Mischa Barton Is Back Where She Started. Sort of.

WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Mischa Barton was having a rough week. Ziggy, her beloved canine companion, had just died; she was grieving. Still, there were things to look forward to, like the screenplays stacked atop the glass table in center of her living room. “I just started reading scripts again, which is a good thing,”…

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See Every Look from Rihanna’s Fenty Collection

While Rihanna’s past designer collaborations leaned toward «Marie Antoinette at the gym,» the singer’s inaugural Fenty collection was designed for bosses who still like to have a little fun, much like the designer herself. Inspired by her own personal style, Fenty’s first drop melds masculine tailoring with the feminine physique to create a series of…

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Here’s Your First Look At Rihanna’s Fenty Debut Collection

At this point, it isn’t too farfetched to say that anything Rihanna touches turns to gold. With hits like Fenty Beauty, Savage x Fenty lingerie, and other collaborations under her belt, we aren’t surprised that anticipation for, Fenty, her first foray into luxury clothing with LVMH, has reached a fever pitch. Not only because she’s…

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There’s Evidence on How to Raise Children, but Are Parents Listening?

Does anything you do as a parent matter? This is a question that surely most parents have asked themselves, as they push through some of the harder parts of raising children — sleepless nights, tantrums, vomiting illnesses, harassing children to finish their homework. Given how much work parenting can be, most of us probably want…

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This Cross-Country Hike Took 5 Days. That’s Going the Long Way.

I stood on the edge of the border town in the shadow of a 12th-century castle high on a hill. I was sandwiched between the craggy peaks of 7,600-foot mountains in front of me, and 7,200-foot peaks behind me. The only sounds I heard were birds chirping. The rural village road I was standing on…

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36 Hours in Bordeaux

Having long shed its reputation as a backwater, Bordeaux is still often overlooked by travelers intent on the Paris-Provence circuit. Nestled in verdant wine country and on the edge of leading oyster-producing areas, this elegant city on the Garonne River melds a history as a wealthy shipping center with a more recent resurgence in arts…

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How to Bullyproof Your Child

When my 10-year-old daughter was shunned by her friends a few years ago, we tried a surprisingly effective anti-bullying strategy. The trouble started during a play date when three little girls battled over who would wear the one sparkly gown for dress-up. It ended up my daughter’s prize, infuriating one of the girls who told…

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Medical News Today: What causes back pain on the lower right side?

Conditions that affect the muscles, bones, nerves, or organs can contribute to pain on the lower right side of the back. In this article, we explore the possible causes of back pain on the lower right side. We also cover some causes specific to females and males and explain when to see a doctor. Sprains…

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Courting the Ultrarich With Chateaus and Chefs

Image The Château de Saran, the centerpiece of the Moët & Chandon empire, after a five-year refurbishment. CreditDmitry Kostyukov for The New York Times EPERNAY, France — In rolling vineyards under rosy skies, a four-course dinner by two Michelin-starred chefs was held in front of one of the grandest 19th-century homes in Champagne this week. The…

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Alone, Happily Alone, in the Tatra Mountains

The 52 Places Traveler Empty hiking trails and winding roads suit the 52 Places Traveler’s mood in Slovakia. May 21, 2019 Image One particularly beautiful trail begins in the village of Stary Smokovec and climbs up into the mountains, past waterfalls, chalets and dense alpine forests.CreditSebastian Modak/The New York Times Our columnist, Sebastian Modak, is…

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