Update: Luxury Comes to Expedition Cruising

When it launches in spring 2020, the 126-passenger National Geographic Endurance from Lindblad Expeditions will have amenities on par with a luxury vessel, including two restaurants, a glass-walled yoga studio, an infinity Jacuzzi facing the stern and two saunas with panoramic windows so heat-bathers won’t miss the passing scenery. Such features aren’t uncommon on larger…

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Bites: In San Francisco, a Younger Sibling Acts Out

Angler catches you even before you walk through its front door. As you approach the restaurant, which is near the waterfront on San Francisco’s Embarcadero, you’re greeted by a stream of 1980s pop music that leaks out onto the sidewalk, drenching you in the likes of Toto and Hall & Oates. The soundtrack continues inside,…

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Ties: I Dreaded Winter Until My Newborn Taught Me to Embrace It

For most of my adult life, I dreaded — absolutely dreaded — winter. In that season, my own darkness multiplied and surged forth like cockroaches waiting for the lights to go out. Whatever deep-seated fears — illnesses, accidents, loved ones dying — I’d managed to keep at bay in the brighter months emerged hungry and…

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Medical News Today: Moderate drinking tied to lower risk of hospitalization

New research suggests that moderate drinking may lower the risk of being hospitalized for any cause, including cardiovascular conditions. Drinking in moderation may reduce the risk of hospitalization. The effects of alcohol consumption on health are the subject of much controversy. Some studies have suggested that moderate drinking may reduce the risk of stroke, depression,…

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Modern Love: The Junk Removers Manhandle My Heart

John and I bought the sofa together when he moved into my apartment on 14th Street. I say “together” even though he probably paid for it, as he did with most of our major purchases back then. He made four times what I did. Our choice was the Beecroft, a tight-backed sofa with low arms…

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How To Spend Less When Eating Out

With the holiday seasons here it is likely that you are probably going to find yourself in a variety of restaurants. Maybe you are treating distant relatives to a meal. Maybe you are attending a work function. Whatever the situation is, it is no secret that more and more Americans are eating out these days.…

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7 Must-Try Christmas Cocktail Recipes

With the holidays right around the corner, now is the perfect time to spice up your drink menu. We have seven must-try Christmas cocktails that are sure to bring your guests some holiday cheer. At McDonald Paper & Restaurant Supplies, you’ll find everything you need to make your Christmas cocktails a success. Basic Must-Have Supplies…

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What to Buy in the Post-Christmas Sales, No Matter Your Budget

The holidays are over, but it’s still that time of year when you all you want to do is sit on the couch, wear pajamas, and, probably, online shop. To help you out in your time of need, ELLE.com rounded up some of the best items from all the post-Christmas sales for under $25, $50,…

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How Three Emerging Talents Channel Their Heritage Into Thoughtful Designs

For decades, mining archival images of, say, Jackie O in Capri could provide sufficient creative fodder for a compelling ready-to-wear collection. But these days, and this season in particular, many burgeoning designers favor a far more personal approach, rooted in individual heritage. For his debut spring 2019 show in New York, Baton Rouge native and…

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Instagram Update Brings Horizontal Scrolling to Horrified Users

Instagram briefly changed how users moved through their feeds Thursday morning, forcing them to swipe left or tap through horizontally rather than scroll vertically. People were traumatized. These Instagram updates are weird. I think Instagram wants us to leave. Like when a guy goes “you’re just to good for me.” We should listen. — Quinta.…

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