How Nico Tortorella of the Television Series ‘Younger’ Spends Sundays

Since Nico Tortorella landed the role of Josh on TV Land’s “Younger” in 2015, they’ve been juggling creative projects while using the platform to be vocal about sex, sexuality and LGBTQ+ advocacy. Last year, Tortortella released a collection of poetry, entitled “All of It Is You,” just weeks before marrying their longtime partner, fitness instructor…

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What are the best natural treatments for PCOS?

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Anti-Age Lifting-Makeup Tips

Anti-age makeup is able to work wonders and make you look brighter and 5-10 years younger. It will not take much of your time. However, to master this technique, you should know its peculiarities and rules. Womendialogue.com decided to figure out the secrets of a perfect lifting-makeup. If you think that lifting-makeup is for 50+,…

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Fry Some Eggplant Before the Season Is Done

Roasted and grilled eggplants are all well and good, but nothing beats the crisp skin and burnished flesh of eggplant that’s been fried. Frying eggplant isn’t something I’ll do very often, and rarely on a weeknight. But every once in a while, when the urge to eat an entire platter of salty, soft-centered fried eggplant…

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Your First Look at Giambattista Valli x H&M’s Full Collection

Giambattista Valli is all about making an entrance, whether it’s gowns in eye-catching prints, or a mini dress with an unforgettable train. So, it’s no surprise that to debut his collaboration with H&M, he tapped Kendall Jenner, Chiara Ferragni, and H.E.R. to show off dresses from his limited-edition drop at the epic amfAR gala during…

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That Music You’re Dancing To? It’s Code

On a computer, Sonic Pi looks like any other coding language. It’s a mess of numbers, parentheticals, punctuation marks and keywords, splattered over an LCD screen. But offscreen — and through a set of quality speakers — those keystrokes produce music you might dance to on a Friday night. Some artists have eschewed traditional acoustic…

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Baratunde Thurston’s Work Diary: At the Intersection of Tech, Race and Society

Since publishing “How to Be Black,” his best-selling 2012 satirical memoir about black identity in America, Baratunde Thurston has built himself into a one-man multimedia company. In recent years, his thoughts on race and technology have powered email newsletters (“Recommentunde,” with tips about what to read and stream), podcasts (“Spit,” about the surprising implications of…

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Take It to 11

Good morning. I’ve spent the week making like Danny Meyer, the restaurateur, who many nights makes it his business to visit the dining rooms he maintains across the city, even as his Shake Shack empire expands across the nation. Of course I don’t own any restaurants. (That would be hilarious.) But this week The Times…

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Sichuan Food, Bracing and Measured, in Brooklyn

At Birds of a Feather in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, a bowl of slippery, feather-light pork won tons in chile oil has a red ring suspended around its edge that, to the spice-averse, may look like a warning. But the heat arrives gently, the oil used sparingly in a special sauce that’s more sweet and tangy than…

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Natalie Portman Shoots for the Stars and Loses Her Mind

As a kid with a precocious mind for science — she made it to the Intel competition semifinals in high school, after all — Natalie Portman dreamed of becoming an astronaut. But acting eventually grounded her among less celestial stars. So the role of Lucy Cola, whose encounter with the vastness of the universe during…

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