This Artist Paints The Colors She Hears In Music
Melissa McCracken talks with Here & Now's Robin Young about living with a neurological condition that causes her to see music as color.
8 Small But Ingenious Tips That Will Improve Your Grilling
Like how toothpicks can help you cook burgers for a crowd, a muffin tin can contain condiments, a carpenter’s tool belt can keep your hands free, and more.
Julia Child’s D.C. home had lost its luster. But it’s getting ready to sparkle again.
The current private owner of the attractive 3-bedroom, 2-bath house is remodeling and opening up the kitchen.
Bread Baking 101: How to Knead Dough
Part of the wonder of bread baking is how many changes in the dough happen without the cook even touching it. But there is one major mechanical step that allows this magic to happen: kneading.
Man crochets hats for cancer patients, prison led him to pay it forward
MADISON, Wis. - Edgerton resident Wendy Oren is waiting for her hair to grow back from the chemotherapy treatments she's been undergoing for the past several months. "Janesville Saint Mary's Hospital diagnosed me with ovarian cancer in July," Oren said. Oren now wears a chemo cap to conceal her hair loss, which she said is "more comfy and cozy and softer than the wigs they give you. "The story behind the hat Oren wears starts with a man named Kurt Stapleton.
Rediscovering Childhood Hobbies Can Make You Happier Today
It might feel like childhood hobbies should stay in the past. But returning to the things we loved as kids can help us deal with the realities of adulthood.
5 Strategies To End Late-Night Snacking - Ellie Krieger
(Photo credit:Photo by Emiliano Vittoriosi on Unsplash) This January, five Washington Post staffers embarked on a 30-day diet challenge and wrote about their experiences weekly. I had a role in it, too, interviewing each of them so I could lend my perspective as a nutritionist. One clear pattern emerged at the start: Most of the staffers said theyRead More
Review | What is the strange allure of Bob Ross? I painted my way to an answer, sort of.
“Painting With Bob Ross” offers lessons beyond art, some of them unintentional, it seems.