Tag: Life

Here’s Our Review Of Carl’s Jr’s New Jurassic World-Inspired Prime-Rib Packed Primal Menu

How did Arby’s, a fast food chain so meat friendly that their official tagline is “we have the meats,” miss out on linking up with the Jurassic franchise ahead of next month’s Jurassic World Dominion? The two brands are practically made for each other, they could’ve just put one of those Arby’s hats on a […]

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Do men read books about Mars while women prefer tales of Venus?

May 23, 2022 May 23, 2022 Men aren’t interested in fiction. It’s the kind of generalization that’s difficult to prove with a high degree of certainty, but also seems obviously true. Publishers have believed for decades that women buy the vast majority of novels. In recent years, women authors have also topped the bestseller lists. […]

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6 eye-catching homes from the 1960s

Belfair, Washington This 1968 three-bedroom on the Hood Canal has been meticulously remodeled. The house has walls of windows; two fireplaces; formal and informal dining and living areas; owner’s suite with deck; guest suite with separate entry, bath, laundry, and kitchen; and water and mountain views. The 1.8-acre lot has patios, garage, workshop, sports court, […]

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How To Make Perfect Tortilla Chips For Homemade Nachos & Guacamole

The perfect tortilla chip is hard to find — we know, we’ve tried. There are a lot of factors to consider, salt to corn flavor ratio, structural integrity, and shape. In the market aisle, you’re spoiled with choices, with wide-ranging variations on the simple snack including white corn, yellow corn, blue corn, triangles, rounds, strips, […]

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Our Panel Of Beer Experts Name The One IPA They Can’t Live Without

To say the IPA is a popular beer style is a massive understatement. Wherever you live, there are bound to be craft breweries nearby consistently highlighting West Coast, New England-style, and even Milkshake IPAs on their beer menus. The oftentimes slightly bitter (and sometimes aggressively bitter) beer style is a craft brewing mainstay from Bakersfield […]

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The Week contest: Tattered fashion

This week’s question: Balenciaga is selling “full destroyed” high-top sneakers — complete with scuffs, graffiti, and artfully placed tears — for $1,850 a pair. If the Paris fashion house were to launch an entirely new line of pricey, tattered clothing, what should it be called? Click here to see the results of last week’s contest: Wedding airline […]

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A ‘Food Adventurer’ Shares Her Most Underrated Restaurants Around The Globe

Food alone is reason enough for many of us to travel. How cool is it that every destination has its own local delicacies you can’t quite find anywhere else? For Julie Nguyen, the CEO and co-founder of Methodology, food has not only brought her to many of the world’s lesser-known and remote locations but it’s […]

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Top Chef Houston Power Rankings, Week 11: Don’t Spit My Squid, Bro

This week on Top Chef, we were down to the top five chefs, so it was time to SHAKE THINGS UP. That meant the producers took the whole gang off to Galveston and dropped the winner of Last Chance Kitchen back into the competition. That winner was Sarah, and her arrival immediately… had the chefs […]

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6 elegant homes in Vermont

Arlington Black Hole Hollow Farm, surrounded by forests, is also close to airports, town, and cultural life. Built in 1772 and expanded in the 1930s, the seven-bedroom mansion had Ian Fleming as a summer guest and inspired Bond episodes; details include period plank floors, French doors, and fireplaces, dining, sitting, and living rooms, two-bedroom guest […]

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Larceny Just Dropped A New Wheated Bourbon, So We’re Blind Tasting It Against Seven Competitors

Wheated bourbon whiskey is the most popular bourbon whiskey. The biggest and most sought-after bourbons are wheaties — Pappy, Weller, Old Fitzgerald, Maker’s, Rabbit Hole, and Larceny to name a few. The latter is why we’re here today. I just received the new Larceny Barrel Proof B522 and it’s pretty damn good. But, how does […]

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TikTok’s @YourRichBFF Is Revolutionizing The ‘Male, Pale, And Very Stale’ World Of Finance

“It’s super boring,” Vivian Tu, the social media maven behind TikTok’s uber-popular @YourRichBFF admits when we talk about the traditional structure of financial advising. “Historically, financial services and financial education has been so male, so pale, and honestly, very stale. And these aren’t lessons that we’re taught in the classroom. This is information that rich […]

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We Put A Whole Fleet Of Heaven Hill Whiskeys To A Blind Taste Test

Heaven Hill is one of the most iconic distilleries in America. Its Bardstown, Kentucky campus produces some true classics: Evan Williams, Elijah Craig, Old Fitzgerald, and Parker’s Heritage only scratch the surface. As with all major distilleries, though, not all of their whiskeys are of the same caliber and not all of them are going […]

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The Week contest: Wedding airline

This week’s question: After their flight to Las Vegas was delayed, an eloping Oklahoma City couple enlisted the help of an ordained minister to get married mid-flight. If a new airline were to dedicate itself to providing onboard wedding ceremonies at 30,000 feet, what name could it adopt? Click here to see the results of last […]

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American Single Malt Whiskeys Under $100 Worth Trying Right Now, Ranked

American single malt whisk(e)y might be one of the most interesting categories in whiskey right now. American single malts are popping up all over the country, mostly in the craft distilling scene. But since there are fewer regulations around American single malt, there’s a bit more going on in the making of the spirit. And […]

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What To Order And What To Skip On The Dunkin’ Spring Menu

Always changing with the seasons, Dunkin’ has just dropped its latest menu revamp! The change-up sees winter-leaning flavors like Oreo Hot Chocolate, Irish Creme Swirl, and Mint Hot Chocolate ditched in favor of the Mango Pineapple Refresher, Cake Batter Latte, Butter Pecan Iced Coffee, and Sunrise Batch Iced Coffee. To pair with its lighter and […]

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A Guide To Fort Myers: Florida’s Surprisingly Cool Beachside Oasis

Florida has become world-renowned for its ability to generate both headlines and punchlines. Which can sometimes overshadow the fact that most of those jokes probably wouldn’t sting so much if it wasn’t such a beautiful place, capable of drawing millions of tourists and weather refugees every year. With pristine beaches on the Atlantic and the […]

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The Week contest: Spider jump

This week’s question: A type of male spider that is often eaten by the female after mating has found a way to catapult itself away to safety moments after the act. Come up with a PG-rated term for this life-saving maneuver. Click here to see the results of last week’s contest: Gorilla app How to enter: Submissions should […]

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Killer Mike Talks Better Marijuana Laws, Shares His Smoking Ritual, And Tells Us Why He Loves Indicas

Killer Mike, one half of Run The Jewels and recent Ozark star, has long been a vocal advocate of marijuana — both as a medicine and as a creative tool that has helped pull his mile-a-minute mind in focus. Which made him a natural fit to host Weedmaps’ excellent new docuseries, Tumbleweeds. The four-part docuseries […]

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Massive Bourbon Taste Test: We Grabbed 20 Classic Bourbons, Tasted Them Blind, And Ranked Them All

Let’s cut to the chase: there are so many bourbons on the average liquor store shelf right now that they can’t all be good. A lot of it is white labeled bottles (brands that buy booze and label it their own) containing juice from the big distilleries, but there are just as many iconic brands […]

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6 impressive homes in Atlanta

Buckhead This five-bedroom 1926 Georgian-style estate is in the heart of residential Buckhead. The renovated, expanded house has high ceilings, arched windows and doors, hardwood floors, five fireplaces, a chef’s kitchen, a wood-clad study with coffered ceilings and built-ins, and an owner’s wing with walk-in closets, fireplace, and bathroom with double vanity and soaking tub. […]

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