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During the years I spent paying off my credit card debt, I came back to one special, budget-friendly recipe over and over: bodega beans.
I may never get better at cooking, but I will follow these chefs to the ends of the earth.
The real reason to read Amazon reviews — specifically that trail of reviews left by one person, product after product — is to get a glimpse into a life utterly unlike your own.
My half-joking hobby isn't all that funny anymore, but it’s not like I’m going to look away.
You think you’re drinking soda, but you’re really drinking the history of our country, through sweet bubbles.
Thinking about homeownership fills me with despair, so I started looking at houses that cost more than $10 million. What I found was tacky, gilded-and-marble joy.
Occasionally, someone will congratulate me on “committing to the bit,” as if it’s inconceivable that I could love something this much.
In a world where we’re guaranteed so little, at least you can count on cash back.
Needlework revealed the pleasure in transforming disparate ingredients into something else, something better — and something beautiful, in the eye of the beholder, anyway.
Tucci is a lifelong scene-stealer who has spent his career supporting other people's starring roles — and quietly making his own movies the whole time.
When the world seems hopeless, I turn to the shining light of my dog’s Instagram feed.
A trip to Houston’s Seiwa Market — where the shoppers are a microcosm of a wildly diverse city — will literally turn my day around.
These magazine covers — simultaneously smart and dumb, progressive and retrograde — are a Rosetta stone for understanding sex and womanhood in the Me Decade.
When it comes to mainlining pure, uncut emotion, reality TV singing competitions are my drug of choice.
Cataloging the best and brightest personalized license plates requires unwavering commitment. But when you spot a truly great one, it's all worth it.
Recently logging on to my old Pandora account felt like meeting a former self.
No other toddler gives me as much unbridled joy as minor Instagram sensation Jayde Robinson, age 2 and a half.
Years after leaving the PlayStation behind, I've found my way back into video games — or maybe they've found their way back to me.
Maybe I love watching the Bridezillas because I aspire to their level of demanding hysteria — I just can’t muster up the energy.