Vows: A Dating App, Not the Parents, Brought Them Together

When Jaspreet Kaur was a junior at Rider University in Lawrenceville, N.J., she and her best friend, Ndonga Sagnia, worked part time at the college help desk. Between fielding calls for technical help, they passed the time on Pinterest, making wedding boards. Though both were unattached 20-year-old accounting students at the time, Ms. Sagnia remembers…

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Q&A: ‘It’s Almost Three Years Since I Had a Proper Vacation’

“We have to step outside to get a little bit of peace,” said René Redzepi, the chef and co-owner of Noma in Copenhagen, one of the most acclaimed restaurants in the world. Dinner service was hours away, but the sprawling kitchen was already abuzz with activity and classic rock, so we stepped outside to chat.…

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STYLE Q. & A.: Couldn’t Get Into Annabel’s? At Least You Can Own a Piece of It

Annabel’s, the ultraexclusive club in London where Elizabeth Taylor, Queen Elizabeth II and Harry Styles have mingled, moved after 55 years. Under its owner Richard Caring, it reopened in April in a four-story Georgian townhouse two doors from the original on Berkeley Square in the Mayfair district. Everything in the club is brand-new, including all…

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Modern Love: I Would Have Driven Her Anywhere

When my mother was booted from an assisted living facility in North Carolina for being “too high maintenance,” my husband, Ted, and I agreed to have her live near us in Prescott, Ariz. She had spent seven years of dementia in assisted-living facilities, first near my brother in Austin, Tex., and then near my two…

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Defense Lawyer Suggests a Thong Equals Consent — and Ireland Erupts

Image Ruth Coppinger, a deputy in Ireland’s Parliament, at a protest against victim blaming in Dublin. CreditNiall Carson/PA Images, via Getty Images A criminal trial in Ireland, in which the lawyer of a man accused of rape cited the lacy underwear worn by a woman as a sign of her consent, has ignited outrage across…

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Blacks Are Twice as Likely as Whites to Experience Sudden Cardiac Death

Image The rate of sudden cardiac death in African-Americans is twice as high as in whites, and no one knows why. Sudden cardiac death is an unexpected fatality from cardiac causes that happens within an hour of the onset of symptoms, usually with no known cause. For more than six years, researchers followed 9,416 blacks…

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Medical News Today: 9 healthful substitutes for butter

Butter is a dairy product that people can make from churned milk or cream. However, for people who cannot or choose not to consume butter, there are many alternatives. The process of churning milk or cream separates the milk fat from the liquid. The remaining fat becomes the butter. However, some people choose to avoid…

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10 of the Best Pizza Slices in N.Y.C.

Pete Wells, The New York Times’s restaurant critic since 2012, eats hundreds and hundreds of meals every year, searching for the best food the city has to offer. These are his choices for 10 of the best pizza slices in New York. And check out 10 of the best new restaurants in New York City.…

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