The numbers for May 16, 2013: You’ll be missing apostrophes on maps soon
The amount of money celebrity chef Jamie Oliver was fined after his restaurant served a gluten-free woman gluten pasta. (GrubStreet)
Apostrophes estimated to be removed from federal maps, thanks to the Domestic Names Committee of the U.S. Board on Geographic Names.(Wall Street Journal)
How long a giant rubber duck in Hong Kong will be deflated, but to the disappointment of tourists.(BBC)
The cost of KFC in Gaza City. You should read this crazy story about a tunnel economy for the fried chicken delight.(NY Times)
How many years Amy’s Baking Company was open before the social media meltdown that started with an episode of “Kitchen Confidential.” The business is re-opening, and now has a PR company.(ABC 15)
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