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The Bicycle Thief

Tom Justice was once a cyclist chasing Olympic gold. Then he began using his bike for a much different purpose: robbing banks.   Chicago

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There Are Rules to a Great Super Bowl Party. Rules, People!

For those of us in food media, it’s hard to say whether the Super Bowl is our Thanksgiving or if Thanksgiving is our Super Bowl. Either way, I know that at 6:30 p.m. EST this Sunday, I will be sitting down to far more food and drink than any self-respecting dad with a day job and early-morning school run should be indulging in.   Bon Appétit

Why So Many Bars Are Named After Cocks

On February 2, 1663, after a long day of business meetings, the celebrated diarist Samuel Pepys and his colleague and friend John Creed “turned into a house and drank a cup of Cock ale.” If the scenario of two coworkers sharing a drink at the end of the day seems familiar, the beverage Pepys and Creed enjoyed does not. The key ingredient in cock ale, which was popular in 17th- and 18th-century England, was a rooster.   Atlas Obscura

The Beastie Boys, Unfiltered

An epic encounter with hip-hop's original misfits.   Huck


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