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Alyse Whitney dives into summer with riffs on crowd-pleasing dips that are perfect for communal dunking.

from Good Food

Alexandra Stafford shares her easy techniques for making pizza at home — no kneading or stand mixers required.

from Good Food

The 75th anniversary celebrating the creation of NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, creates an opportunity for those in the war machine to double down their commitment to…

NATO: From Cold War defensive coalition to global military behemoth

The 75th anniversary celebrating the creation of NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, creates an opportunity for those in the war machine to double down their commitment to…

from Scheer Intelligence

From mountain tops to the underworld, Robert Macfarlane explores the natural world through language, metaphor, and music.

Robert Macfarlane on nature, language, and music

From mountain tops to the underworld, Robert Macfarlane explores the natural world through language, metaphor, and music.

from Life Examined

Pulitzer prize winning TV critic Emily Nussbaum gets real about the evolution of reality TV — including its potential impact on the American presidency.

Emily Nussbaum on reality TV’s origins and real world impact

Pulitzer prize winning TV critic Emily Nussbaum gets real about the evolution of reality TV — including its potential impact on the American presidency.

from The Treatment

Sohla El-Waylly teaches us the "why" behind kitchen techniques.

On your mark, get set, 'Start Here' with Sohla El-Waylly's cooking basics

Sohla El-Waylly teaches us the "why" behind kitchen techniques.

from Good Food

More than three decades after her father passed away, Hetty Liu McKinnon honors him with a tender cookbook about his legacy and her love of vegetables.

How grief shaped a tender cookbook about vegetables

More than three decades after her father passed away, Hetty Liu McKinnon honors him with a tender cookbook about his legacy and her love of vegetables.

from Good Food

Abi Balingit, a self-described "dork who baked," turned her passion into a cookbook of Filipino desserts.

Ube Macapuno Molten Lava Cake and more maximalist Filipino desserts

Abi Balingit, a self-described "dork who baked," turned her passion into a cookbook of Filipino desserts.

from Good Food

Becoming a chef wasn't in Jason Hammel's plan but he now operates Chicago's Lula Cafe, a leader in the hospitality industry.

Chicago's Lula Cafe conquers the hospitality algorithm

Becoming a chef wasn't in Jason Hammel's plan but he now operates Chicago's Lula Cafe, a leader in the hospitality industry.

from Good Food

The Supreme Court’s recent decision to allow cities to ban people from sleeping outdoors presents a major shift in the perception of poverty and homelessness in the U.S.

The Supreme Court criminalizes being homeless

The Supreme Court’s recent decision to allow cities to ban people from sleeping outdoors presents a major shift in the perception of poverty and homelessness in the U.S.

from Scheer Intelligence

Maurice Sendak, author of “Where the Wild Things Are” and “Alligators All Around,” is the focus of the Skirball Center’s new exhibit, which includes original art and first editions of…

‘Wild Things’ are roaming: Learn about Maurice Sendak at the Skirball

Maurice Sendak, author of “Where the Wild Things Are” and “Alligators All Around,” is the focus of the Skirball Center’s new exhibit, which includes original art and first editions of…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Traveler and author Rolf Potts shares his philosophy on meaningful travel and how embracing the unexpected can change us for the better.

The art of travel: A vagabond’s joys, essence, and philosophy

Traveler and author Rolf Potts shares his philosophy on meaningful travel and how embracing the unexpected can change us for the better.

from Life Examined

Author and historian Philip Gefter reflects on his passion for architecture and delights in sharing the story of building his glass dream house.

Philip Gefter on the magic of living in a glass house

Author and historian Philip Gefter reflects on his passion for architecture and delights in sharing the story of building his glass dream house.

from The Treatment

Writer Carrie Courogen breaks down the somewhat daunting task of bringing the brilliant-yet-elusive Elaine May’s life story into focus.

‘Miss May Does Not Exist’ casts Elaine May as the leading lady of her own life

Writer Carrie Courogen breaks down the somewhat daunting task of bringing the brilliant-yet-elusive Elaine May’s life story into focus.

from The Treatment

Nicola Twilley takes a cold plunge into the history of refrigeration.

How refrigeration changed the way we eat

Nicola Twilley takes a cold plunge into the history of refrigeration.

from Good Food

Adrienne Borlongan jettisoned a career in nursing to explore ice cream production.

Wanderlust Creamery makes ice cream inspired by travel and adventure

Adrienne Borlongan jettisoned a career in nursing to explore ice cream production.

from Good Food

While the 13th Amendment is often revered for putting an end to American slavery, what many don’t realize is how it represented the middle of America’s continuous relationship with…

America’s prisons are slave labor factories

While the 13th Amendment is often revered for putting an end to American slavery, what many don’t realize is how it represented the middle of America’s continuous relationship with…

from Scheer Intelligence

The new book “Hollywood Pride” is an encyclopedia of queer artists on-screen and behind the camera, spanning the late 1800s to today. Author Alonso Duralde gives a walkthrough.

‘Hollywood Pride’ chronicles the growth of LGBTQ+ stories in film

The new book “Hollywood Pride” is an encyclopedia of queer artists on-screen and behind the camera, spanning the late 1800s to today. Author Alonso Duralde gives a walkthrough.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Terry Real, renowned couples therapist and author of Us: Getting Past You and Me to Build a More Loving Relationship, shares insights and strategies on the building of long-term…

Relationship skills: Couples counselor Terry Real on building a lasting partnership

Terry Real, renowned couples therapist and author of Us: Getting Past You and Me to Build a More Loving Relationship, shares insights and strategies on the building of long-term…

from Life Examined

Historian Xaq Frohlich outlines the evolution of nutrition labels and why the onus on good health is left to consumers.

Navigating the sea of food labels in grocery stores

Historian Xaq Frohlich outlines the evolution of nutrition labels and why the onus on good health is left to consumers.

from Good Food