Bon Appétit Names Amanda Shapiro as Interim Editor

Condé Nast named Amanda Shapiro as the acting deputy director of Bon Appétit on Tuesday, after the swift fall of the magazine’s former editor in chief, Adam Rapoport, who resigned on Monday. Ms. Shapiro, 33, was the editor at Healthyish, a newsletter and digital companion to the magazine, and had recently taken on more editing…

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Bone Drugs May Have Added Benefit: Lower Pneumonia Risk

Osteoporosis drugs such as Fosamax and Actonel may have an additional benefit: A new study suggests they are associated with a reduced risk for pneumonia. Researchers studied the nitrogen-containing bisphosphonates, prescription drugs sold under various brand names for the treatment of osteoporosis. Using a database of patients 50 and older hospitalized for hip fracture, the…

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Flying Was Once Routine. During the Pandemic, It’s a Feat.

FRANKFURT — Last week I stepped aboard the subway in Frankfurt for the first time since February, the start of a 4,000-mile trans-Atlantic journey to rejoin my wife after a three-month separation. The trip to the United States is one I’ve made dozens of times over the quarter-century I’ve lived and worked in Germany. But…

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As Diners Flock to Delivery Apps, Restaurants Fear for Their Future

Before the coronavirus lockdowns, Matt Majesky didn’t take much notice of the fees that Grubhub and Uber Eats charged him every time they processed an order for his restaurant, Pierogi Mountain. But once the lockdowns began, the apps became essentially the only source of business for the barroom restaurant he ran with a partner, Charlie…

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What It Looks Like Inside an Amazon Warehouse Now

KENT, Wash. — After months of being embattled over its response to the coronavirus, Amazon is working to convince the public that its workplaces — specifically, the warehouses where it stores everything from toys to hand sanitizer — are safe during the pandemic. The giant internet retailer has started running television ads that show that…

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Aurora James Is Calling On the Retail Industry to Take the 15 Percent Pledge

Amplifying Black voices involves more than just collectively heralding it in the streets. Indeed, it is a great start, but to really stimulate continuing change and repeal systemic racism in myriad industries, those in positions of power and influence need to put their money where their mouths are. This is what Aurora James was requesting…

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A Juneteenth of Joy and Resistance

Summers are special for African-Americans, a time to reunite with friends, dine alfresco and celebrate Juneteenth, the holiday that remembers the day — June 19, 1865 — when enslaved Africans in Galveston, Texas, learned from Union soldiers that they were free, two years after Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation. Widely considered to be African-Americans’…

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Casa Dani, From a Michelin Chef, to Open in Manhattan West

Headliner Casa Dani The Spanish chef Dani García once had a presence in New York, at Manzanilla on Park Avenue South. It lasted a year. Now, Mr. García, whose restaurant, Dani García in Marbella, Spain, held three Michelin stars before it closed last year, is coming back to Manhattan. His latest effort, Casa Dani, will…

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Anxious About Family Mealtimes? Serve a Buffet

Sarah Kunz of Seattle has been making family dinners for her five children for nearly 25 years. She figured out a formula early on and never deviated from it. “I make one meal and let everyone serve themselves, so every kid chooses which parts of dinner to eat or not.” Recently, Kunz made pasta with…

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