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Brunch proves to be a cultural phenomenon for millennials

Brunch proves to be a cultural phenomenon for millennials

Caroline Collins
April 22, 2017
Filed under Arts

To brunch, or not to brunch, that is the question. According to millennials, the answer is always yes. Piper Jaffray’s 27th semi-annual study of teen behavior reports young people now spend more money on food than they do on events or clothing. Farha Ternikar, an associate professor of sociolog...

Vatican City takes first place at annual CCC festival

Vatican City takes first place at annual CCC festival

Sarah McNey and Cailey Ruderman
April 2, 2017
Filed under Breaking, News, Showcase

The Cultural Communications Club took Monmouth County on a world tour during the annual Communications High School Cultural Festival on March 31. Club members formed groups representing 22 countries from six continents while colorful displays of art and food filled the halls of CHS. Inspired by St....

Yaron gives gluten-free thanks

Shannon Damiano
December 1, 2016
Filed under Features

Junior Veronica Yaron of Little Silver explains how she celebrates Thanksgiving despite not being able to eat gluten.

Talula’s offers entrée options for all

Talula’s offers entrée options for all

Kail Ying and Ally Weitzman
November 10, 2016
Filed under Arts

Eating out with friends is a tasty way to make unforgettable memories. But with dietary preferences and restrictions becoming commonplace, finding a place where everyone can eat is no easy task. So when we heard that Talula’s, a bar and pizza restaurant located in Asbury Park, had dishes that jus...

Adults, ads and availability affect teen eating

Adults, ads and availability affect teen eating

Lara Graney
September 17, 2016
Filed under Features, In-Depth

Teens eating habits are not solely built on the basis of health; trends, marketing, convenience and mood are just a few of the factors that affect what young people put in their bodies. On television alone, young people view more than 40,000 advertisements a year, according to American Academy of...

A meat-lover goes vegan

A meat-lover goes vegan

Maura DeRose
September 17, 2016
Filed under Features, In-Depth

As a baby, my mother called me her little carnivore. At Sonic, I order a pretzel dog in addition to my cheeseburger. One year for Christmas, I wrote Santa Claus a letter asking for parmesan cheese. My profile picture on Instagram is a photo of me holding a hot dog. But after a month long road trip...

Orthorexia hidden in modern society

Orthorexia hidden in modern society

Kate Ridoux
September 16, 2016
Filed under Features, In-Depth

Over the past several years, the line between diets and eating disorders has grown increasingly thin. So thin, in fact, that those who cross it may be unaware of the dangerous impact it can have on their physical and mental health. Worldwide, many people are taking "healthy" or "clean" eating to such...

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