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Classical and Jazz: 12 Pieces That Find a Cool Groove

“Classical” and “jazz” have a lot in common. They both are two small words that, almost to a fault, are used to describe an enormous amount of music. …

10 plant based meals that actually look totally delicious *and* filling

No matter why you’re choosing to add more fruits and veggies to your diet, it can be pretty difficult to find recipes that are both delicious, and …

Food

Top 10 Things to Do in Venice, Italy

Top 10 Things to Do in Venice, Italy<p>Updated on August 11, 2017<p>There aren't too many places on this earth that when you see them for the first time …

14 Gluten-Free Recipes for Valentine’s Day

Think gluten-free means no bread, no pasta, no cake and no fun? Think again.

Latitudes: 10 Favorite Global Music Picks From 2015

2015 was a year in which global music (whatever that term does or doesn't mean) overlapped even more than usual with other genres — and the results were dazzling.<p>Much of that broadening has evolved organically. Some of the "roots" artists I've selected for this year-end list, like Islam Chipsy and …

Drums

Planning your perfect trip to the Amalfi Coast

South from chaotic and fascinating Naples, the vertiginous and craggy Amalfi Coast – and the three island outposts of Capri, Ischia and Procida – have been a magnet for visitors since Roman times.<p>Hemmed in by high mountains, the coastal towns of the Campania region are physically unspoilt, and they …

Cream's Jack Bruce Dead at 71

Jack Bruce, the Scottish bassist and vocalist best known for his tenure as one-third of the power trio Cream, has died. His website features a note from his family confirming his passing. According to the BBC, he died at his home in Suffolk surrounded by his family; <i>The Herald</i> reports that the cause …

Come to Daddy: here's the only Aphex Twin playlist you need

Throw all your other music away: you like Aphex Twin now<p>If you told me Richard D. James — better known as Aphex Twin — was an alien, I’d believe you. He makes beats from the inside of a bank vault, he owns a tank, and when Madonna begged him to remix a song, he said he'd only do it if she agreed to …

10 Asian Noodle Dishes You'll Want to Eat Every Day

<b>1.Yaki Udon</b><p>This dish is so simple yet so flavorful - Japanese udon noodles stir fried in butter and soy sauce and topped with chopped scallions, shredded nori and bonito flakes. A top choice for bar food in Tokyo, pair these thick and chewy noodles with a cold beer for the full izakaya experience.</b> …

Wellington, New Zealand

Wellington, New Zealand is a locavore’s dream. Here’s Vogue’s guide to the 15 must-see spots in Welly.

Prefab Homes

Top things to do in Rome

Few cities evoke the sheer wonder and amazement of Rome. Ancient history, outstanding art and religious icons are around every corner and when it all gets too much you can just join the locals in sipping espresso in one of the city's many squares. With so much to see and do, the real test will be …

I Heart My City: Igor’s Venice

Venice native <b>Igor Scomparin</b> led tours all over Europe with Globus for a decade before returning home to be a “local host” for Monograms. Now, this tourism industry veteran’s mission is to show the real, authentic Venice to travelers who come to visit his homeland. Here’s a look at the “city of …

Go West (1940) - Chico Marx at the piano

Piano

20 Gorgeous Seaside Towns In Italy

Have you ever been to Rome in August and wondered where all the locals are? The truth is that they're likely in one of these towns, as Italians in major cities make a mass exodus toward the coast every summer. Many of the well-known beaches get crowded or too touristy, but this list also includes …

Italy

Chico and Harpo playing the Piano The Marx Brothers The Big Store 1941

10 extraordinarily useful Italian phrases

ITALIAN IS A BEAUTIFUL LANGUAGE. Because of the purity of its vowels, Italian is the first language in which opera singers learn to sing. It’s also …

Language

Lunch al Desko: Upgrade Your Midday Meal

With a few strategies, a bit of planning, and a little sea salt in your cubicle, weekday lunch can be as delicious and exciting as any meal of the week. Here’s how to rethink the way you brown-bag it<p><i>Imagine an office meal you’re actually excited to break for (no hard feelings, turkey</i> …

Cooking

25 Dishes To Make Your Gluten-Free Brunch Delicious

Everyone will say "Gluten tag!" to greet you and your amazing meal.

Braised Chicken with Artichokes and Fava Beans

4 Servings<p>Browned for deep flavor (and good looks), then braised for succulent results, this spring chicken has it all.<p>April 2014Print<p>Ingredients<p>1 cup fresh fava beans (from about 1 lb. pods) or frozen fava beans, thawed<p>Kosher salt<p>2 lemons, halved<p>3 pounds baby artichokes (about 16)<p>4 tablespoons …

Cook Like a Pro: 11 Ways to Make a Restaurant-Quality Meal at Home

Ever wonder how restaurants bring that extra oomph to every dish? We asked the country's best chefs to spill their secrets. Your home cooking will never be the same again<p><b>Burnt Citrus:</b> For cocktails, char thin slices, then muddle (and garnish) as normal.• <b><br>Toasted Barley Risotto with Spinach and Herb</b> …

Recipes

A Trip to Haruki Murakami 1970s Jazz Club

In the latest issue of <i>Harper’s</i>, Aaron Gilbreath looks for Haruki Murakami’s jazz club from the 1970s. Sadly, “no one seemed to know the club’s …

Matthew Shipp: the jazz pianist still messing with our minds

Life was in a rut and New York City was calling. The Park Slope neighbourhood of Brooklyn – its bookshops, cafes and general civility – was an antidote to drab, unhappy Norwood Junction in depressing south-east London where, ten years ago, I existed day-to-day. Everything in my life had become …

Jazz Players' Brains See Music as Language

When jazz musicians let their creativity flow and start to improvise melodies, they use parts of their brains typically associated with spoken language — specifically, regions that help people interpret syntax or the structure of sentences, according to a new study.<p>Researchers at Johns Hopkins …

The Brain

Alexander Hawkins: Song Singular review – 'state-of-the-art piano jazz'

As a companion to this remarkable solo album, British pianist and composer Alexander Hawkins and Babel have also released the sextet set Step Wide, Step Deep, with Sons of Kemet's Shabaka Hutchings and Tom Skinner, and violinist Dylan Bates – just the kind of bold merger of familiar jazz practices …

Alice Coltrane On Piano Jazz

On this episode of <i>Piano Jazz,</i> pianist and composer Alice Coltrane shimmers on a set of her original tunes and honors the legacy of her husband, saxophonist John Coltrane. She also duets with host Marian McPartland in Trane's "Giant Steps" and "Miles' Mode."<p>"I remember her working at Birdland back …

Mary Lou Williams On Piano Jazz

Mary Lou Williams was the guest on the the very first <i>Piano Jazz</i> session ever, recorded in 1978 with Williams and bassist Ronnie Boykins. Host Marian McPartland is initially nervous interviewing her longtime friend and idol, and the cagey Williams still stands as a tough nut to crack. But once the …

Andrew Hill On Piano Jazz

<i>Fifty years ago today, Andrew Hill recorded what would become his signature album:</i> Point of Departure<i>. Fifty years later, it still sounds like it could have been recorded yesterday. Assembling a murderer's row of horn players (Eric Dolphy, Kenny Dorham, Joe Henderson) with a rhythm section for the</i> …