Time to Make the Donates!

Before the 2016 election, Tess Malone, 28, rarely engaged in charitable giving outside of disaster relief funds or individual GoFundMe fund-raising campaigns. But now, donating — often in the form of a late-night, anxiety-fueled frenzy — is as standard an expenditure for her as groceries and dining out. Ms. Malone, who lives in Atlanta and…

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Getting It on the Wrist (Yo!)

More than 135 million people have heard that Jay-Z and Beyoncé spent “250 for the Richard Mille” in one song on the YouTube post of their surprise summer release, “Everything Is Love.” And more than 36.6 million have played “New Patek,” Lil Uzi Vert’s latest single, on YouTube since it appeared in September. Rappers mentioning…

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Cuba Gooding Jr. on Longines’ ‘Razzle Dazzle’

Cuba Gooding Jr. has appeared in dozens of movies and television shows, but the roles that made him a household name, he said, are those “closest to my real life.” For his first major part, as the break dancer Tre Styles in the 1991 movie “Boyz N The Hood,” “I was break dancing on the…

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Restlessly Seeking Celine

Gabrielle Boucinha, a freelance graphic designer, introduced her Instagram account in the wake of Phoebe Philo’s much lamented exit from Celine. Her feed, @oldceline, a compilation of images dating from Ms. Philo’s decade-long tenure at the luxury house, has drawn an ardent following, swelling from a few hundred in September, when Hedi Slimane was set…

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Federal Ban on Female Genital Mutilation Ruled Unconstitutional by Judge

More than two decades ago, Congress adopted a sweeping law that outlawed female genital mutilation, an ancient practice that 200 million women and girls around the world have undergone. But a federal court considering the first legal challenge to the statute found the law unconstitutional on Tuesday, greatly diminishing the chances of it being used…

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Medical News Today: Sweet options for people with diabetes

One of the most challenging types of food for people with diabetes to find is dessert. Doctors will generally encourage people with diabetes to avoid sugars and carbohydrates. However, by making some simple nutritional changes, it is possible for people with diabetes to enjoy desserts. Desserts can be full of sugar and other simple carbohydrates,…

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Australia Fare: A Hidden Gem in Brisbane Serves Elemental Iranian Flavors

BRISBANE, Australia — There’s something about the Iranian dish fesenjan that tastes elemental, as if it might secretly be one of the building blocks of the universe. The stew’s combination of walnut and the sweet-tart high frequency of pomegranate has the capacity to work its way into the crevices of your soul. At its best,…

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Browsing: How to Dress Up to Stay In

For a lot of fashion lovers, the best part of leaving the house happens before they ever do, when, in the sanctity of their closets, they select what to wear. But such creativity and joy need not be reserved for outings. These days, given the boom in athleisure and loungewear, unexpectedly chic homebound items are…

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Modern Love: Listen: Mira Sorvino Reads ‘A Forgotten Prayer, Answered’

On this week’s Modern Love podcast, the actress Mira Sorvino reads “A Forgotten Prayer, Answered,” an essay about a couple’s fateful trip to Chimi Lhakhang, a fertility temple in Bhutan. Charlotte Bacon, the author of the 2011 essay, is the associate director of humanities grant support at Dartmouth College. She previously taught English and creative…

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Why Holiday Windows Still Matter

Image Sugar rush: A fake-cake and cookie fantasia fills one of Bergdorf Goodman’s windows.CreditJackie Molloy for The New York Times David Hoey, the senior director of visual presentation at Bergdorf Goodman, was sitting in his “war room” the other day when his cellphone rang. Mr. Hoey begged a visitor’s pardon; the phrase “little crisis” was…

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