Is Wynn Casino ‘Cute’ or ‘Downmarket’?; Obama's Cheeseburger Problem

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The Inquirer's editorial page agrees with us that Steve Wynn's plans for a hotel-less "cute casino" at the South Philly Foxwoods site are actually plans for a "downmarket" casino. [Inquirer]

Meanwhile, Pennsylvania casino operators outside of the city are adding hotels in anticipation of high rollers coming to play table games. [Inquirer]

Cheeseburgers and desserts are the primary culprit behind Obama's high cholesterol, says Robert Gibbs. [Salon]

The number of arrests made this year at Penn State's faux drinking holiday, State Patrick's Day was double last year's event. [Inquirer]

Once the exclusive provenance of high-end patissiers, macarons have gone mainstream, popping up everywhere from Whole Foods to French McDonald's. [WSJ]

Chile's largest winemaker has temporarily halted production after this weekend's earthquake. [AP]

Rose Gray, chef of London's influential River Cafe, died over the weekend at 71. [Diner's Journal/NYT]

Quiznos plans to open hundreds of mini-locations within convenience stores over the next two years. [WSJ]