Best of CH 2021: Good Measure

Creatives, communities and companies that continue to remind us progress is possible

In 2021—a year fraught with the pandemic, the US Capitol insurrection, infringements on reproductive and educational rights, increasing climate injustices, worsening systemic inequality and more—the fight for social and political justice was especially imperative. Through it all, we paid attention to artists and communities who champion progress and give back in some manner, supporting or publishing their inspiring work along the way. We tag each …

Black Food: Stories, Art, and Recipes from Across the African Diaspora (A Cookbook)

Curated by award-winning chef and activist Bryant Terry and published by 4 Color Books, Black Food: Stories, Art, and Recipes from Across the African Diaspora (A Cookbook) traverses time and location to capture the expansive multiplicities in Black culture. Through recipes, poetry, artwork and essays that explore food’s intrinsic connection with community and history within the diaspora, this rich cookbook encompasses the work of more …

Horror Caviar: A Cookbook

Behind the simulated nubuck leather cover of Horror Caviar lies a sweet, savory and delectable exploration of A24’s cult classic films as well as the larger cannon of horror movies. With recipes inspired by 29 films (including Possession, Ganja & Hess, Midsommar, Trouble Every Day, The Shining and The Witch), this book comprises a collection of work by 25 artists, stylists and chefs, and original essays, such …