Art & Leisure


Glowing Plants to Light Your Home.
A faint, green glow is starting to light the offices of Singularity University’s Glowing Plant. The WSJ’s Deborah Kan speaks to CEO Antony Evans on the DNA sequencing tech that makes this happen.


Paris Hilton Discusses DJing and New Businesses
Heiress Paris Hilton talks to the Wall Street Journal’s Lee Hawkins about the various businesses she’s launching as a follow-up to the success she enjoyed in the reality TV business. This includes her lucrative career as a professional DJ.


The State of Love and Sex in Single America
Match.com, the world’s largest dating site, has released it’s annual Singles in America survey. Match.com’s Helen Fisher and Justin Garcia discuss what over 5,000 singles have to say about the state of love and sex in America today. Photo: Getty.


The Five Richest Cities in the U.S.
Based on data from the U.S. Census Bureau, 24/7 Wall Street identified the U.S. metropolitan statistical areas with the highest median household incomes. Douglas McIntyre, 24/7 Wall Street editor-in-chief and CEO, joins Lunch Break.


Opinion: ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ Prosecutor Lambasts the Movie
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher Partner Joel Cohen on how the new movie compares to the real prosecution of fraudster Jordan Belfort. Photo credit: Getty Images.


U.S., Israel Step Up Pressure Over Looted ‘Nazi Art’
International criticism of Germany’s handling of the return of Nazi-seized art is broadening from the Gurlitt trove of paintings to Germany’s art-restitution policy in general. Mary Lane reports. Photo:


Food & Drink
Wolfgang Puck Shows How to Cook a Spago Pizza

Legendary chef Wolfgang Puck does a step-by-step demonstration for the Wall Street Journal’s Lee Hawkins on how to cook his world renowned Spago Pizza.


Arts & Entertainment
When Obscenity Meant Something

Cultural icons like Elvis and the Rolling Stones could shock in their day because there were standards that could be violated, says author Lee Siegel in a discussion with WSJ’s Gary Rosen. Today obscenities aren’t just boorish — they’re boring.


Backstage With the Victoria’s Secret ‘Angels’

WSJ Style Reporter Elizabeth Holmes hangs out before the fashion show where models wear the least and have the most fun.


Food & Drink
Why Are Hangovers Worse in Your 40s?

Why is it so much harder in your 40s to bounce back from a night of drinking than it was in your 30s or 20s? What happened? Andrea Petersen has answers on Lunch Break. Photo: F. Martin Ramin for The Wall Street Journal.


Sleeping Together or Apart: What’s Healthier?

Is sleeping with a loved one more beneficial to your health than sleeping alone? Heidi Mitchell joins Lunch Break to share what the experts are saying. Photo: Getty Images


Food & Drink
FDA Issues French Fries Health Alert

French fries are taking a beating after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration cautions they may contain a cancer-causing chemical. Tom Burton and Melinda Beck report on Lunch Break. Photo: Getty Images.


Sleep Disorders
Do you need a “snore room” in your house? More realtors and home builders say couples are requesting separate sleeping quarters when they house hunt. Amy Hoak and Robert Oexman, doctor and director of the Sleep to Live Institute, discuss. Photo: Getty Images.

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