The Look: Work Songs of the Cowboy Poets

the look Ranchers and seekers of the “mythic West” travel each year to a small Nevada city to practice a tradition born of labor and regional identity. Photographs by Aubrey Trinnaman Text by Jared Stanley Produced by Eve Lyons March 9, 2019 Image The National Cowboy Poetry Gathering, now in its 35th year, draws thousands…

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Mini-Vows: They Soon Learned What the Doorman Knew

Haley Jill Draznin and Jason Leibowitz were married March 9 at Guastavino’s, an events space in New York. Rabbi Daniel Alder officiated. The bride, 28, works in New York as a reporter and producer for CNN, covering political and business news. She graduated from Emory University in Atlanta. She is a daughter of Sharon Rosenberg…

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Mini-Vows: Drawn Together by a Sense of Adventure

Lara Filine and Peter Ernest Blume were married March 7 at the Manhattan Marriage Bureau. Angel L. Lopez, a staff member of the City Clerk’s Office, officiated. The bride, 58, is an information technology enterprise architect at Johnson & Johnson in New Brunswick, N.J. She was previously a chief technology officer at Credit2B, a software…

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‘Project Runway’ Is Hot for You Again. Will You Get Back Together?

“Project Runway” arrived on television at the end of 2004, the same year that Mark Zuckerberg created a website called The Facebook at Harvard. In 2007, Apple released the first iPhone. Three years later, when “Project Runway” was in its seventh season, Instagram appeared in the App Store. That tech-history lesson is to say: 2019…

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‘For Us, by Us’: Inside the New Social Spaces for People of Color

Members access the space, located in Central Brooklyn, by having their fingers scanned and giving a passcode. Upon entering, they find a lounge, complete with couches, a barber chair and books on finance. The spiral staircase leads to an area with workstations. Inside on a recent day, a man who works as a consultant helped…

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Medical News Today: New drug may stop sepsis from reaching major organs

Researchers discover a drug that has the potential to stop sepsis before the condition reaches major organs and becomes fatal. A new preclinical trial of a sepsis drug brings hopeful results. Sepsis is a life-threatening condition that occurs when an existing infection — such as one that develops in a cut, a respiratory infection, or…

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No One Is Taking Your Hamburgers. But Would It Even Be a Good Idea?

Image CreditPhoto Illustration by The New York Times; Photos via Shutterstock and New York Public Library The hamburger is suddenly embroiled in a political dispute. Supporters of the Green New Deal, according to a Republican talking point, are anti-patty. “They want to take away your hamburgers,” Sebastian Gorka, a former adviser to President Trump, said…

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Global Health: Bit by Bit, Scientists Gain Ground Against AIDS

The unnamed “London patient” — the second person apparently cured of H.I.V. — earned all the headlines. But other research released this week at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections showed that scientists are making slow but steady progress on the tactics and medicines needed to fight the epidemic, especially in Africa. Monthly injections…

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