Come winter, my extremities are always cold. This isn’t really a problem, except for my head. At home, I wear a hoodie or sometimes a wool babushka. But what to do at work or other indoor public places? What is the etiquette of hats indoors? — Patricia, Manchester Township, N.J. To wear or not to…Details
When the personal shopper Negar Alaya’s son River Declan Bear was two months old in July 2022, she began looking for a piece of jewelry to commemorate his birth. “I wanted something a little magical, a little mystical, an heirloom that was playful but not silly,” Ms. Alaya, 48, said by phone from her home…Details
Christina Iverson and Tracy Bennett, who make puzzles for The New York Times, are offering a tidy potluck of seasonal games for NYT Cooking readers. Gather for some friendly competition, find out interesting trivia about the holiday or team up to see if you can outsmart others in your group. All you need are pencils,…Details
As inflation continues to sting, more travelers are expected to hunt for bargains this year, and the industry is responding by offering deals across the travel landscape, from hotels to cruises and tours. “Despite inflation and higher prices, we continue to see a strong preference for experiences with travel,” said Brett Keller, the chief executive…Details
We asked experts why we cough and sniffle more when we head to bed, and what to do for better sleep.
Is jewelry storytelling entering an age of authenticity? From social media to reality TV, polished and aesthetically pleasing images have been giving way to real, more widely relatable looks. The trend has been reflected in publishing, too, as four books introduced this year rely on personal description and historical records, offering insights into the work,…Details
“David Webb is unquestionably one of the leading 20th-century American jewelry designers,” Medill Higgins Harvey, associate curator of American decorative arts at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, said, “distinguished by his originality, the bold sculptural quality of his work, and the distinctive way in which it reveals a keen and nuanced sense of history and…Details
Sidestep old grudges and political disagreements, and give yourself the gift of peace.
Several years ago, Keith Nielsen was feeling less than cheerful when a friend told him about an internship opportunity with the costume department of the TV series “Mozart in the Jungle.” After graduating from the Ringling School of Art and Design in Sarasota, Fla., in 2015, he had hoped to find a job that merged…Details
Good morning. For those of us who take Thanksgiving seriously, who plan and plan and cook and cook, this last Sunday before the feast marks the real start of the holiday. I’m cleaning out my fridge and freezer to make room for an epic trip to the supermarket, cataloging serving platters and cooking vessels, making…Details