Joey Lopez

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Taylor Swift and Barefoot Contessa Diss Men Who Go on Diets

Taylor Swift joined her ‘hero’ Ina Garten in a <i>Food Network Magazine’</i>s special issue that paired up culinary stars with their musician friends. The …

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Make a Lemon Cake, Use Pistachios & Raspberries for Added Fun

Lemon cake is a classic; we're just gussying it up with raspberries and pistachios.<p>Lemon cake is such a classic; it can't possibly be tastier than it already is. Unless—UNLESS!—you put some more interesting things in it. Like raspberries, or pistachios. Hey! How about both? How about soaking it …

Matter will be created from light within a year, claim scientists

Researchers have worked out how to make matter from pure light and are drawing up plans to demonstrate the feat within the next 12 months.<p>The theory underpinning the idea was first described 80 years ago by two physicists who later worked on the first atomic bomb. At the time they considered the …

How do you build a city in space?

Science fiction has delivered on many of its promises. Star Trek videophones have become Skype, the Jetsons’ food-on-demand is materialising through 3-D printing, and we have done Jules Verne one better and explored mid-ocean trenches at crushing depths. But the central promise of golden age sci-fi …

I Don’t Want to Hire Women

<b>I don’t want to hire any more women.</b><p>Yes, I said it. You cringed when you read it and I cringed when I wrote it, and even more so when the thought …

Salvador Dalí’s Haunting 1975 Illustrations for Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet

Even from just what we've posted about Salvador Dalí, you can tell he had a mission to spread his distinctive sensibility far and wide: he made films …

The Perfect Chocolate Chip Cookies

Happy National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day, the perfect time to bake a batch of soft, gooey chocolate chip cookies, just like Mom used to make. We’ve shared this recipe before, but it’s a favorite around our office, and our customers agree: It doesn’t get any better than these cookies with a tinge of …

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100-Year-Old Negatives Discovered in Block of Ice in Antarctica

For the past 100 years, a box of never-before-seen negatives has been preserved in a block of ice in Antarctica. Recently, Conservators of the New Zealand Antarctic Heritage Trust came across the 22 exposed, but unprocessed, cellulose nitrate negatives during an attempt to restore an old …

5 Architects Envision New Port of Kinmen

The culmination of an international competition for Kinmen County has resulted in five winning and honorable mention schemes that promise to use …

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Colorful Garden Adorned with Custom Curvilinear Seating

A cheery, colorful garden – that’s what most home owners dream about. Private and comfortable, a garden must be well kept to exude a sense of …

Food for Thought on a Billboard

A new billboard at the corner of North Highland and Lexington in Los Angeles has people wanting to know the rest of the story. You might want to fill …

PancakeBot Is The Future Of Breakfast Printing Technology

(Video Link)<p>(Video Link)<p>Breakfast lovers prepare to be amazed- everyone’s favorite breakfast food the pancake just got a technological upgrade. It’s …

High-Tech Farming: The Light Fantastic

A grey warehouse in an industrial park in Indiana is an unlikely place to find the future of market gardening. But it is, nevertheless, home to a pristine, climate-controlled room full of eerily perfect plants.<p>They grow 22 hours a day, 365 days a year in 25-foot towers, untouched by pests and …

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May 16, 2014 "Zipcodes" Can you imagine what happens to a child's development as they grow up hearing the words "low income housing," "projects" and "welfare." And then imagine them being old enough to make the correlation between those things that have been used to define their existence and the word "poor." According to the dictionary, to be poor, "lacking material possession, less than adequate, small in worth, not adequate in quality and inferior." Now imagine that poor meant where you live. "The strongest indicator of how long you will live is not how much you learn how hard your parents work or how hard you work...it is the zip code you were born into...this is a crisis...30 million kids live in concentrated poverty globally," Professor Antwi Akom of I-SEED spoke eloquently of the second type of crisis that exists alongside climate change -- this he pointed to be the collapse of the educational system. "First crisis = collapse of environmental system, second crisis = collapse of educational system," he continued in his PowerPoint presentation. He ended with a powerful short with the voice of a youth describing the deplorable conditions of a "liquor store" incorrectly identified by the State Department of Health as a "grocery store." Sitting here surveying this beautiful view atop one of NYU's campus buildings, I know a lot of folks from New York's historically poor neighbourhoods will never see this view just because they were brought up in a specific zip code. #oggl_ig #blackportraiture #brown60andbeyond conference #nyc #streetportrait #streetphotography #makeportraits #makeportrait #igers #instamood #iphoneonly @I-SEED

Foolproof Sangria Recipe with Lillet Rouge

No matter which bar or restaurant you find yourself at around the world, chances are you could spy a bottle of Lillet on the bar shelves. Such has been the case since the brand's inception in 1872. Lillet is a traditional French aperitif from Bordeaux—composed of 85% wine and 15% citrus …

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