MEGHAN WARNER BAKER WAS AHEAD OF HER TIME WHEN SHE PURCHASED A 1970S SKI CHALET AND LET IT BE ITS RETRO SELF. FIFTEEN YEARS LATER, IT’S COOLER THAN EVER.
BETSY EBY Mystics
The American Quaker John Greenleaf Whittier wrote a poem about the Vedic practice of consuming a hallucinogenic drink in rituals. As a Quaker he advocated, rather, waiting for “the still small voice of calm.”
A Vibrant Reimagining of a Mid-'60s Williamsburg High-Rise Co-op
Cassandra Bromfield inherited the apartment from her mother and has made it her own.
NOSH ON THIS
When it comes to bagels, Sam Brickman doesn’t mess around. He’s got the recipe down to a science to achieve the bread’s signature texture—crisp on the outside and oh-so-soft on the inside.
Reintroducing Sonia Sotomayor
Over a decade into her tenure, the once-maligned justice has taken up the mantle of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Thurgood Marshall. But what can she accomplish on the most conservative court in decades?
Brother Where are We?
Two brothers discover a winter challenge when they ski to McKeever Cabin in the Upper Peninsula— along with the refuge of warm fires, gorgeous landscapes and Blackrocks beer.
The Nightmare Share
She posted an ad for a roommate. What’s the worst that could happen?
A REVIVAL IN EAST JORDAN
A GENERAL STORE IS REBORN, AS A LOCAL FAMILY BREATHES NEW LIFE INTO THIS HISTORIC TOWN.
‘Roaring'? Not So Fast
A century ago, a boom followed a pandemic, but history may not repeat itself
How I Helped My Dad Die
His body wrecked by ALS, my father insisted that his death, like his life, was his to control
THIS YEAR, I AM MY OWN VALENTINE IN AND THAT 'S OK
A LOVE LETTER TO MYSELF…AND ALL THE SINGLE GIRLS OUT THERE
The bad beauty habit I *finally* broke
HOW LIFE IN LOCKDOWN TAUGHT ME TO STOP NIBBLING MY NAILS.
Can Covid-19 Vaccines Be Mixed And Matched?
Can COVID-19 vaccines be mixed and matched?
We Have Our First Female Vice President - Here's Why That Matters To Me.
Kamala Harris isn’t just the VP— she’s proof that our generation can dream bigger than we ever thought possible.
Yes, you *can* have everything you want
It’s time to manifest your biggest dreams. Because making (and not keeping) new year’s resolutions is so last year.
I didn't even get to say goodbye
Losing a loved one can feel like a nightmare you never wake up from. Here’s how one GL girl got through the sudden death of her boyfriend—and learned to dream again.
How to Recover from a Really Bad Call
Everyone makes mistakes. Here’s how to move past regret, repair your rep—and heal yourself.
Ditch the Friend Drama!
Hint: It starts with what you say—and how you say it.
But First, Coffee
It’s a rare day when you open up TikTok or Instagram Stories and see your fave influencers *without* a giant Dunkin’ iced coffee in hand. And for years, Starbucks’ ubiquitous cups have been seen as a status symbol—even considered an actual accessory.
How to Fix Your 2020 Brain
Want to get back to feeling good? We asked mental health experts to share their steps for lowering your anxious feelings and upping the optimism.
Hayley LeBlanc is here
She grew up on YouTube, but now Hayley LeBlanc is ready to run the world, in her very own way.
THE LEGEND OF THE QUETZAL BIRD
A Mayan Tale retold by Pat Betteley illustrated by Amanda Shepherd
Time for yet another offensive coordinator
The Dolphins will have a new offensive coordinator again in 2021.
Semana Santa GUATEMALA'S HOLY WEEK
What if Easter preparations meant dyeing sand, collecting pine needles, and staying up all night to work on an art project that you knew would be ruined the very next day? Well, welcome to Guatemala’s Semana Santa, or Holy Week.
The state of the Dolphins media session
Here were the highlights of General Manager Chris Grier and Head Coach Brian Flores’ annual season-ending media session.
The Maya are groups of people who live in parts of Mexico, Honduras, and Guatemala. Their ancestors created a great society. At its peak, from 600-900 C.E., the Maya civilization was more advanced than its neighbors in the Americas.
Interesting offseason ahead
The Dolphins still need to put together some pieces despite taking a big step forward during the challenging 2020 season
Playing Games Honduras-style
Would you play the same games in Honduras that you do in the United States? You might. Children in Honduras enjoy many of the same games North Americans do. They go fishing and shoot baskets. They play sandlot baseball—called bate (BAH tay). They fly kites and ride bikes. Their parents may go horseback riding or play golf or tennis.
Howard's performance should be saluted
We were fortunate to witness a truly dominant performance this season by cornerback Xavien Howard. It wasn’t only his 10 interceptions, tying a longstanding team record and the most in the NFL since 2007, it was the way he played with such confidence and at such a high level of efficiency.
LIVING A LONG LIFE IN THE Blue Zone
Most people would like to live as long a life as possible. No one really knows why some people live longer than others, but did you know that where you live can play a big part in how many years you’ll be alive? If you live in a Blue Zone, chances are that you will live much longer than people in other parts of the world.