Ariela Vega

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5 Veggie-Packed Dinners I Eat When I Have My Act Together

You might assume that food bloggers cook big dinners every night, but that's not how my life works these days. I photograph my recipes in the …

Cooking

Miguel, sex, and the apocalypse

<b>"We're at the brink of war. Literal war."</b><p>Miguel, the R&B star best known for priapic boudoir anthems like Adorn, has had a rude awakening.<p>"Immigration, gun violence, terrorism. We are at the brink of war.<p>"And, at the same time, we're the most advanced we've ever been, technologically.<p>"We have the …

Black Lives Matter

China’s Top Ideologue Calls for Tight Control of Internet

WUZHEN, China — Little heard from but hugely influential, the professor-turned-Communist theoretician who has been a major adviser to three Chinese leaders finally stepped out of the shadows on Sunday.<p>Known as the brain behind President Xi Jinping, Wang Huning made his first major speech since …

China

Travel | The Gentleman's Journal | The world's finest destinations

Lifestyle ―2 weeks ago<p>Which airline has the best luxury cabin?The ticket's booked, the Out of Office is on and your gear is Rimowa-ready. It’s time …

7 Travel Books to Put on Your Holiday Gift List

Wondering what to give to your favorite bookish traveler? Read on.<p>Whether the people on your list have been naughty or nice (we’ll leave that call to Santa), we’ve picked seven books packed with inspiring travel images, stories, and maps that are perfect for gifting to those with wanderlust—or for …

Travel

Magical scientists name spider after the Sorting Hat from Harry Potter

J.K. Rowling's stamp of approval can make or break just about anything, and a new spider species was sorted into the cool kids club by Rowling …

How To Talk To Your Climate Change-Denying Relatives This Thanksgiving (Yes, You Can!)

Constructive dialogue is more important today than perhaps ever before.<p>Ah, Thanksgiving. A time for feasts, family and a feigned headache every time politics is raised at the table by your climate change-denying, conspiracy-touting relatives.<p><i>“What did you say, Uncle Charlie? Climate change is an</i> …

Climate Change

7 Time-Saving Dinner Recipes for Busy Days

On busy days, turn to these home cook-friendly and <b>time-saving dinner recipes</b> that require minimal prep by pantry staples as ingredients. Plus, with …

9 Places in Asia You Won't Believe Exist

Every traveler knows that feeling of euphoria. The moment you lose yourself in the scenery of a new destination, and become completely immersed in …

Asia Travel

The 8 Foods Dietitians Wish You’d Eat More Of

Even though healthy eating can look extremely different from person to person, there are a lot of totally obvious good-for-you-foods we all know we …

Science can’t explain sexual orientation. Here’s why

I reached out to Ritch Savin-Williams, a developmental psychologist at Cornell University and author of several books focused on sexuality. I asked him what we know about why and how people develop their sexual preferences. He explained that the answer is <i>not all that much</i>, and that the problem is …

Segregation Is Still Alive at These Christian Schools

Diversity is sorely lacking at many private Christian schools, some of which were originally founded to keep blacks out.<p>Nothing dismantles claims of …

Religion

The world's most idiotic marathon (trust the French)

Who could possibly have thought it a good idea to combine a 26.2-mile run with a feast of oysters, cheese, entrecôte and foie gras, all washed down with up to 23 glasses of wine? Well, the French, of course.<p>The annual Marathon du Medoc, which takes place tomorrow, is a truly Gallic event. …

Women ask for pay increases as often as men but receive them less, study says

Findings seem to debunk perception that women lack assertiveness when negotiating salaries, a common explanation for wage gap<p>Men and women ask for pay increases at the same rate, according to a new study, which seems to debunk one of the most common explanations cited for the persistence of a …

Feminism