When I arrived at Hairprint headquarters in Sausalito a year ago, I was greeted by author and environmentalist Paul Hawken, and Philippa Shenandoah, a hair stylist I’d worked with on photo shoots. Hawken
• Subscribe Cities • Video • More Cities Atlanta • Austin • Boston • Charleston • Chicago • Dallas • Denver • Detroit • Houston • Las Vegas • London • Los Angeles • Miami • Montreal • Nashville • New •
Sweat with us in real time! When you're short on time, it's a great idea to focus on your legs and butt, because that's where about 60 percent of your body's muscle is. This five-minute routine will work
The Plate In the back of a small shop in a nondescript industrial park, a metal box the size of a kitchen island is humming. And clanking softly. And, well, slooshing. Andrew McBath, tall and lanky, bends
Chicken noodle has nothing on a bowl of this. You know that giant wall of canned soups at the grocery store? Have you ever found that no matter which can you pull from the seemingly endless variety, that
‘The Great Wave’ takes a starring role at the MFA Boston April 5 By Ellen Gamerman Ellen Gamerman The Wall Street Journal Biography “The Great Wave,” Katsushika Hokusai’s woodblock print from the early
What do you do when you baulk at the idea of cremation or standard burial? Rose Eveleth talks to a woman planning an unusual alternative. When Grace Seidel dies, she’s not going to be buried in a cemetery.