I Quit the Evangelical Church I Grew Up In

ImageCredit…Photo Illustration by Tony Cenicola/The New York Times I once was found until I realized I was lost. By Nathan Taylor Pemberton Jan. 20, 2020 For me, there was only ever one kind of church. It sat just off a single-lane highway, not far from the beaches of North Florida, and was wrapped in corrugated…

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I Quit Giving a Damn

ImageCredit…Photo Illustration by Tony Cenicola/The New York Times And it’s not just me. These days not caring has become its own industry. By Glynnis MacNicol Jan. 20, 2020 The first time I dipped my toe into a world devoid of other people’s opinions was by accident. I’d quit my job after burning out badly (this…

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Organize Your Fridge (and Keep It Neat)

I come from a family of condiment hoarders. We love pickles, spreads, and sauces, but we can’t ever seem to finish them. This used to result in a Jenga-like situation in my fridge, with jars poised to topple out and break a toe every time I reached for the milk. Then, in my early 20s,…

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Here’s What Stars Wore to the Netflix SAG After-Party on Sunday

Margaret and Rainey Qualley

Andy MacDowell’s daughters stunned side-by-side on Sunday. Margaret kept her pantsuit look, complete with giant brooch, while Rainey had a sleep black dress with a simple silver accent piece at her waist.

China Confirms New Coronavirus Spreads From Humans to Humans

WUHAN, China — The mysterious coronavirus that has killed at least three people and sickened more than 200 in China is now capable of spreading from person to person, a prominent Chinese scientist said on Monday, adding to fears of a broader pandemic. The disclosure increased pressure on the Chinese government to contain a growing…

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Caneel Bay: Why a Caribbean Paradise Remains in Ruins

Browned palm leaves fan over the white-sand beaches of Caneel Bay Resort. Peeling paint buckles on the exterior walls of roofless cabins. Inside, white curtains, still knotted, drape like ripped cobwebs from windows, and mold-matted mattresses sag without their frames. A back door swings wide. Long considered the crown jewel of St. John, a small…

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Medical News Today: Heart health: Are women getting incorrect treatment?

Recent research suggests that ignoring sex-specific risk factors of heart disease has resulted in women having a higher risk of dying from heart failure than men. Share on PinterestDifferences between men and women may mean that the latter do not receive the right treatment for heart conditions. A review published in Nature Medicine reveals an…

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The Impact of Love

Good morning. We celebrate Martin Luther King’s Birthday today, a national day of service, a day to practice love, as the minister said, not as an expression of impractical idealism, but of practical realism, a way to ensure the life of our civilization. Some will make pecan pie (above) in his honor, because some say…

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France’s Unofficial Minister for Fashion Isn’t Afraid of a Redesign

In France, where fashion is considered part of the patrimony and first ladies have been front-row regulars (and supermodels), the government has long treated the industry with kid gloves. Then, in 2017, Brune Poirson arrived. “In the beginning, everybody thought I was crazy,” said Ms. Poirson, who is officially one of three secretaries of state…

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Eating More Vegetables Did Not Affect Prostate Cancer Progression

Men with early stage prostate cancer are often advised to increase their intake of vegetables to lower the risk for progression to more serious disease. But now a randomized trial has found that vegetables, whatever other health benefits they may confer, have no discernible effect on prostate cancer progression. In a two-year study published in…

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