Why ‘black Panther’ Is A Defining Moment For Black America


Ryan Coogler’s film is a vivid re-imagination of something black Americans have cherished for centuries — Africa as a dream of our wholeness, greatness and self-realization.

 

A Bar Is A Bar, But A Tavern, That’s History


THERE are many places to have a beer in the state, and then there are taverns. In Connecticut, there is a legal distinction between a bar and a tavern. Bars can serve whatever you're having, includ

 

One Artist’s life-changing Morning Drink


Every day, instead of coffee, Ana Kras drinks a chai latte of adaptogenic herbs, an ancient way to fortify the body against maladies.

 

In Wine Country, Wildfires Take A Toll On Vintages And Tourism


Fatal fires that have devastated parts of Northern California this week engulfed several wineries and destroyed several hotels and restaurants.

 

How Cold Brew Changed The Coffee Business


The iced coffee drink has lifted the industry, creating enormous summertime demand for coffee and a whole new audience.

 

When Jack Daniel’s Failed To Honor A Slave, An Author Rewrote History


The whiskey maker backed away from a promise to acknowledge its debt to a black distiller — until Fawn Weaver swooped into town and took up the cause.

 
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View From The River Café: 40 Years Of Feasts And Firsts


This special-occasion restaurant on the East River in Brooklyn was in many ways a pioneer, yet its understated charm and elegant owner still thrive.

 

In New Orleans, A Tasteful Lodging In An Art Deco Gem


The nine-story Ace Hotel New Orleans boasts a bustling first-floor restaurant and lobby bar, a rooftop pool with striking views of the city skyline.

 

New C.d.c. Chief Saw Coca-cola As Ally In Obesity Fight


Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald said she would consider taking money from Coke for C.D.C. programs despite the agency’s having cut ties with the company in the past.

 

Allegra Goodman: By The Book


The author of “The Chalk Artist” admires Mary Garth in “Middlemarch”: “She is not only brave and witty, but totally sane. That’s hard to write. Madness is easy. A character with good sense

 
 
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