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  • Yayoi Kusama's fashion, design work to get focus in new retrospective
    Yayoi Kusama's fashion, design work to get focus in new retrospective

    An exhibition set to debut outside Copenhagen in September before making its way to Oslo, Stockholm and Helsinki will look at the life's work of the Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, including the less-covered areas of fashion and design. Famed for her colorful, polka-dot installations, Kusama was named the most popular artist in the world in a survey of 2014 museum attendance by The Art Newspaper, attracting huge audience draws for her retrospectives in South America and Asia. Now Scandinavian …

  • New service will deliver Michelin-starred meals to Londoners' doors
    New service will deliver Michelin-starred meals to Londoners' doors

    London has caught up to the likes of New York and San Francisco with the launch of a new delivery service that will allow foodies to eat Michelin-starred meals in their sweatpants while watching the telly. In recent years, the US dining scene has expanded the notion of traditional delivery service beyond greasy pizza and Chinese take-out via collaborations with popular restaurants and start-up catering services. Starting this fall, the trend will make landfall across the pond in London, where …

  • Destination Gastronomy: the best of the French Riviera
    Destination Gastronomy: the best of the French Riviera

    You've had your fun at the beach, now get yourself cleaned up because you're dining with the hottest chefs of the moment and today, we're headed for the French Riviera. The list of addresses is long, but if you only have one night to dedicate to the cuisine of Marseille, call up Petit Nice (relax, the restaurant is most definitely in Marseille) for a reservation. The charismatic chef in charge is Gérald Passédat, responsible for a kitchen that has been rewarded with three stars by the …

  • Food Network star Katie Lee shares her green gazpacho recipe
    Food Network star Katie Lee shares her green gazpacho recipe

    You could call Katie Lee the younger version of Ina Garten, with her shingled, beach house in the Hamptons, love of all things French, and penchant for throwing easy, breezy summer soirees in her elegant garden. This summer Lee shares some of the recipes that make recurring appearances in her kitchen and backyard patio every year. After hosting countless sunset dinner parties for friends and family, Lee, co-host of The Food Network's "The Kitchen," compiled some of her favorite summer recipes …

  • Woody Allen on marriage: 'I was paternal - it worked'
    Woody Allen on marriage: 'I was paternal - it worked'

    Acclaimed American film director Woody Allen has given a rare interview and made even rarer remarks about his controversial marriage to the adopted daughter of his former girlfriend. "I'm 35 years older and somehow, through no fault of mine or hers, the dynamic worked," he told National Public Radio of his wife Soon-Yi, calling him "paternal" in their relationship. …

  • Pre-marriage weddingmoons trend among stressed out couples
    Pre-marriage weddingmoons trend among stressed out couples

    The caterer has just made local news because they sickened dozens with food poisoning. A pre-wedding vacation trend that more and more couples are taking to break away from wedding-related stress. It’s the latest trend after babymoons and minimoons, in which couples set off on their last hoorah before the birth of baby, or newlyweds eschew the big Hawaii honeymoon for a weekend getaway or staycation. …

  • Tourist captures Eiffel Tower engagement and launches search for mystery couple
    Tourist captures Eiffel Tower engagement and launches search for mystery couple

    As California tourist Jen Hurd Bohn stood waiting in line at the Eiffel Tower, she spotted an intimate moment unfold between a couple and knew she was witnessing an unmistakable proposal. Enter, the power of the internet, and Facebook. …

  • Teens make sex safer with STD-detecting condom
    Teens make sex safer with STD-detecting condom

    At the pubescent age of 14, three boys have demonstrated remarkable intuition when it comes to sex, conceiving a condom that changes color to indicate the presence of a sexually transmitted disease (STD). "We wanted to make something that made detecting harmful STIs safer than ever before, so that people can take immediate action in the privacy of their own homes without the often-scary procedures at the doctors," says 14-year-old team member Daanyaal Ali. The team of boys from Isaac Newton …

  • Scientists identify the taste of fat as sixth taste
    Scientists identify the taste of fat as sixth taste

    After sweet, sour, salty and bitter, as well as the most recently acknowledged flavor profile on the palate, umami, scientists from Purdue University in Indiana have published a paper showing that the tongue can also ‘taste’ fat. When concentrations of fatty acids are high in a food it is typically rejected, as would be the case when a food is rancid. In this instance, the fat taste sensation is a warning to not eat the item,” explained lead author Richard D. Mattes in a statement. …

  • Soybean oil worse for your health than coconut oil
    Soybean oil worse for your health than coconut oil

    According to scientists from the University of California, Riverside, a diet high in soybean oil may cause more obesity and diabetes than a diet high in fructose. Specialists in the matter are focusing more than ever on fat, naturally, but also on fructose, a sugar commonly found in soda and processed foods. Also commonly found in processed foods, margarines, vinaigrettes and snacks is soybean oil. …

  • Are you raising a healthy child?
    Are you raising a healthy child?

    Are you raising a healthy child? …

  • Scientists identify the taste of fat as sixth taste
    Scientists identify the taste of fat as sixth taste

    After sweet, sour, salty and bitter, as well as the most recently acknowledged flavor profile on the palate, umami, scientists from Purdue University in Indiana have published a paper showing that the tongue can also ‘taste’ fat. When concentrations of fatty acids are high in a food it is typically rejected, as would be the case when a food is rancid. In this instance, the fat taste sensation is a warning to not eat the item,” explained lead author Richard D. Mattes in a statement. …