LeAnne Stephens

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The Valentine's Day Showstopper

<i>Every so often, we get the chance to reshoot one of our favorite recipes from the Food52 archives.</i><p><i>Today: A cake to launch a thousand ships.</i><p><i>This post is brought to you by our friends at Noritake. Noritake’s Cher Blanc is featured below.</i><p>There's a reason there's no such thing as a wedding pie. Don't …

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Looking Back: Photos From the First 12 Winter Olympics

With the world's attention focused on Sochi, I thought it would be interesting to take a look back at some of the earliest Winter Olympics. At the first Winter Games in 1924 in Chamonix, France, 16 countries sent 250 athletes to compete in familiar sports like bobsleigh and hockey. The 1936 Winter …

50 Amazing Finds on Google Earth

Google Earth is a virtual globe, map and geographical information program. It maps the Earth by the superimposition of images obtained from satellite …

Black and White Photography of India

Austrian photographer Josef Hoflehner brought from his many trips all around the world, a series of Indian landscapes’ photos in black and white. The …

2014 World Press Photo Contest

The results from the 2014 World Press Photo Contest have been announced. The World Press Photo of the Year is a picture by American photographer John Stanmeyer, who is a founding member of the VII photo agency. See more of the winners here.

11 Women Who Made History in the Winter Olympics

NASA Has Determined Where The Mysterious Jelly-Doughnut Rock On Mars Came From

Scientists have confirmed that a strange-looking Mars rock, called "Pinnacle Island," that suddenly and inexplicably popped up in a photograph taken by the Opportunity rover came from a larger piece of rock nearby. The larger rock, known as "Stuart Island," was chipped by one of the rover's wheels …

Tighter fraternization policy in place for NHC school system

Trending StoriesTrending StoriesMore>><p>Updated:Monday, April 16 2018 5:43 PM EDT2018-04-16 21:43:41 GMT<p>Seven inmates were killed and another 17 were …

Fast 50: How Olympic Skiers Keep Getting Quicker

Twelve seconds over 50 years. A quick dozen seconds is an eternity for competitive skiers and how much faster 2014 first-place winner Matthais Mayer …

Michael Sam Will Be OK

Michael Sam is kind of a big deal. Literally. He stands 6’3″, 262 lbs. He has a wing span of almost seven feet. The Hitchcock, Texas native was the …

Must-see Images from Sochi Olympics: Day 10

Maria Hoefl-Riesch of Germany competing in the Alpine Skiing Women's Super-G.<br>Alexis Boichard—Agence Zoom/Getty Images

Russia's Hockey Defeat Reopens Old Wounds

On Saturday, a game of hockey handed the U.S. and Russia a rare chance to ease the history of mistrust between them. That chance was missed.<p>When the …