Advertising for fatty, salty and sugary food and drink is disproportionately aimed at Black and Hispanic children, teens and adults, a new study finds.
Here's how to find bioluminescence in Southern California—and why you should.
Since the start of the pandemic, some of your friends and family have probably upped their outdoor game. These gifts are for those who love to hike, camp and trail run — or for those who just want to picnic on a nice blanket or take a joy ride with their dog.
When Valley native Mark Okuda saw the sushi masters who were his mentors retiring, he worried that the traditions they guarded would die with them. Carrying on what they taught him, he now hopes to nurture the next generation of chefs at The Brothers Sushi in Woodland Hills, which he purchased in 2018.
Secret Menu is a magazine for the restaurant community with stories that aim to inspire, inform, and connect. From first-hand interviews to features and photo essays, Secret Menu is a celebration of local restaurants, the communities they sustain, and the incredibly hard work of running a business.
Lighten and liven up your holiday dinner with these bright salads.
A smart condiment in your refrigerator is a potential powerhouse. With the right applications, one little container of aioli or dressing can enliven everything you eat over several days—sometimes, even longer.
For the founder of Accessible Yoga, “anyone can do yoga” isn’t a slogan—it’s a lifelong mission.
We crouch down and peer at tiny plants that are usually crushed by our feet, marveling at their regenerative and medicinal powers. I’ll never look at this park—which I thought was just a dry, dusty bowl—the same way again.
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I’m a maximalist prepper who likes to be ready for every possible kid emergency, so letting go of my trusty Jujube Diaper Backpack was hard. With its endless organizational pockets, I was ready for every cut, bruise, and accident. Even before I had kids, I’d gaze in envy at carefree gals toting minimalist clutches, my giant shoulder bag with an extra pair of flats weighing down my ...
New York is a city defined by creativity and diversity. We sat down with Michelle Im, a rising Korean-American ceramics star based in the Ridgewood neighborhood of Queens, to learn about the ways the metropolis powers her drive and imagination—and where to find some of that inspiration for yourself.
We tapped a local Korean-American artist for her take on what the many thriving Asian communities of Queens have to offer. Check out these recommendations for the borough’s energetic, bustling hubs for eating, drinking, shopping, and nightlife.