The MoMA Cookbook: Vintage Recipes and Reflections on Food by Salvador Dalí, Louise Bourgeois, Willem de Kooning, Andy Warhol,
From Dalí’s red salad to Warhol’s cream of tomato soup. “Art is a form of nourishment,” Susan Sontag wrote in her diary. This, perhaps, is why the relationship between art and nourishment has such a long
We all know that sex sells—and not just lingerie and high heels but handbags, pickup trucks, and even burgers. And by sex, we mean women's bodies, displayed in overtly explicit ways that make us cringe.
These days, our smartphones are practically glued to our palms for most of our waking hours. We need them at the ready to google things, order dinner on the way home from work, see what our friends are
With an increasing number of people concerned by infringements of online privacy and how personal data is stored and used, a new UK-based search engine has launched with the promise that your privacy never
And the Feds want to stop them Right now, tissues belonging to millions of Americans are being used in scientific research without patients' consent. That's because a rule designed long before genetic
Spawned in the townships of Johannesburg, skhothane revolved around garish displays of wealth—but when the media began to film kids burning their cash and clothes, the subculture imploded in on itself.
For fanboys everywhere “The Force Awakens” was supposed to have one happy side effect: it would exile George Lucas from the galaxy he created. In 2012, Lucas sold his company and his homegrown mythology—I
God told Ammon Bundy to fight back against the government. One day before Bundy became the public face of a group of ranchers and militia members who seized a government building in Harney County, Oregon,
Here’s a tip for understanding the N.F.L. postseason — keep your eye off the ball. Ninety percent of football action occurs away from the ball. Yet the television tetragon has trained viewers to focus
Medicines regulator approves brand of 'vaping' cigarette but GPs warn it could put pressure on surgeries E-cigarettes have been granted a licence by Britain’s medicines regulator for the first time, opening
The attacks in Paris on the night of Friday 13 November by gunmen and suicide bombers hit a concert hall, a major stadium, restaurants and bars, almost simultaneously - and left 130 people dead and hundreds
The 365 days (366 this year) project aims to show what 2016 looks like from your perspective. Whether you’re caught up in a news event or have a personal experience to share, we’d like to see your daily
By Emma Brown and Emma Brown Investigative reporter Email Bio Follow Lyndsey Layton Lyndsey Layton Politics in the District of Columbia and the state of Virginia Email Bio Follow The nation’s next education
Echoing the classic Rodney Dangerfield line, psychoanalytic psychotherapy gets no respect. Considered the gold standard of treatment for much of the 20th-century, it was exiled to the desert when it did
It only represents nine clients in three sports, and it has "generated more anonymous sniping and scrutinizing" than your typical agency from rivals, according to a recent New York Post report. Last Saturday