Never one to be behind the times, Red Bull, the energy drink powerhouse known for inspiring a wave of copycats and cocktails (vodka Red Bulls and Jägerbombs being two of them), is now unveiling a new product line, ORGANICS. On April 2, the line debuts online at Amazon.com and in two exclusive markets, one in North Carolina, and the other here in San Diego County.The new series consists of four flavors Simply Cola, Bitter Lemon, Ginger Ale, and Tonic Water, and is certified organic by the USDA National Organic Program. The drinks are vegan, gluten-free, wheat-free and dairy-free, and come in 100% recyclable cans, just as all other Red Bull beverages.So what’s in these new organic drinks?Simply ColaCaffeine addicts, note this is the only jolt in the lot, with a dose of 32 mg of caffeine, about the same as a traditional cola. The Simply derives its caffeine from organic coffee beans and is flavored with kola nut, ginger and cinnamon.Bitter LemonThis caffeine-free offering … [Read more...] about Red Bull launches new line of organic drinks
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Thursday 8 March Still Game BBC One, 9.30pm; Wales, 10.00pm In Scotland, this sitcom about a couple of mouthy, hard-drinking and permanently a-little-down-on-their-luck Scottish pensioners is something of a national institution. It initially ran from 2002-2007, before a series of sell-out live performances saw it return to TV in 2016, gaining a prime BBC One slot in the process. So what should new fans expect? The short answer: if you like your sitcoms smart but traditional and admire the way in which Mrs Brown’s Boys plays with the genre while remaining true to it, then you’ll love Still Game. But if laugh tracks, broadly drawn characters, slapstick and jokes about the eating habits of the gentrified inhabitants of Glasgow’s West End aren’t your thing, then you’re unlikely to be that amused. Yet there’s no doubting that Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill, who both write the show and take the leading roles as elderly reprobates Jack Jarvis and … [Read more...] about What’s on TV tonight: Still Game, Crufts 2018 and Jessica Jones
By Jimmy Vielkind in Albany and Laura Nahmias in Manhattan, with Daniel Lippman Mayor Bill de Blasio has been subjected to his fair share of embarrassments. He was given a speaking slot out of primetime at the Democratic National Convention in 2016 just before the “In Memoriam” segment, has been accused of playing a role in the death of a beloved groundhog and endured a ceaseless parade of taunts and jibes from Gov. Andrew Cuomo and his proxies. Story Continued Below Now he’s endured the indignity of being dumped on live television — after the candidate he selected to replace outgoing City schools chancellor Carmen Farina, Miami’s school superintendent Alberto Carvalho, announced during a televised school board hearing that he’d decided not to take the job after all. It was a moment more suited for Jerry Springer than C-SPAN, and by all accounts, an event less scripted than even the realest-seeming reality tv. When de Blasio revealed to the City Hall … [Read more...] about DE BLASIO dumped by his own pick for schools chancellor — SCHNEIDERMAN’s role in the WEINSTEIN sale — Batten the Hatches! A Nor-easter’s coming…
Sir Ben Ainslie in Bermuda 16 June 2017 • 5:24pm The 35th America’s Cup match begins on Saturday on Bermuda’s spectacular Great Sound; a first-to-seven battle between the defender, Oracle Team USA, and the challenger, Emirates Team New Zealand. Needless to say, we wish it was us challenging the US. Our defeat by the Kiwis in the play-off semi-finals last week still hurts. But you have to say New Zealand fully deserve to be in the final, having beaten Swedish challenger Artemis by the same 5-2 margin in their play-off final. They have done a brilliant job. Interest in the Cup may have waned a little back in the UK since our exit. But I really hope that those who followed our progress during qualifying – some of whom were already sailing fans and others who may be new to the sport – will continue to tune in because one thing this Cup has not wanted for is drama and spectacular racing. And this final has all the ingredients to be … [Read more...] about The future of the America’s Cup is at stake with plenty of needle in the air