Category Archives: Lifestyle

05May/21

Dairy is Out. Extra Virgin Olive Oil is In. Wildgood Non-Dairy Ice Cream Launches Nationally

Wildgood, a plant-based ice cream and the first non-dairy frozen dessert made with extra virgin olive oil, can now be delivered directly to consumers’ doors. Starting today, the brand is offering nationwide shipping (with the exception of AK and HI) for orders placed on Wildgood.com. This expansion comes on the heels of a successful grocery store roll-out in select stores across the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic region earlier this spring. Continue reading

05May/21

Tip A Cup To Suzhou’s Tea Culture Virtually As Part Of #SecretsOfSuzhou Social Media Program

The ancient city of Suzhou is celebrating its rich tea culture by inviting social media followers on a journey through the sprawling tea fields that produce Biluochun, one of China’s most prized teas. The art of producing Biluochun has been recognized as an Intangible Cultural Heritage on a national level Continue reading

02May/21

AAFA Names 2021 American Image Awards Honorees, Celebrating Fashion’s Future

Today the American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA) announces its American Image Award honorees to be celebrated virtually on June 21, 2021. Celebrating Fashion’s Future, the 2021 honorees exemplify leadership, excellence, and outstanding achievement in all sectors of the apparel and footwear industry, including design, manufacturing, and retail. Continue reading

18Apr/21

WORTH Partnership Project At Fuorisalone: When Collaboration, Innovation And Sustainability Meet And Make Design Competitive

On the occasion of the 2021 edition of Fuorisalone Digital, WORTH Partnership Project presents “CREATIVITY”, a series of videos dealing with the hottest topics of design between circular economy, craftsmanship 4.0 and social inclusion. Each video will introduce to the public some of the 64 winning projects realised thanks to Europe’s largest creative incubator. Continue reading

Scholar-Activist and Award-winning Playwright-Actress to Address Classes of 2020 and 2021 During Spelman College Commencement Activities

A political activist who is known internationally for her ongoing work to combat all forms of oppression in the U.S. and abroad and the first African woman writer to have a play on Broadway, will address graduates during Spelman College’s commencement celebrations for the classes of 2020 and 2021 in separate, in-person ceremonies on May 16, 2021. Continue reading