After a Pause, the Chef Joseph Ogrodnek Tries His Hand in a Hotel

In 2010, Joseph Ogrodnek turned a sleepy Greenpoint restaurant, Anella, into one of Brooklyn’s most talked-about spots — a destination for tightly focused, vegetable-driven cooking. A year later, he and his business partner, Walker Stern, opened Battersby in Carroll Gardens, followed by Dover in 2013; both restaurants helped foster the kale-laden, Provençal-esque cuisine that still…

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The Love Issue: Is This Seat Taken? And Will You Marry Me?

Ms. Werner, who lives in Stamford, Conn., and Mr. Morris, who lives in Joppa, Md., became serious very quickly, but she had to work in New York, a city that made Mr. Morris uncomfortable. The thought of either of them relocating was a non-starter. “I thought the relationship was over,” she said. “But after three…

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Should You Give Birth at a Birth Center?

Sometimes birth centers “have a comfortable agreement with the nearby hospitals and midwives have privileges there, and that’s fine,” said Dr. Woo, who has advocated for improved integration of birth centers. “Other times, they have no relationship, and then that often is what leads to bad outcomes, because there will be delays in transfer of…

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Walmart’s Veggie-Tracking B.L.T.: Blockchain Lettuce Technology

When dozens of people across the country got sick from eating contaminated romaine lettuce this spring, Walmart did what many grocers would do: It cleared every shred off its shelves, just to be safe. Walmart says it now has a better system for pinpointing which batches of leafy green vegetables might be contaminated. After a…

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Balenciaga Is Now Making Fancy Hiking Sneakers

Last year, Balenciaga made Dad sneakers «fashion» with the release of its Triple S chunky sneaker. The trend hasn’t died down, as several brands from Louis Vuitton to Fila released their own iterations of the must-have sneaker. Balenciaga is moving on though. Today, September 24, Balenciaga released its Track Sneaker, featuring a chunky silhouette—sans the…

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Fossil Is Bringing Back Your Favorite 90s Jewelry Trend

If you were a child of the nineties, bucket hats, jelly sandals, colored sunglasses, and of course, mood rings were the too-cool-for-school accessories you had stashed in your bedroom. And now, because fashion’s love affair with the 90s isn’t dying down anytime soon, Fossil is bringing the mood trend back to our jewelry boxes with…

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Medical News Today: What to know about radiation dermatitis

Radiation dermatitis is one of the side effects of cancer treatment radiotherapy that people experience most often. Also known as radiodermatitis, it happens when radiation therapy damages the outer layers of a person’s skin. An estimated 95 percent of people who receive radiation therapy will have some form of radiation dermatitis, including redness, skin dryness,…

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T’s Best Photos From Milan Fashion Week

This season, the Milan shows delivered drama in spades, even with Gucci off the schedule (the Italian house will unveil its spring collection in Paris). Versace’s presentation of barely-there miniskirts and oversize blazers in traffic-stopping colors opened with a bang: The first model down the runway was the ’90s super Shalom Harlow. Etro took a…

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Front Burner: Honeys With a Twist

Zach & Zoe Sweet Bee Farm is a newcomer to the lower level Chelsea Local area in Chelsea Market selling a collection of unusual flavored raw honeys. It’s a small stand run by Summer Johnson, who makes the honeys with her husband, Kam Johnson, in New Jersey at their farm and in a commercial kitchen,…

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