Eve Andrews

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Living

Can you have kids and still be a good person?

The latest episode of "The Adaptors" looks into a question that most people think about but few like to talk about.

matters of flesh

Why does meat have to be manly?

The concept of "clean eating" is actually pretty messy, especially for women.

Living

On “True Detective,” public transit riders have it even worse than usual

Nothing adds insult to bus-riding injury like being run over by an SUV.

Living

This video game will make you care about crumbling urban infrastructure

What could be scarier than playing a structural engineer facing down collapsing bridges and backed-up sewers?

Green Screen

“True Detective” wants to remind us that sometimes L.A. is just the worst

The third episode of this blighted season delves into the parts of the city that are far, far uglier than freeways and industrial pollution.

Food

Happy Canada Day! There are needles in my potato

Who could be planting needles in Canadian potatoes? Those goddamn, water-loving environmentalists are suspected!

Living

Mary Iverson makes climate change paintings that are actually cool

The Seattle artist chats about what's really so appealing about shipping containers, and why we need more women in art.

Green Screen

“True Detective” makes us wonder: Is Los Angeles totally unlovable?

In the new season of "True Detective," the city of Los Angeles is as dirty and soulless as its flawed protagonists.

Living

“The Last Survivors” is drought’s worst-case scenario — and it looks pretty bad

If your post-apocalyptic future involves the worst of water-privatization and hand-to-hand combat, you know you're really in for it.