WARHOL’S LEGACY: Show Us Your Warhol!

By the mid-1970s, the era of bohemian debauchery that once defined Andy Warhol’s Factory — the artist’s downtown Manhattan studio and offices — was over. It was now time to pay the ballooning bills — for film and video projects; for his magazine, Interview; for real estate purchases — even as sales of his own…

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Does Wellness Begin in the Bedroom?

Image An advertisement for Hers birth control pills. Last year, the subway stations of New York and the feeds of Instagram were plastered with cheeky ads with slumped cactuses that offered a tantalizing proposition. They promoted a new service offering guys — young, yuk-yuk millennial guys — solutions to the kind of problems it’s easier…

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Unbuttoned: Why Voting Is in Fashion

Image Rock the Vote tees by, from left, Tory Burch, $70; Carolina Herrera, $120; and Prabal Gurung Rock , $100. In August, Dahna Goldstein, a 44-year-old entrepreneur and mother of one, was feeling frustrated. She was glued to the coming midterm elections, following myriad candidates and the rising tide of disrupters around the country, and…

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Studies Warn Against Minimally Invasive Surgery for Cervical Cancer

Two new studies revealed bad news about minimally invasive surgery for cervical cancer, a widely used procedure performed through small slits in the abdomen instead of a big incision. Compared with the older, open abdominal operation, the minimally invasive approach was more likely to result in recurrence of the cancer and death, researchers found, in…

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Gayle King Has the Spotlight All to Herself

Gayle King doesn’t so much enter a room as envelop it. The day we meet, in early October, the co-host of “CBS This Morning” is wearing pumps in a plaid felt material, like a Scottish kilt, that match her tricycle-red sheath dress. She is 5 foot 10 and carrying an iridescent bucket of a handbag…

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Bust Magazine Is on a Mission

“The blood’s not real,” said a staffer at the Brooklyn headquarters of Bust, the independent, feminist lifestyle magazine and website. Her tattooed and bare arms were streaked with red, as were those of an intern, who quipped, “Just another day at the office.” They had been working on a photo shoot for a Halloween-themed haunted…

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Browsing: How Does the Urban Prairie Girl Do Winter?

We already know that the Urban Prairie Girl ruled summer, in her high necks, apron details and ruffles, making “Amish dowdiness seem a provocative fashion choice,” as noted by another writer in The New York Times. But with temperatures already dipping to 40, how will the U.P.G., whose look centers on calico and gingham, acclimate?…

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Once Paralyzed, Three Men Take Steps Again With Spinal Implant

David Mzee broke his neck in 2010. He was a college student in Zurich at the time, an athlete who enjoyed risk and contact, and he flipped off a trampoline and onto a foam pad. “The foam pad, it didn’t do its job,” he said. Mr. Mzee, now 33, is one of three men who…

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