Hungry City: Where the Grill Pan Awaits

Doraon 1.5 Dak Galbi in Flushing, Queens, specializes in dak galbi, a spicy chicken stir-fry cooked on a pan set at the center of your table. (In South Korea, dak galbi restaurants have been known to hand out aprons before a meal, to protect their customers’ clothing.)

‘Billions,’ ‘Succession’ and the Making of Wealth Porn

Two years ago, Aidan Sleeper needed to find an apartment. Sleeper, the locations manager for “Billions,” returning Sunday for its fourth season on Showtime, scouted more than 100 places that list for tens of millions of dollars, but he couldn’t find the right one. “It was impossible,” he said. The apartment wasn’t for his own…

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Flashing Lights and Sounds Improve Memory and Learning Skills in Mice

A scan of a mouse’s brain showing that some Alzheimer’s-like plaques dissipated after the mouse saw flashing lights and heard clicking sounds. Video by Picower Institute for Learning and Memory, M.I.T.Credit Could people’s eyes and ears help fix the damage Alzheimer’s disease does to the brain? Just by looking at flashing light and listening to…

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Wines of The Times: Aglianico in Its Own Right

Wines made from the aglianico grape were virtually unknown to much of the world just 25 years ago. They have made great progress since. Now they are merely unappreciated. That may sound like faint headway for a red wine with structure, lively acidity and the ability to age and evolve. Perhaps it is worth trying…

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Social Q’s: My Boyfriend Wants to Sleep In. So What?

I have lived with my roommates for three years. We’re close. For three months, I’ve been dating a guy I’m excited about. I overheard one of my roommates making snarky comments about how much time I spend with him. (She’s never met him, even when she had the chance.) The breaking point: She and I…

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Ovarian cancer: New drug may prevent recurrence

New research in mice identifies a compound that prevents ovarian cancer recurrence by eradicating the cancer stem-like cells that conventional chemotherapy leaves behind. New findings could change the face of ovarian cancer treatment. According to the National Cancer Institute, there were over 22,000 new cases of ovarian cancer in the United States in 2018. More…

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Unbuttoned: The Mess of Modern Power Dressing

What does female power dressing look like today? As Theresa May fights for her political life and agenda in a bright red jacket and statement necklace, strict black suits and pearls, and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez exerts a magnetic force in a shoulder-pad-less white shirt and plain skirt at SXSW, it’s hard not to wonder. The struggle…

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What Do Womxn Want?

Image CreditMargaret Riegel In late 2016, shortly after the election of Donald Trump, feminists in Seattle met to discuss their branch of the Women’s March. The march’s name, which would be printed on all the local promotion materials, soon came up as something that could be updated. “Our organizing group is superdiverse, and one of…

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36 Hours: 36 Hours in St. Barts

Arriving in St. Barts can feel like a near-death experience: A pilot’s hand tugs an overhead lever and the puddle-jumper noses down sharply, the crest of a hillside dotted with red-roofed villas suddenly visible through the open cockpit door. Moments later, the plane sails just above the tourists perched on the ridge below, and then…

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6 Surprising Reasons Why You’re Still Single

If you are absolutely unlucky in your personal life, do not blame the surrounding people or force majeure circumstances for your failure. It is better to start with yourself, so think about whether you are doing everything to change the situation. Geniusbeauty.com talked to psychologists and identified the main reasons why you are still single.…

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