Georgian Rarities, Served Without Fanfare, at Chama Mama

Ekala is a prickly climber akin to North American greenbrier, often dismissed as a troublemaking weed. In the Imereti region of Georgia, its crisp young shoots are gathered in spring, before their thorns sharpen, when they’re as skinny and fragile as first asparagus, and pickled to last. It rarely makes its way to New York,…

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I Thought This Was an All-Inclusive Resort

My husband and I took our family to a resort hotel in Hawaii. After leaving the pool one afternoon, I realized I had left my hat on a chaise. So, I dumped my stuff in my room and trekked back to the pool. The pool attendant had put my hat in the towel hut. I…

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The T List: What to Wear, See and Know About This Week

Welcome back to the T List, a newsletter from the editors of T Magazine. Each week, we’re sharing things we’re eating, wearing, listening to or coveting now. We hope you’ll join us for the ride. (Sign up here, if you haven’t already, and you can reach us at tlist@nytimes.com.) Visit This A Storied Northern California…

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Everlane Is Finally Dropping Activewear, Get the First Look

Denim made in one of the world’s most efficient factories? Check. Leather booties that are both stylish and sustainably made? Check. Cashmere sweaters blended from re-used fibers, puffer jackets made from plastic bottles, and sneakers produced with a near-zero carbon footprint? Check, check, and check. Everlane’s commitment to eco-friendly, socially conscious fashion has led it…

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How Anti-Vaccine Activists Doomed a Bill in New Jersey

TRENTON, N.J. — As a measles outbreak raged last year, New York lawmakers passed a bill ending all nonmedical exemptions to immunization, handing supporters of such efforts across the nation a major victory. Then the focus shifted to New Jersey, where an even more sweeping bill had been making its way through the State Legislature…

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36 Hours in Buenos Aires

The only thing that’s consistent in Argentina is change: Political about-faces happen regularly, and the economy is often in flux. In October, Argentines voted out the right-wing party that had been in power for four years, replacing it with the leftist Frente de Todos, in an election that reflected dissatisfaction with inflation and other economic…

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Overwhelmed by Medical Bills, and Finding Help on TikTok

When severe pain sent Eva Zavala to an emergency room last March, her treatment involved an ultrasound and some blood work. Her visit left her with a medical bill for more than a thousand dollars, after insurance. It was an overwhelming cost for Ms. Zavala, 22, a medical assistant in Oregon. She had barely made…

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Caroline Vreeland, a Singer With a Famous Fashion Name

Name: Caroline Vreeland Age: 32 Hometown: Belvedere, Calif. Now lives: In a one-bedroom apartment in the Boerum Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn. Claim to fame: Ms. Vreeland, the great-granddaughter of Diana Vreeland, the storied Vogue editor, is a singer-songwriter and multi-hyphenate fashion darling, so on-trend that she even has a fan site. She credits her cross-disciplinary…

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A Sculptor’s Marrakesh Estate, Filled With Whimsical Artwork

MARRAKESH, Morocco — Jean-François Fourtou has seen Marrakesh undergo rapid change in recent years, as it has become an increasingly popular tourist destination. His 25-acre estate, Dar El Sadaka, which was once isolated from the city, is now surrounded by development, including hotels and other private homes. Still, the peacefulness has been preserved at a…

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Aicardi syndrome: Everything you need to know

Aicardi syndrome is a very rare condition that usually affects girls. Depending on its severity, it can cause developmental delay, epilepsy, problems with vision, and a shortened life expectancy. In this article, learn more about Aicardi syndrome, including its risk factors, symptoms, and treatments. Aicardi syndrome is a rare condition that almost exclusively affects females,…

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