The founders of Josephine wanted to make food more personal, more human, and give a boost to people who wouldn’t otherwise have the resources to turn their culinary skills into income. That, they started to see, might have the added benefit of bringing food to areas with little or no access to it.
Despite all the evidence linking a healthy diet to a healthy body, few doctors have training in nutrition, or much influence on what their patients eat. But a Washington, D.C.-based organization is changing that, enabling doctors to write “prescriptions” for fruits and vegetables.
Call it the vinyl revival. Call it the dust and groove renaissance. Call it what you will: America seems to be enjoying the physical format of LPs once again, falling in love with the hisses and pops that digital music has eliminated. The music industry is rising to the occasion to meet demand.
It Pays to Be a Jedi (Or Co-Star With One): How the ‘Star Wars’ Franchise Boosts Its Actors’ Careers
Following the success of The Force Awakens, the cast will bring in bigger paychecks for The Last Jedi and likely earn more in other films during their career.
“Data” and “podcast” are two of the biggest buzzwords of the last few years, and plenty of analytics pros turned audiophiles are getting in on the trend.
The same snowstorm can cause either panic or eye-rolling among city dwellers based on the snow-readiness of their local government. Storm strength is typically measured in how long a municipality is shut down—as well as the associated costs.