Are You Down for Biz-Leisure Style?

Talking about silver linings in quarantine is a difficult proposition, and the Internet can be a tricky place for rooting out positivity right now. But the truth is that most Americans are home all day, working, not working, worrying about not working, caring for children—and, yes, some are fashion-influencing on the Internet, and Instagram in…

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Coronavirus Live Updates: At Senate Hearing, Fauci to Warn of ‘Needless Suffering and Death’ if States Open Too Soon

Video Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, a central figure in the response to the coronavirus pandemic, is expected to warn senators about the dangers of reopening the country too quickly.CreditCredit…Erin Schaff/The New York Times Here’s what you need to know: As pressure builds to reopen, Fauci will tell senators that jumping the gun could set the…

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How to Grow a Better Tomato

As prime tomato-transplanting time arrives this month up north — once the danger of frost has passed — you may be in search of seedlings. Or maybe you started your tomatoes from seed, or have young plants (homegrown or store-bought) already in the ground, or in a big pot on your balcony. Whatever stage of…

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Lena Olin at Home

Lena Olin isn’t one for acting on impulse. “I normally will say, ‘I have to think it over, I have to think it through,’” said the Swedish-born actor, 65, whose film credits include “The Reader,” “The Unbearable Lightness of Being,” “Enemies, a Love Story” and the title role in “The Artist’s Wife,” due out this…

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Lena Olin’s Real Obsession

Lena Olin isn’t one for acting on impulse. “I normally will say, ‘I have to think it over, I have to think it through,’” said the Swedish-born actor, 65, whose film credits include “The Reader,” “The Unbearable Lightness of Being,” “Enemies, a Love Story” and the title role in “The Artist’s Wife,” due out this…

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How the Virus May Change Your Next Home

The coronavirus pandemic has placed any number of demands on our homes, which now serve as makeshift offices, art studios, gyms, workshops, classrooms and storage lockers. And urban apartments — where all of those functions are often squeezed into a space-constrained envelope — face the biggest challenges of all. Those of us quarantined in a…

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