It Had To Be Drew
The actress-entrepreneur delivers a new CBS Talk Show full of heart, humor, and hope. Would you expect anything less?
Whitewashing the Great Depression
How the preeminent photographic record of the period eclipsed people of color and shaped the nation’s self-image
Bringing Politics Into the Classroom
Why it’s impossible—and irresponsible— for teachers in minority communities to ignore the subject
The Existential Despair of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Revisiting the most disturbing Christmas special
The Last Children of Down Syndrome
Prenatal testing is changing who gets born and who doesn't. This is just the beginning.
Death Of A Small Business
“I’m more than just my store,” my father told me. And yet, for nearly his entire adult life, all of his decisions had argued the opposite.
There's No Stopping Santa
The middle of a global pandemic might seem like a good time to cut back on holiday excess. But then, we live in America.
The Group Portrait: Rockettes, Spectacular-less
For the first time since its inception in 1933, there will be no Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall.
Moving On Up (on TikTok)
In 2019, Ashnikko broke out after a viral hit on the app. What if it wasn’t a fluke?
First Taste - Don't Call It Tex-Mex
Yellow Rose brings fresh flour tortillas, vegan queso, and a honky-tonk vibe to the East Village.
Though her first year in the WNBA was anything but normal, Atlanta dream star Chennedy Carter is on her way to a long career in front of the bright lights.
Headtrip – Your brain on video chat
Dating, Catching up with family, and going to happy hour are best in person.
Children Of Quarantine
What does a year of isolation and anxiety do to a developing brain?
Life On The Line
On the Western edge of Borneo, a novel conservation-minded health-care model could provide the world with a blueprint to stop next pandemic before it starts.
The Needs Of The Few
Designing with the marginalized in mind can improve all of out lives.
Landing a Lifeline
For those whose livelihood depends on the ocean, a covid-spurred interruption in the seafood market might speed progress toward a more sustainable future—for them and for fish.
Empty Desks: Coronavirus Robs US Classrooms Of Teachers
In July, fourth-grade teacher Susanne Michael was ecstatic as she celebrated the adoption of a former student from a troubled home and two of the girl’s brothers. For the festivities, Michael dressed them and her other children in matching T-shirts that read “Gotcha FOREVER.”
Apple Watch Series 6 Review
Still a rhapsody, now in blue yet the best, even with caveats.
Alta Audio Alyssa
At first look, our November 2020 review of the standmount loudspeaker ($5000/pair) from Alta Audio1 appeared to be a thorough vindication of the Stereophile method of reviewing, combining measurements with a subjective listening journal. John Atkinson’s measurements were generally fine, but he uncovered “strong discontinuities in the impedance traces at 174Hz and 291Hz [that] imply the presence of resonances.” They could only be internal airspace resonances, since he found the Alyssa’s cabinet to be admirably inert.
Apple To Cut App Stor Fees as Legal Scrutiny Intensifies
Apple will cut its app store commissions in half for most developers beginning next year amid an intensifying debate about whether the iPhone maker has been using the fees to unfairly fatten its profits and stifle rivals competing against its own music, video, and other subscription services.
Paula Echevarría – "Me hace mucha gracia que la gente se fije en lo que llevo. No soy un oráculo"
En el segundo trimestre de su embarazo, la actriz lanza 'Paula Rouge', su nuevo perfume. Hablamos con ella de fragancias, moda, deseo y navidad en tiempos de pandemia.
Classic Training Camp
I guess it all started with falling in love with the gym and training. I played a lot of sports growing up. My parents were those parents where if I said I wanted to try something, they put me in it.
Best Squatting Techniques for Maximum Muscle Growth
The squat’s radical capability to boost muscle growth and strength stems from the large muscle groups activated during the squat, such as the quadriceps and gluteus maximus.
Creatine: The Best Forms
New products and formulations are introduced to the supplement market every day. However, it is very rare for a product or especially an ingredient to create noteworthy evolution in supplement performance. Arguably, the greatest leap up this axiomatic evolutionary ladder occurred with the advent of creatine supplements in the 1990s. Creatine has proven over and over to be “the real deal” in clinical research and broscience. It’s a muscle-building, performance-enhancing supplement that nearly all athletes should use.
A Prince, a Financer... And A Very Private Bank
Prince Andrew’s friendship with David Rowland gave cachet to Banque Havilland, a Luxembourg lender that wooed sketchy clients in high places
America Needs YOU to Track Covid-19
The government struggled to publish high-quality data on the virus, so the unofficial Covid Tracking Project stepped up
A Covid Boost for Flu Fighters
Developers of influenza vaccines are benefiting from the focus on the coronavirus
Wife-Beater Johnny In a Terrible Spot!
Fears loser Depp may self-destruct after ugly court fight with Amber
Hand Tool Starter Kit
For a long time, there were really only a couple options to get started using planes and other hand tools: shell out big bucks for new, premium-quality tools that are ready to cut out of the box or learn how to restore old tools before you ever take blade to wood.
An Unusual Retirement
In Conversation with Plane Maker Karl Holtey