SWEET Headlines

  • Inside SWEET the office where Candy Crush is made

    The video game company King has offices in Stockholm, Sweden. Designed by Adolfsson & Partners, the thinking for the aesthetic is 'seriously playful',

    Mail Online
  • A skillet pie with sweet potatoes, for dinner. What could be better?

    NOURISH | A creamy blanket tops the herby ground turkey-mushroom mix.

    www.washingtonpost.com
  • The Oculus Quest hits the VR sweet spot

    From my very first demo two years ago, back when it was called Santa Cruz and had a fan and processor strapped to the back, I've been impressed with the headset. Last year, I saw an even better demo that convinced me the future of VR is wireless.  Now that I've seen the product fully realized, I'm even more certain: the Oculus Quest feels like what VR should have been all along — mobile, wireless, and about the same price as a gaming console. SEE ALSO: Facebook announces $399 Oculus Quest...

    Mashable
  • There are great soccer goals, and then there is the sweet *ping* of perfection

    Plus Crystal Dunn mocks the divers of the world, and the beautiful megging of Leroy Sane in this week’s Tactically Naive. Back from our break — a lovely time, thanks for asking — and straight into a pretty strong week. The good things were good, and the silly things were also good, and so football, which is always good, was particularly, pointedly good. Hooray. The impromptu festival of PING We don’t know exactly which footballer had the idea. Made the calls, sent the email round. Dropped it...

    SBNation.com
  • A short and sweet history of Kendal Mint Cake

    Invented ‘by accident’ in the 19th century, this super-sweet confection has become a favourite of walkers and explorers ever since The peppermint walkers’ treat has been produced in Cumbria since 1869. It is widely believed to be the result of a batch of glacier mints that “went wrong”, when confectioner Joseph Wiper left the boiled solution overnight and it turned cloudy and solidified. The recipe consists of sugar, peppermint oil, water and the addition of glucose – which is how it differs...

    the Guardian
  • Gilda Radner sweetly remembered in 'Love, Gilda'

    Drawing from a trove of diaries and audiotapes, "Love, Gilda" is a bittersweet, nostalgic ode to Gilda Radner, one of "Saturday Night Live's" original Not Ready for Primetime Players, who died far too young. Deeply personal, this first-rate CNN Films documentary -- making a pit stop in theaters before its date with primetime -- also has something to say about the male-dominated world of comedy that Radner inhabited. Director Lisa D'Apolito forges a contemporary connection in part by bringing...

    WPLG
  • Gilda Radner sweetly remembered in 'Love, Gilda'

    Drawing from a trove of diaries and audiotapes, "Love, Gilda" is a bittersweet, nostalgic ode to Gilda Radner, one of "Saturday Night Live's" original Not Ready for Primetime Players, who died far too young. Deeply personal, this first-rate CNN Films documentary -- making a pit stop in theaters before its date with primetime -- also has something to say about the male-dominated world of comedy that Radner inhabited.

    CNN
  • Hit the sweet spot: Spiced layered apple cake

    Perfect for autumn

    Mail Online
  • Hit the sweet spot: Soft vanilla sponge cake

    The perfect accompaniment to tea, whatever the time

    Mail Online
  • Hit the sweet spot: Sticky date meringue cake

    Sticky dates and light meringue - what's not to love?

    Mail Online
  • Home sweet home out of reach in the Wood River Valley

    KETCHUM, Idaho (AP) - Bertha Nunez doesn't fully grasp what is happening to her home of 16 years. "We have to move," Nunez said in faltering English, shrugging her shoulders. Her 3-year-old granddaughter, Camilla, hugged her leg Wednesday as they stood on the porch of her home. The Times-News ...

    www.washingtontimes.com
  • Home sweet home out of reach in the Wood River Valley

    Bertha Nunez doesn't fully grasp what is happening to her home of 16 years. "We have to move," Nunez said in faltering English, shrugging her shoulders. Her 3-year-old granddaughter, Camilla, … Click to Continue

    thenewstribune
  • Success is sweet: Researchers unlock the mysteries of the sugarcane genome

    For centuries, sugarcane has supplied human societies with alcohol, biofuel, building and weaving materials, and the world's most relied-upon source of sugar. Now, researchers have extracted a sweet scientific prize from sugarcane: its massive and complex genome sequence, which may lead to the development of hardier and more productive cultivars.

    phys.org
  • Romeo Beckham shares sweet snap of himself and family with tongues out

    He loves to share pictures of his beloved family on social media.

    Mail Online
  • 'Sweet 16' leads to 10K milestone for Ginebra's Caguioa

    The number 16 will forever be sweet for Mark Caguioa. by Denison Rey A. Dalupang

    philstar.com
  • Eugenie shares sweet throwback snap of her and Bea as bridesmaids

    Eugenie shared a vintage snap of the pair as bridesmaids at their former nanny Alison Wardley's wedding in Manchester in 1993, seeming to confirm Beatrice will be her bridesmaid.

    Mail Online
  • Sweet feat: Top-selling candy for Halloween 2018

    It's the most wonderful time of year for ghouls, goblins and spooks of all ages. Online grocer Peapod recently released its third-annual list of the top candy favored for trick-or-treating, according to their sales numbers. Spoiler: Candy corn makes an appearance.

    WTOP
  • Mauricio Pochettino hopes for sweet reunion with Ernesto Valverde

    The Tottenham manager will face the man who once culled him from Espanyol and knows victory over Barcelona would ease a problematic period for his current club Mauricio Pochettino was, by his own admission, living inside the typical footballer’s bubble. Ernesto Valverde was the man who popped it and, boy, did it come as a shock. It was the summer of 2006 and Valverde had been installed as the new Espanyol manager. Pochettino was one of the club’s senior players, the most influential voice in the...

    the Guardian