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How to Whip up Some Great—and Great for You—Matcha

Eat This BY christina pellegrini 07/26/2016
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Three years ago, jeweler, potter, and artist Elana Noy considered coffee her lifeblood (sound familiar?). But after half a lifetime knocking back lattes and red eyes, the effects went from amazing to ugly. "I started working as a barista when I was 25, and my usual two cups a day turned into about five. I actually started feeling sick," she remembers. Reluctantly, she gave up her daily java - "I accepted the fact that I would living a sad, tired life," Elana says. "Then I found matcha." Turns out, the powdered, jade green tea has a respectable 70 milligrams of caffeine (to coffee's 100 milligrams) and contains an amino acid that slows the release - meaning the jolt is jitter-free. So, let's have her show us how to make some, yah? READ MORE
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Couple Up: Martha Plimpton and River Phoenix

Couple Up BY liz 07/25/2016
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There's something nostalgic about a heat wave - maybe because the best ways to beat them involve eatin' popsicles, jumping into some cool body of water, and, for me, re-watching movies like Stand By Me and The Goonies. Another send-up to the stickiest season: commemorating the totally on-point style of River Phoenix and Martha Plimpton, two of those movies' stars who had a thing going on in real life. READ MORE

7 Movies That Are as Scary as They Are Visually Stunning

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Jewelry designer Claire Lowe has loved horror movies since she accidentally watched The Shining at age seven. "My mom shut it down really fast, but I thought it was the most amazing thing I'd ever seen," she laughs. Instead of making her afraid to sleep forever, the mishap ignited a lifelong love of the scary stuff - the more beautiful and weird, the better. We asked her to put on her Ebert hat (Scream mask?) and share six that will fill your nightmares - and your mood boards! READ MORE
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The Spicy, Avocado-Heavy Ceviche Anyone Can Make

Eat This BY liz 07/21/2016
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Erica Peterson's been experimenting with her own recipes since way back, but her improvisational skills have improved since the early days. Now, the jewelry designer deftly turns out her own signature take on ceviche, snapping up whatever fish is freshest at her Brooklyn farmers' market. "There's nothing traditional about this - it's more like a ceviche guacamole," she explains. Plus, there's a built-in hour of chilling time - something we could all use. READ MORE

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