Pamela Chaliff, Alexander Margolis

Pamela Lauren Chaliff and Alexander Smithberg Margolis were married March 7 at the Foundry at Puritan Mill, an events space in Atlanta. Rabbi Spike Anderson officiated. The couple, both 30, met at Columbia, where each received an M.B.A. They are now management consultants in New York, the bride at Bain & Company, and the groom…

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Ellen Gray, Antoine Ibrahim

Ellen Grace Gray and Antoine Fahmy Ibrahim were married March 7 at the Church of our Saviour in Manhattan. Msgr. Kevin Sullivan performed the ceremony. Mrs. Ibrahim, 34, is the human resources business partner at Droit, a technology firm in Manhattan. She graduated from Princeton and received a master’s in social organizational psychology from Columbia.…

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Blair Warner, Thomas Ciszek

Blair Christine Warner and Thomas Ryan Ciszek are to be married March 8 near Tower 24 on the beach in Santa Monica, Calif. Chris Robinson, a Universal Life minister, is to officiate. On May 18, the couple are to take part in a religious ceremony at St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City. Msgr. Steve Carlson,…

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Gabriella Schwarz, Benjamin Wasserman

Gabriella Anna Schwarz and Benjamin Daniel Wasserman were married March 7 at Central Synagogue in Manhattan. Rabbi Angela Warnick Buchdahl officiated. Ms. Schwarz, 31, is a news lead at Facebook in Manhattan. She graduated from George Washington University and was a 2019 Nieman fellow focusing on the impact of journalism and technology on news consumption…

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Ashley Albrecht, Ryan Morrell

Ashley Alexandra Albrecht and Ryan Francis Morrell were married March 7 at Samsara Gardens in Miami. Angela Thomas, the bride’s sister who became a Universal Life minister for the event, officiated. Mrs. Morrell, 34, works in New York as a senior sales director at Choozle, a digital advertising software platform. She graduated cum laude from…

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China May Be Beating the Coronavirus, at a Painful Cost

BEIJING — As the new coronavirus races around the world, tanking markets, cutting off global travel and suspending school for hundreds of millions of children, governments are desperate for ways to contain it. China, the place where it first appeared, says it has the answers. To the surprise of some, the country that concealed and…

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E.U. Seeks Solidarity as Nations Restrict Medical Exports

Top European Union officials called on Friday for solidarity among member countries in the face of the coronavirus, responding to moves by some nations to restrict exports on equipment that could be used to combat the outbreak. France, Germany and other countries have imposed limits on the export of protective medical equipment, some of which…

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Conversations Toward Romance

Shortly after Rachel Sutton texted Meredith Mechanik and asked her on a third date, Ms. Mechanik texted back and said she no longer wanted a romantic relationship with Ms. Sutton, and hoped instead that they could remain friends. Ms. Sutton (left), who is now 29 and an assistant director of graduate admissions at the University…

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Modern women with heart disease need flexible lifestyle programs

Sophia Antipolis, 8 March 2020: Women with heart disease today need flexible options for lifestyle programmes that fit their busy schedules. That’s the finding of a study published today, International Women’s Day, in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, a journal of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).1 «Women tend to prioritise others before themselves,»…

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