It's a back to work/school/life mag.
We are kicking off our makes with easy, healthy and super tasty one bowl lunches, which we loved creating/testing. Great to bring to work.
Also, a piece from writer/humorist/awesome chick Jill Kargman on the Jewish New Year. And some other bits.
Shana Tova my people.
This week’s goop collaboration
Tuna Tomato Bowl
This bowl is a perfect cross between a puttanesca and a niçoise.
Each December 31st, as millions of drunk, cavorting revelers smooch and screech in Times Square as the dropping ball demarcates a new year, I'm usually asnooze and wake up no more invigorated than the chilly night before. That’s because my fresh start has always been September: the feeling of turning a corner, pressing the reset button, and walking with a renewed spring in my newly-booted step. And not just because I'm Jewy Jewstein and I’m going the eat crisp granny smiths and honey to ring in a sweet annum ahead, but because (open door, enter confession booth, lower voice to a whisper...) I loathe summer.
"That's right, you heard me over your blaring Robin Thicke."
We’ve compiled a list of some of the most remarkable and inspiring places to see and experience art this school year. More than galleries or museums, these are art destinations to get immersed in and spend more than just a few hours.
left: An idyllic Berkshires setting. right: Natalie Jeremijenko’s ongoing work consisting of trees growing upside down hangs in the courtyard.
Located in a former industrial complex in the Berkshires, this sprawling center for the arts was repurposed for exhibiting large-scale and complex works too difficult to display in a regular museum environment. For example, Sol Lewitt’s impressive retrospective of enormous wall drawings is installed through 2033. With theater and performing arts spaces woven into the museum’s fabric, it is also a catalyst for new art. No matter what time of year you visit, the buildings and their surroundings are breathtaking, and there’s always plenty to see not only within the museum walls, but beyond.