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A White Woman From Oregon Is Getting Called Out For Claiming to 'Improve' Congee
In 2017, white Eugene-based acupuncturist and business owner Karen (yes, Karen) Taylor launched her rice porridge company Breakfast Cure, pre-packaged packs of flavored rice customers make into slow-cooker congee.
Tennis, Everyone?
Furi Sport, a new tennis equipment and fashion line, wants to do nothing less than change the game.
The first time Erick Mathelier visited Greenwich, Conn., was an eye-opening experience.
Actor and recording artist Anthony Ramos surprises Brooklyn theater teacher with home reno * Brooklyn Paper
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Rick Laird, Bassist at the Forefront of Fusion, Dies at 80
He played with jazz greats and helped make music history with the Mahavishnu Orchestra. But he gave it up in his 40s to become a photographer.
Portraits of Kolkata's Rickshaw Pullers
The World Through a Lens
The dense metropolis is among the only places in India - and one of the few left in the world - where fleets of hand-pulled rickshaws still ply the streets.
Local student's short film empowers competition
Prospect High School student Simon Cha won an honorable mention and $2,000 in the EmPower Silicon Valley Short Film Competition sponsored by Silicon Valley Clean Energy (SVCE).
A Free-Throw Expert's Advice for Giannis: Just Shoot It
Giannis Antetokounmpo, the Milwaukee Bucks star, has frustrated fans and opponents with his drawn-out free-throw routine that often ends with a miss.
Rising Sparks star: Allow Erica Wheeler to reintroduce herself
It wasn't just that Erica Wheeler was left off the WNBA All-Star roster that irked coach Derek Fisher.
Nationals draft high school outfielder Daylen Lile in the second round
The Washington Nationals selected Daylen Lile with their second-round pick in the Major League Baseball draft Monday afternoon, adding a high school outfielder from Kentucky who was named national high school player of the year by Perfect Game/Rawlings and was once offered a college scholarship in middle school.
Fred Dellar obituary
Within popular music, the writer and journalist Fred Dellar, who has died aged 89, was regarded as the king of trivia; for 40 years he wrote fact-filled columns for New Musical Express and Mojo, as well as authoring several books.