8 Gifts for the People In Your Life Who Are Always Outdoors

If you identify as a summer person, it may be hard to believe that there are people out there who really, truly love the cold. This season, help the snowbirds on your holiday shopping list lean into their affinity for the elements with these winter-ready gifts they’ll use straight through April—whether they’re hiking in the…

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Everyone But You Is On Vacation Right Now

Vacations have the power to turn us into new people. And not just in the philosophical sense, but when it comes to style, too. In the season two finale of Succession, even staunch minimalist Shiv Roy exchanged her neutral trousers and turtlenecks for a Delft-blue bathing suit and a superyacht-size straw hat. And Rihanna, never…

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Veronika at Fotografiska Comes Into Focus

Headliner Veronika at Fotografiska There’s a ground-floor cafe in the new Swedish photography center and museum, Fotografiska New York, in a stately landmark Renaissance Revival building in the Flatiron district. But when it comes to food and drink, the main attraction is the spacious second-floor restaurant whose name is inspired by the patron saint of…

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Twilight of the Schlubs

On Monday, with a single Instagram post, another beloved schlub disappeared behind a set of muscles. Kumail Nanjiani, best known for playing the most endearing of the nerds on “Silicon Valley” and the romantic lead in the film “The Big Sick,” shared an image of himself in which he looked significantly, well, stronger, than he…

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8 Ways Restaurants Have Changed in the Past Decade

Recently, I asked Twitter to help make sense of the American restaurant scene, 2010 to 2019. OK all my Zeitgeist-surfing food media friends: What the hell WAS the past decade in restaurants all about? Sum it up so I don’t have to write a 2000 word essay about it. — Pete Wells (@pete_wells) December 6,…

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Sienna Miller and Anna Wintour Celebrate ‘American Woman’

Sienna Miller strode into the Metrograph theater on the Lower East Side last Thursday night, looking every inch the movie star in head-to-toe Gucci. She embraced Anna Wintour, the Vogue editor, who was hosting a screening of “American Woman.” In the independent film, Ms. Miller plays a working-class mother in Pennsylvania whose teenage daughter disappears.…

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Male scientists more likely to present findings positively

A recent analysis of gender differences in research reporting has found that female scientists are less likely to use positive language to frame their findings than their male counterparts. Share on PinterestThere are some key gender differences in the way that scientists present their findings. Clinical articles with male first or last authors were more…

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The Best Gifts to Get Everyone on Your List, Based on Their Personality

In the midst of the holiday rush, you might be tempted to buy the same generic scarf in 10 colors and consider your list crossed off. But if you’re going to bother giving gifts at all, it actually doesn’t take that much effort to get everyone something they’ll appreciate (and use) so much more. The…

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Ken Heyman, 89, Dies; Collaborative Photographer With a Singular Eye

Ken Heyman, a leading photographer who worked with Margaret Mead, shot scores of assignments for Life magazine, collaborated with President Lyndon B. Johnson and endlessly sought new, revelatory ways of seeing the world, died on Dec. 10 at his home in Manhattan. He was 89. His daughter Jennifer McCarthy confirmed his death. Mr. Heyman first…

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What Happens When a Fitness Chain Opens a Restaurant?

Wasn’t it Sartre who said “Hell is other people’s workout music?” I know, it didn’t sound quite right to me, either, but I was having trouble concentrating as I looked around Electric Lemon, the restaurant on the 24th floor of the Equinox Hotel in Hudson Yards. As you probably guessed, the Equinox Hotel is owned…

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