Beyoncé’s new movie, Black Is King, is coming to Disney Plus this Friday, July 31. The film which is being called a visual album is said to celebrate Black culture. Beyoncé wrote, directed and served as executive producer.
Have you ever wondered what’s going through an artist’s mind as they’re making a piece a piece of glass? Here’s your chance to ask them directly. Join us on YouTube as they host their Watch with the Artist online event series.
How do you stay sane if you’re indefinitely stuck inside with toddlers in the house? We’ve rounded up our best kid-tested activities that don’t involve a screen (though there’s a time and place for that, too — we won’t judge).
Though concerts are canceled through June, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra offers a variety of digital content to help keep music in patrons’ lives. Along with the posts listed on the website, please check out CSO Radio, for broadcasts of past CSO concerts, and the CSO’s channel on YouTube.
Skip a yoga class and meditate on making this healthy (and beautiful!) dish. Use a mandoline to turn the vegetables into paper-thin slices. It takes time and practice, so be sure to have a few extra rice wrappers on hand in case some tear.
Have you ever heard of a Korean BBQ? One of the major things that sets Korean BBQ apart from many American BBQ traditions is the meat and the marinate itself. Try this at home and recreate the ultimate Korean BBQ experience!
Homemade apple cider is the greatest thing about fall. It’s extremely easy to make and the perfect way to use up all of those extra apples you thought would turn into apple pie after going apple picking. It’s warm, full of spice, and just sweet enough. Treat yourself to something nice and cozy with a cup of apple cider today!
A member of the larger umbrella group of easy fruit desserts, a buckle features tons of fruit barely held together by tender cake. We’re talking so much fruit that the cake buckles around it, hence the name. There are many regional buckle variations, and not all have a streusel topping. Alter the recipe to your own liking as many might not like that ginger spice.
Jeremiah I. Tolbert II, LEED AP, AIA is the founding principal of Tolbert Design Architects, of San Jose, CA which has developed a national reputation for the design of a range of major public and private buildings, university projects, and custom homes.
Firmly rooted in Oakland, California and serving the surrounding Bay Area communities, Joy Street Design provides full-service residential interior design that elevates your aesthetic, while ensuring that the finished product is a home. A place you can live in comfortably and create endless memories.
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Harpreet Gujral, program director of integrative medicine at Johns Hopkins’ Sibley Memorial Hospital, offers the following suggestions on staying centered and healthy when you’re working at home during the pandemic.
Living a healthier life might seem like a tall order — the nutrition, the exercise, the inner happiness! But having some friendly advice at your disposal, whenever and wherever you need it, makes it easier and more fun. With just a click, these awesome blogs filled with tips, tricks, and personal stories will inspire you on your journey to wellness.
Founded in 1998 by the creators of the Academy Award®-winning short film TREVOR, The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning (LGBTQ) young people under 25.
Project Open Hand’s missions to improve health outcomes and quality of life by providing nutritious meals to the sick and vulnerable, caring for and educating our community. They serve the most vulnerable in Oakland and San Francisco and do so with love and compassion.
LYRIC’s mission is to build community and inspire positive social change through education enhancement, career trainings, health promotion, and leadership development with LGBTQQ youth, their families, and allies of all races, classes, genders, and abilities.
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