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Increasingly uncomfortable with News Corp’s politics and profit motives, Rupert’s younger son chose chickens and sheep over Fox, and insists he doesn’t watch ‘Succession.’
At historically Black colleges and universities, homecoming is part family reunion and part revival. It’s canceled this year, so let’s celebrate here.
After the kids go to bed, the grown-ups are drinking and smoking pot to distract themselves from the hellscape that is pandemic parenting.
The “Riverdale” star is reluctant to call herself an activist. But she has a lot to say and isn’t afraid to do so.
Sonia Rykiel gets ready for yet another reinvention.
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These days, there’s no limit — or reason — to the intimate objects sold online.
Veterans, gamers, history buffs and gun enthusiasts are shelling out to take part in military simulations.
The heiress and proto-influencer says that she spent nearly two decades playing a character. Now she’s ready to be herself.
For a tech investor and a radiologist who collects art, having a multifunctional house was even more important than finding one directly on a lake.
Holiday décor vendors are leaning into the grief, anxiety and nihilism of this year.
The hanbok, a traditional form of Korean dress, is being embraced by K-pop stars and adapted by innovative designers.
The new International Library for Fashion Research in Oslo, the brainchild of a fashion odd couple, has very big ambitions.
Some modern-day prospectors make thousands of dollars selling precious stones they dug up themselves.
When you’re choosing a bed, think big.
Averting last-minute crises is part of the job description; she was built for it, carried it out in style and had a good time doing it.
Sports rebounded from early closures amid the coronavirus pandemic. Though several league bubbles have popped, these tournaments and titles are yet to be taken.
Finding the sinister words will reveal the spooky images that go along with them.
Scavenger hunts, outdoor movie screenings and other ideas to have a safe holiday on Oct. 31.
Listen to the audio play ‘Shipwreck,’ bake some madeleines with Sur La Table and make dinosaur-shadow puppets.
Reviving his Borat character and playing the political activist Abbie Hoffman, the actor feels he “had to ring the alarm bell and say that democracy is in peril this year.”
Objects saved and accumulated can be a balm for uncertain times.
Art provides clarity.
Showing your ballot to anyone, including your Instagram followers, is against the law in New York and several other states. So … maybe not!
‘Inshallah’ can express hope or resignation. (Guess which one Joe Biden meant.)
You may think you know what suburban design looks like, but the authors of a new book are here to set you straight.
Also: Dealing with an office mean girl and campaigning for the pay you deserve.
With outdoor meals one of the few pleasures sanctioned during the pandemic, companies are forming to help you think beyond wicker basket and frayed blanket.
The former ‘Survivor’ contestant Elaine Stott weds her longtime girlfriend, Tonya Thomas. Many former contestants on the show went to the Kentucky wedding.
Alia Mohammed and Saamir Elshihabi met six years ago in Abu Dhabi when she was a policy adviser and he worked for an energy company.
Exotic finishes and ever-clubbier amenities in new developments have given way to livability and calming design.
After months of lockdown, adults just want to get out of the house. For some children, the issue is more fraught.
Samantha McCluskey, a state prosecutor, and Louis Keleher, a defense lawyer, met at Rutgers Law School and began dating in 2016.
He wants to help, but I’m worried that doing so could put us both at risk.
Two Styles reporters look back on the fashion season that was. Spoiler: It was weirder than usual.
A way to honor essential workers and highlight the importance of mail-in ballots, right before the election.
Scent and memory are deeply connected.
YouTubers, influencers and streamers popularized Among Us, a multiplayer game. Now it’s everywhere.
A brutally unexpected year turned millions of people into gear nerds, whether they liked it or not.
In the pageantry of the Senate confirmation hearings for the Supreme Court nominee, image becomes evidence.
Chefs and other entertaining experts share their go-to wedding gifts for couples of all cooking skill levels.
In the winter, feeding the birds enlivens a garden like nothing else. Here’s how to make the most of peak bird-feeding season.
Mobile guest rooms, enhanced contactless room controls, robotic servers and pop-up dining areas are just a few of the ideas hotel designers are considering for the post-Covid travel world.
The latest collections and wedding dress trends from the virtual runways at New York Bridal Fashion Week.
The hottest new street wear label in Los Angeles is more like a personal art project.
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