CATEGORIES

BEYOND THE CONDIMENT with Chef Brandon Collins

When it comes to food, we all have our favorites from sides, entrees, desserts, sauces and more. We caught up with Chef Brandon Collins who is the Mustard Sommelier of Maille, a heritage Dijon brand which also includes an assortment of mustards, vinegars etc. He told us about what his job entails, how he stays up on mustards and their variants as a whole and also shares the culinary history of this brand! He also provides insights into the healthy aspects of it as well as how it is more of a condiment and a phenomenal ingredient to use when cooking a number of your favorite foods or even enjoying it with quality ice cream!

10+ mins read
Athleisure Mag
December 2020

ATHLEISURE LIST: Williamsburg, BK WINONA'S

Winona's launched last month in Williamsburg, BK. With a nod to this family-owned business with British roots. It has a focus on clean flavors and locally sourced ingredients.

2 mins read
Athleisure Mag
December 2020

Solitude & skiing

Even in the ‘empty nester’ years, it’s fun to strap on skis or snowshoes for a trek in the snowy wonderland

4 mins read
The Good Life
January 2021

HIGHWAY HAZARDS

Learn How to Serve as an Effective First Responder to Vehicular Trauma Incidents

6 mins read
OFFGRID
Issue 41

ATHLEISURE LIST: EQUIPMENT + STREAMING CITYROW

Founded by Helaine Knapp,'s CITY ROW Signature-class format combines rowing intervals with strength training for a total body HIIT-style workout.

1 min read
Athleisure Mag
December 2020

Upgrading by downsizing

Builder believes tiny homes have large variety of uses

4 mins read
The Good Life
January 2021

Chocolatier follows her heart

A long and winding road to doing what she loves:

5 mins read
The Good Life
January 2021

Taking an off-grid break during the pandemic

As the owners of Ravenous Catering located in Monitor, Valarie Gilmour and Dave Toal are usually very busy people, but in 2020 the lack of weddings and large gatherings gave them time to indulge their wanderlust.

5 mins read
The Good Life
January 2021

Our stories continue: Filling a heart with joy

MY BEST DAY 2020

2 mins read
The Good Life
January 2021

Joy for both dogs and humans in walking

PET TALES

5 mins read
The Good Life
January 2021

It's the BEST Day because I live here & I live now

What makes the best day for me? Any day at all that I wake up in the USA.

1 min read
The Good Life
January 2021

Hair-raising resolutions for the New Year

New Year’s Eve traditions

3 mins read
The Good Life
January 2021

Catching up with 4 artists and their creations

It’s always a pleasure talking with artists about their projects, but it’s especially nice to check in after a few years and hear about continuing growth and new directions.

7 mins read
The Good Life
January 2021

Here's How a Dublin Studio Fuses Modern Style and Safety During the COVID Era

IN THE MIDST of daily highs and lows, life unfolds in the gray middle area—and at the Space Between, a Dublin yoga studio that recently celebrated its first anniversary in the wake of a pandemic, it’s that challenging intersection of dark and light where yogis deepen their practice.

3 mins read
Yoga Journal
January - February 2021

find your flow

At specific points around the world, the earth churns with tangible, tingly energy at sites known as vortices, visited by those seeking connection, healing, or a good story to tell. Here’s your road map to six such hotspots in the Western United States—and what to do once you get there.

10+ mins read
Yoga Journal
January - February 2021

Holotropic Breathing Ignites Boundless Joy

I’VE TRIED ALL sorts of breathwork practices, from the Wim Hof Method to three-part breath, but Holotropic breathing—a pattern of inhalations and exhalations designed to help practitioners access higher states of consciousness—was new to me.

3 mins read
Yoga Journal
January - February 2021

I Started Resiliency School to Cultivate Peace in the Modern World

SOMETIMES LIFE COMES at you blow after blow. When that happens, how do you get up? How do you thrive?

7 mins read
Yoga Journal
January - February 2021

Grace Cathedral Fosters Inclusivity and Healing through Yoga

BEFORE COVID-19 SHUTTERED the city, on any given Tuesday in downtown San Francisco, hundreds of mat-toting yogis streamed up Nob Hill in droves to converge at the historic Grace Cathedral, a midcentury Episcopalian church the size of a football field where, in 1965, nearly 5,000 people gathered—spilling out into the streets—to hear a sermon from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

2 mins read
Yoga Journal
January - February 2021

come on Get Higher

Best-selling author and wellness educator Lalah Delia on raising your vibration to find your highest Self

9 mins read
Yoga Journal
January - February 2021

Liz “Snorkel” Thomas HIKING ICON

Thomas has thru-hiked more than 20 long trails, including the Pacific Crest, Continental Divide and Appalachian Trails (the Triple Crown). On top of that, she set a fastest known time on the AT for an unsupported woman and has completed dozens of urban thru-hikes as well. This issue, she joins Backpacker as a contributing editor. Here’s some of Thomas’s best advice and insight fed by more than 20,000 trail miles.

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Backpacker
January - February 2021

Out in the Open

In one of America’s least visited national parks, I find my authentic self.

7 mins read
Backpacker
January - February 2021

Tuna Melt Crunchwrap

Put a backcountry spin on a fast food cult favorite.

1 min read
Backpacker
January - February 2021

The BEST NIGHT OF YOUR LIFE

The national parks are our national treasure, and these 10 campsites are the best they have to offer. Hike in, pick up your jaw, and post up in paradise.

10+ mins read
Backpacker
January - February 2021

A Winner Never Quits

How adventurous billionaire Ted Turner invented the 24-hour news cycle

9 mins read
Maxim
January - February 2021

Slide for Life

Taylor Gibler, 26, barreled towards frozen peril after stumbling on Mt. Baker in June of 2020.

3 mins read
Backpacker
January - February 2021

Rising Above

Two gutsy climbers tackle South America’s highest summit.

2 mins read
Backpacker
January - February 2021

Fire and Ice

Find alpine bliss halfway through this snowshoe beneath an active volcano on Artist Point Trail in Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Washington.

1 min read
Backpacker
January - February 2021

Perfect fit

AUDREY KATHERINE JARVIS & GAGE GARRETT MCCARTY DECEMBER 14, 2019 • MADISON

4 mins read
Mississippi Magazine
January - February 2021

Te amo

PEPPER DORTHEA TAYLOR & WILLIAM WESLEY SELF SEPTEMBER 12, 2020 • NATCHEZ

4 mins read
Mississippi Magazine
January - February 2021

History lives on in port gibson

Step back in time to explore history and architecture from a bygone era.

5 mins read
Mississippi Magazine
January - February 2021