Where we talk to a “Waltons” star, examine Ferrari color directives, chart the price of bones, install an outdoor shower, try to find a clean hotel, resolve to lose weight, and debunk the “caveman regimen.”
Entertainment + Celebs
When “The Waltons” premiered on September 14, 1972, Michael Learned thought a TV drama about a Depression-era family living in Virginia’s rural Blue Ridge Mountains wouldn’t survive past season one.
Food + Drink
Foodies are driving up the price of marrow-laden bones that farmers used to practically give away.
Cars + Trucks
What would Mary Kay say?
House + Home
We already grow our food outside, cook outside, eat outside, play outside and even sleep outside. So why not shower outside?
Travel + Outdoors
When you’re booking your next hotel stay, you may want to look past the star ratings and have a gander at the cost and reviews.
Fitness + Wellness
I honestly can’t remember a time when I wasn’t consumed by thoughts of food.
Style + Beauty
Several years ago, a strange beauty trend called the “caveman regimen” began circulating on the internet: Proponents claimed that following the regimen — which involved avoiding all skincare products — was the key to avoiding acne.