EXPENSIVE

8.29.18

People Tell Us About Ridiculous Wedding Requests

Sometimes an open bar comes at a price.

12.27.17

Day with the Dealer

Ian Purkayastha is your typical Brooklyn dealer, equipped with creepy white van and all. But instead of a trunk full of weed, he's got Wagyu beef and truffles.

3.2.17

A New Report Says Fruit and Vegetables Are Actually Cheaper Than Junk Food

Findings from the Institute of Economic Affairs challenge the widely held belief that healthy diets are expensive.

1.18.17

An Australian Explains Why London Is the Worst City on Earth

People say "London" in the same sentence as "New York, Paris, Tokyo." This is wrong.

11.18.16

Watch This Guy Down the World’s Most Expensive Shot

The nearly $8,800 price tag is going to give businessman Jason Wong more than a sore head in the morning.

7.15.16

How to Party When You're Young and Broke

No money? No problem!

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7.8.16

These Japanese Grapes Cost More Than a Semester at College—And a Grocery Store Is Giving Them Away for Free

A single cluster of Ruby Roman grapes sold for 1.1 million yen (about $10,900 USD) on July 7 at a wholesale market in Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture.

1.28.16

Why You Shouldn’t Feel Bad for Blowing All Your Money On Food

Good news for the $11-smoothie set and fans of organic baby lettuces: One study found that the more money you spend on food, the healthier you are.

12.23.15

Scotland Is Fighting to Make Booze More Expensive to Solve Its Drinking Problem

Scotland's alcohol-pricing law violates European Union commerce rules, but the European Court of Justice let the possibility of a minimum price stand so long as Scottish courts first determine whether raising taxes on alcohol is just as effective.

10.2.15

Nashville's Most Expensive Public Art Rises from the Ground Up

The 'Stix' sculpture consists of 30 painted cedar poles measuring 70-feet in height, also making it the Music City's largest.

9.1.15

Everything We Know So Far About 7-Eleven Australia’s Wage Fraud Scandal

Franchisees were paying employees well below minimum wage, blackmailing them to work double shifts, and threatening to report foreign workers to immigration if they spoke out.

6.30.15
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