Reader responses to last week’s Intentional Summer challenge included ice cream made with beer, a cabbage sorbet and a politically minded family holding an “ice cream nominating convention.”
The car is packed, the pets have sitters and the GPS is programmed. But have you properly prepped your children’s devices?
Protect young children’s delicate skin by shielding them from the sun, instead of relying on sunscreen.
If you remember late suburban nights playing flashlight tag or Ghost in the Graveyard under the streetlights, this one’s for you.
These refreshing summer dishes include two kinds of escabeche. You can cook fish like sardines, petrale sole and Pacific cod, then allow it to cool and serve it with a robust sauce or a marinade.
Make outdoor activity a family priority this summer
Stand-up work stations and treadmills fitted with a desktop are gaining in popularity because of what we now know about movement helping us focus, burn calories and contribute to our health. Parents need to be realistic in their expectations for how …
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Ideas gathered for Lied Center expansion
"I think the biggest need we've seen is a bigger exercise room," said Pullen, "where we have our treadmills and our weights. That's the main thing that I can see from this survey." Design team members are expected to release a final report sometime …
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Building physically active communities
Members of the Cambridge Wellness Collaborative set out to create a local, affordable fitness facility, and thanks to a $ 37,000 grant and additional donations, have been able to purchase treadmills, upright and recumbent bikes, and new flooring. The …
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This week, the Recipes for Health columnist Martha Rose Shulman offers a refreshing take on the taco, beginning with two delicious summer salsas.