Cartier Embraces The Natural World With Latest High Jewelry Collection

After months in lockdown in New York, simple pleasures like sun, water, wildflowers feel all the more precious. That’s just what the master jewelers at Cartier had in mind for their latest high jewelry collection, [Sur] Naturel. Cartier’s Panthere Tropicale Timepiece Cartier With the goal of «freeing nature from reality’s constraints,» artisans looked to all…

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Love Letter: Confessions of a Hopeful Romantic

Online dating can be hard for just about anyone, but looking for love online can present different challenges for Black women. In this week’s Modern Love essay, Loré Yessuff, a writer who spends her days helping digital daters around the world find love using the dating app she works for, struggles with her own feelings…

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You’re a Senior. How Do You Calculate Coronavirus Risk Right Now?

What to do about Lake Placid? For weeks, Dave and Nancy Nathan had been debating whether to proceed with a long-planned family trip to a lodge there next month, marking his 80th birthday. “It looked dreamy, mountains and lakes,” said Nancy, 74. Besides, they hadn’t gathered their clan — three daughters and their families, a…

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Cold Cuts, Cheeses and So Many Smiles

Isaia Mattia Crosson and Anne Herndon Keffer met in 2018 when they were the first to arrive at their friends’ Upper West Side apartment in Manhattan for Christmas Day brunch. “I was in charge of cold cuts,” said Mr. Crosson, who is Italian and usually spent the holidays with his maternal family in Lodi, Italy.…

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The Best Under-$75 Finds From Madewell’s Sale

You, my friend, are in luck. Madewell is currently taking an extra 40 percent off its sale section with the promo code «GIANT» and the savings are, well, giant. The timing for these extremely generous markdowns couldn’t be better. I mean, we could all use a little something to feel jazzed about these days. (We…

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A Timeless Tomato Tart

This spring, as shoppers searched shelves for yeast and flour, heirloom tomatoes were just beginning their journey. Their seeds were buried and reliably took root. With water, sunlight and good soil, the plants bore fruit, offering a timely reminder to us all on the importance of nourishment and care. Heirloom tomatoes illustrate a connection to…

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A New Sticker Aims to Signal Safe Dining in the Pandemic

You recognize the New York City health department letter grade in the restaurant window, and maybe even the Michelin seal. Now, you might also want to look for a blue-and-white sticker that says “Safe Eats.” The sticker represents membership in a new nonprofit organization of the same name, introduced Thursday, that has set standards for…

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What’s Better Than Caramelized Onions? Caramelized Peppers

Is there a pepper lover among us who doesn’t swoon at the thought of a darkly roasted red bell: velvety, caramelized and dripping with juice? Whether curled over crostini or draped onto some kind of tangy cheese, roasted peppers are the most crowd-pleasing way to enjoy the sweet summer vegetable (which, like a tomato, is…

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Live Coronavirus Cases Updates

Here’s what you need to know: ImageScreening a possible coronavirus patient at a drive-through testing site  in Los Angeles on Thursday.Credit…Bryan Denton for The New York Times The U.S. shatters its daily case record for the 11th time in a month. As clashes over face-covering mandates and school reopening plans intensified throughout the United States,…

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Paired During a Medical Rotation, and Then in Life

Dr. Charles Murphy was one of the first physicians in New York State to treat the initial wave of patients who tested positive for Covid-19. This was in early March at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center, where Dr. Murphy, a 33-year-old pulmonary and critical care fellow, worked with Dr. Nina Suda, a 33-year-old endocrinology fellow.…

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