Today in why-is-this-thing-real news, we have party cups made of Jell-O.
Rachel Botsman, coauthor of a book on collaborative consumption, details a 21st century economy rising up to take advantage of all our unused stuff.
Over the past year, I've had terrific meals at unique, local-minded restaurants from Austin to Seattle. The holiday lull has given me the chance to write paeans to my faves.
A "luxury condominium for chickens" can be yours for only $3,500 ... making each dozen eggs cost you, uh, about $57.
Documentary 'The Whale' is supposed to be released in summer 2011, but will it meet the same fate as Ryan Reynolds and Scarlett Johansson's marriage?
The year of a spilled-oil atrocity, Russian spies, and a psychic octopus is at an end. So is the decade. Now what? Lose weight, make more money? How about this for a New Year’s resolution: to have a year full of solutions? Ask Umbra shares her solutions and asks to hear yours.
Gloria Steinem says men need to be nurturing parents. "Men who raise children are much less likely to insist on having too many," she argues.
Just in time for the holiday cooking marathon, my spare side-by-side refrigerator conked out. Here's why I won't be replacing it.
There's an emerging environmental movement among faith-based communities in the U.S., but still considerable disagreement about climate change.