Lifestyle Category Archive
The shining sun, the warm weather, your favorite summertime foods and many of your most treasured summertime activities are still available for your enjoyment.
Baby formula recipes
If your time as a pandemic prisoner has made you wistful for childhood theme park memories and, like fellow captives the world over, left you craving beverages for grown-ups, have we got good news for you.
Folks with strong DIY (“do it yourself”) skills might be tempted to repair a broken window in their home or business property, rather than replacing the whole window.
With the increase of work from home, it’s important to create a feeling of spaciousness, openness and use of valuable floor space.
Confronted with problems in fabric deliveries and supplier closures during France’s coronavirus lockdown, fashion designer Alexis Mabille had to improvise to salvage his next collection, turning to materials he had to hand.
Now is a great time to purge the back-of-the-pantry and rid your refrigerator of crusty-topped condiment jars with an eye toward restocking with nutritious choices.
With all its many styles, variations and forms, the martini continues to be a mainstay among Americans.
A global pandemic could not stop Coney Island’s venerable Fourth of July hot-dog eating competition from going ahead on Saturday, or its reigning men’s and women’s champions from setting new records in their respective divisions.
Rather than take a summer holiday abroad during the coronavirus pandemic, some Belgians are trying a novel camping experience at home, spending a night in a tear drop-shaped tent hanging from a tree.
Paris is usually abuzz during its prestigious Haute Couture presentations in July, its hotels heaving with fashionistas and monuments turned into catwalk venues.
A five-star hotel in Vietnamese capital Hanoi has opened with a twist that it hopes will attract guests with intimately expensive tastes: gold-plated bath tubs, basins and even toilets, all housed behind a massive golden exterior.
A garden does more than add beauty to your property.
The fine white dust that shrouds much of his northern Myanmar village also covers sculptor Chin Win as he leans over a half-finished Buddha statue.
Carnivale, Chicago’s one-of-a-kind restaurant serving Latin inspired cuisine from Central America, South America and Mexico, located at 702 W. Fulton Market St., is offering special July 4th DIY and Ready-For-The-Grill Meal Kits available for curbside pick-up on Friday, July 3 and Saturday, July 4.
Do you often wonder if it’s worth having your property professionally landscaped? Well, you may be one of the many hesitant property owners who don’t see the real value or benefits of landscaping. Some people see it as a good investment, while others see it as unnecessary—a waste of time and money.
In honor of National Mai Tai Day
Summer is here and now, more than ever, making the best out of what you already have at home is a must! Sometimes, the backyard gets overlooked, using it just as a playground or setting a grill in a corner for when you host a barbeque.
Bucket gardening is popular among urban preppers because it allows you to grow assorted herbs and vegetables even if you live in a small apartment.
If you’re looking for home remedies for mold growth or wish to prevent it, here are some tips and natural products you can use.
Chicago’s one-of-a-kind restaurant serving Latin inspired cuisine from South America, Central America and Mexico, Carnivale, 702 W. Fulton Market St., is opening for indoor dining within its expansive dining room and salons on Friday, June 26.
Here are seven alternative cooking methods you can learn for the next time you go camping or when the lights go out.
Known for its authentic Mexican cuisine, delicious tequila and mezcal-based specialty cocktails and voted a top Mexican restaurant in Chicago, Mercadito, 108 W. Kinzie St., today announced the opening of the restaurant’s indoor dining room with reduced capacity is set for Friday, June 26, in accordance with state protocol.
Essential ingredients of nutrition bars
Barcelona’s Liceu opera reopened its doors on Monday for the first time in over three months to hold a concert – exclusively for a quiet, leafy audience of nearly 2,300 house plants.
Here are the top 10 most popular US states for tiny living, according to HomeAdvisor.
States and counties across the U.S. are beginning to loosen up on pandemic restrictions despite the rising number of cases.
Palestinian refugee Um Zeid spends her days at home in the sprawling Baqaa camp in Jordan sewing colorful dresses which gives her an income and keeps tradition alive.
Carnivale, Chicago’s one-of-a-kind restaurant serving Latin inspired cuisine from Central America, South America and Mexico, located at 702 W. Fullerton Market St, is offering The Big Papi Kit available for curbside pick-up on Sunday, June 21.
Here is a list edible plants with poisonous parts you need to avoid
From Armani to Gucci, top fashion houses are re-designing their calendars to slow down the frantic pace of catwalk shows and new collections, as the coronavirus pandemic forces a rethink of the way the industry works.
How to make your own homemade herb spiral
Yam flour proved to be more nutritious than refined wheat flour
Slovenian restaurants received the country’s first ever Michelin stars
While traditions may be a bit different this summer, some things can still remain the same.
Chicago’s one-of-a-kind restaurant serving Latin inspired cuisine from South America, Central America and Mexico for those who are seeking an unparalleled festive experience, Carnivale, 702 W. Fulton Market St., is opening for outdoor patio dining beginning Friday, June 12.
f you are interested in homesteading, you’ll need a piece of land you can call your own.
Fans of his uniquely Mexican take on high-end dining once packed a months-long wait list for Enrique Olvera’s Pujol but the restaurant is grappling with a tough new reality as the novel coronavirus haunts Latin America’s culinary upstarts.
The City will become a more beautiful place with the growth of Port St. Lucie’s Art in Public Places program thanks to a $50,000 grant that was approved today by the National Endowment for the Arts.
Congratulations to the artists and designers included in the curated online exhibition that is part of the UNLV Donna Beam Gallery program.
Here are some superfoods that are not only a great addition to your prepper pantry – they can also be grown in your own survival garden.