The Best Mail-Order Beef and Butcher Shops Across America

Photo credit: Courtesy Eric Medsker
Photo credit: Courtesy Eric Medsker

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Red meat got a bad rap for a while, but it’s made a comeback in the last decade, thanks to the rise of low-carb diets, and research that shows that, in moderation, a burger or steak is nothing to worry about. In fact, beef consumption is way up this year, thanks in part to people staying home and cooking during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Chefs and home

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“COVID-19 Is Not an Equal Opportunity Virus”

Photo credit: Photo by Bre'Ann White, courtesy Carrie Mae Weems and Library Street Collective
Photo credit: Photo by Bre’Ann White, courtesy Carrie Mae Weems and Library Street Collective

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Referring to the recommended six feet of separation required for proper social distancing, artist Carrie Mae Weems’s Resist COVID Take Six! public awareness campaign aims to get information and resources to combat the spread of the deadly coronavirus into the hands of BIPOC communities via billboards, buttons, lawn signs, take-out bags, and other creative means. Activism and a

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6 things first-time homeowners need to know right now

People are spending a lot of time at home these days, so it’s no wonder many are taking a long and hard look at their living situations.

For some people, that means obsessively browsing Zillow for hours on end. For others, it means actually buying their first piece of property.

Ready to become a homeowner? Here’s what you need to know first.

1. Interest rates on mortgage loans are lower than ever

Low mortgage interest

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7 top-rated lap desks on Amazon to get on sale

Take the office—or your classwork—anywhere with the best lap desks.
Take the office—or your classwork—anywhere with the best lap desks.

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Whether you’re working from home or starting up fall classes online, a great lap desk can help you tackle projects from your computer no matter where you are. Post up on the couch or take your stuff outside on the porch—it doesn’t matter, because with the

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9 ways to get through at-home learning this fall, from teachers

As schools across the United States reopen for the 2020-21 school year either completely online or with an online learning option amid continuing concerns about COVID-19, a lot of parents are finding themselves supervising their children’s school days.

The thought of being responsible for their children’s academic experiences is daunting for parents who are trying to juggle multiple children or working from home — especially after last spring’s sudden school shutdown and the crisis learning

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The Best Halloween Face Masks for Adults & Kids

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Halloween face masks can put shoppers in the spirit for the spooky season ahead.

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This year, it will be more than a costume that shoppers will have to think about buying for Halloween. As face masks continue to be a part of our daily dress, the coverings surely will factor

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On the hunt for a new bikini? Celeb-favourite Swimsuits For All has 45% off everything right now

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Swimsuits for All.

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If you’ve ever struggled to shop for a swimsuit that was flattering, affordable and available in a wide

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Italy sees drop in coronavirus cases and tests

ROME — Italy’s day-to-day new case numbers dropped for a second straight day, but so did the number of swab tests performed to detect coronavirus infections.

According to Health Ministry figures on Monday, 320 coronavirus cases were registered since the previous day, and 30,666 swab tests were carried out at the end of Italy’s big summer holiday weekend. Two days earlier, when Italy registered 629 case —the first time the daily caseload had topped 600

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Former Glossier Employees Demand Change With Letter Accusing Company Of Mistreatment

A group of former Glossier retail employees sent a letter to the beauty and skin care brand demanding “accountability” and “change” amid accusations that the company’s culture has been far from inclusive.

Over the weekend, “a collective of former Glossier retail employees” banded together to create a series of social media accounts called “Outta the Gloss,” a riff on Glossier’s blog, “Into the Gloss.” Additionally, they put together a Medium post outlining accusations against the

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In the work-from-home battle for space, women are the reluctant nomads

<span class="caption">Ward Cleaver of the popular sitcom 'Leave It to Beaver' in his study.</span> <span class="attribution"><a class="link rapid-noclick-resp" href="https://i.pinimg.com/originals/72/d5/4e/72d54e1687267db51b65becc2caa3dc8.jpg" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Universal Pictures">Universal Pictures</a></span>
Ward Cleaver of the popular sitcom ‘Leave It to Beaver’ in his study. Universal Pictures

It’s just past 10 a.m. and my partner, on his third virtual meeting today, is working non-stop in our home office. My son has taken over the family room to attend a virtual science camp and video-editing classes and to play video games. I now realize that this will be his work space to attend distance learning classes in the

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Payless Shoes Is Back in Business

Payless is returning from the abyss. The popular, low-price shoe chain emerged from bankruptcy in January and is now relaunching with an e-commerce store, new leadership and retail prototype. The first physical store of its new iteration will open in Miami, the home of its new headquarters, this November.

Payless appointed former CAA-GBG president Jared Margolis as chief executive officer. The executive said that he sees the company as a “once-in-a-lifetime-opportunity,” both to alter the

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How an L.A. museum is celebrating the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage

Buttons in the Natural History Museum's 19th Amendment centennial exhibition, clockwise from top left: "ERA YES" from the 1960s or '70s; Shirley Chisholm's campaign button; a 1970s button supporting activist Angela Davis; and a 1960s button combining the Venus symbol with the Aztec Eagle logo of the United Farm Workers, co-founded by Dolores Huerta. <span class="copyright">(Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County)</span>
Buttons in the Natural History Museum’s 19th Amendment centennial exhibition, clockwise from top left: “ERA YES” from the 1960s or ’70s; Shirley Chisholm’s campaign button; a 1970s button supporting activist Angela Davis; and a 1960s button combining the Venus symbol with the Aztec Eagle logo of the United Farm Workers, co-founded by Dolores Huerta. (Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County)

One of the vintage buttons simply says in all capital letters: “ERA YES.” Another

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Moms brace for school year juggling jobs, remote learning amid COVID-19 pandemic

Traci Wells was at a school board meeting when she found out the springtime balancing act between her job and helping her children with online schooling would stretch into the fall. 

“I was like, I cannot do six more months of this,” says Wells, a mother of four, who is director of education for the global health program at UCLA’s David Geffen School of Medicine. With her husband working as well, “I don’t know how

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Facebook begins the Instagram DM and Messenger merge

In January last year, Mark Zuckerberg announced that Facebook plans to integrate messaging services between Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp. It seems that the company is taking the first steps towards that by merging Instagram DMs and Messenger.

According to a report from The Verge, a ton of users got popup messages on Friday night describing the new integrated experience. The popup said: “There’s a new way to Message on Instagram” and mentioned fresh features,

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Most real estate developers have hit pause. Why Terra’s David Martin is forging ahead

Most college students use coffee to power through all-night cram sessions.

As a University of Florida undergrad, David Martin used coffee in a different way — to launch his business career.

Starbucks had started sprouting up around the country in 1995, but none had yet reached Gainesville. So Martin signed onto his AOL account and went online to find out why so many were buzzing about the company.

“I had always been very entrepreneurial as

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Markey throws shade at Kennedy family in Senate primary brawl

BOSTON — Sen. Ed Markey is going where few Massachusetts Democrats have dared to go before. He’s not only attacking his challenger, Rep. Joe Kennedy III, he’s throwing shade at the Kennedy family, the state’s equivalent of political royalty.

In an ever more contentious battle between a septuagenarian senator and the scion of one of the nation’s best-known dynasties, Markey is calling out specific Kennedy family members by name, needling the wealth and privilege that

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The Power of Stuttering Out Loud in the Workplace

Man giving a presentation at work.
Man giving a presentation at work.

Imagine a world where your first and last name start with two letters with sounds that can be difficult for you to vocalize clearly in front of others.

Saying my name can be challenging in unfamiliar group settings. Where folks usually keep their introduction to two words, I often add some version of “Hi, my name is…” to create the sounds and speech flow needed to properly say my

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Quarantine requirements may delay return to in-person school

Shannon Silver had planned to take her family on a trip from her home in Connecticut to visit relatives in Ohio just before the start of the school year for her two children.

But she and her husband reversed course when people traveling from Ohio were added to a list of those who must quarantine for 14 days upon entering Connecticut. That requirement might have meant her 10-year-old son would miss the first day of

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20 Things Teen Girls Wish Their Moms Knew

I have a friend who studied bridges and their purpose in city planning. She explained how bridges are needed as a city grows and expands. They connect one part of a community to another and offer a safe passage.

We related this concept to raising teens — and why bridges matter in the parent-teen relationship. As a child grows up, their world expands and separates them from their family and familiar territory. They need bridges

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