This morning, New Orleans–based artist and business owner Ally Burguieres woke up with an opossum next to her in bed.
In 2014, Kennedy had the top of his skull sawed off, and tiny electrodes implanted inside his brain, in order to understand it better.
The “village” part of this neighborhood’s moniker (aka EAV) isn’t just a cutesy realtor-invented label.
This type designer and letterer makes words luscious, curvaceous and anything but ordinary.
“I love preservation. Writing is the preservation of a memory.”
Less than two miles from the church where Dr. King made history, the civil rights movement is experiencing a rebirth with the opening of the long-awaited National Center for Civil and Human Rights.
Class anxiety festers and thrives under capitalism. Buying fakes can feel like a sneaky way of beating these luxury empires at their own game.
Society tells us that addiction is a weakness. Science tells us addiction is, in part, written in our blood and stamped into our marrow.
Often, the word “flattering” simply boils down to camouflaging your body’s flaws.
Here’s how our brains — and the internet — can turn a hobby into a full-blown obsession. (We’re looking at you, YouTube gurus.)
Makeup and skincare has taken care of me…or more accurately, it’s helped me to take care of myself.”
“I love power-clashing patterns... I feel like leopard print is a neutral.”
“The beauty found in science, just as the beauty we embody ourselves, with or without makeup, can be a very empowering thing indeed.”
For more than 60 years, Weeki Wachee, Florida has laid claim to one of the most curiously awesome roadside tourist attractions in the state
Doesn’t every commercially sold cosmetic undergo extensive safety testing and analysis before hitting shelves? Surprisingly, the answer is…“not really.”
Lady-run cosmetics companies are popping up left and right, offering handmade, cruelty-free alternatives to Sephora.
“People think they dislike Fernet until they've had it in a balanced way. The beer's coffee and rich dark chocolate notes work well with the Fernet to calm it down.”
n a city that often feels like a tangled patchwork of sovereign territories, these independent grocers anchor their neighborhoods with a strong sense of place and pride.
To get to the bottom of the matter, we turned to one of the most ambitious and fascinating studies of American linguistics: the Dictionary of American English.
If these wines could talk, they would probably speak with vocal fry.
"They're like, ‘Here, drink this!’ And you do it and you're like, ‘What the fuck?’ You don't understand what's going on, and there's a tire fire in your mouth for the next half hour, and you can't taste anything, and you're twitching on the floor.
Five years ago, Shirley Hughes Tubbs subsisted on baked cod and spent more than 15 hours a week at the gym. Today, she sells incredibly fattening, sugar-laden cupcakes for a living.
Whether it’s a serendipitously drawn Empress card or the weight of a smooth stone in the palm of your hand, it’s hard to turn your nose up at a lighthouse in a storm.
I am fairly certain that Heidi was at least partially responsible for my parents’ messy divorce.
Growing up short and stout, I was armed from the get-go with an arsenal of tools and tricks to trompe l’oeil my way out of the body I was born with.
When I was a teenager, my family left my father and refused to look back.
My Brief Foray Into Luxury Dentistry