The Bloody Mary from Egg in Williamsburg will raise you from the dead (or at least, bed). This Sunday is a big holiday for hunter-gatherers in their finest pastels—that is, Easter-egg searchers. But if
Every month we will be revisiting delicious photos and recipes that Daniel Boulud has published with long-time friends at Elle Decor Magazine. Be sure to check in every month for inspiring Daniel dishes!
A look behind the 'kitchen curtain' at Restaurant Daniel. It includes an eclectic array of pictures, videos and articles that showcase the people, products and plating of Chef Daniel Boulud's 2-Michelin starred kitchen.
What makes a person believe that he visited heaven? Is there a way for science to get at what’s really going on? In the April 2015 issue of the Atlantic, Gideon Lichfield mounts an empirical investigation
People with normal brains feel the hours pass more slowly than they really do, but new research illuminates the ways this can be manipulated. Update, April 13: This article originally included the story
By and July 7, 2014 Agent If you’ve ever envied the “Assist” feature on Motorola’s latest handset, Agent is a worthy substitute that works with any Android phone. When you’re driving, Agent can read text
Federal health officials were advised in 2009 that a formula used to pay private Medicare plans triggered widespread billing errors and overcharges that have since wasted billions of tax dollars, newly
Dubbed the "Kool Aid" of teenage drinking, politicians and children's groups raise fears over newly licensed powdered alcohol product "Palcohol" Powdered alcohol – or "Palcohol" – was facing bans in several
A gruesome legal case turned Voltaire into a crusader for the innocent. This article was reported and written by Ken Armstrong for The Marshall Project, a nonprofit news organization that covers the U.S.
From Freud To Possession, A Doctor Faces Psychiatry's Demons People don't talk about psychiatrists the way they talk about neurologists, dentists or vets. In fact, there are those who call psychiatry or
TravelIntelligent Travel 1 Minute Read National Geographic Traveler editor at large Christopher Elliott is the magazine’s consumer advocate and ombudsman. Over the past 15 years he has helped countless
"I take the Iranian threat seriously. But I suspect hysteria is unhelpful—and if that's true, so is raising the specter of the Holocaust, as Netanyahu does every time he discusses this topic. " A historian
In fact, according to the Federal Reserve, 60% of Americans between the ages of 18 to 40 saved absolutely nothing in 2013. Last year, adults under 35 had a savings rate of negative 2%. So why is this Is
You meant to start that big project today. Really, you did. But somehow between your Twitter feed and that impromptu Netflix marathon, today rolled by and you're no closer to your goals. Procrastination
This post originally appeared on the Crew blog. Whether you want to learn a new language, learn to cook, take up a musical instrument, or just get more out of the books you read, it helps to know how brain
The president didn't label the Paris attacks "random" because he wished to avoid identifying the victims, but rather, because he wished to avoid identifying the motives of their perpetrators. The Copenhagen
The Islamic State is no mere collection of psychopaths. It is a religious group with carefully considered beliefs, among them that it is a key agent of the coming apocalypse. Here’s what that means for
In her 1932 Atlantic article, "Put Your Husband in the Kitchen," the writer mocks people who have lost sight of the purpose of work—men, mostly. Before writers worried about information overload or robots
Some death metal singers have a gravelly voice known as "Cookie Monster vocals." However, in this game we focus on Cookie Monster's habit of confusing "I" with "me," and convert pop songs to Cookie's tendencies--so,
TravelFree Things to Do 7 Minute Read With new skyscrapers and centuries-old buildings, Montreal is the perfect combination of modern and historic. This cosmopolitan city has something for everyone—summer
Airline pilots were once the heroes of the skies. Today, in the quest for safety, airplanes are meant to largely fly themselves. Which is why the 2009 crash of Air France Flight 447, which killed 228 remains
If there’s anything that will save mankind from the dry dreariness that is Thanksgiving turkey, it might just be chef Joe Ng’s Peking turkey at RedFarm, purveyor of our favorite Chinese food in New York.
When it comes to health records, how concerned are Americans about what happens to their personal information? We asked in the latest NPR-Truven Health Analytics Health Poll. And, in a bit of surprise
(AP/Ted S. Warren) October 25, 2014 11:00PM (UTC) When Colorado voters in 2012 approved a ballot measure legalizing marijuana, the state did not merely break new ground in the ongoing battle over narcotics