Outdoor Voices’ Popular Leggings Are Up to 50 Percent Off Right Now

Outdoor Voices Outdoor Voices is here to cure all of your post-holiday blues. Right now, the retailer is offering up to 50 percent off items in its OV extra sale section. Whether you’re in the market for a cozy fleece or another pair of sweatpants (because these days you can never have too many), this…

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Questlove Hosts a Virtual Dinner Party

The cookbook “Mixtape Potluck” by Questlove, the musician and activist, was published last fall. Now Questlove is turning it into a one-hour Food Network special and fund-raiser to be broadcast on Thursday, with celebrity participants like Olivia Wilde, George Lopez, Tiffany Haddish and others cooking, eating and drinking at a virtual dinner party. It benefits…

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5 Genius Tricks for Mastering Your WFH Style

Fornasetti, Samsung, Bottega Veneta The world may feel like it’s stuck in a place of uncertainty, but one thing is for sure: A lot of us are going to be working from home for some time. If your reimagined work week sometimes is turning into a daily style struggle, there are few simple tricks that…

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Frozen Burek, Ready to Heat

Alida Malushi, a pastry chef who was born in Kosovo to an Albanian family, came to New York in 1991. With her niece, Ariana, she established Balkan Bites, making and selling her family’s burek, the filled pastries that are widely enjoyed throughout the Balkans, in Turkey and parts of the Middle East. Though she is…

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New Site Aggregates Food News

A free weekly online compendium of food news, DigestThis.news, started publishing last week. It’s an offshoot of Amazing Ribs, a website that’s about all things barbecue. David Joachim, a cookbook author who also writes for Amazing Ribs, is at the helm. The site covers topics like restaurants, health, regulations, science, cooking, new books and more…

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Could All Those ‘Quarantinis’ Lead to Drinking Problems?

Quarantinis. Zoom happy hours. Easy front-door liquor delivery. The boredom of staying home and the intense anxiety produced by the pandemic have given rise to Twitter jokes about drinking before noon as alcohol sales have spiked. But addiction experts say they are worried it could also trigger more serious drinking problems and even create new…

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Step Chickens and the Rise of TikTok ‘Cults’

The image has become nearly ubiquitous on TikTok, as tens of thousands of users have changed their avatars to show their loyalty to its subject: Melissa Ong, the 27-year-old “mother hen” of the platform’s largest and most powerful “cult,” the Step Chickens. Cults on TikTok aren’t the ideological ones most people are familiar with. Instead,…

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North Fork Table & Inn Reopens Its Food Truck

Headliner North Fork Table Food Truck The reopening of North Fork Table & Inn, a highly regarded establishment on Long Island, began Memorial Day weekend with its popular food truck, now in its 10th season. Both closed last fall to cycle through a change of ownership. The chef John Fraser and his JF Restaurants now…

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Move Over, Sweatpants. It’s—Checks Notes—Sweat Shorts Season

When quar started back in March, we were dealing with unpredictable times and even more unpredictable weather. Rain poured down as we sheltered in place and we quickly turned into creatures of comfort, reaching for stress-reducing house slippers, fleece sweaters, and, most notably, sweatpants. We were walking Regina George memes, and lived in fear of…

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Makeup and the Mask. It’s About the Eyes.

As a makeup artist, Keita Moore has become an observer of faces. Months ago, in the early stages of the pandemic, he saw very little makeup when he ran out on the occasional errand. Lately, though, he has noticed that the faces are changing, slowly. Masks are plentiful, as are filled-in brows and lashes coated…

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