Chelsey Amelkin, Matthew Wasserman

Chelsey Max Amelkin and Matthew Alexander Wasserman were married Oct. 11 at Frankies 457 Spuntino, a restaurant in Brooklyn. Ian Marcus Amelkin, the bride’s brother who is a Universal Life minister, officiated. The couple, both lawyers in Manhattan, met at New York University, from which each received a law degree, he magna cum laude. Ms.…

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See Every Look from ELLE and Ferragamo’s First Ever Hollywood Rising Party

On Friday, ELLE and Ferragamo joined forces for the first annual Hollywood Rising party to honor breakout actors and actresses taking film and television by storm. Hosted by Editor-in-Chief Nina Garcia and Ferragamo creative director Paul Andrew, the event toasted the outstanding work of Lucy Boynton, Ben Platt, Zoey Deutch, Rahne Jones, Anthony Ramos, Kristine…

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68 Soups and Stews for Sweater Weather

Cozy up with a bowl of Susan Spungen’s one-pot French onion soup (above), Alison Roman’s vegetarian tortilla soup or any of the recipes in the collection below.

Kipchoge’s Inspiring Marathon Run, Just in Time for Chicago

Welcome to the Running newsletter! Every Saturday morning, we email runners with news, advice and some motivation to help you get up and running. Sign up here to get it in your inbox. Dear Readers, Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya has done what a lot of people thought a human could not do: He ran a…

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Who Wants to Save the Las Vegas Wedding?

LAS VEGAS — On Las Vegas Boulevard, nestled between a motel and tattoo parlor, sits what may be the most famous marriage site in the world: A Little White Wedding Chapel. Charolette Richards, the chapel’s owner and an originator of the 10-minute wedding ceremony, said she has had her hand in more than 50,000 weddings…

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Medical News Today: Slow walking speed in midlife linked with faster aging

New research finds that people who tend to walk more slowly at the age of 45 present with signs of premature accelerated aging, both physically and cognitively. New research suggests that a slower walking speed in midlife may be a marker of accelerated aging. Walking speed may be a powerful predictor of lifespan and health.…

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Orville Peck, a Masked Gay Country Star, Rides Into Brooklyn

The enigmatic country singer known as Orville Peck is riding high these days. He is on the cover of British GQ Style, wearing star-spangled boots and a black mask that obscures his face. The New Yorker, in a review of his debut album, “Pony,” called him the “masked man our yee-haw moment deserves” and described…

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Was It the Hummus or the Familiarity?

Erica Lynn Kilbride and Eric Ronald Obenzinger were married Oct. 12 at the Prospect Park Boathouse in Brooklyn. Gabriel Hernandez, a friend of the couple who became a Universal Life minister for the occasion, officiated. The bride, 32, is a data science solution principal at Slalom Consulting, a technical and business management consultant in Manhattan.…

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Airline Food Waste Is a Problem. Can Banana Leaves Be Part of the Solution?

From disposable headphones and plastic cutlery to food scraps and toilet waste, the average airline passenger leaves behind over three pounds of garbage, according to one estimate. To get travelers and airlines thinking — and talking — about that rather large pile of trash, a British design firm has refashioned the economy meal tray, replacing…

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