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Homemade Sriracha

<i>It's always more fun to DIY. Every week, we'll spare you a trip to the grocery store and show you how to make small batches of great foods at home.</i><p><i>Today: In this dark time, when the fate of Sriracha is up in the air and the world is up in arms, Carey Nershi of Reclaiming Provinicial is showing us</i> …

Why Travel Makes You An Awesome Person

People always ask how travel has changed me. If I look back at who I was before I began traveling and compare that to who I am now, I would have to say that travel has made me a better and more well-rounded person. I'm way cooler now than I was at 25 when I first left to explore the world.<p>Simply …

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Tired Of Waiting For Your Hair To Grow? Put It On A Diet

Photographed by Amelia Alpaugh.<p>Usually, if we're on a diet, it's because we want to lose something (pounds, specifically). But, after checking out …

Recipe: Edible Chalkboard Cake and Candy Chalk

I’ve got five months to go before my next birthday, but I’ve already decided on the cake thanks to this awesome tutorial for making an edible chalkboard cake and candy chalk to go with it from Victoria at A Subtle Revelry.<p>I thought maybe I was getting over the whole chalkboard thing, but this cake …

The Loveliest Short Story You Will Read Today Was Published on Craigslist

"Missed Connection" stays with you.<p>Lucas Jackson/Reuters, Chris Heller<p>Craigslist: that scourge of the newspaper industry, that den of lust, that middleman responsible for an untold number of bedbug crises.<p>Or, Craigslist: the Internet's simplest and most ingenious disruptor, a digital equivalent of …

Worms' Bright Blue Death Could Shed Light On Human Aging

Last year, researchers at University College London's Institute of Healthy Ageing were looking through their microscopes when they saw something amazing.<p>David Gems, professor of biogerentology, was part of the team looking for answers to big questions about human aging in small, squishy little …