Matty Bovan Makes Dog Cones for Fashion Fiends

Stuart Wilson/BFCGetty Images Like hurt puppies and drunk Tinder swipers, fashion needs some self-protection right now. That feels especially true in London, where Brexit is more on-again-off-again than a Bachelor in Paradise romance, and environmental protests are hardcore, sincere, and—in the face of the climate crisis—impossible to discount. Tristan Fewings/BFCGetty Images Into the storm rides…

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Maple Butter Roast Chicken Is Everything

This delicious recipe combines maple and rosemary with melted butter, which is basted over the bird as it cooks. Enjoy it alongside brussels sprouts with walnuts and pomegranates before an apple skillet cake, or make any of the recipes in the collection below.

Their Romance Took Off After He Landed

Adriana Xhakli and Perry Petra-Wong were married Sept. 14 at the TWA Hotel at JFK in Jamaica, Queens. Richard Desroche, a friend of the groom’s mother who was ordained through the American Marriage Ministries, officiated. Ms. Xhakli, 31, who goes by Adri, is a property manager for her family’s mixed-used buildings in the Bronx. She…

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A Ride Through the Streets of Boston, and to Their Future

Alexa Marie Kissinger and Gareth Thomas Rhodes were married Sept. 14 at Toro, a Manhattan restaurant. New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo officiated. On Sept. 12, a second ceremony, led by Rick Rector, the mayor of Hudson, N.Y., took place at the home of the couple’s friends, Vernon Stevenson and Paul Cassidy, in Stuyvesant, N.Y.…

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Medical News Today: How birds let squirrels know when it’s safe to relax

A new study has concluded that following a threat, squirrels in the wild use the ambient chatter of birds to help determine when the danger has passed. A new study describes an interesting relationship between bird chatter and squirrel vigilance. Nature is an unfriendly place for small animals. For this reason, many have evolved to…

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Restoring Black Cowboys to the Range

A pack of red cattle dogs bayed with excitement as Larry Callies drove his pickup truck down a Rosenberg, Tex., ranch road one morning. He pulled up to the barn and stepped a booted foot from the cab to the dirt, and the dogs keened even more wildly, eager to get out on the range:…

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What the Skateboarders are Wearing at the LES Skate Park

It’s hard to hear anything in the LES Coleman Skatepark, a half-acre of ramps, rails and slopes underneath the Manhattan Bridge. But people don’t really come here to talk. They come to skate. The open expanse of asphalt was redesigned and reopened by New York City in 2012, and its Lower East Side roots carry…

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Kim Gordon’s Other Life

LOS ANGELES — Kim Gordon is synonymous with New York. It was in New York that Ms. Gordon, helped found Sonic Youth, probably the most influential New York art-rock band since the Velvet Underground. It was in New York that Ms. Gordon became a fashion influencer, blending 1980s thrift store campiness with 1960s Anita Pallenberg…

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Medical News Today: Does poor oral health impact brain function?

Perceived stress may detrimentally impact oral health which, in turn, may lead to cognitive decline among specific elderly communities, according to two new studies. New research finds connections between oral health in older adults and cognitive function. Oral health can be a surprisingly good indicator of a person’s well-being. Not only can oral diseases reduce…

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New York Uncovers $1 Billion in Sackler Family Wire Transfers

The New York attorney general’s office said on Friday that it had tracked about $1 billion in wire transfers by the Sackler family, including through Swiss bank accounts, suggesting that the family tried to shield wealth as it faced a raft of litigation over its role in the opioid crisis. Earlier this week, thousands of…

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