How To Win School Lunch

Good morning. A lot of my time these days is spent getting ready for The New York Times Food Festival, which kicks off in New York City the first weekend in October. We’ve got a lot of exciting events planned, from onstage conversations with people like Alex Wagner and Sam Kass talking politics at the…

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Next Spring, Next Trends

ImagePrada, spring 2020CreditValerio Mezzanotti for The New York Times MILAN — It often seems like anything goes in fashion today — hemlines are both up and down; jeans are both narrow and boyfriend — but as the five-day show and accessories cavalcade that is Milan Fashion Week came to an end, a consensus of sorts…

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J. Lo Wins Milan. Fashion Comes Second.

The moment that ate Milan Fashion Week occurred at the end of the Versace show. People had been promised a special something, but no one knew what it was. The lights went down, a soundtrack crescendo began to build, and then — Jennifer Lopez! Age 50! In a new version of the jungle print dress…

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The Best Street Style From Milan Fashion Week Spring 2020

Fashion week has come to Milan—and the city didn’t disappoint. The Spring 2020 runways have been a sight to behold, but don’t forget about Milan’s most fashionable residents and visitors, who showed up to Fashion Week to provide a breathtaking show all by themselves. Chic, daring, and jaw-dropping, the street style in Milan was almost…

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Medical News Today: Financial hardship may accelerate aging

Research shows that adults who spend as few as 4 years in economic hardship could be at risk of accelerated aging in comparison with adults who do not experience periods of poverty. New research examines the effects of financial difficulties on aging. The term accelerated aging describes people who are physically less capable at an…

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Medical News Today: How ‘exergaming’ can help people with Parkinson’s

Exercise is important for helping people with Parkinson’s disease achieve better balance and mobility, but it can be hard to keep it up. A Dutch study has yielded positive results with a novel home exercise computer gaming program. New research showcases the benefits of ‘exergaming’ for people living with Parkinson’s. For people with Parkinson’s disease,…

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Sarah Emmerich, Shail Sturm

Sarah Abigail Emmerich and Shail Andrew Sturm are to be married Sept. 22 at the Pierre hotel in New York. Rabbi Yaakov Neuburger, a maternal uncle of the groom, is to officiate with Rabbi Adam Mintz, a friend of the bride’s family, participating. Ms. Emmerich, 26, is pursuing a law degree at N.Y.U. She graduated…

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Megan Henley, Jason Hicks

Dr. Megan Dale Henley and Jason Francis Hicks were married Sept. 21 at First Christian Church in Greensboro, N.C. The Rev. Andrew Shelley, a Methodist minister, performed the ceremony. Dr. Hicks, 31, is a physician and fellow of critical care anesthesiology at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville. She graduated summa cum laude from…

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Katherine Hermeling, Matthew Hutchinson

Katherine Kilsberg Hermeling and Matthew Charles Hutchinson were married Sept. 21 at Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church in St. Louis. The Rev. Donald A. MacMillan, a Roman Catholic priest, performed the ceremony. Mrs. Hutchinson, 25, is a senior audit associate in the Chicago office of PricewaterhouseCoopers. She graduated from Notre Dame. She is…

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Dwayne Ashley, Daniel Munguia

Dwayne Ashley and Daniel Luis Munguia were married Sept. 21 at the Pines Club, a social club in Sayville, N.Y. Judge W. Franc Perry, of the New York State Supreme Court, officiated. Mr. Ashley (left), 52, is a founder and chief executive of Bridge Philanthropic Consulting, a fund-raising firm in New York. He graduated from…

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