Intended for the slaughterhouse, the bovine has other plans.
Says Coyne: "I really feel bad about it. I like enough of their music. The idea that I’m somehow against them … I’m not!"
Sumner may be ancient, but he's still as feisty as a 70-year-old.
Plus: the search for new cuts of beef, and more, all in our morning news roundup.
So sayeth McG, "If he’s up for it, we can both reveal ourselves on the Spartacus steps at Universal and put the question to rest."
Because the money to build wells in Ethiopia doesn't grow on trees.
Apparently out of political correctness, the store has changed the name of its Heeb bagel sandwich to the Heebster. But is the change offensive in itself?
The band's spoils from their beef with French political party UMP will go to a good cause.
Mr. Chocolate lives on a houseboat named Mr. Chocolate! Plus, the lawsuit blows up.
Truth be told, we would be, too.
Everyone's favorite small-time chocolatier is telling big chocolate to kiss off.
This can't possibly be good news for the host of 'The Soup.'
The French are in a huff about a European Union proposal that would lift a ban on “blended rosés.”
When Trent Reznor is the guy doing your intervention, you know you've got some serious problems.
Danyelle Freeman sends a cease-and-desist letter to her Twitter impersonator.
"I looked at this beef like how Barack ran his campaign," says 50 Cent's VP of digital marketing.
According to a new book, ex-Met-director Philippe de Montebello didn't always get along with his predecessor — and their clashes were every bit as explosive as you might expect.
The proprietor of Pure Food and Wine, where a tamale is $23, has something to say about her neighbor Sal Anthony's complaints about pricey raw-food eateries.