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Satisfying, tasty and quick, a grilled cheese is a weeknight staple for a reason. But the cooks at Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street use a couple tricks to spruce it up from an after-school kids’ treat into a meal an adult would love.
After several quiet weeks in movie theaters, four films entered wide release over the weekend. “PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie” came out the top dog, with $23 million in ticket sales, according to studio estimates Sunday.
This week’s new entertainment releases include an album by Drake and another by Reba McEntire playing acoustic covers, the corporate thriller “Fair Play” starring Phoebe Dynevor from “Bridgerton,” and “Jane the Virgin” scene-stealer Jaime Camil hosts a new game show on CBS called “Lotería Loca.”
When Yared Markos moved to London a quarter century ago, he didn’t see any Ethiopian coffee shops. Now, there are more than a dozen all over a city where tea, coffee’s counterpart, has been a staple for centuries.
The legal fights between Disney and Gov. Ron DeSantis ratcheted up this week. The Florida governor asked that the company’s First Amendment lawsuit against him be tossed from federal court.
The looming government shutdown threatens to claw its way into a crowd-pleasing Alaska tradition: Fat Bear Week.
Head Start programs serving more than 10,000 disadvantaged children would immediately lose federal funding if the government shutdown isn’t averted.
It started as a crude sketch of a circle with a stick person inside. Seven years later, that drawing has been made real.
iHeartRadio has unveiled its star-studded 2023 Jingle Ball lineup, including performances by Olivia Rodrigo, Usher, Nicki Minaj, SZA, Niall Horan, and Jelly Roll.
Flashes of intrigue greeted guests at Loewe’s meticulously designed space for Paris Fashion Week. Bright, other-worldly lighting brightened a dove-gray runway where gold modernist sculptures by American artist Lynda Benglis were scattered as if dropped by a fashion divinity.
Gates will be locked and thousands of rangers will be furloughed from national park sites if Congress doesn’t reach a budget agreement.
A new animal welfare law in Spain outlaws the use of animals for recreational activities that cause them pain and suffering but allows bullfights and hunting with dogs.
Many millions of Chinese tourists are expected to travel within their country, splurging on hotels, tours, attractions and meals in a boost to the economy during the 8-day autumn holiday period that began Friday.
United Airlines is making changes for passengers with wheelchairs after a government investigation into a complaint by a disability-rights advocate.
Designer Gabriela Hearst marked her farewell from Chloé with a jubilant dance alongside Rio’s samba school Mangueira, showcasing a collection emphasizing modernity and femininity.
A Phillies fan and his emotional support alligator were denied entrance to watch Philadelphia host Pittsburgh.
In the middle of the Atacama Desert, in northern Chile, the colors and patterns of Aymara textiles are inspired by the land that is considered sacred.
The centuries-old card game of bridge is being played at the Asian Games. Esports, chess, and bridge are among the so-called mind sports with full medal status at the two-week long, multi-sports event with more than 12,000 participants.
The Senate has voted to reverse an informal guidance issued by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer last week that senators could wear what they want when voting or speaking in the chamber.
Paris is a city where motor vehicles have long been king. But now, it’s seeing rivers of cyclists. And with biking hitting record numbers, so too have come bike-lane traffic jams.