The Rings of Venus: How to Get Rid of Neck Wrinkles?

There are peculiar features of appearance that are inherent almost from birth. These also include the so-called rings of Venus on the neck. They can manifest themselves as early as adolescence, and with age become even more noticeable. Is it possible to avoid their appearance and what to do if they have already become invariable…

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Your New Monday Dinner

Good morning. The great cook and recipe wunderkind Yewande Komolafe returns to NYT Cooking this week with an amazing new recipe, for baked tofu with peanut sauce and coconut-lime rice (above). I think that ought to be your dinner tonight, and for at least a month or two of Mondays beyond it. It’s amazing: roasted…

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How Is Kaia Gerber So Damn Good at Wearing Blazers?

Courtesy of Backgrid, Getty Images, and Splash Kaia Gerber just turned eighteen, but she is well beyond her years when it comes to fashion. Her model-off-duty aesthetic is aspirational, yet attainable. She is the Gen Z style equivalent to Rosie Huntington Whiteley, but less neutral in palette and a little more budget-friendly than Rosie’s predilection…

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Is Rihanna’s ‘Visual Autobiography’ a Triumph or a Tease?

Rihanna has a new release. But it’s not a single, or a new Fenty collection, or another Amazon Prime underwear show. It’s a “visual autobiography,” out on Oct. 24. Just over a foot wide and about one and a third feet tall, 15 pounds and full of glossy pictures, with a few gatefolds and special…

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Jane Smiley on What St. Louis Tells Us About America

I don’t think most Americans view St. Louis as a tourist destination, but they should. Even as I was enjoying my fall sojourn, activists were protesting current conditions there, and I could see why — infrastructure, housing, and wages need serious investment. But my hometown is still beautiful, still full of unique attractions, and, I…

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The Bar That Has Fed SoHo for Almost a Century

In this series for T, the author Reggie Nadelson revisits New York institutions that have defined cool for decades, from time-honored restaurants to unsung dives. Seven years ago this fall, when Superstorm Sandy hit New York and there was no power downtown, SoHo was deserted, dark and cold. At Fanelli’s, the neighborhood cafe, though, there…

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Fly Fishing Is the New Bird-Watching

Step aside, goat yoga. The chic way to unwind now is fly fishing. That’s right. For some of the same reasons millennials recently flocked to bird-watching, this sport — long dominated by old white men — is gaining popularity with a younger set. For those who can afford the leisure time and some rudimentary equipment,…

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Five Reasons the Diet Soda Myth Won’t Die

ImageCreditWilfredo Lee/Associated Press There’s a decent chance you’ll be reading about diet soda studies until the day you die. (The odds are exceedingly good it won’t be the soda that kills you.) The latest batch of news reports came last month, based on another study linking diet soda to an increased risk of death. As…

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Helping Teenagers Quit Vaping

For many years, my lead-in question with adolescents, after I asked the parent to leave the room at pediatric appointments, was whether the kid had ever tried smoking cigarettes. It made a reasonable lead-in because it felt less highly charged than asking about marijuana or other substances, and in recent decades, the answer was very…

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Staying on Guard Against Skin Cancer

“If you see something, say something,” a catchy warning from the Department of Homeland Security about possible terrorist threats, applies as well to skin lesions that, if ignored, could become fatal. Susan Manber, now a 55-year-old from Cortlandt Manor, N.Y., knows this well. She credits her astute daughter with having saved her life nearly six…

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