‘Stranger Things» Hawkins High Is Getting the Nike Treatment

Stranger Things is making its way back to Netflix on July 4th and Nike is dropping an entire collection dedicated to the cult hit to celebrate. Ahead of the upcoming Stranger Things 3 release, Nike is redesigning timeless ’80s silhouettes in colors inspired by the show’s Hawkins High School. For the first collection launching June…

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One Thing You Can Do: Plan a Climate-Friendly Cookout

Welcome to the Climate Fwd: newsletter. The New York Times climate team emails readers once a week with stories and insights about climate change. Sign up here to get it in your inbox. By Eduardo Garcia Image CreditTyler Varsell The barbecue season has arrived. I went to my first cookout of the year a couple…

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Rickey Thompson Lands a New Salesperson Job in Alexander Wang’s New Video

Courtesy of Alexander Wang When social media’s Rickey Thompson walked the Alexander Wang Season 2 show back in December we knew that was just the beginning of their relationship. The designer cuts pieces for the cool kids, items that will take them from Instagram to the coolest parties and back again, so Thompson was an…

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What We Know About the Dominican Republic Tourist Deaths

More than two million Americans visit the Dominican Republic every year, making up about a third of the country’s tourists. Six have died in the last year during their visits. Because of the seeming similarities among their deaths, their family members have suggested that they are connected and have raised suspicions about the resorts where…

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Planned Parenthood to Host Women’s Health Forum for 2020 Democrats

Planned Parenthood Action Fund is set to host a forum on reproductive rights for the Democratic primary field this month, as the issue of abortion emerges as a central topic in the 2020 presidential race. The forum, hosted by Planned Parenthood’s political arm, is the first event in recent presidential campaigns singularly focused on women’s…

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Broadway Toasts the Tonys. And Zombies Take Over Midtown.

Cher likes to text — a lot. “You never know when they’re coming or what they might be about,” said Stephanie J. Block, who won a Tony Award Sunday night for portraying the pop icon in “The Cher Show.” The moment Ms. Block’s win was announced, her phone lit up with messages. “She texted: ‘Oh…

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Decoding Secret Florence

Image Beatrice Albrici at her home in Florence, Italy. Her antique store next door, which opened in 1961, features home furnishings to fashion.CreditClara Vannucci for The New York Times Florence is accustomed to invaders. The French, the Spanish, the Austrians, the British on the Grand Tour and the international tourist hordes in their cargo shorts…

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The Dessert to Make Right Now

Good morning. Maida Heatter died last week at 102 and our Margaux Laskey jumped into the archives to find all the recipes she developed and wrote for The Times. Chief among them was this chocolate mousse torte (above), which in 1972 was the newspaper’s most popular recipe for dessert. You could knock that out tonight…

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Would You Like to Spend Forever in This Tree?

SANTA CRUZ, Calif. — Death comes for all of us, but Silicon Valley has, until recently, not come for death. Who can blame them for the hesitation? The death services industry is heavily regulated and fraught with religious and health considerations. The handling of dead bodies doesn’t seem ripe for venture-backed disruption. The gravestone doesn’t…

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