When I arrived at Hairprint headquarters in Sausalito a year ago, I was greeted by author and environmentalist Paul Hawken, and Philippa Shenandoah, a hair stylist I’d worked with on photo shoots. Hawken
[Illustrations: Jessie Kanelos Weiner] When we released the first edition of our guidebook Roadfood, back in 1977, food oracles and academic fusspots had been lamenting the fact that American food had
Say you meet a new potential customer, a potential employer, or anyone with whom you want to establish a business relationship. Which matters more: Showing that you're skilled, experienced, and capable,
I nearly ripped my nipples off so you wouldn't have to. I, like most big-breasted women, choose not to go braless ever. It's a practical thing: I like to minimize bouncing, nippleage, and back strain possible.
[Photographs: Vicky Wasik, J. Kenji López-Alt, Carrie Vasios Mullins] Hanukkah, like Thanksgiving, is primarily about food and family for most of us. Unlike Thanksgiving, it takes place over the course