This is an installment in a special series, Startup Year One, interviewing startup founders about the major lessons they learned in the immediate aftermath of their businesses’ first year of operation.For pet owners, keeping their best friends healthy and happy has seemingly never been easier...

The Bartesian, a $350 Keurig-like machine that makes cocktails on-demand, was not made for me. I’m a 30-year-old woman living in a small apartment in Brooklyn who avoids sugary mixed drinks and prefers wine anyway. And yet, I can’t stop seeing the thing. The Instagram ads clog my feed and...

Springtime is finally here, and as winemakers start to plot the next season’s harvest, it’s also time to open new bottles after a long period of hibernation (and fermentation).Below are a number of wines ideal for drinks inside or al fresco (where appropriate and when minding social...

This journey of coping with the household chores and managing work at the same time is a reality that we have to accept while we continue staying home. Every small change makes a difference that affects our productivity. Also, with the kind of news we receive about the pandemic every day, it is a...

‘When life gives you lemons, make lemonade’ – this could not stand truer than ever! When you have got an unprecedented lockdown staring at you, what do you do? Instead of getting entangled by the thought of boredom, make the most of it count! Take each day as an opportunity to develop a new...

Much like the holidays, spring is a prime time for gift giving, from Mother’s Day to Father’s Day—and graduation season in between. But with travel suspended and social distancing in effect in most regions across the country amid the COVID-19 pandemic, it might not be possible to bestow...

As the age of self-isolating continues, summer reading can start early this year. New books being published in May include a new memoir from the author of the popular novel Sweetbitter; a beginner’s guide on how to drink wine from an award-winning sommelier and one of the cofounders of The...

A handful of startups are hoping Cannabis-infused beverages become a trend. But while other CBD purveyors have leaned more heavily toward fizzy drinks, these producers are reaching for the brass ring with the development of “cannabis wine.”A wine-like product, this THC- and...

Subscribe to Fortune’s Outbreak newsletter for a daily roundup of stories on the coronavirus and its impact on global business.You could say that conversation is key for George Chen. The Los Angeles-via-Oakland comic is a jack of all trades who currently works in podcast content operations at...

West Coast producers, from Willamette Valley in Oregon to Sonoma and Santa Barbara counties in California, are rethinking American Chardonnay.They may not be traditionally known for the grape when compared to winemakers in Napa Valley, who defined the now stereotypical, buttery, oaky style for...