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Water

  1. lip service
    Clarins Made 4 Vibrant New Lip StainsThey’re supposed to last for up to 300 kisses.
  2. Cape Town’s Water Crisis Should Be a Warning to the WorldMajor cities running dry are a predictable consequence of climate change, population growth, and poor water management.
  3. Donald Trump Pulls a Rubio and Gulps From a Big-Boy Bottle of WaterThe president’s thirst is real.
  4. lunchtime buy
    How to Make a Plain Old Glass of Water Taste FancyThe supplement for water haters.
  5. water
    The Everything Guide to Bottled WaterAssessing the latest options in the H20 aisle — alkaline, boxed, Ice Age–era. Plus: A tasting with Adam Platt.
  6. Hey Hillary, Have You Tried Seltzer?It seems Hillary Clinton has an aversion to hydration.
  7. wellness theories
    Cameron Diaz on Water, Aging, and Those Body-Hair Comments “Aging really is your responsibility.”
  8. Chill Kiwi Study Finds That ‘Blue Spaces’ Make City Life More BearableWater is magic.
  9. As America’s Largest Reservoir Hits Record Low, a Dam Debate ReturnsNow that the Colorado River basin’s water supply is drying up, should we consider undoing some of America’s greatest engineering feats?
  10. The Mountain From Game of Thrones Has His Own Bottled-Water Brand NowDrink Heavy Water, get swole.
  11. 30 Newark Schools Shut Down Their Lead-Contaminated Drinking Fountains While Schumer proposes $100 million for New York schools to do their own testing. 
  12. Michigan Gives Flint Residents $30 Million to Pay Water BillsThe money will pay for clean water through April.
  13. Troops to Aid City That’s Gone Months Without Drinkable Tap Water, in AmericaThe National Guard heads to Flint, where 99,000 Americans have been drinking tainted tap water for months.
  14. watergate
    Is Any Water Better for You Than Tap?Assessing the new crop of “enhanced” waters.
  15. This Is Happening
    This Coffee Shop Just Introduced a Water Tasting MenuThere are notes of calcium and zinc.
  16. at the beach
    What Makes a Great Bathing Suit? A handful of swimmers and sunbathers showed us the suits they love most.
  17. News You Can Booze
    Anheuser-Busch Stopped Making Beer to Bottle Water for Flood VictimsThe company just shipped 50,000 cans of drinking water to Texas and Oklahoma.
  18. the sour truth
    Can Lemon Water Really Help You Lose Weight?Celebrities swear by it.
  19. Environment
    California’s New Regulation Requires Customers to Request WaterServers cannot automatically bring it out with menus.
  20. icymi
    Read All of Our Brain Dead Fortnight Stories in One PlaceHighlights from the L.L. Bean comments section, our vocal-fry supercut, celebrity sock lines, and much, much more.
  21. brain-dead fortnight
    33 Celebrities on Drinking Water“So boring, yet so simple.”
  22. Ohio Declares State of Emergency Over Unsafe Tap Water The stuff coming out of faucets in Toledo seems to have been contaminated with toxins.  
  23. male gaze
    Male Gaze: A Summer Surfer for Your Winter BluesA heart of gold in this one.
  24. West Virginia Is Gradually Getting Its Tap Water BackBut it’s going to take days.
  25. 300,000 People in West Virginia Haven’t Been Able to Use Tap Water for DaysBecause of a chemical spill.
  26. Best Bet: Soma Glass Water FilterComplete with a compostable filter made of biodegradable coconut-shell carbon.
  27. Sponsorships
    Aly Raisman Will Be the Face of Poland SpringThe Needham Olympian has liquid assets.
  28. Potent Potables
    California Taps May Be Pouring Something Even Worse Than Treated Waste WaterTwo environmental groups are suing the state’s Department of Public Health over failing to set a satndard for carcinogenic chromium-6, made famous by Erin Brokovich.
  29. East Village
    Would You Like Some Water With That Water?Whatddup, water-only café.
  30. Mediavore
    Thyroid Treatments Blamed For Philly’s Radioactive Water; Starbucks MashesPlus: The Quaker Oats dude is getting a makeover; and the U.S. nixes plans to send food to North Korea, all in our morning news roundup.
  31. Mediavore
    N.J. Gives Revel the Go-Ahead; Is Chocolate the Key to Staying Thin?Plus: Alicia Silverstone chews her baby’s food; and children may be harvesting our food here in the U.S., all in our morning news roundup.
  32. Mediavore
    Qdoba Wants You to Pucker Up; There’s No Real Reason That Women Like ChocolatePlus water bottle woes and more, all in our morning news round-up.
  33. Drinks
    Italian Sparkling Water Plans to Burst Pellegrino’s BubblesIt’s gulping down New York.
  34. matt damon
    Watch Matt Damon, As Santa Claus, Push Water Bottles on ChildrenMatt Damon is really into clean water, ruining Christmas.
  35. Mediavore
    Gas Drillers Get the Go-Ahead to Stop Delivering Drinking Water; DirtyPlus: Details on how to “Chinese orange”; and Google gears up to release its “Ice Cream Sandwich,” all in our morning news roundup.
  36. Mediavore
    Cancer Patients’ Urine Is the Likely Culprit For Radiation in Philly’sPlus: Everything you ever wanted to know about reading wine labels; and Michelle Obama’s deal with Wal-Mart to combat food deserts, all in our morning news roundup.
  37. Mediavore
    Water Department Tries to Isolate the Source of Radioactive Contaminants inPlus: Women dominate at James Beard Awards; and many North Koreans eat wild grass to stave off hunger, all in our morning news roundup.
  38. Beer Me
    Research Proves It! Beer Is Better Than Water!If it’s coming from scientists, it must be true.
  39. Mediavore
    E. Coli Scare Prompts Recall of 23,000 Pounds of Lebanon Bologna; ObsessivePlus: Japan worries that its water and fish are radioactive; and Temple University receives grants to fight obesity among low-income preschoolers, all in our morning news roundup.
  40. Mediavore
    Sarah Palin Fights For Kids Right to be Obese; Restaurateurs Still at Odds withPlus smoked turkeys gain popularity, and Japanese chefs in America prefer water bottled in Japan, all in our morning news roundup.
  41. Mediavore
    E. Coli Scare Shuts Down Schools in NJ; Atlantic City’s Visitors Are SpendingPlus a new study says alcohol is more dangerous than crack and heroin, and North Korea’s new leader, Kim Jong-un, is “chubby,” all in our morning news roundup.
  42. Quote of the Day
    Water WarsWhy we rejected the tap and turned to the bottle.
  43. party chat
    Isabel Lucas on That Time She Climbed Mount Kilimanjaro With Santigold“Santigold was very adaptable for someone who hadn’t camped before.”
  44. Mediavore
    Top Chef Contestants Unite for Haiti; Salami Recalled in L.A.A group lead by Ron Duprat will hold a fundraiser while L.A. joins in on a salmonella scare.
  45. Food Politics
    Save State Money With Tap WaterA petition seeks to stop state spending on bottled water.
  46. Mediavore
    Does the Crowd Ruin Dinner?; Clubbing Goes GreenMarketing food to kids, hiring only female hostesses, rare cocktail books, and more, in our daily news roundup.
  47. NYC Waterfall Gets Turned On!Late last night, a tipster spotted a test run of the waterfall on Pier 35 and snapped a picture. Our intial thoughts: So wet! So artsy!
  48. Mediavore
    Bye-bye, Bottled Water; Cheyenne Diner ClosedBottled water is becoming a faux pas, Cindy Adams takes the stand in the Patsy’s-vs.-Patsy’s trial, and the patrons of the Cheyenne Diner have one last meal there.
  49. NewsFeed
    A Water That Promises More Than Mere Hydration If you’re a female bloated, constipated, uncreative, agitated, insomniac who isn’t coping well with change, then we’ve got the water for you. Or maybe you’re an uneasy traveler, afraid of flying, wary of new environments, and sunburned. There’s water for you, too! Perhaps your work is costing you sleep, focus, regular bowel movements, and a shiny coat. Drink the water! Grub Street received three such cure-alls in bullet-shaped bottles all the way from Australia. (Sadly, they sent us no remedy for our dull, backed-up, out-of-focus children.) Balance water uses “infused flower essences” (colorless! Tasteless!) to transmit the power of remote Australian flowers into pedestrian American water. And all for a suggested retail price of $2.29 a liter! That kind of pricing might play Down Under, but here we pay premium for such promises. —Aileen Gallagher Balance Water [Official site] Related: Quenching an Eco-Friendly Thirst [NYM]
  50. Back of the House
    The Tap Project Needs Your Restaurant The Tap Project, a UNICEF charity we’ve supported in the past, has a simple and elegant premise: If people paid one dollar for tap water in restaurants for a week, it would pay for a lot of clean drinking water in Third World countries. You can’t complain about the price — in New York, our tap water tastes better than a lot of brands that cost more. But UNICEF is looking for more participants to join the effort during World Water Week, March 16 to March 22. If you own or operate a restaurant, contact the Tap Project. You’ll be in good company: Participating establishments include Esca, Le Bernardin, and Gramercy Tavern.
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