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Ten minutes from the Riis Park Beach Bazaar, you’ll find a serene, scrubby beach minding its business.
The frowning feline whose permanent scowl spoke for all of us in our darkest moments died in the arms of her “mommy” on Tuesday, her family said.
“Fake it till you make it” didn’t work out so well in my case, and I was fired after three long months.
Because when it gets hot, you’ll need somewhere to put your cold drink.
Despite an online campaign by fans to “Free Britney,” there remain more questions than answers about the pop star’s well-being. Here’s what we know.
In a region known for extremes, a newcomer to wine tastings explores a largely experimental and free-spirited vineyard scene.
All of the weddings right here on one handy page for you.
A reader’s nosy friends want to know whether “bad eggs” or “bad sperm” are to blame.
How a “unisex” fragrance, as CK One was called in the ’90s, became the scent of a generation.
“The Rules” taught us how to deform ourselves to nab a husband. But what would we do once we had him?
Instead of classic beach houses with cedar shingles, developers are building more sleek, contemporary homes with flat roofs and lots of glass.
Like so many good ideas, the Every Woman Biennial was born of a joke. Now it’s in its third edition, displaying the work of over 600 female and nonbinary artists, and expanding to Los Angeles.
Every age begets its era-specific book clubs. Perhaps it’s unsurprising that ours features more and more niche, insider gatherings. One for Political Junkies? Check. Thriller writers? Check. Proust lovers? Check.
Gen X set the precedent for today’s social justice warriors and capitalist super-soldiers. Enjoy, and also, sorry!
In this week’s column: How to handle a double-edged opportunity, and when it’s O.K. to ask a boss about a colleague’s pay. (Never!)
Fund-raisers were held for Robin Hood, Fierce and the Ellis Island Honors Society.
Fifty years into his stage career, André De Shields cherishes the ability to change what is to come.
After Busy Philipps opened up about her abortion on TV, a friend saw an opportunity for a bigger conversation about reproductive rights.
The Lemonheads frontman was the poster boy — and prettiest boy — of Gen X. At 52, he’s still enjoying a life of drugs and rock ’n’ roll, on Martha’s Vineyard of all places.
Plastic surgeons’ Instagram accounts of the weekend trip didn’t note the drug company’s sponsorship, which some ethicists say should be disclosed.
On this week’s Modern Love podcast, the “Bless This Mess” star reads an essay about an unexpected connection.
Brooding bands like Alice in Chains and Soundgarden validated the noisy discontent of teenagers everywhere. For me, they looked a lot like home.
Did you receive an item that has stood the test of time and you can’t imagine your life without it? Or do you have a go-to gift you give others? We want to hear from you.
You’ve probably never heard of Robert M. Boetticher Sr., but he has helped arrange the funeral services of multiple presidents, first ladies and celebrities.
The author of “Salt Fat Acid Heat” and star of the related Netflix show chooses the dishes that define the cuisine for her.
Modern Love in miniature, college-contest edition, featuring the best student love stories of no more than 100 words.
The actor known for her roles in “Homeland” and “King Lear” calls an industrial loft in Brooklyn home. But she and her family may not be the only occupants.
Typically two or three-story structures that once served as stables or garages, mews homes are generally holding their value in uncertain times.
Instead of pushing them aside, confront your nagging memories and make your own happy ending.