Amelia Adams, Andrew Cheever

Amelia Ann Adams and Andrew Hale Cheever were married Dec. 14 at the Pitcher Inn in Warren, Vt. Judge Kimba M. Wood of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York officiated. The bride, 31, will continue to use her name professionally. She is an artist, designer and owner of Tiny…

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Melissa Leifer, Max Bartell

Melissa Brittany Leifer and Max Dylan Bartell were married Dec. 14 by Rabbi Ethan Witkovsky at Temple Emanu-El in Closter, N.J. The couple graduated from Binghamton University, she summa cum laude with degrees in mathematical sciences and business, and he cum laude. Mrs. Bartell, 26, is a program associate focusing on organizational sustainability at UJA…

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Beth Ann Lancaster, Daniel Anderson

Beth Ann Lancaster and Daniel Peter Anderson were married Dec. 14 at the Rainbow Room in New York. The Rev. Deric A. Taylor, a Lutheran minister, officiated. Until August 2018, Mrs. Lancaster-Anderson, 46, worked in New York as an office manager for exchange traded funds at OppenheimerFunds, a unit of the Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance…

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Lip Makeup Tips for Thin Lips

Someone uses lip fillers, others put on lipstick beyond the contour for the lips to look fuller, still others use only a transparent balm because they do not know how to apply lipstick on thin lips properly. We share the secrets of how to make up thin lips so that you do not minimize them,…

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Sophia Hutchins Isn’t Dating Caitlyn Jenner

Keeping up with the new besties in the Kardashian-Jenner entertainment complex can be a full-time job. But even in their social media panopticon, Sophia Hutchins stands apart, and not just because of her ice-goddess looks and self-promotional savvy. Sometime in 2017, tabloid stories began linking Ms. Hutchins to Caitlyn Jenner, first as “friends” and “gal…

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Squeaking Across the Line for the Olympic Marathon Trials

Welcome to the Running newsletter! Every Saturday morning, we email runners with news, advice and some motivation to help you get up and running. Sign up here to get it in your inbox. Dear Readers, When a few hundred runners line up to compete at the U.S. Olympic Marathon trials in Atlanta on Feb. 29,…

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Medical News Today: Study finds ‘strong link’ between vaping and depression

A recent study concludes that people who smoke electronic cigarettes are twice as likely to report clinical depression as those who have never vaped. The correlation was particularly strong among younger people. Share on PinterestA new study identifies a link between vaping and depression. Known as vaping, battery-powered e-cigarettes use heat to deliver an aerosol…

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In Bangkok’s Fragrant Street Food, City Planners See a Mess to Clean

BANGKOK — The coconut wood pestle hits the mortar, and the chili fumes rise in a cough-inducing haze. The lime rind bruises. Salted crab releases its funk, along with bits of claw and carapace. Shreds of green papaya are tossed in, bathed in a blast of fermented fish paste tempered by palm sugar. The smell…

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Virtual Reality Before There Was Virtual Reality

Eric Drysdale opened his silver travel case and, like a magician, unpacked the objects necessary to enter another dimension. Mr. Drysdale was in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, in the back room of City Reliquary, a storefront museum devoted to the history of New York’s five boroughs. He was preparing to host his traveling show,…

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Be a Better Houseguest With These 6 Items

If you’re visiting friends or family for the holidays, one way to not overstay your welcome is to be a great houseguest — and a big part of that is self-sufficiency. That is, not needing to ask your hosts to find you four free outlets so you can charge your devices, or to clear a…

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