When it comes to museums, Mallorcan artist Bernardi Roig prefers stairs and hallways to gallery walls. “For me, the least interesting place in a museum is its walls,” he says. “There, you will always find what you expect.” For his first show at the Phillips Collection, Roig scattered six eerie white sculptures where you would […]
The best part of Mark Will-Weber's new book, “Mint Juleps with Teddy Roosevelt: The Complete History of Presidential Drinking,” is the anecdotes. We asked Will-Weber to share some of his favorites in trivia form.
If participants want to shave seconds off their time at this point, they’ll have to focus on what they’re wearing, how they’re sleeping and what they’re eating. Or, maybe they can try one of these additional options that are out there (and a little out-there).
Maybe you’ve heard a certain myth: Greek cuisine is all gyros and meaty moussaka. Not true, says Greek cookbook author Aglaia Kremezi. Her new book celebrates the vegetarian heritage of the Mediterranean.