The Best Suburban Brunch Spots Outside of Boston

Tuck into midday meals starring seafood, ube-coconut pancakes, and more—just a short drive from the city. Devoted foodies and restaurant newbies love The Feed. Sign-up now for our twice weekly newsletter. Nomai’s koji fried chicken with ginger-green scallion sauce, slaw, and Hainanese rice. / Photo by Rachel Leah Blumenthal Brunch is basically a vacation of … Read more

telecommuting is redefining life in Mexico City

How good it is to live in the leafy neighborhoods of Condesa or Roma, in Mexico City: we have a coffee organic (“organic”), we go to the delicatessen which sells oats from fair-trade agriculture; while two streets away, a beautiful French bakery offers its terrace, on which Westerners are seated connected to their laptops. July, … Read more


WORDS AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY MONICA KASS ROGERS I often hum in the kitchen, especially when the meal prep is for a special family gathering. During the holidays, it’s usually some sprightly jingle. But for this delicious pork loin dish, with parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme all fragrantly present, the tune had to be Simon & … Read more

Forget labels – AI is the future of healthy eating, expert says –

The EU should move on from ‘outdated’ debates over front-of-pack labeling and instead focus on tailor-made technological solutions for the future of nutrition, experts told a recent panel – but critics say this privileges only the richest in society. The European Commission is expected to put forward its proposal for an EU-wide nutritional labeling system … Read more

Countdown to Christmas: Activities, events, gifts to buy and more | City Desk

As they days draw closer to Dec. 25, there are countless activities, events, gifts to buy and chores to wrap up. As we count down the days, here are some ideas for how to revel in all that is the holiday season in Tulsa. Tulsa Air and Space Museum’s Santa Fly-in. Courtesy 1. Santa Claus … Read more

Congressional Leaders Pledge Action to Avert Rail Strike; Mexico’s Planned Ban on US GMO Corn Imports Percolates, While US Wheat Condition in Focus

Lauren Kaori Gurley reported on the front page of today’s Washington Post that, “Democratic leaders vowed to take up legislation to force a rail contract deal early Wednesdaydespite objections from union members — and some in their own caucus — who raised concerns that the plan would not provide any paid sick days for workers. … Read more

EU academia accepts Chinese money in return for know-how –

The Capitals brings you the latest news from across Europe, through on-the-ground reporting by EURACTIV’s media network. You can subscribe to the newsletter here. The European news you deserve to read. Welcome to The Capitals by EURACTIV. Today’s edition is powered by CPK Railway Direction Days 2023 – development of HS rail in CEE International … Read more