Kathleen Temrowski, Daniel Meyering

Kathleen Sands Temrowski and Daniel Everett Meyering were married Sept. 22 at the Jam Handy, an event space in Detroit. E. M. Allen, a friend of the couple who became a Universal Life minister for the event, officiated. The bride, 28, is a senior software engineer for Intersection, an Alphabet company, in New York. She…

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Eri Tagaya, Jason Riback

Eri Tagaya and Jason Alan Riback were married Sept. 22 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. Rabbi Rebecca Gutterman officiated. The bride, who is 34 and works remotely from San Francisco, is the chief of staff to the head of oncology at Humana, a health care company based in Louisville, Ky. She graduated from…

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This Week In Parties

1 of 17 Courtesy Angela Sarafyan Harry Winston, Inc. unveiled its New York Collection on Thursday evening with a star-studded event held at the world-renowned Rainbow Room in New York City. Advertisement — Continue Reading Below 2 of 17 Courtesy Camila Coelho Harry Winston, Inc. unveiled its New York Collection on Thursday evening with a…

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Justin Theroux Is on the Prowl

Justin Theroux was crouched in the passenger seat of a black Chevrolet Suburban creeping through the Lower East Side of Manhattan, looking exactly like you would expect Justin Theroux to look, wearing a black T-shirt, gold aviators and a black Wu-Tang cap pulled low. It was around 11:30 p.m. on a sweltering Wednesday in August,…

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Mini-Vows: Good Design With a Mix of Chemistry

Caroline Baumann and John Stewart Malcolmson were married Sept. 17 under the Buckminster Fuller Dome at LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton, N.Y. Nina Mehta, a friend of the couple who became a Universal Life minister for this event, officiated. Ms. Baumann, 52, is the director of the Cooper Hewitt, the Smithsonian design museum in New…

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Mini-Vows: It Took 35 Years to Realize They’ve Always Been in the Same Room

Linara Jineé Davidson and Henry Lawson Greenidge were married Sept. 22 at the Episcopal Cathedral of St. John the Divine in Manhattan. The Rev. Patti Welch, a Lutheran minister and a canon at the cathedral, performed the ceremony, with the Rev. Michael A. Walrond Jr., a Baptist minister, taking part. Mrs. Greenidge, 36, is the…

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Medical News Today: The Mediterranean diet reduces stroke risk, too

In the largest study of its type, scientists conclude that adhering to the Mediterranean diet might reduce the risk of stroke. The benefits are particularly pronounced for women over 40. Is reducing stroke risk another benefit of the Mediterranean diet? When it comes to alleged health benefits, the Mediterranean diet fares incredibly well. Increasing one’s…

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Bites: A Prague Restaurant Celebrates Classic Dishes With a Novel Approach

“Kuchyn is a place where people choose with their eyes first and then their nose,” Marek Janouch said. Mr. Janouch is head chef at the latest Prague venture from Ambiente, the group behind Michelin-starred La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise and a host of other restaurants around the city that have been elevating Prague’s food scene. He…

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Check In: From Bobbi Brown, a Boutique Hotel in New Jersey

Rates From $249 a night. The Basics The George, in the New York City suburb of Montclair, N.J., is a collaboration between Bobbi Brown, the founder of the beauty line Bobbi Brown Cosmetics, and her husband, Steven Plofker, a real estate developer. The 32-room property, open since April 1, was originally built in 1902 as…

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Medical News Today: ‘Gut feeling’ may be a hardwired ‘sixth sense’

A new study, published in the journal Science, has found that the process through which the gut communicates with the brain is much quicker than previously believed, relying on synapses more than it does on hormones. Nerves before an important meeting can make us feel sick, and now, new research helps us understand why. Over…

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