Jalen Rose’s N.B.A. Finals Diary: ‘I Can’t Wait for the Game’

Even in a pandemic, Jalen Rose gets his hair cut about twice a week. He likes to look sharp when he’s on TV, and these days, he and his well-groomed head are highly visible. From the basement of his house in Connecticut, the ESPN analyst and former N.B.A. player tapes “Jalen & Jacoby,” his afternoon…

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Biotech Industry Pushes Trump Administration to Release New Vaccine Guidelines

WASHINGTON — President Trump’s recent suggestion that the White House may not approve stricter criteria for the emergency authorization of any coronavirus vaccine is causing growing angst within the biotech industry, whose trade organization is calling on the Department of Health and Human Services to quickly publish the guidelines and make them available to the public.…

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Loewe’s Spring-Summer Collection Belongs In A Museum

While some designers understandably phoned it in this season, Jonathan Anderson did not went all in. His spring-summer collection for Loewe brings new meaning to gallery girls. Each piece looks as if it belongs in a museum, and the art world is one that Anderson is familiar with. Since 2015, Anderson has worked with artist…

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Salty-Sweet Chicken

Hello and welcome to Five Weeknight Dishes, recipes for busy people who still want something good to eat. We have reached a milestone: There are now more than 1 million subscribers to this newsletter, 1 million of us who are on this shared journey to cook our way through this crazy time. I appreciate you,…

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Will President Trump Get Antibody Treatments for Covid-19?

The news that President Trump and the first lady, Melania Trump, have tested positive for the coronavirus has raised the question of whether they will be treated with experimental drugs for Covid-19. There are no approved treatments for Covid-19, but two of the most promising candidates, antibody treatments developed by Eli Lilly and Regeneron, are…

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The 25 Best Gifts College Students Will Actually Appreciate

Courtesy Shopping, in general, is an obstacle in itself. But shopping for college is an entirely different beast. You spend weeks bookmarking items to purchase for their new dorm or apartment, yet somehow end up forgetting something they need. Bed sheets and oatmeal are essential, but there are a slew of other important items every…

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I’m a Ghostwriter for a ‘Thought Leader.’ Boo!

Send questions about the office, money, careers and work-life balance to workfriend@nytimes.com. Include your name and location, or a request to remain anonymous. Letters may be edited. Bye-bye byline I work for a small, progressive nonprofit as the only full-time communications person. My boss wants to be more of a “thought leader” on issues of…

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Twice the Cooking, but Boundless Flavor

Being of a practical nature, I’m loath to cook something twice if once will suffice. But there are exceptions, and the supple, silky eggplant in this elegant swordfish dish is one of them. My plan was to cook cubes of late-season eggplant until they collapsed into a velvety heap — each piece barely maintaining its…

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The Very Right-Now Allure of Going to Extremes

A monumental Brutalist casino on the Lido. An empty piazza in front of an even emptier beach, spotted with abandoned cabanas. Billowing smoke and hard core disco strains. Also a stream of masked women in thigh-high boots and trigger-finger hot pants, black shadows of capes at their backs and jackets with shoulders like flying buttresses…

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Not Far From Mulholland Drive, Love Bloomed

Erika Anderson and Richard Butler fell in love the way people do in the movies. Ms. Anderson, a 56-year-old actress and model with IconicFocus Models in New York, and Mr. Butler, a 64-year-old singer and artist, were married Sept 16 before Mayor Lee Kyriacou at City Hall in Beacon, N.Y. They also had a celebration…

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