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Posted By Beth Maya on 2016 Jul 22 - 10:55am

| photography by Alex Lepe | prop styling by Deborah Points | When I started to hear rumblings of a fascinating ancient seasoning that I wasn’t familiar with, I was surprised and intrigued. So, I dove into some hard-core research and culinary experimentation. It was worth every minute. Za...

Posted By kendall louis on 2016 Jul 22 - 10:42am

It’s been more than a year since Ukrainian designer Vita Kin took the fashion world by storm with her colorful vyshyvankas, or traditional Ukrainian blouses. But, twelve months later, the embroidery-filled trend looks likely to stick around for a while. In fact, the New York Times named the...

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2016 Jul 22 - 10:27am

What was once an ancient sprawling desert populated by towering dunes of fine-grained sand is now, hundreds of thousands of years later, a stunning sandstone landscape long exposed to the persistent engines of erosion. Today, this otherworldly slice of desert outside of Moab, Utah, is known as...

Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2016 Jul 21 - 5:10pm

What is Texas Folk Art and what sets it apart? This is what I wanted to know when I heard about the small exhibition inside a frontal gallery at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth. First, the artists are self-taught. They spent most of their life working odd jobs or raising a...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2016 Jul 21 - 5:07pm

While some situations become serious enough that medication is necessary in treating high cholesterol, most cases can be improved with simple lifestyle changes.

Medication can work quickly to drive “bad” cholesterol (low-density lipoproteins) way down, but the adverse side effects may not be worth it. cholesterol 1. a waxy substance produced and released into the bloodstream by cells in the liver. The body uses cholesterol to form cell...

Posted By Beth Maya on 2016 Jun 29 - 4:00pm

| story and food styling by Beth Maya | photography by Alex Lepe | props and fashion styling by Deborah Points | It was a warm and sun-kissed day off the Mediterranean coast; I was in my late 20s, and sun tanning in the Spanish sand was my job when I wasn’t catching trains or sleeping in...

Posted By kendall louis on 2016 Jun 29 - 3:14pm

If showers really do bring flowers, then we’re in for quite the colorful summer. But, the floral craze isn’t reserved for your gardens alone. The ultra-feminine print is making a splash all over wardrobes this month. Our favorite products prove that a frock doesn’t have to be...

Posted By Jocelyn Tatum on 2016 Jun 29 - 2:33pm

Through collaborative efforts by Near Southside, Inc. and Leadership Fort Worth, the first micro-park, or moveable, tiny park, breathed life into a once blah space, May 18. It is significantly placed in the heart of Fort Worth’s hippest and historic neighborhood on the corner of Magnolia...

Posted By Kyle Whitecotton on 2016 Jun 29 - 2:21pm

The true landscape and culture of the Old South resides in Charleston, South Carolina’s charming architecture and picturesque surroundings. The town’s historic district boasts more than 70 pre-Revolutionary buildings, 136 late 18th century structures and hundreds of others built in the...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2016 Jun 29 - 1:58pm

If you’re traveling this summer, remember that one little bite from a mosquito carrying the Zika virus can lead to illness. For women who are pregnant or trying to become pregnant, symptoms of the virus include fetal birth defects.

While it normally would have been the powerful, razor-toothed jaws of a shark I’d be afraid of on a recent scuba-diving vacation to the Caribbean, I was instead fearful of a creature that could rest on the tip of my fingernail. Killing more humans than any other animal in the world,...

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