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This “Beautiful” $1 Dollar Tree Kitchen Gem Will Instantly Transform Your Pantry

We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. All prices were accurate at the time of publishing. Does your pantry give you anxiety every time you open it? Trust us, we get it. While we love to look at well organized pantries with sparkling glass jars […]

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Arts First to kick off biggest festival yet

Arts First, Harvard’s annual festival showcasing campus creativity, kicks off its biggest year yet on Wednesday featuring five days of concerts, plays, dance performances, visual art displays, and more. Making this year’s celebration particularly poignant is the announcement that the Office for the Arts’ longtime leader — director Jack Megan — will step down on

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The $4 Pretty IKEA Glass Goblets That Shoppers Are Clearing Off the Shelves

We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. All prices were accurate at the time of publishing. If you’ve needed an excuse to upgrade your drinkware to something a little more classic for when you have guests over, then you’re going to want to run over

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The Best Bacon I’ve Ever Tasted In My Entire Life Is from Pigs Raised on … Leftover Lifesavers and Country Music?!

Michele Metych Michele is an encyclopedia editor, a chef, an urban farmer, and a chicken keeper. As the Heritage Gourmet, her passion and borderline obsession is integrating old-school farm-to-table techniques with modern life. She has grown and milled her own wheat, made huitlacoche quesadillas with homegrown corn smut, and recreated George Washington’s eggnog — all

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The Housekeeping Rule That’s Kept My Family’s Kitchen Drawers Spotless for More Than 75 Years

Shifrah Combiths With five children, Shifrah is learning a thing or two about how to keep a fairly organized and pretty clean house with a grateful heart in a way that leaves plenty of time for the people who matter most. Shifrah grew up in San Francisco, but has come to appreciate smaller town life

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How to untangle ethics of psychedelics for therapeutic care

There’s a telling paradox emerging in the world of treatment with psychedelics, according to Christine Hauskeller. In the past, doctors would be concerned if patients said they were hearing voices and seeing spirits. But now, it may be the doctors themselves who are responsible for those hallucinations. “We use and induce states of what we

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Three will receive 2024 Harvard Medal

The Harvard Alumni Association has announced that Scott A. Abell ’72, Katherine N. Lapp, and M. Lee Pelton, Ph.D. ’84, will receive the 2024 Harvard Medal. First awarded in 1981, the Harvard Medal recognizes extraordinary service to the University in areas that include teaching, fundraising, leadership, innovation, administration, and volunteerism. Alumni, former faculty and staff, and members

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I Tested Nearly a Dozen Berry Containers — These Are the Best Ones for Making Your Produce Last

We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. All prices were accurate at the time of publishing. Fresh berries are a grocery list staple in my household. We keep berries of all kinds in our kitchen year-round — they’re great in smoothies and as yogurt toppers. I

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I Can’t Stop Raving About This Top-Tier Meat Delivery Service (I Scored You an Exclusive Discount!)

The Kitchn received compensation for this post, which was written and edited independently by our editorial team. I’m not ashamed to say it: I love eating meat. Braised beef, smoked ribs, roasted chicken, fried fish — I’m game for pretty much anything and everything when it comes to meat, and strolling into a butcher shop

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