For many artists facing homelessness or lack of employment due to disability, “it’s not a handout they are looking for, but an opportunity,” said Liz Powers, co-founder of the Boston-based entity ArtLifting. By providing these artists a professional platform to sell their work and generate ongoing income, opportunity is exactly what ArtLifting offers.
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In a country like Korea that’s seeped in deep traditions as well as intense enthusiasm for trends, you could spend a year there and still not try everything you’d want to, but here are of some of the more popular foods you’d encounter spending time in Seoul and how to enjoy them.
Scientists keep finding more natural ways to improve people’s health, and lucky us: one of them is soaking in hot springs. Researchers continue to find evidence that proves this vacation activity can actually make people feel better.
By Shane Athridge Twice a week, Ernest Kirstein begins his mornings at 5:30, waking up in his apartment in Hoboken, N.J., to start the hour-long commute to New York City and the High School for Environmental Studies. “It’s one of those high schools where the principal stands, every day, greeting students at the front door,”…
The idea of switching from the three square meals we’ve all grown accustomed to can seem daunting, but it’s completely possible. I switched to more frequent mini meals about six years ago, and it’s helped me combat nausea and fatigue and reminds me to be healthy in my eating habits.
After studying abroad in the small island country for six months, I discovered that while New Zealand’s landscape is fantasy-worthy and, yes, full of sheep, the country also offers an array of adventures for both nature lovers and adrenaline junkies.
Field Notes From Rwanda is a reflective new series by co-founder Maria Russo about her journey in starting and running Humanity Unified, a nonprofit organization dedicated to lifting vulnerable populations out of poverty through education, food security and economic opportunities. She currently splits her time between NYC and Kigali, Rwanda. A joke between Anthony and I is…
Orange wine is having a moment. And there has never been a better time. As summer blends into fall and whites and rosés are shelved until next year, and bold reds seem too evocative of a long winter to start just yet, orange wine has answered a call. The latest trend in viticulture, orange wine…
by Natalie Yera After a four-hour train ride from Zurich, my friends and I arrived in the beautiful country of Italy. Exhausted, in need of a shower and craving true Italian pizza, we couldn’t wait to begin our eight-day adventure. Little did we know how much of a struggle it would be to order just…