Nestled at the foot of Runyon Canyon, in Los Angeles’s Hollywood Hills, the entrance to the Goldwyn House is suitably cinematic. Designed in 1916 by the American architect Arthur S. Heineman, who, in the following decade, would develop the world’s first motel, the Neoclassical-style mansion was home to Samuel Goldwyn, a co-founder of the Goldwyn…Details
The Jikaria Sisters, reigning queens of the dance video and staying true to their own styles, are it rn. Their hook is super-fun clips that incorporate many styles of dance (seriously, we’re talking everything from classical Indian movement to hip-hop), performed in super cool spaces around their hometown of New York City. They take serious…Details
T Introduces: Eric Tobua’s Towering, Wearable Creations “Wearable art” is a label applied with some abandon in the fashion world, but there’s no other way to describe the creative director Eric Tobua’s astonishing, often skyscraping headpieces. The Bangkok-based 39-year-old’s wild constructions have included a crown of snake and pig bones; a hat made from a…Details
NASHVILLE — After offering free H.I.V. testing at a drive-through event last year, staff members at Nashville CARES, a nonprofit sexual health clinic, made an alarming discovery: a cluster of positive tests from a single neighborhood. “There was one person who had unknowingly passed it to multiple partners, and we were able to intervene quickly…Details
Mark Arnold had owned a few different homes in Los Angeles and Palm Springs, but none of them fulfilled a dream he had harbored since childhood. “I always wanted to build my own house,” he said. Mr. Arnold, 62, a critical-care nurse with a keen interest in architecture and design, relished the idea of building…Details
Over the last two decades, technology companies and policymakers warned of a “digital divide” in which poor children could fall behind their more affluent peers without equal access to technology. Today, with widespread internet access and smartphone ownership, the gap has narrowed sharply. But with less fanfare a different division has appeared: Across the country,…Details
Todd Mitchem kept struggling to have honest, productive conversations with his son. “He’s 15,” Mr. Mitchem, 52, said with a laugh. “Teenagers are so difficult to connect with.” Every time he tried to bring up a sensitive issue, his son would give vague answers or run away, preferring to avoid serious talks altogether. In the…Details
Keep it brief, do your homework … and maybe don’t share your own teenage pot stories.
After medical instruments called duodenoscopes sickened hundreds of patients in hospital outbreaks a few years ago, the Food and Drug Administration urged health care facilities to switch to models with disposable components less likely to carry bacteria from one patient to another. Now the agency says there are problems with those instruments, too. Duodenoscopes are…Details
Experts weigh in on the sounds we make when we bend over, stand up and sit down.