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An exciting slew of ambitious, yet still often accessible, restaurants are on the way New year, new restaurants. Thankfully, despite increased cost of doing business with rising minimum wage, New York’s dining scene is already shaping up to be one filled with ambitious — and often accessible — restaurants, ranging from an experimental brothless ramen shop to a revival of the legendary Keith McNally restaurant Pastis. To be sure, increased

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Most people are quite familiar with yoga. Yes, it’s a mind-body practice that boosts your physical strength and ability to be present in your breath through different bendy poses—but there are so many ways to go about doing it. Essentially, there are different kinds of yoga, which range from the traditional vinyasa flow to ashtanga (a more rigid, repetitive style) to yin (a very slow method of holding positions)—and then there’s Kundalini yoga. The

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Want to Change the Way You Bake? We do. And no, we’re not talking about adopting eight sourdough starters or making cakes with a sous vide machine. We’re talking about smart, savvy, and totally simple tricks that change everything. Or, you know, at least your next batch of baked goods. Chocolate chip cookies are already perfect, so how do you make them even better? Bakers have been answering this question with

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The 2019 Pantone Color of the Year may be living coral, but, according to an annual Interior Designer Trends Survey by 1stdibs, the hues currently heating up for home decor are of a much cooler palette. "For 2019, the top emerging colors are expected to be emerald green, blue and gray," the popular online marketplace predicts — and one look at a space filled with these light, serene, and jewel-toned

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When the high-powered art lawyer Thaddeus Stauber and his wife, Tracy O’Brien, teamed up to realize their dream house at the beach, the result was an art-filled oasis, equal parts indoors and out. In 2003, the couple purchased a 1950s stucco beach bungalow from the original owner. Located just off the hip and happening Abbot Kinney in Venice, California, they are “on the quieter side, behind the French Market Cafe,”

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Next month, all eyes will be on the West Coast of the US as fair behemoth Frieze sees whether it can heat up Los Angeles at its inaugural edition in the city, where it is being joined by Dean Valentine’s new project Felix LA at the nearby Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. But the 2019 calendar is studded with fairs around the world, from Paris to the Phillippines. To help you keep track, we’ve compiled

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Breakfast can be one of the hardest meals to plan when you are following a keto diet as a vegan. Though sweet breakfasts like vegan pancakes or keto protein smoothies can be a great option, sometimes you might crave a savory traditional breakfast like scrambled eggs. With a little creative cooking and a few seasonings, you can whip up a tasty, vegan version of scrambled eggs in a matter of

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Linda Miller Nicholson creates spectacular pastas from scratch, ranging from her signature rainbow fusilli to Mario Kart-inspired red and white ravioli. She works with all natural ingredients like butterfly pea flowers (blue), beets and blueberries (purple), turmeric (yellow), and parsley (green) to infuse her flour, egg, and water mixtures with eye-popping colors. Because her pastas are freshly made, quick cooking time allows the colors to maintain their vibrance after boiling. Nicholson shares

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Japanese embroidery artist ipnot (previously) continues to dazzle us with her creative miniatures formed from thread and embroidery hoops. The works often incorporate props, such as ketchup bottles or chopsticks, to add an interactive layer to the pieces. Textile noodles are staged in slurping position while a perfect pile of ketchup appears to have just been dolloped onto another one of her works. The artist’s realistic designs typically involve food,

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