Cassandra Siegel, Alex Neubauer

Cassandra Leigh Siegel and Alex Harrison Neubauer were married Jan. 12 at the Pierre Hotel in New York. Rabbi Peter J. Rubinstein, a friend of the bride’s family, officiated. Mrs. Neubauer, 29, is finishing her final year at N.Y.U. School of Law, and has accepted an offer to work in the real estate transactional group…

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5 Reasons to Say No to Sex on the First Date

Our grandmothers and great-grandmothers had an iron rule – never kiss on the first date. Times change. The crazy rhythm of life and the appearance of date apps like Tinder dictate new rules. Nowadays even sex on the first date is not rare. In fact, sex on the first date is not the best solution.…

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15 Things Wives Want to Know but Won’t Ask

If we consider how many subjects husbands and wives would rather shun, they could make a long list. While two people live together, they can discuss meals, movies, and arrangements for parties freely – yet topics keep springing up that spouses feel could make their lives skating on thin ice. Men know the main danger…

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Who Is MacKenzie Bezos?

In her 25 years of marriage to Jeff Bezos, MacKenzie Bezos has been a loyal ambassador for Amazon, the company that made her and her husband the richest couple in the world. She was an integral part of its origin story, driving to Seattle in 1994 while Mr. Bezos sat in the passenger seat, working…

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How We Apologize Now

To be famous in 2019 one must possess (in addition to talent, or at least popularity) a patina of authenticity and a willingness to admit wrongdoing. Also: an iPhone. Lady Gaga makes for a perfect case study. On Thursday, she sent an apologetic message to her more than 77 million Twitter followers. The singer wanted…

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Their Warhols Are at the Whitney. Their Ugly Divorce Is on Display, Too.

Over the weekend before the Fourth of July last year, David and Libbie Mugrabi, an art-world power couple known for their enormous collection of Warhols, hosted a dinner party for about 15 business associates, some of whom were also staying over at their lavis­­h nine-bedroom estate in the Hamptons. Ms. Mugrabi said she retired around…

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Medical News Today: Common pain relievers may worsen C. difficile infection

A study finds that certain pain relievers may promote Clostridium difficile infection. The results may help improve the management of the condition and its symptoms. Clostridium difficile infection is relatively common and can be serious. Clostridium difficile, also called C. difficile or C. diff, is a bacterium that causes inflammation of the colon. This health…

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Medical News Today: Osteoporosis breakthrough: Bone mass increased by 800 percent

A groundbreaking set of studies has found that blocking certain receptors in the brain leads to the growth of remarkably strong bones. Could a new osteoporosis treatment be on the horizon? Osteoporosis most commonly affects older women. Primarily a disease of old age, osteoporosis can cause bones to become gradually weaker. Over time, bones become…

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Lab Severs Ties With James Watson, Citing ‘Unsubstantiated and Reckless’ Remarks

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory revoked the honorary titles held by its longtime leader James D. Watson on Friday, describing as “unsubstantiated and reckless” his recent remarks about genetic differences in intelligence among racial groups. Dr. Watson, one of the most influential scientists of the 20th century, had apologized after making similar comments to a British…

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