While onstage at the Glastonbury Festival, Johnny Depp channelled his inner John Wilkes Booth and mused to the crowd, “When was the last time an actor assassinated a president?
We just got a first glimpse of the upcoming ESPN The Magazine's BODY Issue, and it's safe to say that it's been worth the year-long wait.
We've all been there: out of breath, over it, and ready to throw in our gym towels and never look back.
Look, zucchini is delicious on its own, but did you know you can make BROWNIES with it? Seriously. This versatile veggie can create endless recipes, whether you've got a sweet tooth or a hankering for some zoodles.
I recently sat down with DIAKADI personal trainer Liz Letchford, MS, ATC (and PhD candidate!), and lamented about how sore I was after a recent Megaformer class.
Name a food you love, and chances are you can find a high-protein variety. Chips? They've made 'em. Waffles?
I’m always boggled by how little understanding so many Republicans seem to have of abortion issues. Between letting the church crash the state’s party with the whole “life begins at conception” thing and Mike Pence wanting to force women to throw funerals for their miscarriages and abortions, it’s clear that this group of almost exclusively white men have no idea what’s actually entailed in the personal experience or medical physiology of pregnancy.
Whether you're a workout junkie or not, chances are you know damn well how much of a struggle it is to keep your ponytail in tact all day - especially while exercising.
I always liked the feeling of being covered. How small I felt under a ballooned sweatshirt or an oversize t-shirt.
The treadmill is great and all, but if you really want to work that booty, the incline isn't gonna cut it.
Grab your short shorts, your Daisy Dukes, your hot pants - whatever you choose to call them. You're going to want to show off your shapely gams after doing this workout.
It's the Oprah diet (she lost 42 pounds and counting!) and the diet your aunt goes to her weekly meetings for.
Over the last five months (sweet Christmas, how has it only been five months?), Sean Spicer and the rest of the White House team have made a number of attempts to get around that whole pesky “free & independent press” thing.
At one point in Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, a rape victim is surrounded by other women ritually chanting that the rape was her own fault.
It's T-minus seven days to your swimsuit-clad vacation, and you haven't accomplished any of the healthy goals you had in mind when you booked.
Just a few short years ago, I was struggling quite a bit with body-positivity and trying to be healthy.
Anyone that's ever tried to diet - or at least eat healthier - knows that the struggle to find foods that are both healthy and flavorful is real.
Turkey can be added to a veggie salad, piled high between two slices of sprouted whole-grain bread, or included in your morning omelet - and that's a good thing.
A few weeks after the election of Donald Trump, 75 community members signed up for a listening event in East Williamsburg.
We all have those horrifying recurring dreams that intermittently bubble up from time to time, leaving us panicked and drenched in sweat at 2 a.m.