Now You Can Shop J.Crew on Amazon

On Wednesday, Amazon Fashion announced that it’s launching J.Crew Mercantile, a line of clothing for women and men in its first-ever partnership with the brand. J.Crew lovers will find a pared-down version of their everyday basics from tees and denim jackets to jeans in the fall ’18 collection. In addition, all pieces in this line…

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Off the Menu: Elevated Yakitori, Direct From Japan, in the West Village

Headliner Yakitori — grilled, skewered chicken tidbits — is the Japanese food of the moment in New York, with new places like Nonono opening at a steady clip. It is usually considered casual pub-style izakaya food, but at Toriko NY, a West Village branch of a collection of restaurants in Tokyo and Osaka, it becomes…

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A Big Bold Show Wants You to Rethink Pink

Advertisement A new exhibition at the Fashion Institute of Technology exploits the glamour and subversiveness of this now ubiquitous color. Image A parade of pink on display at the Museum of the Fashion Institute of Technology.CreditCreditJackie Molloy for The New York Times Sept. 5, 2018 Pink packs a punch. The once playful tint of fragile…

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Rx for British Doctors: Use Plain English Instead of Latin

LONDON — Doctors have long been chided for their seemingly unintelligible handwriting. Now, they are being urged to drop the Latin. In an effort to improve written communication with patients, an initiative unveiled this week by the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges — which represents 250,000 doctors in Britain — is encouraging doctors to ditch…

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ELLE Is Taking Over NYC This Fashion Week

ELLE Advertisement — Continue Reading Below Here at ELLE, we believe fashion should be empowering, inclusive, and personal, just like our readers. And to celebrate all that ELLE embodies during our favorite time of year, Fashion Week, we’re taking it to the streets. Gallery Stock If you’re in New York City this week you’ll see…

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Here’s a Cheap Way to Fight Drug Misuse: Send Doctors a Sharp Letter

Of course, not every inappropriate medical practice has the same high stakes. Several researchers mentioned the overuse of M.R.I.s for lower back pain as the sort of thing that would be nice to change with a nudge. But no one dies of an M.R.I. overdose. There are also risks that the strategy’s success could become…

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What to Cook: What to Cook Right Now

Good morning. Time of wonder, Robert McCloskey called it: summer defined by place and weather and light. You might get a good peach out of it, some terrific corn, a few excellent tomatoes. I’ve had a lot of those, these last few weeks, and it’s made for maybe the best no-recipe cooking of the year.…

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the sweet spot: I’m Grieving My Husband. Do I Need to Grieve My In-Laws, Too?

Advertisement the sweet spot As she prepares to remarry, a reader wonders how her relationship with her late husband’s family will change. Image CreditCreditHeidi Younger By Cheryl Strayed and Steve Almond Sept. 5, 2018 Dear Sugars, I’m a 41-year-old widow. Before my husband died unexpectedly a couple of years ago, he told his parents that…

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How to Retire in Your 30s With $1 Million in the Bank

Carl Jensen experienced what he calls “the awakening” sometime around 2012. He was a software engineer in a suburb of Denver, writing code for a medical device. The job was high-pressure: He had to document every step for the Food and Drug Administration, and a coding error could lead to harm or death for patients.…

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Airport Security Trays Carry More Cold Germs Than Toilets, Study Finds

LONDON — Airport security is there to protect you, but it may also give you the sniffles — or worse. To all the places and surfaces we’ve been warned are teeming with germs or bacteria — your pets, the subway seat, airplane cabins, the A.T.M. — add the airport security tray. The plastic trays —…

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