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A student set out to document the experiences of his Black classmates on their predominantly white campus. These are some of their stories.
Nine months after stepping down from Congress, she is trying to move forward.
Noname and other Black thought leaders have taken what Oprah built and made something new.
The billionaire space oddity on life with Grimes and Baby X, Trump, Tesla, tunnels, short shorts, stock surges, Facebook fumbles and everything else under the sun.
New financial hardships may be hitting those closest to you. It doesn’t have to be awkward.
Indie artists who make a significant portion of their income at fan conventions are hoping virtual attendees will be willing to spend.
A young man returns to the Vietnamese orphanage he had spent 25 years trying to forget.
Instructor walkouts and motivational messages in a predominantly white industry decimated by the coronavirus.
But you’re scared about doing it during a pandemic. Here’s our F.A.Q. on changing homes (and cities) safely.
The pandemic has many people thinking about how they’ll spend time outside as the weather cools, meaning favorites items may soon be in short supply.
For many students this fall, “college” will be their childhood bedroom or family dining room. Here’s how parents can help make the experience easier for everyone.
Check out emerging New York photographers, stitch up a suffragist’s portrait and liven up your lunch break with a digital dance party.
App makers like the game company Epic and the music service Spotify are challenging Apple’s right to a large cut of their sales. Regulators have taken notice.
Start with steak Diane for two.
Young people come to Los Angeles in droves with dreams of fame and fortune. Once they’re discovered, it’s not always sunny.
A writer who moved upstate for a slower lifestyle fears that the latest wave of migrants, fleeing Covid, will bring their worst instincts with them.
A deck of cards cut from milk cartons. A wand made with medical tape. How a group of inmates learned “the magic of magic.”
The couple reopened their 10-cabin lodge in the Catskills in May. They live close by, making music and gardening.
Had she, in the throes of segregation and suffrage, cast a hard-won vote? I needed to know.
Working and schooling from home for the foreseeable future has prompted some homeowners to consider major home renovations.
For many suffragists, scholars have found, the freedom to choose whom and how they loved was tied deeply to the idea of voting rights.
Drs. Ariel Schaap and Joshua Heisler, both internists who met as pre-med students 10 years ago, had a small outdoor wedding in Englewood, N.J. Then it was back to work.
The movie and television producer Jason Blum, the racecar driver Lewis Hamilton and the model Kaia Gerber will also be investors.
Cosmetic surgeons say business is booming after elective surgery opened up, with quarantine proving a time to heal in secrecy from renovation of face and body.
Walter Van Beirendonck says Louis Vuitton’s latest men’s collection looks familiar, and Kanye West steps into the fray.
The brothers Tim and Fred Williams have wowed the internet with their YouTube reactions to vintage music. Why are generation-spanning videos like theirs so popular right now?
A rather conventional documentary about a fashion designer whose creations were anything but.
Nothing like a pandemic to show people we don’t have it all together.
From a three-figure Casper with “cozy performance” to a $400,000 Hästens Grand Vividus, people seem to be investing in bedtime.
His family often asks me about Black Lives Matter and racism. My boyfriend is annoyed, but I’m happy to teach them.
Taking refuge outdoors is still an option.
The retailer is seeking court approval of a $325 million sale to a group backed by the mall owner Simon Property Group and Authentic Brands Group, a licensing firm.
Three companies — Tempo, Tonal and Forme Life — are competing to supplant cheap dumbbells with smart machines priced in the four figures.
Photographs of generations of Black suffragists offer invaluable documents about their thwarted and central roles in the history of women’s rights.
It’s high moth season, and drawing you out into the dark is one of the many ways moths can enrich your life, if you let them.
TikTok might not be winning over President Trump, but it sure beats its Instagram copycat for making and sharing short videos.
Meet the grad student with a killer wardrobe who digs in the archives and takes the gems to Twitter.
Many American citizens were traveling internationally when the pandemic struck. For those who have no interest in coming home in the short-term, but face expiring tourist visas, our columnist investigates the options.
New Yorkers have historically been lukewarm on car ownership. Then came the you-know-what.
A maritime expert surfaces in the proceedings against the longtime associate of Jeffrey Epstein.
The Sagaponack, N.Y., house was (sort of) affordable, but it needed a lot of work — and there wasn’t a lot of time.
Robbed of a real-life stage, the frustrated fashion faithful continue to pull out all the stops on Instagram.
Quarantine has given a former New York Times columnist the time to come to grips with a lifetime’s worth of clipped and faded recipes.
Amazon said it was rebranding Twitch Prime, in another attempt to crack the video game market after a big-budget game effort failed.
Tom Rauffenbart had resolved to create a tribute to his partner, the artist David Wojnarowicz. A sewing circle of women took up the cause for both men, stitching through lockdown.
With her paisley prints and contemporary silhouettes, Paria Farzaneh shares her singular perspective with an ever-widening audience.
Transforming discarded fabrics into forward-looking men’s wear, Priya Ahluwalia draws on her family’s Nigerian and Indian roots.
Marina Moscone makes elegant women’s wear that privileges handcraft and meticulous attention to detail.
On “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” Porsha Williams is a glamorous goofball. In real life, she’s become a crusader against police violence.
In her new book “Men to Avoid in Art and Life,” Nicole Tersigni harnesses her skill with a Twitter meme to illuminate the experience of women harassed by concern trolls, “sexperts” and more.
Why settle for a single hanging fixture when you can have multiples? Here’s what you need to know before you buy.
Nervous about the possibility of going back to the workplace? Here’s what to take into consideration.
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