A quiet harvest has producers worried that something’s rotten in the state of Maine, where most of the world’s wild blueberries are grown.
Among those in competition at the Westminster Dog Show this week is Elias, a Beauceron who spends his time off the runway sniffing out gluten in food to protect people with celiac disease. And as scientists better understand the power of a dog’s nose—100,000 times more sensitive than a human’s—canines are moving into other professions, too.
Isaiah Mustafa, a.k.a. the Old Spice Guy, rode—both a horse and a motorcycle—to fame earlier this year with a series of commercials featuring his tongue-in-cheek portrayal of a masculine ideal that managed to make a stale brand suddenly fresh. He came clean to NEWSWEEK about the secret to his success.
“It’s organic!” is usually a selling point at the upscale Astor Wines and Spirits in Manhattan. When Colin Spoelman says it, hawking a table of small bottles featuring vintage-chic labels from his Kings County Distillery, he gets mostly laughs. Maybe that’s because he’s selling organic moonshine.