So, you know that booze – a crisp martini, a sharp G&T, whatever – isn't the most nutritionally balanced of drinks. But, say you do enjoy a glass of wine on a Friday night and you are trying to lose weight
This 30-Year Harvard Study Reveals 5 Daily Habits Can Add 12 to 14 Years to Your Life (and Cut Your Risk of Alzheimer's Half)
Time is the most precious commodity of all. So start now. You give your all to building your business, and you're in it for the long haul: Working hard to serve your customers and create a future for employees.
For most visitors to the Florida Keys, Key West is their ultimate destination. And while the southernmost point is undoubtedly the archipelago’s most popular ending point, there are plenty of other places
Could you go a month without eating chocolate, chips or cake? I didn’t think I could. It turns out I was wrong. For the last eight years my mother has been doing Junk Free June with her research team the
There aren’t many people alive who witnessed Chappaquiddick firsthand. Those who did recall how Ted Kennedy escaped punishment—and how Mary Jo Kopechne’s story was overshadowed. Fifty years ago, as men
This post originally appeared in an edition of What’s the Difference?, a weekly newsletter for the curious and confused by New York City writer Brette Warshaw. Eater will be publishing all editions that
Dear Miss Manners: My family has been arguing about this for quite a while now: Does the spork go on the left or the right of the plate, or neither? My brother and I agree that it goes on the top of the
Dear Miss Manners: I frequently fly an airline that boards passengers in groups, numbered one through nine, and through two boarding lanes. The lanes are divided by plastic cones and ropes, even though
Dear Amy: Last Saturday morning, my husband and I went to our favorite diner for breakfast. A group of nine young ladies, ages 10 to 14, sat with two moms at a nearby table, celebrating a birthday. Eventually
Dear Miss Manners: I was at a gas station where there were two bathrooms, marked “Men” and “Women.” There was a single line of both men and women, presumably waiting for their gender-assigned bathroom.
Dear Carolyn: My husband and I have both gained significant weight since we’ve been married, but I’m trying to mitigate that with diet and exercise. He isn’t, and every time I try to talk about it, he
Dear Amy: There seems to be no protocol for what might be expected concerning the presence of an ex-spouse at a memorial service. My ex-husband “Bert” and I were married for 40 years before getting divorced