A roundup of who’s been hired, fired or maybe just jumped ship in media land over the past few weeks.
This is the first time the Vogue editor in chief and Condé Nast chief content officer has publicly commented on the controversial cover.
Support the Black community by patronizing any one (or all!) of these Black-owned restaurants. From Woman's Day
"As the pandemic continues to change our daily lives, we are relentlessly focused on addressing the needs of both local businesses and consumers by providing helpful and up-to-date information during these uncertain times."
The update is meant to help customers be confident when dining out.
Candlelit dinner for two, anyone?From Good Housekeeping
"DJs gonna start saying 'If you had a birthday during Quarantine make some mf noise.'"
Get a set in every color.
"It's your call."
A new restaurant order hack is going viral on TikTok — and earning plenty of praise from the service industry. The simple, money-saving solution comes courtesy of user Leigh Beez. In a clip that’s already drawn more than 200,000 views, the TikToker explains why you should bulk-order sauce from your favorite restaurants. The simple-but-savvy hack saves money, and helps support local businesses. For example, instead of buying a bottle of salad dressing from the grocery store, why not get it cheaper from your favorite dinner spot?. The clip drew plenty of praise online, especially from restaurant employees. “I’m not gonna lie, as a restaurant employee, this is brilliant,” one user wrote. The TikToker has bought salsa, enchilada sauce, hummus, tzatziki, ramen broth, . pickles, hot sauce, barbecue sauce and ranch dressing from restaurants
A new restaurant order hack is going viral on TikTok — and earning plenty of praise from the service industry.
In this excerpt from their new book "Black, White, and The Grey," Mashama Bailey and John Morisano describe an event that defined their complicated partnership.