New York has been overturned by a Supreme Court judge who says that the decision was "arbitrary."
Ronit Baranga's tableware appears to have mysteriously sprouted body parts—fingers, mouths, teeth, tongues, even a baby's cheeks—and questions our assumptions about the usefulness of objects. It's also supremely unsettling.
Will using four mediocre starting pitchers instead of five make the Rockies any good?