Chef Diana Dávila Made Free Food for Families in Response to COVID-19
The Mi Tocaya Antojería chef explains how a neighborhood partnership reminded her and her staff what it means to be part of a community.
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'Eat Bitter' Is a Zine About the Journey From Hardship to Sweetness
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A Deep Dive Into the 'Gentrification Font'
According to a popular Twitter meme, sleek sans serif numbers are now the official look of neighborhood change.
The Beautiful Chaos of Messy Instagram Cakes
Experimental cakes made by hobbyist bakers are freeing us from the perfection of "Instagram food."
Celebrities Ruin Every Platform
Forget Raya—I dream about an exclusive internet club only for unrecognizable nobodies.
The Handmade Rug Scene is Booming, Thanks to TikTok
Once thought of as a hobby for older women, rug making is cooler than ever as young makers on TikTok get creative with tufting guns.
How a Joke Twitter T-Shirt Exposes a Frustration Many Asian Women Share
Asian women are tired of hearing about your Asian wife—and a simple T-shirt design has made the discussion viral.
The Peculiar Pandemic Appeal of Fish Flip-Flops
Like tie-dye, roller skates, and the "strawberry dress," fish-shaped flip-flops have become an unexpected new shopping trend.
A Canadian Brewer Accidentally Named Their New Beer 'Pubic Hair' in Māori
Canada's Hell's Basement thought 'Huruhuru' was the te reo Māori word for "feather." Colloquially, the word means... pubes.
Browsing for Apartments I Don’t Need Is the Escapism I Look Forward To
In the middle of a pandemic, the weekly Listings Project newsletter gives me a reliable source of daydream fodder.
I Want This TikTok Grandma to Teach Me Everything About Food
'Cooking With Lynja' is the best thing to come out of quarantine.
The Last Good Thing About Offices Was the Free Food
The old days of eating free leftover pizza of unknown provenance are behind us. RIP.