The Pandemic’s Hidden Victims: Sick or Dying, but Not From the Virus

Maria Kefalas considers her husband, Patrick Carr, a forgotten victim of the coronavirus. In January, Mr. Carr, a sociology professor at Rutgers University, suffered a relapse of the blood cancer that he has had for eight years. Once again, he required chemotherapy to try to bring the disease, multiple myeloma, under control. But this time,…

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Nina Balducci, Who Shaped a Famed Grocery Store, Dies at 91

If you grew up as part of Nina Balducci’s clan, the rhythm of the week was set by meals orchestrated with equal parts panache and tradition. Friday night supper, in keeping with her Roman Catholic faith, was fish. Saturday was steak night. Sunday was pasta and red sauce. And always there was bread, whose wrapper…

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Dating a Friend: For & Against

We hope you never happen to be in such a situation… But no one is safe! You have known each other for a long time, you communicate very often, and all of a sudden there appears passion between the two of you. Should you be head over heels in love? Let’s talk about the pros…

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How to Make One-Pot Pasta With Practically Any Pasta

There’s one thing you can do to make any pasta dish easier, and arguably more satisfying: Cook the pasta and the sauce together in a single pot. The technique hinges on the magic of the starchy cooking water, which is often added to pasta dishes to help the sauce come together. But here, the very…

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Fashion Photographer Peter Beard Has Died at 82

Yves ForestierGetty Images When the photographer Peter Beard approached Iman on the streets of Nairobi, Kenya, to ask if she had ever modeled, the future supermodel thought he was trying out a pickup line on her. Instead, Beard helped kickstart Iman’s long career. In an Instagram post following the news that the photographer had passed…

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‘Gabrielle Chanel and Cinema’ Explores the Designer’s Deep Ties to Hollywood

Gabrielle Chanel was barely ten years old when the first commercial film debuted in 1895. The then new technology would leave an indelible imprint on her mind. Movement was key to Chanel’s vision, with the designer freeing women from their previous sartorial constraints through her use of silk jersey and borrowed-from-the-boys silhouettes. And the Chanel…

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How Fashion Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love TikTok

As Avril Lavigne’s “What the Hell” blares, Charli D’Amelio and three Prada models stride toward the camera. The tune, from 2011, probably qualifies as a golden oldie for D’Amelio, who was about six when it hit the airwaves. The 15-year-old TikTok star was a front-row guest this season at Prada, posting several videos of herself…

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Sirio Maccioni, Whose Le Cirque Drew Manhattan’s Elite, Dies at 88

Sirio Maccioni, a Manhattan restaurateur who made Le Cirque a headquarters for Manhattan’s rich and powerful in the 1980s and ’90s, and put dishes like pasta primavera and crème brûlée on the culinary map, died on Monday in the town where he was born, Montecatini, in Tuscany, Italy. He was 88. His son Mauro confirmed…

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