Plating Memory

I grew up an immigrant child, spending my formative years in three countries, England, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. In a time before keeping in touch was an internet call away, I’d have to say goodbye forever to bedrooms, to classrooms, to friends. I learned to rely for continuity on two constant companions: books and food.…

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Does It Matter How Many We Are?

When my son was in third grade, I went to his school for a pre-Thanksgiving Day concert. I found a folding chair next to a fellow parent, a father with an easy laugh. We made small talk, looked over and around the heads in front of us to find our boys, shy and awkward, onstage.…

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Where to Eat and Drink at 14 N.Y.C. Museums Right Now

Museums, like department stores and airports, are now counting food among their attractions. They recognize that after a few hours of John Singer Sargent or Betye Saar visitors might have an appetite for a plate of pasta or a juicy burger instead of basic coffee-shop fare. The following museum restaurants would be worth a meal…

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Medical News Today: What to know about angioplasty

Angioplasty is a medical procedure that opens up a blocked or narrowed artery around the heart. It is a standard treatment for narrowed or blocked arteries in this area of the body. Doctors also refer to angioplasty as percutaneous coronary intervention, or PCI. During angioplasty, a surgeon inserts a tube into an artery in the…

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Medical News Today: What causes pain under the left armpit?

Pain under the left armpit can be concerning, and many people associate any pain on the left side of their body with a heart attack. However, most of the time, pain under the left armpit has a less serious cause. The armpit is a complex meeting point for muscles and connective tissues, lymph nodes, and…

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When Is a Star Not Always a Star? When It’s an Online Review

In the world of e-commerce, the online review is king, the internet’s answer to walking into a store and trying out a product for yourself. An increase of just one star in a rating on Amazon correlates with a 26 percent increase in sales, according to a recent analysis by the e-commerce consulting firm Pattern.…

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36 Hours in Steamboat Springs

About 70 miles north of the I-70 corridor that feeds Colorado’s busiest ski areas, Steamboat Springs seems removed from the usual luxury designer shops and rampant condo development so often seen in ski towns these days. Local craft makers, artists, brewers and restaurant owners lend indie flair to the town’s main street, lined mostly with…

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Modern Black Friday Work Force: Postal Clerk, Influencer, Robot

A postal employee who processes one Amazon return after another. A part-time stockroom clerk who works spotty hours for minimum wage and no health benefits. A social media influencer who pitches products to her 83,000 Instagram followers. A robot that scans the shelves at Walmart. Meet America’s retail work force in 2019. Nearly five million…

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Diablo Cody’s Week: ‘I’m a Phone Addict’

Diablo Cody, the Oscar-winning screenwriter behind “Juno,” “Young Adult” and “Tully,” is a master of the endless hustle. But her latest routine — commuting between Hollywood and Broadway every week — is admittedly gnarly. While she’s still creating for the screen in sunny Los Angeles, she also wrote the book for “Jagged Little Pill,” the…

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The T List: A New Place to Indulge One’s Sweet Tooth, and More

Welcome to the T List, a newsletter from the editors of T Magazine. Each week, we’re sharing things we’re eating, wearing, listening to or coveting now. We hope you’ll join us for the ride. (Sign up here, if you haven’t already, and you can reach us at tlist@nytimes.com.) Eat This A New Place to Indulge…

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