‘Little Shop,’ Big Relief: How One Theater Safely Put on an Indoor Show

WHITEFIELD, N.H. — The last choruses of “Don’t Feed the Plants” reverberated across the mostly empty theater. Shredded paper fell from the lighting grid. The 44 masked ticket holders, meticulously spaced out across the 250 seats, rose for an ovation, then waited for directions about which doorways to use to reduce crowding as they filed…

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Watch Michael Kors Collection’s Spring-Summer 2021 Show Live

Michael Kors Collection premieres its spring-summer 2021 runway show live on Thursday, October 15 at 9:00 AM EST. Watch the brand’s latest collection debut from home, below: This content is imported from Third party. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information,…

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In Atlanta, a ‘Housewives’ Wedding

Cynthia Bailey didn’t know what to expect after her friend Steve Harvey set her up with Mike Hill on a “Dating Game”-style segment of Mr. Harvey’s talk show taped in January 2018. Longtime fans of Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” had already watched her date, get engaged, marry and divorce one man before she…

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Amy Coney Barrett’s Confirmation Hearing Style: What It Means

Almost as soon as Judge Amy Coney Barrett stepped onto the public stage at the largely unmasked Rose Garden ceremony in which President Trump introduced her as his choice to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the T-shirts appeared. Touting the jurist as “The Notorious ACB,” they featured Judge Barrett’s face atop a simple…

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Gadgets Were on the Way Out. Then 2020 Happened.

Gadgets were supposed to be over. Smartphones, tablets and smartwatches cannibalized the weaker devices around them, including cameras, music players, navigation units, fitness trackers and gaming devices. The few tech products that broke through the noise of crowdfunding sites and the crowded field of start-ups were quickly commoditized and undercut on Amazon. The stores that…

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3 Covid-19 Trials Have Been Paused for Safety. That’s a Good Thing.

This week, two high-profile, late-stage clinical trials — Johnson & Johnson’s test of a coronavirus vaccine and Eli Lilly’s study of a Covid-19 drug — were put on pause because of possible safety concerns. Just a month earlier, AstraZeneca’s vaccine trial was paused after two volunteers became seriously ill. Clinical trials experts said these delays…

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Kitchen Essentials for Home Cooks and Food Lovers

Kitchen gadgets and accessories are usually high on the list of most wedding gift registries, but they’re especially in demand these days as couples spend more time preparing meals at home during the coronavirus pandemic. We asked four experienced chefs across the country to share some of their go-to wedding gifts. Here’s a sampling. Molly…

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Having Dementia Doesn’t Mean You Can’t Vote

Edward Kozlowski often told his daughter how his father had walked across Siberia to come to America. Born in Chicago 99 years ago, Mr. Kozlowski grew up on Midwestern farms. He left West Point during World War II to enlist in the Army Air Corps and made four flights over Europe on D-Day. A mechanical…

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The Most Incredible Cauliflower

Good morning. I love Melissa Clark’s new recipe for roasted cauliflower with pancetta, olives and crisp Parmesan (above), a deeply flavorful dish that could become a weeknight go-to for you these next couple of months. I love, too, Yasmin Fahr’s recipe for spicy baked butternut squash pasta with spinach, same deal. But I also know…

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Don’t Grieve Alone. Reach Out.

By Nicole Chung In April, when my adoptive mother began to decline after months of battling cancer, I tried to show my love and let her know I was thinking of her through phone and Skype calls, gifts and handwritten letters. I was managing her finances and helping to coordinate her care, and often felt…

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