Sugar Daddy is a candy bar on a stick manufactured by Tootsie Roll Industries. A bite-sized candy based on the Sugar Daddy is marketed under the name Sugar Babies.
Sugar Daddy was invented in 1925 by a chocolate salesman named Robert Welch at the James O. Welch Company. Sugar Daddy was originally called the Papa Sucker. The name was changed to Sugar Daddy in 1932. Sugar Babies were introduced three years later, in 1935.
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Robert Welch's candy on a stick was known as the Sugar Daddy. I recall ingesting dozens throughout my childhood, most of them with a chocolate coating. Cheap treats, they were.
Rain for the 3rd Sunday in a row. No outside bike ride for me - will spend an hour or so on the trainer while the storms blow and pour. Bring it, Ma Nature!
Jim from CA, retired to ID, responded:
Sugar Daddy ~ Large caramel slab on a stick. Suckers that last a loooooong time.
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CBS opens the night with a FRESH'Supergirl', followed by a FRESH'Scorpion', then a FRESH'NCIS: The Expendable One'.
Scheduled on a FRESHStephen Colbert are Bill Maher, Capt. Florent Groberg, Shepard Fairey, and the Acro-Cats.
Scheduled on a FRESHJames Corden, OBE, are Natalie Dormer, Ty Burrell, and Jeezy.
NBC begins the night with a FRESH'The Voice', followed by a FRESH'Blindspot'.
Scheduled on a FRESHJimmy Fallon are Cate Blanchett, Anthony Mackie, Tinashe, and John Pizzarelli.
Scheduled on a FRESHSeth Meyers are Seth Rogen, Leslie Odom Jr., Travis Scott, and Emily Armstrong.
Scheduled on a FRESHCarson 'The Scab' Daly are Judah Friedlander, Heartless Bastards, and John Florence.
ABC starts the night with a FRESH'Dancing With The Stars', followed by a FRESH'Castle'.
Scheduled on a FRESHJimmy Kimmel are Liam Hemsworth, Tracee Ellis Ross, Mash-Up Monday with Jewel and the Gang.
The CW offers a FRESH'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend', followed by a FRESH'Jane The Virgin'.
Faux has a FRESH'Gotham', followed by a FRESH'Minority Report'.
MY has 'TMZ (Not So) Live', followed by Hollywood Today (Not So) Live'.
A&E has 3 hours of old 'The First 48', followed by the FRESH'Cursed: The Bell Witch'.
AMC offers the movie 'On Deadly Ground', followed by the movie 'The Italian Job', then the movie 'Max Payne'.
[6:00AM] Planet Earth-Ep 3 - Fresh Water
[7:00AM] Planet Earth-Ep 4 - Caves
[8:00AM] Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares Revisited UK - Season 3 - Ep 2 - Revisited: The Fenwick Arms
[9:00AM] Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares US - Season 7 - Ep 3 - Old Neighborhood
[10:00AM] Doctor Who - Season 4 - Ep 12 - The Stolen Earth
[11:00AM] Doctor Who - Season 4 - Ep 13 - Journey's End
[12:00PM] Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 2 - Ep 21 - Peak Performance
[1:00PM] Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 2 - Ep 22 - Shades of Gray
[2:00PM] Top Gear - Season 15 - Episode 1
[3:00PM] Top Gear - Season 15 - Episode 2
[4:00PM] Top Gear - Season 15 - Episode 3
[5:00PM] Top Gear - Season 15 - Episode 4
[6:00PM] Top Gear - Season 15 - Episode 5
[7:00PM] Top Gear - Season 15 - Episode 6
[8:00PM] Top Gear - Season 16 - Episode 1
[9:00PM] Top Gear - Season 16 - Episode 2
[10:00PM] Top Gear - Season 16 - Episode 3
[11:00PM] Top Gear - Season 15 - Episode 1
[12:00AM] Top Gear - Season 15 - Episode 2
[1:00AM] Top Gear - Season 15 - Episode 3
[2:00AM] Top Gear - Season 15 - Episode 4
[3:00AM] Top Gear - Season 15 - Episode 5
[4:00AM] Top Gear - Season 15 - Episode 6
[5:00AM] Top Gear - Season 16 - Episode 1 (ALL TIMES EST)
Bravo has 'Vanderpump Rules', followed by a FRESH'Vanderpump Rules Social', then a FRESH'Vanderpump Rules', followed by a FRESH'Apres Ski', then a FRESH'Watch What Happens Live'.
Comedy Central has 3 hours of old 'South Park', 'Archer', and another 'Archer'.
Scheduled on a FRESHThe Daily Show is David Holbrooke.
Scheduled on a FRESH@Midnight are Arden Myrin, Kevin Allison, and Doug Benson.
FX has the movie 'Mission: Impossible', followed by the movie '2 Guns', then a FRESH'Fargo'.
History has 'The Lost Book Of Nostradamus', followed by the FRESH'Nostradamus 21st Century Prophecies Revealed'.
[6:00AM] LETTERS FROM IWO JIMA
[9:15AM] KINGDOM OF HEAVEN
[12:30PM] ONCE UPON A TIME IN MEXICO
[2:45PM] KINGDOM OF HEAVEN
[6:00PM] THAT '70S SHOW-Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You
[6:30PM] THAT '70S SHOW-When the Levee Breaks
[7:00PM] THAT '70S SHOW-Whole Lotta Love
[7:30PM] THAT '70S SHOW-Battle of Evermore
[8:00PM] THAT '70S SHOW-Hey, Hey What Can I Do?
[8:30PM] THAT '70S SHOW-Bring It on Home
[9:00PM] THAT '70S SHOW-No Quarter
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[10:30PM] GIGI DOES IT
[11:00PM] LETHAL WEAPON
[1:30AM] LETHAL WEAPON 2
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[6:00AM] Monster's Ball
[8:30AM] The Brave One
[11:00AM] As Good as It Gets
[2:00PM] Apollo 13
[8:00PM] The Sum of All Fears
[10:45PM] The Perfect Storm
[1:45AM] Behind the Story With the Paley Center-Scandal
[2:45AM] Little Children
[5:45AM] Love Lust-Love Lust & The Social Network (ALL TIMES EST)
SyFy has the movie 'Indiana Jones & The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull', followed by the movie 'Angels & Demons'.
Scheduled on a FRESHConan are Aziz Ansari, Lizzy Caplan, and Billy Gibbons.
Oscar voters on Saturday gave honorary awards to three movie veterans, including director Spike Lee, at a gala event that shone a spotlight on Hollywood's drive for diversity amid its glitzy awards season.
Along with Lee, whose films include "Malcolm X" and "Do the Right Thing," the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences gave its Governors Awards for film achievement to "Singing In the Rain" actress Debbie Reynolds and Gena Rowlands, a champion of independent film and star of "The Notebook."
The Governors Awards annually is one of the academy's key events ahead of the Oscars, the film industry's top awards given out in February. Hollywood A-listers including Meryl Streep and Denzel Washington turned out.
Reynolds, who was given the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian award for her charitable work, was unable to attend due to recent surgery.
The Oscars will be given out in Hollywood on Feb. 28, 2016.
Actress Helen Mirren poses with actor Bryan Cranston at the 7th Annual Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Governors Awards at The Ray Dolby Ballroom in Hollywood, California November 14, 2015.
Photo by Mario Anzuoni
The rain didn't stop Jimmy Buffet from performing at the opening of the Margaritaville Beach Resort, his new $150 million attraction that features nearly 350 rooms, eight bars and a spa.
By the time Buffett took the stage at 4:30 p.m. Saturday for his free concert, it was already 5 o'clock somewhere. Buffett joked that he finally got to play the iconic Bandshell, one of the few remnants of old Hollywood.
The Bandshell, built in the 1970s, will feature local music several nights a week, but is now run by Margaritaville.
The Miami Herald reports the city contributed more than $20 million to the project and is hoping it will transform the area into a more sophisticated vacation escape with a Caribbean-themed vibe.
CBS is swapping out episodes of two prime-time series on Monday night because of sensitivity concerns following the deadly Paris attacks.
The network said Sunday it will replace an episode of the new series "Supergirl" that was supposed to deal with a bombing. In its place will be an early Thanksgiving episode in which Kara's character suspects her foster mother disapproves of her new role as a superhero.
The network is also shelving an episode of "NCIS: Los Angeles" about recruitment of young women by the Islamic State group. It will be replaced by an episode concerning a missing woman.
Television networks usually scour their schedules in the event of major tragedies to scrub out material that might trigger bad memories for viewers.
Hundreds of ghostly white deer roaming among overgrown munitions bunkers at a sprawling former Army weapons depot face an uncertain future after living and breeding largely undisturbed since the middle of last century.
The white deer - a genetic quirk that developed naturally on the 7,000-acre, fenced-in expanse - have thrived, even as the depot itself has transitioned from one of the most important Cold War storehouses of bombs and ammunition to a decommissioned relic.
Now, as local officials seek to put the old Seneca Army Depot up for bids next month, there is concern that the sale could also mean the end of the line for the unusual white deer. A group of residents dedicated to saving the animals has proposed turning the old depot into a world-class tourist attraction to show off both its rich military history and its unusual wildlife. The Nature Conservancy also is looking at options for preserving the largely undeveloped landscape.
The white deer owe their continued existence to 24 miles of rusting chain-link perimeter fencing that went up when the depot was built in 1941, capturing several dozen wild white-tailed deer in the area's extensive woodlands. The white deer are natural genetic variants of the normal brown ones. They're not albinos, which lack all pigment, but are leucistic, lacking pigment only in their fur.
The depot, completed a month before the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, provided for the ordnance storage needs of the nation for 60 years. It covered an area larger than the city of Syracuse, 40 miles to the northeast, and stored bombs and ammunition in 500 steel-and-concrete bunkers called igloos.
In recent days, the largest U.S. managers of private prescription drug benefits have cut off at least eight pharmacies that work closely with drugmakers, intensifying scrutiny of a system that helps inflate drug prices, officials at the benefit managers told Reuters.
The terminations come from payers who together manage drug benefits for more than 100 million Americans, and they follow disclosures by Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc in late October that one pharmacy accounted for about 7 percent of its sales.
"What we had not been aware of, until really the last year, was these type of pharmacies that have a really high proportion of sales from a drugmaker and it was not out in the open," Everett Neville, senior vice president of supply chain at Express Scripts Holding Co said in an interview.
The actions are being felt by drugmakers that have come to rely on hefty price hikes to boost profits. Valeant's closely-linked pharmacy, Philidor Rx Services, pressed insurers to pay for expensive Valeant treatments even though much cheaper generic alternatives were available.
Actress Jane Fonda and her brother actor Peter Fonda attend the 7th Annual Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Governors Awards at The Ray Dolby Ballroom in Hollywood, California November 14, 2015.
Photo by Mario Anzuoni
About 1,500 Latter-day Saints have submitted letters of resignation from the Mormon Church to protest a new policy barring children of married same-sex couples from being baptized until they are adults, movement organizers said on Sunday.
More than 1,000 people gathered on Saturday near the Salt Lake City headquarters of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS) to protest the policy they see as discriminatory and harmful to families, with many standing in long lines to submit their resignations, they said.
Leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints approved the policy this month. It added same-sex marriage to acts considered to be a renunciation of the Mormon faith and thus subject to church discipline, including excommunication.
The new church policy bars children of gay married couples from being baptized in the faith until they turn 18, leave their parents' home and disavow same-sex marriage or cohabitation.
Eighty-one years after a neglected tribal water supply caused a devastating outbreak of typhoid fever and a century after the state outlawed spearfishing of the salmon that fed their ancestors, Native American tribes who trace their history back millennia say their trust in the government of Maine is at an all-time low.
What has long been an uneasy peace between the state government and the tribes who desire sovereignty has degraded with clashes on issues ranging from fishing rights to new casinos - a dispute so vitriolic that Gov. Paul LePage (R-Pendejo) withdrew an executive order that sought to promote cooperation between the two sides and some of the tribes abandoned their seats in the legislature.
"This marriage between the tribe and the state is little more than a shotgun wedding between unwilling partners," said Fred Moore, the chief of the Passamaquoddy Tribe at Pleasant Point. "There's always value in reconciling, but that requires both sides to want to come to the table."
The state's recognized tribes - the Passamaquoddies, the Penobscot Nation, Aroostook Band of Micmacs and the Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians - are only a small portion of the state's population, about 8,000 people from a total population of about 1.3 million. Their legislative representatives are permitted to introduce bills, but their votes are not counted. And doubts linger about whether they will participate in Maine's coming legislative season after the last one proved tumultuous.
In April, LePage rescinded a 2011 order directing state agencies and departments to create policies recognizing the sovereignty of the tribes, among other things. His spokesman said efforts to collaborate and communicate with the tribes were "unproductive" and state interests were not being respected.
The box-office duo of James Bond and Charlie Brown again dominated North American movie theaters over the weekend, while Angelina Jolie Pitt's "By the Sea" made barely a ripple.
Sony's "Spectre," the 24th Bond installment and last week's top film, took in $35.4 million in its second weekend, according to studio estimates Sunday. Daniel Craig's fourth Bond film has most flexed its muscles abroad, where the majority of its $500 million-plus two-week global haul has come from. It got a boost, too, over the weekend in China, where it debuted with $48 million - the best opening for a 2-D, U.S. release in China, Sony said.
Of the new releases, the Christmas comedy "Love the Coopers" - a family holiday gathering directed by Jessie Nelson and starring an ensemble including Diane Keaton and Alan Arkin - fared the best. It took in $8.4 million for CBS Films.
Warner Bros.' Chilean miner drama, "The 33," earned a middling $5.8 million. Though the 2010 disaster, which trapped 33 miners underground, riveted the world for 69 days, moviegoers showed little interest in a dramatized version of the event starring Antonio Banderas and Lou Diamond Phillips.
Universal Pictures considerably scaled back the release of the poorly reviewed "By the Sea," a marital drama starring Jolie Pitt and Brad Pitt. Playing in just 10 theaters, it made only $95,440. The third film directed by Jolie Pitt, who also wrote the script, "By the Sea" was made for a modest $10 million, so it won't hurt Universal much, but proved surprisingly unappealing to moviegoers despite starring two of Hollywood's biggest stars.
Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theaters, according to Rentrak. Where available, the latest international numbers for Friday through Sunday are also included. Final domestic figures will be released Monday.
1. "Spectre," $35.4 million ($152.6 million international).
2. "The Peanuts Movie," $24.2 million ($2.5 million international).
3. "Love the Coopers," $8.4 million.
4. "The Martian," $6.7 million ($5.3 million international).
5. "The 33," $5.8 million.
6. "Goosebumps," $4.7 million ($2.4 million international).
7. "Bridge of Spies," $4.3 million ($1.2 million international).
8. "Prem Ratan Dhan Payo," $2.4 million ($31 million international).
9. "Hotel Transylvania 2," $2.4 million ($8.9 million international).
10. "The Last Witch Hunter," $1.5 million ($5.2 million international).
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