A Chat With a Builder of Golf Courses

Jim Fazio knows about golf courses: how they are built and what they bring to a suburb, a village, even an ancient city. Since 1961, that has been the Fazio family business. Along with his uncle George and brother Tom, they have built 250 to 300 golf courses, and their designs are staples of “Top…

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Can fingering lead to pregnancy?

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Pyer Moss and the Power of Black Truth

In a historic theater in a part of New York City far from the usual runway haunts, in front of thousands of ravenous fans (including some very famous ones) who stood in lines around the block waiting for admittance, in a room swollen with the voices of a 65-person choir, expectation and glamour, a fashion…

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Jeremy Renner and the New Walled Garden of Celebrity

It doesn’t matter how many people know your name. It matters how people care about you. That’s the idea behind Escapex, the company that made the Jeremy Renner app, which thrived for two-and-a-half years as a safe space for fans of the actor but was killed recently by online trolls. The same company is behind…

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A Whole New World for Halvah

Craft halvahs have been gaining ground for a few years, and the definition of halvah — the ground sesame-seed confection from the Middle East, — has expanded to include offbeat flavors. The women who created and run Seed & Mill in Chelsea Market sell chocolate-orange, white chocolate-raspberry, and sweet pecan, among others, all quarried from…

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New French Cream Puff Store Opens on the Upper West Side

For years, the Japanese dominated the cream puff market in New York with oversize ones, but now, the French have jumped in. Rebecca Tison, a Parisian who worked for IBM and then in banking in New York, said her new shop, Barachou, is inspired by a cream puff store in Paris. The name of this…

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Long Misunderstood, Appalachian Food Finds the Spotlight

ASHEVILLE, N.C. — If you were wagering on two of the most unlikely words to be paired in the English language, “Appalachian” and “bagel” would be a pretty good bet. And yet, that is exactly what you find at Button & Co. Bagels here in Asheville. The chef Katie Button, a native of New Jersey…

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Medical News Today: What causes bumps in the back of the throat?

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