John Rivera Sedlar opens Eloisa, a culinary homage to his grandmother — and the other ladies in his life.
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San Francisco’s coolest barber shares what he uses to shave at home.
You say Philly, but I say Pitt! Now don’t get me wrong: I love Philadelphia. It’s a really rad city. And as a Pennsylvanian, I’m stoked that the dining scene there has been receiving so much positive attention as of late. Not only is it well deserved; it was long overdue.
However, I think it’s time to shift the spotlight to the western part of my home state. While Pittsburgh has already established itself as a hub for technology, culture and sports — go Penguins! — it’s also quickly becoming a destination for people who take their food seriously. From negroni-spiked salami to an impossibly rich vegan red-velvet cake, there are countless ways to taste everything the Steel City has to offer. Here, I share five places to eat really well in Pittsburgh.
Here, we cover some of the biggest grooming issues you didn’t have to deal with until your thirties, and how to tackle them with grace and ease. Much like the gentleman you’re well on your way to becoming.
How to look good without pulling out a mascara wand.
Like the Berlin of years ago, it has an undeniable energy and pull. Liverpool still feels slightly rough around the edges – which is a great thing, in our eyes – and has plenty to offer the art buff, music fanatic, and epicurean. If you know where to look. Here, our guide on how to make the most of your next visit to Liverpool.
Ed Chai and Paul Birardi saw a serious gap in the menswear market in 2005, and they decided to bridge it by opening their store Odin New York.
From Juvéderm for your tired eyes, to Illumiwave for your hair loss and CoolSculpting for your love handles, these quick fixes could change your life.