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ADDS GIRL, WASH YOUR FACE, NY FASHION WEEK-RIHANNA, NY FASHION WEEK-MARC JACOBS, GRAND CANYON-NORTH RIM and EGYPT-BRITAIN-TOURIST DEATHS
GIRL, WASH YOUR FACE — Rachel Hollis says the success of her million-selling book, “Girl, Wash Your Face,” won’t change who she is and how she dispenses advice. She says she still wants to be thought of by her tribe of fans as their girlfriend rather than a guru. By AP Entertainment Writer Leanne Italie. UPCOMING Friday: 1,000 words, photos and video.
THE NEW CONVENIENCE STORE — A new crop of niche stores aimed at millennials who can afford to pay more are featuring gluten-free and organic food as their staple products. By Kelli Kennedy. SENT Sunday: 900 words, photos.
LYME DISEASE-NEW ENGLAND — New England’s hot summer might be helping keep the ticks that carry Lyme disease at bay. Preliminary indicators show the disease abating, and public health authorities are finding fewer deer ticks, state officials and researchers said. By Patrick Whittle. SENT Sunday: 620 words, photos.
SKOREA-DUMPLING AUTOMATION — Move over pot stickers, here comes another Asian dumpling. South Korea’s largest food company is making a multimillion-dollar bet on “mandu,” developing its own machines to automate the normally labor-intensive production of the Korean dumpling and building factories around the world. By Technology Writer Youkyung Lee. UPCOMING: 500 words by 2 p.m. Tuesday, photos and video.
FOOD-COLUMN-ATK-TORTILLA SOUP — We wanted this light yet deeply flavorful soup to be a celebration of colors, tastes, and textures, overflowing with garnishes and tender shredded chicken, and a multicooker helped. By America’s Test Kitchen. UPCOMING: 700 words by 2 p.m. Monday, photos.
FOOD-COLUMN-ATK-PARMESAN FARROTTO — Italian farrotto is essentially a risotto-style dish made with farro in place of the usual Arborio rice. Although it is made with a similar method, farro’s more robust, nutty flavor gives the dish new dimension. By America’s Test Kitchen. UPCOMING: 500 words by 2 p.m. Monday, photos.
FOOD-COLUMN-ATK-PAN-ROASTED CHICKEN BREASTS WITH SHALLOT-THYME SAUCE — To develop a bone-in chicken breast recipe that produced moist meat, crisp skin, and a quick pan sauce, we turned to pan roasting, where the chicken is browned in a skillet and then slid, skillet and all, into a very hot oven to finish cooking. By America’s Test Kitchen. UPCOMING: 470 words by 2 p.m. Monday, photos.
FOOD-COLUMN-ATK-CRANBERRY-SOUR CREAM POUND CAKE — Pound cake is simple but elegant; it’s also incredibly rich. We thought tart cranberries and tangy sour cream would provide a welcome contrast to the buttery cake. By America’s Test Kitchen. UPCOMING: 580 words by 2 p.m. Monday, photos.
FOOD-COLUMN-ATK-COD IN SAFFRON BROTH WITH CHORIZO AND POTATOES — This Spanish-inspired seafood dish is a simple one-pot meal. Don’t like cod or can’t find a good piece? You can substitute halibut, sea bass or haddock. By America’s Test Kitchen. UPCOMING: 430 words by 2 p.m. Monday, photos.
FOOD-COLUMN-DEADLINE-LAMB STEW — Beef usually hogs the spotlight when it comes to stews, but there are plenty of other meats that can star in this quintessential cold weather comfort food. By Katie Workman. UPCOMING: 830 words by 2 p.m. Monday, photos.
FOOD-COLUMN-AMERICAN TABLE-BEER-CAN CHICKEN — With my beer-can chicken, the skin is crispy and burnished by the heat of the grill. But that’s not all — the chicken is tender, juicy and has a slightly smoky but pure chicken flavor that is accentuated by the steamed beer. By Elizabeth Karmel. UPCOMING Tuesday by 2 p.m.: 1,000 words, photos.
HOMES AND GARDENING:
GARDENING-PLANTING TREES — Fall is a good time to plant trees and shrubs — the best time in fact for most of them. Whether you buy them through the mail or locally, these plants are available in three ways: bare-root, balled-and-burlapped or container-grown. By Lee Reich. UPCOMING: 630 words by 2 p.m. Tuesday, photos.
HOMES-OUTDOOR THEATER — Technology has made it much easier to put a home theater — a TV or a projector — in your backyard for a viewing party. By Melissa Kossler Dutton. UPCOMING: 600 words by 2 p.m. Tuesday, photos.
HOMES-THE BIG SUPERMAKET SHOP — Fall is in the air, which means it’s time to get our schedules back in shape. One way to maintain some semblance of order in your home is to master The Big Supermarket Shop. Don’t be intimidated by the idea of a big weekly food shop. Some pointers. By Katie Workman. UPCOMING: 500 words by 2 p.m. Tuesday, photos.
TROPICAL WEATHER — Communities along the Southeastern coast buttoned up against the onslaught of Hurricane Florence as forecasters Wednesday warned that the monster storm could hesitate just offshore for days — punishing a longer stretch of coastline harder than previously feared — before pushing inland over the weekend. By Jonathan Drew. Developing, photos and video.
GRAND CANYON-NORTH RIM — Dwindling snowfall at the Grand Canyon’s North Rim is prompting tourism prompters to lobby for expanding the visiting season for tourists. By Felicia Fonseca. SENT Tuesday: 880 words, photos.
ASIA-STORM — One of Japan’s busiest airports remained closed indefinitely, a day after the strongest typhoon to hit Japan in 25 years flooded a runway, toppled huge cranes, flipped cars on their side, damaged historic shrines and caused at least 11 deaths as it swept across part of Japan’s main island. By Mari Yamaguchi. SENT: 700 words, photos.
GEORGIA-CABLE CAR — The lattice of rusted, battered cable cars that hang hundreds of feet above the Georgian city of Chiatura provide one of the world’s scariest commutes to work or shopping. UPCOMING Monday by 2 p.m.: 170 words, photo package and video.
EGYPT-BRITAIN-TOURIST DEATHS — Tests showed that e.coli bacteria were behind the death of two British tourists in a hotel in Egypt’s Red Sea resort of Hurghada, the country’s chief prosecutor said on Wednesday. By Samy Magdy. SENT Wednesday: 460 words, photo.
NY FASHION WEEK-RIHANNA — Rihanna and her Savage x Fenty lingerie and loungewear line will be presented Wednesday at New York Fashion Week. By Leanne Italie. UPCOMING: 450 words by 11:30 p.m., photos.
NY FASHION WEEK-MARC JACOBS — The always celebrity-studded Marc Jacobs show at New York Fashion Week will be held at the Park Avenue Armory on Wednesday night. By National Writer Jocelyn Noveck. UPCOMING: 450 words by 9 p.m., photos.
NY FASHION WEEK-OPENING CEREMONY — Opening Ceremony, the label that always seems to find quirkier and more unusual ways to display its clothes during New York Fashion Week, upped the ante on Sunday with a festive drag show, featuring a surprise guest performance by Christina Aguilera and a front-row appearance by Nicki Minaj. By National Writer Jocelyn Noveck. SENT: 360 words, photos.
NY FASHION WEEK-BADGLEY MISCHKA — Badgley Mischka celebrated 30 years in business with a New York Fashion Week ode to Alice in Wonderland. By Gina Abdy. SENT: 275 words, photos, video.
NY FASHION WEEK-LONGCHAMP — Sophie Delafontaine had tastemakers Anita Pallenberg and Veruschka on her mind when she was figuring out how to celebrate the 70th year of her family’s business, Longchamp, at New York Fashion Week. By Gina Abdy. SENT: 350 words, photos, video.
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:
GENERAL LIFESTYLES: GROWING UP DIGITAL-TECH BACKLASH-NOW AND THEN, MENNONITES-URBAN HORSEMEN, CALIFORNIA BRIDGE-SEISMIC SENSORS
FOOD: FOOD AND FARM-MAINE BLUEBERRIES, FOOD-COLUMN-ATK-BAKED ZITI WITH SAUSAGE AND BROCCOLI RABE, FOOD-COLUMN-ATK-ONE-PAN CHICKEN WITH KALE AND BUTTERNUT SQUASH, FOOD-COLUMN-ATK-LASAGNA WITH RAGU ALLA BOLOGNESE, FOOD-COLUMN-ATK-QUICK CHEESE BREAD, FOOD-COLUMN-ATK-RASPBERRY JAM, FOOD-COLUMN-KITCHENWISE-BLUEBERRY STREUSEL TART, FOOD-COLUMN-DEADLINE-KOREAN CHICKEN TENDERS
HOMES AND GARDENING: GARDENING-FALL PLANTING, HOMES-DESIGNER-READING NOOKS, HOMES-RIGHT-NATURE TOYS
TRAVEL: LOUISIANA FILM TRAIL, VACATION RENTALS-NEW ORLEANS, POLAR BEAR TOURISM, EMIRATES-SALVATOR-MUNDI
SPECIAL EDITIONS CALENDAR:
Sept. 4: Cars
Oct. 2: Pursuits
Nov. 13 — Holidays
Dec. 4 — Weddings