What did we learn reading Texture this week? 1) The proper way to ghost. 2) Bowls, the dish, not the football event, are having a moment–with breakfast cuppas, poké lunches and deep dish dinners that will have even the pickiest eaters asking for more. 3) That Mother Jones has cracked the case of Wonderful Pistachios, which consumes more of the drought-stricken California’s water than any other family, farm, or company. 4) Where people go when they get bored in Ibiza. 5) What it takes to be more productive at work and in life.
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—Maggie M., Texture Editorial Director
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Valery Spiridonov’s brain is sharp, but the rest of him is dying. If only his could be transplanted onto a new, healthy body. Turns out, he knows a guy.
Reporter Michael Paterniti admits it was a perverse assignment: To visit the sites of the 14 mass shootings that occurred in the span of 10 days late last fall. He delivers a haunting portrait of what happens when the cameras withdraw and a nation denies its own culpability.
How two guys named Björn (one of whom is the super trooper from ABBA) are angling to turn Sweden into the world’s first cashless country.
The curviest Kardashian reveals how she lost 35 pounds and became a healthy-body champion. Haters be…envious.
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