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Rachel Wallace

Editorial Assistant

Bio:

Rachel Wallace is an Editorial Assistant at DuJour and a graduate of the University of South Carolina. She previously interned at Liquor.com and can be found on Twitter and Instagram at @rachwall_.

Recent Articles
  • #TBT: Rachel Melvin

    #TBT: Rachel Melvin

    The Sleepy Hollow actress shares a moment from her childhood and talks reclaiming the B word

    Fans of the spooky show Sleepy Hollow know Rachel Melvin as a quirky engineer named Alex Norwood, who joined Ichabod Crane this season in the fight against all manner of evil creatures. Fresh off of six months of filming the show in Atlanta, GA, Melvin shared an adorable snapshot of ... More

  • David Hoflin on Becoming F. Scott Fitzgerald

    David Hoflin on Becoming F. Scott Fitzgerald

    The actor stars opposite Christina Ricci in Z: The Beginning of Everything

    Just like the rest of us, David Hoflin vaguely remembers reading The Great Gatsby as a high school student. But before landing the role of its famous author, he didn’t know much about the lavish, tumultuous life of F. Scott Fitzgerald or his wife, Zelda. The new Amazon Prime series ... More

  • 12 Aphrodisiac Cocktails to Drink this Valentine’s Day

    12 Aphrodisiac Cocktails to Drink this Valentine’s Day

    As close as you’ll get to a love potion

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  • Obsession DuJour: Laughing Lotus Yoga Studio

    Obsession DuJour: Laughing Lotus Yoga Studio

    Our Editorial Assistant shares what she can’t live without right now

    I once did yoga every day for 30 days straight. At the end of the experience, I felt physically stronger and mentally addicted to zoning out for an hour of sweaty poses. As I became more skilled at balancing in half moon and holding myself up in side plank, ... More

  • Drink DuJour: Borscht Sour

    Drink DuJour: Borscht Sour

    On Super Bowl weekend, this cocktail from Riel in Houston definitely beats (or beets) beer

    The Super Bowl may seem like the most American thing you could possibly do in Houston this weekend, but if you really think about it, paying a visit to Ryan Lachaine’s Riel could rival the big game. The newly-opened restaurant in the city’s Montrose neighborhood brings the concept of ... More

  • A New Kind of Dumpling at Mimi Cheng’s

    A New Kind of Dumpling at Mimi Cheng’s

    The new recipe is unexpected

    Dumpling-mania has had a hold of New York City for a while now, and while some trends become quite exhausting after reaching peak popularity, it’s easy to understand why the dumpling is still so buzzy. Many establishments around the city have come dangerously close to creating the perfect pocket ... More

  • Afternoon Tea with a Twist

    Afternoon Tea with a Twist

    A few of London’s least traditional takes on teatime

    Nothing says London like little finger sandwiches, scones with jam and cream, and of course, Earl Grey. In a quest to feel utterly authentic, tourists might attend teatime at The Ritz, Claridge’s or any number of high end hotels offering traditional experiences in the most elegant of surroundings. The thing ... More

  • Dine Alone Together

    Dine Alone Together

    These intimate spots make for a more romantic Valentine’s Day date

    There’s something to be said for celebrating Valentine’s Day with a simple date night—dinner for two by candlelight, with a single red rose on the table—but not so much for the inevitable presence of other diners. For a truly special experience, an intimate setting is key, and while plenty ... More

  • Inside an Over-the-Top Estate Built by Mohamed Hadid

    Inside an Over-the-Top Estate Built by Mohamed Hadid

    This grand Los Angeles home, christened Le Belvedere, features a Turkish hammam, fourteen fireplaces, a 5,000 bottle wine cellar and more

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  • Drink DuJour: Beyond the Pines

    Drink DuJour: Beyond the Pines

    The taste of winter in California

    For most of the country, winter doesn’t evoke images of rooftop bars. In San Diego, however, it’s a non-issue. Atop the 14th floor of the Courtyard San Diego hotel in the historic Gaslamp Quarter, The Nolen is a modern speakeasy made for taking in beautiful city views and seasonal ... More