Craft beer’s bro-code is still enforcing outdated typecasts on what we define as good beer, bad beer and who drinks which.
I want the Warby Parker of hearing aids: smart-looking and aesthetic and maybe tortoiseshell. I'd even settle for an ear trumpet.
In an arid wasteland of jobs, Groupon and its imitators were like desert oases for income-thirsty 20somethings.
Over sweating cans of cucumber gose, Shyretha’s telling me about Ma Ruby: “People would get off work and stop by to get a plate to bring home. That was dinner on Friday nights.”
Often, the word “flattering” simply boils down to camouflaging your body’s flaws.
The coins are a lasting symbol of how a fearful society stripped away the humanity and agency of people affected by the disease.
Carville was often witness to agony, but it was also a place where life continued to unfold anyway: a functioning civilization in miniature.
No longer is the promise simply extra income: In its place is a rhetoric that reads like a patois of pseudo-empowering marketplace feminism with a tinge of gig economy side hustle-speak.
This type designer and letterer makes words luscious, curvaceous and anything but ordinary.
Here’s how our brains — and the internet — can turn a hobby into a full-blown obsession. (We’re looking at you, YouTube gurus.)
Class anxiety festers and thrives under capitalism. Buying fakes can feel like a sneaky way of beating these luxury empires at their own game.
In 2014, Kennedy had the top of his skull sawed off, and tiny electrodes implanted inside his brain, in order to understand it better.
Makeup and skincare has taken care of me…or more accurately, it’s helped me to take care of myself.”
“I love preservation. Writing is the preservation of a memory.”