Whether you’re a dye-obsessed lady with mermaid tresses or a braid lover who crafts new ‘dos for every occasion, we know protecting your hair is a major priority. While we’ve all had an LOL-worthy hair
Just because piña colada season is over doesn’t mean you should banish your blender to the back of the cabinet. The appliance is the perfect tool for supercreamy, extra-satisfying fall soups. Here, 11
18 reasons to visit Argentina – including a secret German village and the world's most beautiful bookshop
Argentina celebrates 201 years of independence today. Here are a few good excuses to visit: 1. You can ride with gauchos Argentinian cowboys wear actual chaps, drink Mate tea so bitter it makes you gurn,
A long-time nemesis of Canada, the one-eyed terrorist leader Mokhtar Belmokhtar, has emerged as a key figure behind an attack that has killed at least 27 people in a luxury hotel in Mali and threatens
As the world reels from the horrific terrorist attacks in Paris last week, more than half of US governors began lining up to scapegoat Syrian refugees fleeing violence in their country. Of those 27 governors,
Chef Michael Scelfo reveals a brilliant way to rescue ugly-but-delicious bruised apples. This month, Food & Wine launched The Plenty Project, a series of recipes and tips for the ultimate no-waste Thanksgiving.
This easy winter salad with bitter greens, shaved fennel, citrus, and a sweet and creamy citrus vinaigrette would do equally well with a light lunch or dinner, or as a side dish for a larger feast. Why