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Kate Silver

Kate Silver is an award-winning freelance writer and editor with more than a decade of journalism experience. Based in Chicago, she specializes in features, health, food and travel stories for print publications and websites. Her work has appeared in the Washington Post, Men's Health, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times, Southwest Airline's Spirit Magazine and many other outlets.

Stories by Kate Silver

Taking a cooking class abroad provides the ultimate vacation souvenir.
As more minorities have plastic surgery, we're seeing how skin color shapes our aesthetic outlook.
Yoga is an unregulated industry. Unlike doctors, lawyers and accountants, there are no state or national governing boards that set standards for yoga...
How the bright, sparkly, pink, blue, green and gold metallic Christmas tree is a part of my family tree
January is fast approaching, and yoga studios everywhere are gearing up for the first-of-the-year rush. According to Lynn Burgess, founder and...
From Puking Kitty Saucy Boats to bacon embryo ornaments, we’ve got your most eclectic friends and family members covered with these unique Christmas...
Check out these swapping sites and events that allow for exchange of new-to-you products for free (or nearly).
Searching for the perfect gift this holiday season? Visit these Websites to find a present with a social impact.
Before picking up that martini, download these drunken dialing/texting apps.
From the Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast Museum to the hotel that inspired "The Shining," these destinations are something to scream about.
When ‘splitting the bill’ isn’t an even split, group dining can feel like competitive eating.
Pro cyclist Robin Farina details how to get in shape cycling while participating in a bike-share program.
Art, food and juggalos fill a weekend getaway to Motor City.
From epicurean adventures to creativity with carrion, gastronauts won’t go hungry at these degustation destinations.
The key is confidence, preparation—and maybe a touch of flower power.

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