5 New Standout Hotels in American College Towns

When the real estate developer (and former Starwood Hotels & Resorts executive) Paul McGowan was touring colleges with his daughter, he couldn’t find decent accommodations near the schools they visited. So he launched Study Hotels in 2008, with The Study at Yale. A modernist tower in Philadelphia followed, and The Study at University of Chicago…

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Why is my vagina wet?

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The Most Watched Editor at Fashion Week

“It’s literally the most insane fashion week ever,” said Sara Moonves, standing outside her Chinatown apartment one evening during New York Fashion Week waiting for an Uber. Complaints about shuttling from shows in abandoned subway stations on the Lower East Side and former weapons facilities on Park Avenue is basically a prerequisite for working in…

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Black is Back! 4 Ways to Make it Anything But Boring

In the age of IG, as the fashion flock competes for one another’s eyes (electric-hued paillettes! head-to-toe tie-dye! pastel plumage!), standing out from the pack may seem like a lost cause. But perhaps making a mark on streets and screens alike doesn’t have to be so difficult (or downright dizzying). Rather than piling on clashing…

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Weeknight Delicious

Good morning. I had a funny conversation with Melissa Clark and Julia Moskin last week, about weeknight cooking. Melissa was going on merrily about how she gathers her family around her after work, listens to music, drinks wine, cuts up a bunch of vegetables and roasts them, has dinner on the table with a big…

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Forever 21 Has Officially Filed For Bankruptcy

Forever 21’s financial woes have entered a new chapter. On Sunday, the fast fashion retailer issued a letter to its customers announcing that the company would officially file for bankruptcy. Reports that the brand would file began in late August when rumors loomed that the company was contemplating a debtor-in-possession loan. Forever 21 did end…

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Kara Walker Takes a Monumental Jab at Britannia

LONDON — The Queen Victoria Memorial, centerpiece of the plaza that fronts Buckingham Palace, is possibly the most bombastic of this city’s monuments to British grandeur. Beside Victoria, queen and empress, glowering toward the Mall, is a cascade of allegorical statuary representing Courage and Constancy, Truth and Justice, Manufacture and Agriculture, Peace and Progress, and…

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Menopause symptom may trigger brain fog in breast cancer survivors

A new study suggests that night sweats could have a negative impact on cognitive function in women who sleep for longer periods and who have a history of breast cancer. New research suggests that night sweats can impact cognition in menopausal women who have had breast cancer. Lead study author John Bark and colleagues from…

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Intensive Care: What Makes a ‘Good’ Parent?

Last year when Patrick Ishizuka published a parenting study, he set off another round of discussion about what we call good parenting, and who is able to do it. The study looked at the results of a nationally representative survey in which parents were presented with fictional vignettes about elementary school-aged children; alternate responses suggested…

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Keeping an Older Dog Vibrant

As Max the First neared his 17th birthday, we knew his days were numbered. He approached the wrong side of the door to go out and often started to pee in the vestibule, a common sign of cognitive impairment. Long walks — and sometimes any walks — were now out of the question. But not…

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