Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn and Cristiano Ronaldo are just a few of the famous faces that Chinese make-up artist He Yuhong can transform her features into, but now she’s turning to famous artworks.
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Chef Jeremiah Tower’s upcoming appearance at Luxor will be part of a multi-chef dinner being organized by the James Beard Foundation.
Diana Benavidez grew up traversing the border between Chula Vista and Tijuana.
At left and right, examples of propaganda’s range of uses. In the center, a view of Inwood today.
Celebrated Chefs, Events Take Over Strip for Fun, Food-Centric Weekend
Cindy Chartrand, who’s been executive chef at Opportunity Village since February, has big plans for the organization’s Kitchen Creations Catering team.
We have become a society where Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! is no longer an ABBA song, but a philosophy.
Belgian flower growers bested the summer’s blistering heat to lay out 500,000 blossoms on the central square of Brussels, in this year’s edition of the world famous flower carpet.
Landscapes that include fewer wind-pollinated plants could reduce symptoms for those who are particularly sensitive to outdoor allergens, according to a new resource.
Melons are all the rage at the San Diego Zoo, especially in the scorching days of summer.
When a group of Faith Lutheran Middle School and High School students approached Principal Scott Fogo about two years ago about building a greenhouse on campus, he wasn’t too enthusiastic.
A new hub for innovation and design is planned for East Village.
Vienna has dislodged Melbourne for the first time at the top of the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Liveability Index, strengthening the Austrian capital’s claim to being the world’s most pleasant city to live in.
Fans of fresh produce pushed plastic wheelbarrows down rows and rows of leafy green plants Saturday morning, scavenging the earth for cucumbers, eggplant, squash and plucking peaches and pears from trees at Gilcrease Orchard.
By creating your own homemade salad dressing, you’re making sure that you know what’s been put into it.
Gardening experts have shared a few tips on starting a vegetable garden from scratch.
Everyone is looking for some backyard shade these days, and the latest sun protection is a tensioned fabric canopy called a shade sail.
An abundant garden will ultimately attract many kinds of animals, most of which will be unwelcome pests such as insects and small mammals that can strip your garden clean and destroy everything you worked so hard for.
You don’t need a large plot of land to have a garden with a high vegetable yield.
A glass of blue, sir? It is a question that may dismay purist winemakers in France, where wine is a way of life rather than simply a drink, but in the southern town of Sete consumers cannot get enough.
Whatever the occasion, you can take advantage of the sun and extra space outside for the perfect backyard party.
To keep your lawn looking sharp without breaking your back, follow these five simple tips.
Thirsty city slickers are pitching in to help farmers in Australia’s parched interior by eating a pub delicacy called a “parma,” with some of the proceeds marked for drought relief.
Urban Outfitters Inc , American Eagle Outfitters Inc and other retailers are filling stores with styles from the 1990s in a bet that fanny packs, chunky-soled sneakers and high-waisted “mom jeans” will lift back-to-school sales.
The loss of the Tivoli Village Canter’s Deli, which abruptly closed last month, was a blow to Summerlin’s pastrami fans, but it could be seen as a boon for music lovers.
Protecting your garden and yourself from unwanted pests can be a hassle.
A ceramics resurgence is underway.
Armed with makeup brushes and pencils, skin artist and illusionist Mirjana Kika Milosevic gets to work on her own torso, sketching elaborate knots and making chunks of her flesh disappear, earning her videos millions of views on YouTube.
Rainy days should not deter adventurers from exploring nature.
When starting a small farm, there are considerations you have to make.
More often than not, you can find the solution to your ailment in nature.
If you want to use a natural and non-toxic weed killer in your garden or homestead, try some horticultural vinegar.
Coconut oil for lustrous hair
Our relationship with the fig tree is one for the books
With fewer than 500 inhabitants, Staro Zhelezare in southern Bulgaria is a world away from the mean streets of Manhattan, but its houses and barns have now been painted with some of the most famous images from New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA).
The Morningside Branch Library is hosting a free workshop to help first-time homebuyers on Saturday, Aug. 18 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saint Francis United Methodist Church in New Edinburg will have their Annual Revival on August 6 through the 8th at 7:00 pm. nightly
Growing oregano is relatively easy, especially indoors.
For decades the artists of Montmartre have dazzled sightseers with their rapidly delivered portraits, paintings of Parisian scenes and cartoonish caricatures.
Manny Salzman didn’t get to eat psychedelic mushrooms on his death bed, like he wanted to do, but that’s only because he was never really on a death bed. He was walking (and mostly riding his bike) until the end of his 99.6575 years of life.
With the summer heat hitting us across many parts of the world, the need for cool drinks and a sun shade are at the top of the priority list.
In the mountains of central Vietnam, a colossal pair of hands lifts a golden thread of walkway high above the clifftops, as if the mountain itself has sprouted limbs.
A clean, healthy diet comes with inherent limitations, but Flower Child celebrates the eat-the-rainbow philosophy with a deep dive into nature’s bounty, resulting in a delightful feast of flavors and tumble of textures.
Artist Jon McNaughton debuted a new painting depicting President Trump and his Cabinet navigating the Washington DC “swamp.”
The next time you bake a loaf of home-made bread, try using flour milled from the seeds of the pomegranate (Punica granatum).
How to make slug beer traps