Tina Baty

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Ben Affleck's male ancestor didn't own slaves, the female did – report

All the fuss over Ben Affleck’s slave-owning ancestor may have been over the wrong relative, according to new information unearthed by the Daily Beast.<p>Ben Affleck suppressed slave-owning ancestry, hacked Sony emails claim<p>Read more<p>Last week, America learned not only that Ben Affleck, the …

Ben Affleck

When It Comes to Wine Glasses, Size and Shape Matter

A spiffy new camera set-up devised by scientists in Japan indicates that glass shape–just like the wine snobs have been telling us all along–affects the flavor of wine.<p>In a recent study, Kohji Mitsubayashi and colleagues at the Tokyo Medical and Dental University topped wine-filled glasses with a …

Wine

fMRI scan indicating increased brain activity associated with happiness after a 20-minute walk vs. 20 minutes sitting. Go outside! 

fMRI scan indicating increased brain activity associated with happiness after a 20-minute walk vs. 20 minutes sitting. Go outside!

Articles about small space living lifeedited on Dwell.com - Dwell

For aesthetically beautiful minimalist, modern, and sleek design, less really can be more.<p>In Canada's Yukon Territory, a college instructor builds a lightweight, efficient 97-square-foot mobile dwelling.<p>Dwell's June 2009 issue just landed on our desks and it looks great! We're excited for it to hit …

Small Spaces

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Daniel Lieberman: 'Dieting is a disaster for everyone'

Harvard's professor of human evolutionary biology explains why obesity is the major 21st-century problem – and why we are ill-equipped to deal with it<p>Daniel Lieberman is a professor of human evolutionary biology at Harvard and has published numerous studies about why the human body looks and …

China Says It Will Stop Taking Organs From Executed Inmates

China says it plans to phase out the harvesting of organs from executed prisoners, ending a controversial practice that reportedly supplies most of the country's transplant patients.<p>Huang Jiefu, a surgeon and former deputy health minister who is in charge of organ transplants, says that beginning …

Exercise improves sleep, but not overnight - Futurity

NORTHWESTERN (US) — It can take four months of regular aerobic exercise to help insomnia …

Aerobic Exercise

Anxiety may start in the womb - Futurity

CARDIFF U. (UK) — Babies deprived of certain hormones in the womb could be at …

Cardiff

The Robotic Search For Lost World War II Airmen

World War II combat pilots have been lost at the bottom of the Pacific ocean for nearly 70 years. Now autonomous robots have been deployed to find them.<p><i>Click here to see the gallery</i><p>On a bright morning in mid-March, Pat Scannon stands on the deck of a 40-foot catamaran looking for an airplane hidden …

Double Stuf Oreos Don't Actually Have Double The Creme

Oreo options abound these days. At the market, you'll find varieties like regular Oreos, Double Stuf Oreos and now, Mega Stuf Oreos, which were recently added to the brand's official lineup after a period as a limited edition product.<p>But how much creme is actually in your Oreo? Math teacher Dan …

A Flavorful, Nearly Excellent Burger at OTB in Williamsburg

OTB<p>141 Broadway Brooklyn, NY 11221 (map); 347-763-1481; otbbk.com<b><br>Cooking method:</b> Grilled<b><br>Short Order:</b> A deeply flavorful burger with some minor texture issues.<b><br>Want Fries With That?</b> Absolutely. Don't sleep on these crisp, chili-brined fries.<b><br>Price:</b> Cheeseburger, $12<p>Before Mayor Bloomberg shut them …

How To Squeeze The Absolute Most Out Of $5 At Wendy's, Chipotle, And More

Fast food: it's supposed to be cheap. But somewhere along the line, presumably due to communist witches, bad things started happening. Dollar menus became "Value Menus," because nothing cost a dollar. "Extra Value Meals" stopped providing it. <i>HOLY CRAP THEY JUST CHARGED YOU FOR SWEET & SOUR …

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City Changes Nudity Law Due to 'Breastaurant' Waitresses

Officials in one Texas town voted to toughen up their <b>city nudity laws</b> after local complaints that waitresses at a breastaurant named <b>Redneck Heaven</b> wore nothing but body paint and pasties to cover their upper bits. The local CBS news station notes that "normally, the servers at Redneck Heaven wear …

Pig Candy

Posted by Josh<p>There are few pleasures in life quite like <b>pig candy</b>. This sugar coated treat hits so many culinary high marks it's insane—smokey, …

Bon Appétit Magazine: Recipes, Cooking, Entertaining, Restaurants

Baking Your Way to a Slimmer You

Whoever said <i>never trust a skinny cook</i>, clearly was not trying to fit comfortably into their summertime bikini. Otherwise they might have thought twice about who should be trusted in their kitchen! I am often faced with skepticism and disbelief when I tell people that I am a pastry chef. The fact …

Zagat

The Shutter

New Orleans restaurant <b>Brennan's</b> has shuttered due to lease agreement difficulties. But owner <b>Ralph Brennan</b> "has plans" for the space, which could <b>house a new concept</b> in the future. Apparently the previous owners failed to tell the workers that the restaurant was getting evicted; they found themselves …

Photographer Tom Bianchi Captures The Sun-kissed '70s Gay Bacchnalia of Fire Island Pines - PAPER

<b>TB:</b> Yes. Everybody knew it. I feel in a very real sense that the project was a community effort. People welcomed me and got invested in it.<p><b>LT: When you first started shopping around for a book deal in the late '70s, you were turned down by several publishers. Why?<br>TB:</b> <br>What happened back then was …

20 Most Important Restaurants in America

<b>By Andrew Knowlton, Bon Appétit</b><p>No, we're not talking the fanciest, trendiest, or even the ones with the most stars. These are the places that define how we eat out. They're the fearless spots the drive chefs to innovate, restauranteurs to imitate, and the rest of us to line up. In short, these are …

The Latest Research On Alzheimer's

The largest gains in treatment of the disease have been made in the psycho-social realm — preparing the patient and the caregiver for what to expect. Dr. Jason Karlawish of the University of Pennsylvania tells guest host Lynn Neary what else researchers are learning.<p>Transcript<p>LYNN NEARY, HOST:<p>Dr. …

Dementia

Tips for Baking with Smaller (or Larger) Eggs

<i>There are so many great conversations on the Hotline -- it's hard to choose a favorite. But we'll be doing it, once a week, to spread the wealth of our community's knowledge -- and to keep the conversation going.</i><p>How many times have you followed a recipe that called for "eggs"? It seems simple …

Kitchens

Eater Likes You!

Ever visit Facebook and realize that there's not nearly enough Eater going on? <b>Click on over to the Eater National Facebook page</b> or the "Follow Us" section on the right, and then like magic, Eater's top stories will start showing up in your Facebook feed. It's like friends with benefits! But we …