What would Beethoven think You compose a symphony and then hand its premiere over to utterly untrained conductors.
Chris Martin reportedly worries Gwyneth Paltrow is “too righteous” at times.
Call it the Davos of nose, the olfactory Olympics, the Sundance of Scent. On June 5, representatives of more than 50 top fragrance-and-flavor companies will converge at the World Perfumery Congress in Cannes, France, to charm potential customers and herald their latest innovations.
This week, Linda Garibay’s monthly welfare check will drop by $43.
Heard the one about the common shampoo ingredient that causes cancer?
Safety Community Environment Education Race Income Diet Neighborhood Poverty You’re a native-American baby born into the Oglala Sioux tribe, living on the Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota.
“What country is this?” Many bemused Americans might ask that question as they go about their work and play. Whether shopping for vegetables among the hundreds of Korean-run greengroceries in Manhattan, or stopping for the night at one of the innumerable Indian-owned hotels in California, Americans are increasingly finding that entire businesses have acquired a foreign-born flavor.
Katsumi Yamauchi’s strawberries didn’t look radioactive. Nor did his tomatoes, or the waxy-skinned turnips nearby, or any of the fresh fruit and vegetables that customers perused on a busy sidewalk in central Tokyo last week
Until he saw the light, Jon Taggart–6 ft. 5 in., jeans, white cowboy hat, Texas twang–was a rancher like any other in the southern Great Plains.
Harayenti’s voice starts out strong as she speaks about the moment the major earthquake struck last week. “My only thought was ‘run, run,'” she said.