Jacqueline Cutler, Robert Blatt

Jacqueline Brooke Cutler and Robert Samuel Blatt were married June 15 at Cipriani Wall Street in New York. Rabbi Joshua M. Davidson officiated. Mrs. Blatt, 30, is the chief of staff to the chief executive of Rent the Runway, the company that lends designer dresses and accessories to women for special occasions. She graduated summa…

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Andrea Richter, Ashley Garry

Andrea Ann Richter and Ashley Alexander Garry were married June 15 in Indianapolis. The Rev. Carlton Beever performed the ceremony at St. Mary Roman Catholic Church, where he is the pastor. Ms. Richter-Garry, 33, is the vice president for international engagement at the Indiana Economic Development Corporation in Indianapolis. From 2016 to 2017, she led…

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Could Donor #2065 Be My Father?

I found the envelope at 3 a.m. It was wedged into my mailbox at school, a packet the size of a large book. I didn’t normally check my mail after a late night editing The Alligator, the University of Florida student newspaper, but for some reason I made the detour. I pulled out the envelope…

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In the Running World and Beyond, Being #BraveLikeGabe

Welcome to the Running newsletter! Every Saturday morning, we email runners with news, advice and some motivation to help you get up and running. Sign up here to get it in your inbox. On Tuesday, the running world lost a good one. Gabriele Grunewald, a track champion, died of complications from cancer. She was 32.…

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The New Sobriety

We all know what sobriety used to be: sober, in all meanings of the word. It was a seltzer with lime instead of Bordeaux with a Michelin-starred meal; a trip to the gym on Friday evenings while everyone else hit happy hour. For those with a serious alcohol problem, it was a worthy decision, maybe…

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5 Little Museums of Paris, for Little Travelers

Even the best behaved child may not be able to patiently wait in the long lines of the Louvre. Luckily, Paris and its surrounding region also have some 200 other museums, many of which cater happily to young travelers and their families. At this selection of five museums, children and adults can ride antique carousels,…

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Wedding Shoes: Accessories From Heel to Toe

Walking down the aisle has become a bit more detailed. Instead of wearing replicated footwear as-is, brides, grooms and their attendants are adding some flair. Accessories like clips, rings, chains, sneaker laces and decals, showcase personality, contribute to wardrobe consistency and generate distinctive looks. Functional accessories, like plastic attachments beneath the shoe, help maintain balance.…

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Happy Birthday! Just Don’t Open Your Inbox.

When Shannon Franklin, an engineering headhunter in Tampa, Fla., turned 40 this past January, she expected “Happy birthday!” text messages and Facebook posts from high school and college acquaintances. She even anticipated hearing from her mom’s friends — and her ex-boyfriends, too. One former beau inquisitively prompted, “Forty’s the big one. Still not married?” said…

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Cool Nonalcoholic Drinks for Your Sober Summer

More bad news for LaCroix Sparkling water: Booze-free options at happy hour are proliferating far beyond seltzer. As the #partysober ethos collides with Foodie Nation, a new generation of alcohol-skeptical mixologists, craft brewers, and micro-distillers are churning out alternatives to beer and spirits to ensure no one is left thirsty at those summer clambakes and…

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Matters of the Harp and of the Heart, Too

Alix Christine Maud Raspé and Erik Daniel Gray were married June 15 at the United Church of Dorset and East Rupert in Dorset, Vt. The ceremony was led by the groom’s father, the Rev. Dr. James H. Gray, a United Church of Christ minister and the pastor there. Mrs. Gray, 26, who is keeping her…

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