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The NCAA Final Four basketball tournament is in town, and the local chef Brenda Langton serves up five new spots in the Downtown East neighborhood just four blocks away.
A new jewelry collection scheduled for April is just the most recent focus for the house’s chief executive.
Three female designers showcase their art; a new book on the Al Thani collection; and Cartier’s Coloratura collection.
After a breakup, a woman wonders if traditional romance is a trap, and finds that the ordinary is the most romantic gesture of all.
Shares of Levi’s rose 33 percent in their first day of trading, giving the 165-year-old company a valuation of roughly $8.6 billion.
Mr. Modi, whose diamonds have adorned Hollywood stars, has been accused of a major bank fraud in India.
Law Roach, the man behind the looks of Instagram’s biggest celebrity as well as Zendaya and Tiffany Haddish, uses clothes to send a message.
The high-end watch market is a strong investment vehicle for wealthy people.
Should we confront her?
Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.
The company, known for lending designer dresses for special occasions, says its goal is to “create the Amazon Prime of rental.”
Fidget spinners are so 2017; in 2019, fidget fashion is on the rise
For its annual orchid display, the New York Botanical Garden has drawn inspiration from Southeast Asia. Rich beauty abounds.
One Colombian writer reflects on what the adaptation of Gabriel García Márquez’s masterpiece means for her culture and people.
If you’ve presented in a meeting, you know the potentially calamitous effects of projecting your laptop screen — your naked, interior world, that is — before unsuspecting co-workers.
As the show wraps up, the co-creator Aline Brosh McKenna writes about helping to create and guide the series with a diverse group of colleagues.
The maker of denim and Dockers will start trading on Thursday, a milestone for a 165-year-old company that has experienced a resurgence in the past decade.
There are settings to help you avoid this. Here’s how to use them.
The rich and famous came out for the V.I.P. opening of Hudson Yards. And a grueling film about a terrorist attack at a hotel.
Wherein our wellness columnist learns that all she needed was a little choreography from the experts.
On this week’s Modern Love podcast, the “Schitt’s Creek” actress reads an essay about jealousy and a GPS.
The most fun ones, of course.
Armed with an Olympus recorder, she’s spent time with Gwyneth Paltrow and Bradley Cooper. Here’s how Taffy Brodesser-Akner of The New York Times Magazine tries to make herself unobtrusive in interviews.
There are still bargains to be had in collectible timepieces, dealers say. At your own risk!
The new chairman of the Council of Fashion Designers of America never said that thing about Melania Trump — and says American designers must look outward.
Did you have a random “plus one,” an estranged family member or a complete stranger show up at your wedding reception? We would love to know how you handled uninvited guests on your wedding day.
In their new book, “Why Does Patriarchy Persist,” Carol Gilligan and Naomi Snider explore the psychology that keeps men in positions of power.
Shopping has long represented a major opportunity for the platform. A new feature, introduced with Nike, Burberry, Zara and more, will grease the wheels by letting you buy without leaving the app.
Don’t let your dinner salad feel sad. Do as Alison Roman does, and pack it with golden chunks of salty, crunchy bread.
For the best-selling author of thrillers, buying a spooky old Victorian seemed a little too on the nose. But he did it anyway.
A new line of frozen pizzas from the birthplace of the Italian pie is now available in America.
The store in Seattle has more than 132,000 titles, many of them not available on the internet, or anywhere else. “We will fight to the death to keep this open.”
Carol Gilligan, author of the feminist classic “In a Different Voice,” reminds us that we’re all humans.
Today’s “snowplow parents” keep their children’s futures obstacle-free — even when it means crossing ethical and legal boundaries.
All of the weddings right here on one handy page for you.
The Bravo host, who became a father last month, has received lots of unsolicited advice about his newborn. Welcome to parenthood!