Michaela

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11 Modern Ceiling Fans That Are Actually Attractive

(Image credit: Rejuvenation)<p>Have you ever tried to find an attractive, modern ceiling fan? It is hard. Like, really hard. Ceiling fans seem to fall …

5 Things You DON'T Need to Start a Business - And 5 Things You DO Need

5 Things You Really DON'T Need to Start a Small Business<p>And 5 Things You DO Need<p>Updated March 09, 2018<p>You have a great idea for a small business and …

A Southern-Style Peach Cobbler With a 3-Ingredient Topping

<b>Preheat the oven to 350°F.</b> Place a rack in the middle of the oven.<p><b>Prepare the fruit:</b> Prepare the fruit as necessary — wash, peel, stem, seed, slice, …

Baking

Yotam Ottolenghi’s potato recipes

Forget the diet police: the potato is a hero ingredient to me<p>In the nursery rhyme One Potato, Two Potatoes, Three Potatoes, Four, the number of potatoes keeps going steadily up – which makes sense to me, because they are utterly delicious. But in the real world, sales of potatoes have been going …

Food

The Noodle Salads We're Bringing to Every Summer Party

These pasta salad recipes are so good, you'll forget to miss the mayo.<p>Whenever I see a pasta salad at a summer potluck or barbecue, I want it to be <i>so good,</i> but it never is. Often, those fusilli-or-cavatappi numbers are mayonnaise-y and heavy with with weird bits of carrot and bell pepper. For our …

A Seafood Lover's Road Trip in Coastal Maine

I WOKE UP hungry. Fortunately, I was in a town that can satiate a big appetite. My husband, Paul, and I had flown to Portland, Maine from New York late the previous night for a five-day road trip up the coast. We went to savor the state’s spring beauty, hike along some seaside trails, dip our toes …

7 modern kitchen sinks with a rustic touch

For those who love to cook, a good sink, enough counter space, and a comfortable work area are all essential elements for the kitchen. This comes as …

Kitchens

14 Instagram Accounts to Inspire Your Inner Organizer

One look at these pro organizers on Instagram will make even the most clutter-prone brain feel infinitely more organized. There’s just something so peaceful and satisfying about observing everything in its proper place. From color-coded closets to deliciously organized refrigerators, there’s so …

Innovative Google Chrome Extension Makes It Easy To Find Black Businesses

BuyBlack curates a list of black-owned alternatives to the sites you shop from online.<p>A growing number of people, celebrities included, have publicly expressed their support of black-owned businesses. But, at times, it can be difficult to find where certain products or services from black-owned …

WEB Du Bois's infographics on black life, from the 1900 Exposition Universelle

Activist/sociologist WEB Du Bois compiled a beautiful set of infographics on the state of black life since the end of slavery that were displayed at …

Campus concerns: the election issues unsettling students in Virginia

In the second of a series of election year discussions, African American students discuss job anxiety, concerns over police and the pressure of student debt<p>“I think the reason that so many people dislike millennials right now is because it’s such an integral point in time, and they don’t trust us,” …

African-American News

NEW MUSIC: Public Enemy Is Back! Stream ‘Man Plans, God Laughs’ #SoundCheck

<b>If any year needed some new Public Enemy, it was 2015. The band’s legendary mix of socio-political commentary, wry humor, and hyper-layered</b> …

Public Enemy's Chuck D on the best logo in hip hop

Chuck D talks to Juxtapoz Magazine editor Evan Pricco:<p><b>Do you remember the first time you showed the Public Enemy logo to somebody and what their</b> …

The Serious Eats Guide to Sugar

Some people get their kicks from an algebraic formula, some like theories of perpetual motion, and others get all jazzed about the periodic table. I am not, nor have I ever been, any of these people. Science and math were filed away in a back cabinet of my brain somewhere, sometime after high …