Ann Honor, Patrick Kozak

Dr. Ann Honor and Dr. Patrick Michael Kozak were married Sept. 28. John R. Charlet, a civil celebrant in Richmond, Va., solemnized the marriage in the winery at Seven Oaks Farm, a vineyard and events space in Greenwood, Va. The bride and groom met in Charlottesville, Va., at the University of Virginia, from which each…

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Seton Hartnett, Luke O’Brien

Seton Elizabeth Hartnett and Luke James O’Brien were married Sept. 28 at the Church of St. Francis Xavier in New York. The Rev. Eugene Squeo, a Roman Catholic priest and friend of the bride’s family, performed the ceremony. Next month, Mrs. O’Brien, 27, is to join the New York office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher,…

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Aaron Kurosu, Gregory Henselman

Aaron Kurosu and Gregory Frank Henselman were married Sept. 28 in a self-uniting outdoor ceremony at Gunnison Point Overlook, which is at the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park in Colorado. Mr. Kurosu (left), 30, is a Ph.D. candidate in experimental psychology at Princeton. His research examines the interface of sensation, perception and industrial…

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Johanna Byer, James Adcock

Johanna Frances Byer and James Samuel Adcock were married Sept. 28 at the Oaks, the bride’s family home in Indian Hill, Ohio. Robert D. Bauer, a friend of the couple who became a Universal Life minister for the occasion, officiated. Mrs. Adcock, 32, works in Los Angeles as a senior vice president of film and…

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The Tide is High (Really), but Debbie Harry is Staying Put

For decades, Debbie Harry has been saving her fan art, hundreds of versions of that familiar siren face, rendered by admirers of all talents. There are children’s drawings in markers and crayons (“Happy Birthday Debbie Love Miyuki”) and ink portraits by skilled illustrators. There are dolls and T-shirts, works on canvas, wood and in mosaic.…

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25 Apple Dessert Recipes Our Readers Love

Cinnamon apple quick bread with apple cider glaze (above) is one of many delicious apple desserts you can tackle this weekend. Try a crumble or a crisp, bake them in a pie or on their own, or get the kids in the kitchen to help with the candied version.

Get the Rings and Get Married, Even Before Leaving the Jewelry Store

First came one-stop shopping, and now, from a jewelry retailer based in Kansas City, Mo., comes one-stop marrying. Helzberg Diamonds is offering a service starting Oct. 2 that gives couples who buy wedding rings at any of its 216 stores nationwide an opportunity to be married by sales associates recently ordained — with Helzberg’s blessings…

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How Runners Can Stay Visible as the Daylight Hours Shrink

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. Dear Readers, Now that it’s officially fall in the United States and the hours of daylight available for running are getting shorter,…

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Debbie Does Dress

Roberta Bayley was a 19-year-old freshman at San Francisco State University when she bought a bubble gum pink jersey tank minidress for just over £2 (about $5 at the time) from the catalog of Biba, the London emporium that trafficked in 1930s glamour. When Ms. Bayley moved to New York City in 1975, the Biba…

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Medical News Today: Strong link found between chronic headache and back pain

A review of 14 studies found that people with persistent headache or back pain were twice as likely to experience the other disorder as well. New research finds a strong association between headaches and lower back pain. Chronic headaches and persistent back pain are both debilitating conditions. New findings suggest a link between the two,…

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