Alison Roman’s Tangy Sheet-Pan Chicken Is #1

This weekend, make Alison Roman’s vinegar chicken with crushed olive dressing (above) — our most popular recipe right now — Parmesan white bean soup, linguine with clam sauce or any of recipes in the collection below.

Jumbo Shrimp and Lobster Tails: D.C.’s Fund-Raising Hot Spots

WASHINGTON — Night after night in Washington, you can find lobbyists and deep-pocketed donors plowing through chafing-dish chow at political fund-raisers held at the city’s hot spots, like James Beard-awarded outposts and waterfront behemoths. Filings with the Federal Election Commission, in which federal candidates report campaign financial activity, show what a big business it is.…

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The Sexist Undertones of Wedding Marketing

Laurie Vazquez, a 36-year-old marketing manager in New York City, had decided to keep her last name after she got married in June. But not everyone seemed to be on board with these plans. Before and after the wedding, the Knot, an app she used to plan and share memories with family and friends, and…

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Medical News Today: What tone of voice do teenagers prefer to hear?

For children, a parent’s tone of voice can make all the difference to their emotions and responses. A recent study found that teens are far less likely to respond to their mother if she uses a «controlling» tone of voice. A new study looks at the role that tone of voice plays when communicating with…

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‘Magical Chemistry’ Quick-Brewed in a Coffee Shop

Michelle Angulo and Staff Sgt. Maxamillian Alexander Dutton were married Oct. 2 at Waterfront Park in Alexandria, Va. The Rev. Jeffrey L. Maszal, a United Church of Christ minister, officiated. The bride, 29, is a foreign service officer at the State Department in Washington. She is serving at the United States Embassy in Cairo. She…

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They Believed in Each Other

Demetrice Deshay Elmore and Joseph Joy LeMieux are to be married Oct. 6. Grady D. King, a minister of the Church of Christ, is to officiate at the San Sophia Overlook, an events space at the Telluride Ski and Golf Resort in Telluride, Colo. The bride, 33, is known as Dee and will take her…

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A Classical Duo ‘Nerding Out’ on the Cosmos

Larisa Martinez and Joshua Bell were married Oct. 5 at their home in Mount Kisco, N.Y. David Brooks, a friend of the couple and a New York Times columnist based in Washington who is a Universal Life minister, officiated. The bride, 32, a soprano, is a frequent recital partner of the Italian opera singer Andrea…

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New Yorkers Will Have to Wait for an East River Pool

In 2011, media outlets began heralding a fantastical urban design project to be built in New York. A group of young designers and architects had dreamed up plans for a floating, self-filtering swimming pool on the East River, allowing New Yorkers to swim legally and safely in the polluted waterway for the first time in…

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Why French Montana Wears Robes and Slathers on Baby Oil

French Montana, 34, knows how to hustle. Born in Morocco, raised in the South Bronx and now living in Calabasas, Calif., he made a name for himself with self-released mixtapes, before he collaborated with rappers including Rick Ross, P. Diddy and Drake. On the eve of the release of his third studio album, “Montana,” he…

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Medical News Today: Is this how fructose worsens the effect of high fat diets?

New research on mice adds detail to the potential harms of combining sugar sweetened drinks with a high fat diet. Building on previous findings, that fructose promotes body fat, the latest study shows that fructose sweetened drinks can also disrupt the liver’s ability to burn fat. New research suggests that high levels of fructose in…

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