‘Tis the season for lobster rolls, those often-pricey sandwiches stuffed with tasty lobster meat straight from the sea. Or, in the case of American Airlines, two pieces of bread with an orangey-white substance holding them together.Yesterday, Ben “Lucky” Schlappig, creator of the One Mile At A Time travel site, flew from Los Angeles to New York City on American, …
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2013 - NEW YORK LOBSTER COMPANY INC.
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By Mary Beth Quirk - Thursday Aug 10, 2017
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By Ruth Brown - Wednesday Jun 28, 2017
The owner of a giant lobster that went viral on Twitter after a grinning TSA agent posed with it this week says the image of the airport worker manhandling his mammoth mollusk really stuck in his craw, according to a new report. “I understand they have to go through some things to make sure everything...
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By Associated Press - Tuesday Aug 8, 2017
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By Mark Cannizzaro - Tuesday Aug 8, 2017
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By Ruth Brown - Monday Jun 26, 2017
TSA agents are used to crabby passengers — but this is totally cray! A traveler brought a humongous 20-pound live lobster onto a flight at Boston’s Logan Airport Sunday — and it’s totally legal, according to the agency. The agency’s spokesman tweeted a photo of a grinning agent holding the colossal crustacean by its claws...