Unhitched: Redux: Older, Wiser and Still Very Much in Love

In Unhitched, couples tell the stories of their relationships, from romance to vows to divorce to life afterward. An early marriage led to a quick divorce and it took decades, and several more marriages, for this Texas couple to find their way back to each other. The difficult childhoods and lack of relationship skills thwarted…

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No Cash, No Heart. Transplant Centers Need to Know You Can Pay.

When Patrick Mannion heard about the Michigan woman denied a heart transplant because she couldn’t afford the anti-rejection drugs, he knew what she was up against. On social media posts of a letter that went viral last month, Hedda Martin, 60, of Grand Rapids, was informed that she was not a candidate for a heart…

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Lili Reinhart Turns 3 Classic Jackets Into the Ultimate Breakup Attire for Ilaria Urbinati x the Mighty Company’s Campaign

Riverdale star Lili Reinhart is continuing her foray into fashion. After appearing in H&M Studio’s campaign earlier this fall, Reinhart is the face of stylist Ilaria Urbinati and the Mighty Company’s Breakup Collection. Urbinati and The Mighty Company’s Jessie Willner designed three luxury galactic-inspired jackets for the brand that takes the common breakup expression «I…

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Well : Even a Little Weight Training May Cut the Risk of Heart Attack and Stroke

Despite the muscle-building, flab-trimming and, according to recent research, mood-boosting benefits of lifting weights, such resistance exercise has generally been thought not to contribute much to heart health, as endurance workouts like jogging and cycling do. But a study published in October in the journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise provides evidence for…

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On Location: A 21st-Century Space in Edwardian Clothes

Over the years, Jonathan Feldman and Lisa Lougee have bought and sold numerous houses. “We thought of ourselves as serial flippers,” said Mr. Feldman, 52, the founding partner of the San Francisco-based firm Feldman Architecture, where Ms. Lougee, 51, works as an interior designer. “It supplemented our struggling, fledging professional careers.” But by 2011, Feldman…

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The Return of Bleecker Street

Image A once vacated strip in the West Village of Manhattan is back on the retail map.CreditRebecca Smeyne for The New York Times “Did you ever see ‘Gilmore Girls’?” said Rachelle Hruska MacPherson, the founder of Lingua Franca, an Instagram-born line of cashmere sweaters, hand-stitched with punchy and political sayings like “booyah” and “i miss…

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Accepting Alzheimer’s, One Lost Memory at a Time

With a slow moving disease like Alzheimer’s, there’s still time for doubt. Perhaps the diagnosis is wrong and the memory holes and struggle for words are just normal aging. Deep in your psyche, there’s still a little spark of hope. But there comes a moment when denial is no longer an option. Like Alzheimer’s itself,…

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Front Burner: Avocado Toast, of Course, but So Much More

Do avocados make me happy? Yes, when I have a margarita to sip. And considering the success of the improbably avocado-loving restaurant Avocaderia (with locations in Industry City, Brooklyn, and Chelsea, Manhattan), avocados surely bring joy to Alessandro Biggi, Francesco Brachetti and Alberto Gramigni, the partners in the venture. Their book tells you all about…

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