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About those buttered noodles

So you’re a picky eater? Here’s the case for leveling up your palate.

9 mins read
Girls' Life magazine
December/January 2022

Cool Winter Reads

Brrr, it's cold out there! Bundle up with these books (and enter to win) at girlslife.com/coolwinterreads2022

1 min read
Girls' Life magazine
December/January 2022

'Tis the season...for giving back

Sayonara, Scrooge. Here’s how to make *everyone* (yep, even you) feel warm ‘n’ fuzzy this season.

6 mins read
Girls' Life magazine
December/January 2022

Ditch Your New Year's Resolutions ASAP

Meet New Year’s intentions: the much more authentic way to transform your life.

6 mins read
Girls' Life magazine
December/January 2022

Cheating is Actually a Really, Really Bad Idea

What’s making students so dishonest? We’re breaking down why cutting corners just isn’t worth it.

6 mins read
Girls' Life magazine
December/January 2022

The Gift That Keeps On Giving (Hint: It 's you)

Because you don’t have to spend a single babysitting dollar to totally make someone’s season. Cue the cheer!

4 mins read
Girls' Life magazine
December/January 2022

“Ugh! my family is so…"

Are your holiday hangouts dragging you down? Don’t go Grinch just yet, because we’re solving your stressiest fam sitches.

4 mins read
Girls' Life magazine
December/January 2022

Yes, Beauty Sleep is a real thing.

Let’s face it: Breakouts, a dull complexion and looking like an exhausted raccoon is basically the stuff of nightmares.

4 mins read
Girls' Life magazine
December/January 2022

Finding You Perfect Foundation Match

Makeup brands (finally!) have huge ranges of foundation shades. But now with so many to choose from, picking the perfect product can feel daunting. Allow us to introduce your new base bestie...

2 mins read
Girls' Life magazine
December/January 2022

Unwrappers' Delight

Americans can’t resist the lure of elaborate packaging.

10 mins read
The Atlantic
December 2021

The End Of Trust

Suspicion is undermining the American economy.

7 mins read
The Atlantic
December 2021

The Miraculous Sound of Forgiveness

In his thrillingly transgressive opera The Marriage of Figaro, Mozart pulled off his most amazing musical feat.

10+ mins read
The Atlantic
December 2021

How Self-Reliant Was Emerson?

Transcendentalism, the American philosophy that championed the individual, emerged from an exceptionally tight-knit community.

10+ mins read
The Atlantic
December 2021

The Martial Art I Can't Live Without

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu has been compared to chess, philosophy, even psychoanalysis. But its real appeal is on the mat.

8 mins read
The Atlantic
December 2021

The Autocrats Are Winning

If the 20th century was the story of liberal democracy’s progress toward victory over other ideologies— communism, fascism, virulent nationalism— the 21st century is, so far, a story of the reverse.

10+ mins read
The Atlantic
December 2021

The Singularity is Here

Artificially intelligent advertising technology is poisoning our societies.

10+ mins read
The Atlantic
December 2021

The Temple of Speed

Reno entices even this altitude-oriented pilot.

6 mins read
Flying
December 2021

Biden in Free Fall

Progressive donors to the left of him, cynical centrists to the right— a unified theory of why his popular agenda is so unpopular.

10+ mins read
New York magazine
November 22 - December 5, 2021

A Normie's Guide to Becoming a Crypto Person

How to (cautiously and skeptically) fall down the rabbit hole.

10+ mins read
New York magazine
November 22 - December 5, 2021

You Don't Cancel Me. I Cancel You.

On the precipice of sports-gambling riches— and facing sexual-misconduct allegations—Barstool Sports’ Dave Portnoy doubles down on the culture war.

10+ mins read
New York magazine
November 22 - December 5, 2021

Kathy Hochul's Got Seven Months

To govern. To campaign. And to tell New Yorkers what, if anything, she believes in.

10+ mins read
New York magazine
November 22 - December 5, 2021

Bad Bunny Off Cycle

Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio turned 27 this year. It’s been a time for introspection.

10+ mins read
New York magazine
November 22 - December 5, 2021

80 Minutes With… Dasha Nekrasova

The podcast provocateur is on Succession and made a horror movie about Jeffrey Epstein. Are her days of niche fame over?

6 mins read
New York magazine
November 22 - December 5, 2021

The Most Broken Business in America

Biden’s Build Back Better plan may make day care more affordable for parents—if the providers don’t go belly up first

10+ mins read
Bloomberg Businessweek
November 22 - 29, 2021

Crypto's Regulation Fix: We'll Handle It

Execs say traditional agencies don’t have the tools or expertise to oversee the sector alone

4 mins read
Bloomberg Businessweek
November 22 - 29, 2021

Strongmen? Us?

Don’t let their confidence fool you: Xi, Putin, and other authoritarians are increasingly vulnerable at home

6 mins read
Bloomberg Businessweek
November 22 - 29, 2021

Bill Gates Venture Picks Wyoming City for Sodium Nuke Plant

A small city in the top U.S. coal-mining state of Wyoming will be home to a Bill Gates-backed experimental nuclear power project near a coalfired power plant that will soon close, officials announced Tuesday.

3 mins read
Techlife News
20, November 2021

Death from Above

Drones are cheap, accessible and potentially lethal. Could they cause the next 9/11?

10+ mins read
Newsweek
November 26, 2021

Biden Administration Launches Series on Arctic Energy

Members of the Biden administration launched a series of events aimed at exploring the Arctic’s potential to act as a “living laboratory of clean energy innovation.”

2 mins read
Techlife News
20, November 2021

Under Pressure, Apple Allows Self-repairs to Iphones, Macs

Apple is letting some iPhone users fix their own phones, a sharp turnaround for a company that has long prohibited anyone but company-approved technicians from fiddling with its proprietary parts and software.

2 mins read
Techlife News
20, November 2021