News I can never check one box. You know the ones I'm talking about: American. Hispanic. White. Jewish. Check, check, check, check. And I spent my adolescence and even my 20s searching for a connection,
Yes, we compiled 75 recipes in honor of our favorite color of food. Sometimes, we just can't get enough green. No, really. So we created this monster slideshow that celebrates our favorite color of food.
6 Servings Print Ingredients 1 zucchini (about 8 ounces), cut crosswise into four sections, then lengthwise into quarters 1 small red onion, cut into 1/2-inch wedges 4 tablespoons olive oil, divided Kosher
10 Servings November 2010Print Ingredients 1 8-ounce package frozen artichoke hearts, thawed 3/4 cup (packed) fresh basil leaves plus additional (for garnish) 1 cup finely grated Parmesan cheese 3/4 cup
We're all about the make-ahead breakfast, for those mornings that we just really don't have time. As much as we'd love to, we don't have time to make restaurant-ready breakfasts each and every morning
Happiness: Everyone wants it, yet relatively few seem to get enough of it, especially those in their early 40s. (I'm no psychologist, but that's probably about when many of us start thinking, "Wait--is
Those of you who are seeking investing enlightenment are not going to find much of it on the web. I suggest you log off, power down your computer, and read some books. Take your time. The months you spend
“I’m Camilo!” he shouted to me from the gate, opening his arms wide, as if we knew each other. “Your daddy’s godson.” It seemed terribly suspicious to me, like a caricature of danger, and I was nine then,
Your story in this week’s issue, “Camilo,” is about a boy who becomes close to his father’s older godson. Is this a kind of relationship that would commonly form in Chile? Is Camilo based on someone you
In what I think of as either the apotheosis or the nadir—maybe both—of my stint as a prep-school feminist, I once followed Gloria Steinem into a bathroom to get her autograph. It’s actually even worse
“Night Moves” and “The Double.” In Kelly Reichardt’s “Night Moves,” Jesse Eisenberg plays a lonely and reticent man, Josh, who works on an organic farm and food co-operative in southern Oregon. Eisenberg
In October, the city council of Portland, Oregon, in between updating the payroll system for the police honor guard and changing the duties of the golf advisory committee, adopted a resolution banning
Fifty-five years ago, the twenty-six-year-old Philip Roth published his first story in The New Yorker, “Defender of the Faith.” It sparked a violent reaction in certain quarters of the Jewish establishment.