Anna Wintour Removed Her Sunglasses for This

It’s not often something is such a spectacle that Anna Wintour, the artistic director of Condé Nast, takes off her sunglasses. But even she needed bare eyes Thursday to take in the auditorium of the Al Hirschfeld Theater in Times Square, which has been transformed into a fin-de-siècle Parisian nightclub for “Moulin Rouge! The Musical.”…

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11 Things to Get From Miami Swim Week’s Online Shop

SERICHAI TRAIPOOM With more than 40 runway shows, activations, and designer culinary experiences hosted by top brands, Paraiso Miami Beach officially took over what was once known as Miami Swim Week earlier this month. At Paraiso Bungalow, a new pop up double decker shop overlooking the beach, locals and visitors were able to shop collections…

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Prince Harry Plans 2 Children ‘Maximum,’ for the Sake of the Planet

LONDON — Months after Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, welcomed their newborn son, the prince, one of the most prominent young fathers in Britain, again had some baby news. It’s not what you might expect. In an interview published this week, he made it clear that he and his wife plan to have…

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Swae Lee Sleeps With His Jewelry On

Swae Lee, half of the hip-hop duo Rae Sremmurd, has been stepping out on his own. After teaming with such disparate artists as French Montana (“Unforgettable”), Post Malone (“Sunflower”) and Madonna (“Crave”), he is set to release his second solo album. He has also been honing a signature style, beyond his mop-top dreads and elaborate…

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Celebrate Filipino Food

Good morning. Our Ligaya Mishan has a beautiful article in The Times today about the Filipina food writer Doreen Gamboa Fernandez, who died in 2002 but whose work is right now inspiring a new generation of cooks and restaurateurs. “She revolutionized Filipino food,” Ligaya wrote, “simply by treating it as what it is: a cuisine.”…

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Trump Administration Proposes Allowing Drug Imports for Cheaper Prescriptions

The Trump administration said on Wednesday that it was taking steps to make it easier for less expensive prescription drugs to be imported from other countries, particularly Canada, a move that has long been supported by progressives but has encountered fierce opposition from the pharmaceutical industry. Under the plan, the administration said it would propose…

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Jerk Chicken So Good I’ve Been Making It Every Summer for 25 Years

The one and only summer I went to sleepaway camp, I bunked with these ferocious girls from Morris County, in New Jersey, who wore tubes of grape-scented Lip Smacker lip gloss on lanyards that hung from their necks and who hogged the bank of bathroom mirrors blow-drying their hair every afternoon before dinner. The one…

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The Tools for Covering Tech Are the Same as in 2009

How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? John Herrman, a reporter for the Styles desk who covers the internet, discussed the tech he’s using. What are your most important tech tools for doing your work? I’ve never really taken an inventory like this. It’s kind of…

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The Boxing Champion Who Battles O.C.D.

Virginia Fuchs announced herself to the boxing world at the 2016 United States Olympic Trials, where she twice upset Marlen Esparza, a world champion. In 2017, Fuchs went 18-0. In 2018, she claimed a bronze medal at the world championships by attacking her flyweight opponents, on average, every four seconds during nine minutes of boxing.…

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Is It Time for a Sleep Divorce?

Maybe Lucy and Ricky Ricardo (and the censors) had it right all along: Sleep in your own bed. While most couples consider sharing a bed to be an expression of intimacy and togetherness, research show there may be grounds for sleeping separately — like the bedroom scenes in the 1950s TV show “I Love Lucy,”…

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