The City’s ‘Bike Court’ Will Deal With Rowdy Bike Race Revelers; Use-By Dates on Food Labels Are Essentially a Scam

This weekend, the city will set up a special "bike court" to handle the party-out-of-control problem that comes with the TD Bank Philadelphia International Cycling Championship. [Inquirer]

With this years Stop Hunger at Your Station drive, SEPTA and Philabundance hope to double last years haul of non-perishable food donations collected at train and bus stops. [KYW Newsradio]

Seniors are getting into energy drinks! Just be sure to warn Gramps to stay away from the Four Loko. [WSJ]

Picky diners are becoming more demanding and driving everyone crazy, including us. [Boston.com]

Maybe those crazy dumpster divers have the right idea: "Use-by" dates are simply "guidelines" (i.e., kind of a scam), but they result in tons of food waste. [MSNBC]

Too much caffeine might prevent women from getting knocked up. [Healthland/Time]

That E. coli outbreak that's ravaging Europe "is a mutant form of two different E. coli bacteria, with aggressive genes." Awesome! [AP]