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You won’t have to worry about how your coffee will taste like every time you make one, as researchers found a way to brew the perfect cup of coffee consistently.
Downtown Las Vegas’ newest watering hole aims to combine cocktails and education, with more quality and consideration than any campus bar or frat party ever has.
The booming fashion industry is medieval in its approach to manufacturing and needs to modernize in order to radically cut the damage it is doing to the environment, British designer Stella McCartn
St. Lucie County’s Master Gardeners will hold their annual Spring into Gardening Festival and Plant Sale on Saturday, May 12 from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the St. Lucie County Cooperative Extension Office, 8400 Picos Road.
Do you want your farm or garden-grown fruits to become yummier and juicier?
If you decide to dehydrate your food, you’re going to have to learn both what foods are best to dehydrate and what foods you should avoid.
Royal fans with a taste for beer will be able to celebrate Prince Harry and fiancee Meghan Markle’s wedding day with a special ale brewed in the town where the couple will get married next month.
Vegans and vegetarians have been wandering in the meat-lovers’ paradise that’s Las Vegas for decades, and it seems like they’re finally reaching the promised land, with — Holy cow! — vegan and vegetarian menus in steakhouses.
Want to start making more earth-friendly food choices in the kitchen? This Earth Month, start with mushrooms, a healthy food that requires minimal natural resources to produce.
Fashionable women, dark-haired Saudis and blonde Eastern Europeans alike, fill the gold-trimmed halls of Riyadh’s Ritz-Carlton Hotel, marking the start of Saudi Arabia’s first-ever fashion week.
Sales of Afghanistan’s ancient carpet-weaving industry have dropped by half in the past year as war with Taliban militants heats up and neighboring Pakistan clamps down on border traffic.
The warm, summery weather is a golden opportunity to take your get-together outside. Whatever the occasion, take advantage of the sun and extra space, and let these tips help you plan and get your outdoor space ready for your guests.
The Israeli museum dedicated to memorializing the Holocaust is still expanding its exhibits from the Nazi genocide and, more than seven decades on, is urging survivors and their families to donate any artifacts they hold lest they get lost.
The Philippines is looking to shorten the closure period for its most popular holiday hotspot Boracay to four months from six, but the number of visitors allowed when it reopens will be slashed, the tourism minister said on Wednesday.
City dwellers looking for respite often make their way to the waterfront. The end of a pier in downtown San Diego can offer a few quieter, calmer moments – a quick escape from the bustling city.
Farm-fresh eggs. Locally grown tomatoes. Herbs sourced onsite.
First Friday is growing — in more ways than one.
Learning how to cultivate a garden is a great survival skill to have.
Turmeric powder is most effective when it’s freshly-grown and prepared by hand at home. A Rockin W Homestead article advised how to grow, dry, and grind your own powder for any curries, protein shakes, or tea you plan to make.
Southeast Asians have united to defend hugely popular “chicken rendang” that was knocked out of a British cooking competition television show for not being crispy enough, but the longstanding debate on the origins of the dish rages on.
Almost every inch of Richard Allen Morris’ 2,000 square-foot basement studio in Golden Hill is packed with art, books and records.
After 12 weeks of training, 25 new UF/IFAS St. Lucie County Master Gardeners graduated on Tuesday, March 27.
When it comes to prepping your pantry, there is no shortage of options to choose from.
An exhibition that reproduces the precious treasures of Mughal art in their original setting in Kabul’s Babur Garden opened this weekend, bringing a rare moment of cultural relief to a city pounded by war for decades.
Ratliff Memorial Park Improvements
This is a delicious replacement for your morning cup of coffee.
It sounds like a chocoholic’s dreamland – giant sculptures of elephants and flamingos all crafted from Belgian chocolate.
“I’m trying to go under the radar.”