Books – Abolish the Poor
Matthew Desmond argues that poverty persists because we let it.
Let's Have a Real Conversation About Barbara Walters
Seventeen leading broadcasters on her legacy and making their way in the world she made.
A Little-Known Planet
An entomologist races to find caterpillars before they disappear.
A Celebration of Women Artists
Lee Vasu has been hosting an annual juried exhibition of exceptional women artists at Dacia Gallery in New York’s East Village for 10 years now.
Artist Marc Trujillo distills the sterility of American consumerism into haunting snapshots of the mundane, liminal, moments that make up much of our lives.
2023 BMW iX Vs 2023 Rivian R1S
Buying an electric vehicle used to mean choosing from battery range, performance, utility or luxury.
'Enchanted Dolphin' Casts Its Spell on Contest Judges
Magical image of Amazon pink dolphin wins Underwater Photographer of the Year
'I'm Sorry I Chased You With a Booger'
Lessons on the right way to teach kids to apologize and grown-ups, too
You Are What You Just Ate
The new science of nutrition promises customized dietary recommendations designed to keep you healthy and to ward off disease.
Instagram's Founders Say It's Time for a New Social App
The rise of AI and the fall of Twitter could create opportunities for upstarts
Google's ChatGPT Response? Stuff Al Into Everything
○ A company widely seen as a leader in the field scrambles to regain the initiative
Apple Introduces New Pastel Yellow Color Option for iPhone 14
Apple has added a new pastel yellow color option to its iPhone 14 and 14 Plus lineup, which will be available for pre-order starting from March 10.
A New Way to Read Gatsby
F. Scott Fitzgerald never explicitly states Jay Gatsby's race.
The French Are in a Panic Over Le Wokisme
The nation's vehement rejection of identity politics made me recalibrate my own views about woke ideology.
We're Already in the Metaverse
Reality is blurred. Boredom is intolerable. And everything is entertainment.
He's the youngest player ever to reach number one in men's tennis. How far will Carlos Alcaraz go?
Catering as installation art? Tableware with a sense of humor? The creations of Laila and Nadia Gohar have turned food-world self-seriousness delightfully on its head.
A Different Drum
Maxwell Frost, the youngest member of Congress, is marching to his own beat.
Trial by Fire
After a barnburning run on Killing. Eve, Jodie Comer heads to Broadway 1 in a piercing courtroom drama. Adam Green bears witness.
Into the Mystic
The neo-soul icon Erykah Badu has long made spiritual, theatrical, ethereal style her calling card. Finally, fashion has caught up with her.
Soak It Up
Hotels are telling us to slow down and take to the tub.
Who Invited You? - When Species 'Invade'
Marauding camels from Afghanistan, India, and the Middle East overrun Australia. The "invaders" flatten fences, topple into wells, and devour native plants. Meanwhile, toxic toads originally from Central and South America multiply without mercy and poison Aussie critters to near-extinction.
From a distance, the picture looks like a pen-and-ink study of a super famous painting, the Mona Lisa, by Leonardo da Vinci. Up close, all you see is a squiggly mess of connected lines that form a jagged but continuous path.
A Fiesta of Flavors
There's no denying that Puerto Rico has a wealth of culture, a captivating past, and an abundance of scenic wonders. It should come as no surprise, then, that the island's food is also rich in fun and flavor. Traditional Borinquén fare has influences from around the world. It is rooted in native tastes. But it was blended with African cooking styles, refined with Spanish flavors, and later zested by Dutch, Irish, Italian, and even Chinese elements. No wonder the cuisine is nicknamed la cocina criolla, or "the creole kitchen!"
Women at war
In the historical context of the First World War, entrenched traditionalism, separate spheres ideology, patriarchy and, to some extent, Imperialism all contributed to the argument against using women in wartime British intelligence,’ writes Sarah-Louise Miller.
'I Am Strong Enough'
Not sure you can take on a new challenge like franchising? Shea Coleman has advice she learned from the military: You've got this.
10 Rules for Building a Personal Brand That Lasts
We asked 10 people with devoted, lucrative followings to share the most unexpected takeaways from their wild and winding journeys of building personal brands.
The Business of Getting Personal
Lewis Howes has built a massive (and massively lucrative) personal brand by getting very personal with his audience. What's the secret? Don't be afraid to rewrite your story, over and over.
Your Personal Brainstorm
Need to sort out your thoughts? Steal a page (literally) from Nikhita Singh, cofounder of Artificial. Here's how.
Why This? Why Now? Why You?
You don't need expertise to disrupt an industry. You just need good answers to those three questions. That's how Naveen Jain, founder of medical testing company Viome, has built his legendary career.