Vitamin C is one of those ingredients that, much like retinoids, caters to myriad skin-care concerns, including sun damage, fine lines and wrinkles, rough texture, and even stubborn scars. Speaking of
Welcome to Never Fail, a weekly column where we wax poetic about the recipes that never, ever let us down. This recipe, which was originally developed in 2013, goes against everything the current BA Test
There are dozens if not hundreds of macOS shortcuts and tricks to streamline your workflows and make it easier to use your Mac, but many of these shortcuts are easily overlooked or forgotten. For this
It'll reliably, deliciously brighten up pasta, hummus, or a bowl of brothy soup—year round. Just a month or two ago, East Nashville, where I live, was invaded by tiny, sweet, drought-immune cherry tomatoes.
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An NPR Host Who's Interviewed Thousands of People Over 45 Years Has the Only Icebreaker You'll Ever Need, and It's Just Words
Terry Gross, the host of NPR’s “Fresh Air,” has interviewed thousands of people over the course of her 45-year career in radio. So if anyone would know how to start a conversation with a stranger, it’s