JJ Redick and More NBA Players Stock Up on Wine Inside the Bubble: 'It Provides an Escape'

Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE's free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories Messer added that some issues arise when the beverages don't arrive with explicit addresses and only list

Gwyneth Paltrow Reveals Everything She's Been Eating and Cooking for Her Family in Quarantine

Gwyneth Paltrow is updating fans with what she’s been eating while staying at home amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The actress, 47, shared a blog post to her wellness brand, goop, sharing the recipes she's been cooking, the groceries she’s been buying and what she’s been doing to take care

Hostess's New S'mores Cupcakes Are Filled With Gooey Marshmallow Cream

Hostess Debuts Iced Lemon Cupcakes and 'Mermaid' Cupcakes  But then, to many fans’ dismay, Starbucks discontinued the s’mores frappuccino in the summer of 2018, and several took to social media to express their distress. Take Twitter user @ztygerlilly, who asked Starbucks to “Please bring back the S’mores frappuccino!?! It’s getting to

Uber to Buy Food Delivery Service Postmates for Nearly $2.65 Billion

“Uber and Postmates have long shared a belief that platforms like ours can power much more than just food delivery—they can be a hugely important part of local commerce and communities, all the more important during crises like COVID-19," Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi said in a statement. "We’re thrilled to

Top Chef's Melissa King Says She Had 'No Clue' She Won At First Because of Padma Lakshmi's Delivery

The five seconds after Melissa King's name was called on the Top Chef finale might have been the most nerve-wracking of her life. Bravo's cooking competition show crowned the new winner on Thursday after an intense all-star season. The final was down to Stephanie Cmar, Bryan Voltaggio, and King, who

Bon Appétit Issues 'Long-Overdue Apology' amid Accusations of Racial Discrimination

El-Waylly, 35, said that she is paid less than white coworkers with "significantly less" experience and that she is "pushed in front of video as a display of diversity." She also claimed that white editors are paid for on-camera appearances but people of color are not. Supporting her co-worker, Molly Baz, a

Pineapple Pepsi Is Now Available in the U.S. After Gaining Popularity in Japan

Pepsi is known for introducing exciting flavors, and the latest one sounds like the ultimate summer drink. Pepsi with a splash of pineapple juice was recently spotted at Walmart according to the  Instagram account @CandyHunting. A pineapple-flavored Pepsi was first released in Japan in 2019 to major success, although it's

This Minneapolis Woman Is Giving Out Homemade Sweet Potato Pies to 'Strengthen Our Community'

"Rose serves as a beacon of hope for those in pain and her pies are an expression of love," volunteer Hannah Carney told HuffPost. "They bring power to those who accept them. The entire experience connects and strengthens our community.” "I have never handed a pie to someone without getting

Michelin-Starred Restaurant Will Use Mannequins to Fill Empty Seats

The Inn at Little Washington — the only restaurant in its area with three Michelin stars — has found a unique solution to social distancing while dining. The fine dining establishment, located about an hour and a half outside of Washington, D.C. in Virginia, plans to use mannequins to fill