Here's what caught our eye on the internet this week.
Popupla contributor and jewelry designer Lizzie Fortunato is hosting . Stop by 110 E. 7th Street for striped Portuguese rugs, colorful woven baskets from Ghana, and more global goods. Open November 3 - December 31. – Berit, senior editor
Images of the 5,000-year-old yoga practice are so ubiquitous these days that I barely blink and eye when I see a perfect Kapotasana on my Instagram . But I can't stop thinking about of traditional poses depicted in a brand new way (at in London through January). – Jeralyn, editorial director
If you're always on the move, can't cook for your life, and don't live in a big city with great restaurants (or takeout), may be your next greatest life hack. The food subscription service delivers pre-made meals conceived by top chefs like Dale Talde and Bill Telepan using farm-fresh ingredients from NY's Finger Lakes that are packaged in vacuum-sealed pouches. All you have to do is boil these pouches for six minutes. I tried it out and it screams space age, but it's absolutely idiot-proof and the flavors are pretty good. – Daniel, editor
Wise words from world-renowned primatologist, environmentalist, and animal-rights activist Jane Goodall, who is the subject of a new documentary that I'm dying to see. – Berit
Absolute eye candy: This . – Daniel
This winter I'll be ing my ramen craving at , a Japanese ramen joint opening its first U.S. outpost in Midtown Manhattan on November 15. – Berit
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