What Money Can’t Buy I had just returned from six months of rehab. Sober for the first time, I wanted to make the holidays special. My children wanted one thing: a Christmas card like those they had received from friends and family during my drunken years. Out of work and broke, I had to be…Details
Headliner Ixta What was Daniel Boulud’s modern kitchen and bar, adorned with French copper cookware, now pays homage to Mexico, specifically Tulum, the popular Yucatán destination. (Tulum is big this week; see below.) An elaborately decorated fantasyland with 165 seats, Ixta is the restaurateur Mike Himani’s largest undertaking to date. He and his partners say…Details
I don’t recall when they first appeared, only that one day they didn’t seem to exist and the next they were everywhere. I spotted them—glittering, candy-colored pendants—first adorning the necks of my younger cousins, who were in high school at the time. They tapped their Elisa necklaces with absent fingertips, and when they laughed, their…Details
Courtesy Sleep is important, obviously, which means all things related to sleep are also important. Making sure you have the best sheets, a good quality mattress, a pair of the best slippers, and a solid nighttime routine is well worth your time. An investment in your wellness is an investment in your quality of life…or,…Details
If you’re feeling sick, this handy chart will help you zero in on which virus you might have.
After years of holding pop-up resale events, Patagonia introduced its Worn Wear program, selling used Patagonia goods and apparel online, in 2017. A used men’s Snowshot Jacket in “great condition,” which would have retailed for $399 when it was new, was recently listed on the site for $266. The outdoor retailer REI Co-op held resale…Details
Some people who had taken the antiviral medication experienced a recurrence of Covid symptoms after their infection appeared to have cleared up.
With newer Omicron subvariants becoming dominant in the U.S., experts offered advice on reinfection risks.
ROME — As far as fashion store openings go, it was a low-key affair. There were no celebrities, no Champagne, not even a representative from Trussardi, the luxury Italian brand that had supplied the store with its merchandise. Then again, this was no ordinary store. MODiAmo, which opened last week in Rome’s San Giovanni neighborhood,…Details
Few things delight quite like sitting down on the couch with a newly purchased cookbook, giving the spine a good crack and thumbing through those glossy, yet-to-be-sauce-splattered pages. But when hundreds of cookbooks publish every year, the opportunities for culinary wonder can feel endless. Where does one begin? At The New York Times Food desk,…Details