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Rachael Ray Mag Changes Hands; Cantaloupe Death Toll Hits 23

A food-truck festival has been canceled in Boston this weekend due to the Occupy Boston protest downtown. [Boston Herald]

A blogger for Politico went to 25 restaurants frequented by Michelle Obama to "have what she's having" and discovered the first lady likes vegetables and dirty martinis. [AFP]

A new study suggests that pregnant women who load up on trans fats are more likely to give birth to bigger babies. [Reuters]

Meredith, the publisher of Ladies' Home Journal, will buy Every Day With Rachael Ray magazine from Reader's Digest. [Crain's]

The death toll linked to tainted cantaloupes from Colorado has now reached 23 across 12 states, including New York. [FOX News]

Is Starbucks getting into the juice-bar business? CEO Howard Schultz has been spotted checking out Liquiteria and the Juice Press in the East Village. [NY Post]

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