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Female-run businesses want to bring audio pornography to the imaginative, ethically conscious masses.
Josephus Thimister died last week. You probably don’t know who he was. You should.
Over the weekend, Bravo hosted its first conference, bringing together “Bravolebrities” and the people who really, really love them.
Rev was just a small start-up offering online transcriptions. Now it’s the latest symbol of a gig-economy company whose workers are fed up.
The world’s first institution dedicated to gynecological anatomy is more of a public health project than a historical tour.
Is this the harbinger of a new stage in the Kardashian-Jenner empire? And if so, what does it mean for the rest of us?
Young rebels take on the unpleasant byproducts of festival culture.
Companies want to avoid racism, sexism and misgendering. Consultants are standing by.
Basement, a new club under the Knockdown Center, is New York’s answer to Berghain.
And Housing Works holds a shopping benefit at its Chelsea store.
Many of today’s co-working offices have stylish interiors with un-beige color schemes. Go ahead, pull up a Sayl chair.
As engineered wood evolves as a construction material, the sky is becoming the limit for timber office and institutional buildings.
A look at design world events, products and people.
A tour reveals how form and function have evolved in the places where people earn a living.
Inspired by Thoreau, a former investment banker has created a minimalist haven, with huge windows and 1,500 books.
Chocolate-avocado tarts, plant-based hot fried chicken, tater tots with black-eyed pea salsa: In Nashville’s emerging vegan scene, the possibilities are endless.
In Nashville, an architecture studio installs its headquarters in a former public library.
In today’s open work space, employees are searching for private places — and designers are too.
Suggestions for plants that can survive a dark apartment and the best small containers for composting kitchen waste.
Architects and designers are finding new workplace and household uses for the stuff polluting our oceans.
The modern workplace needs a different feel as companies look to accommodate fluctuating opportunities and personnel.
Explore the settings where villains lurk, heroes meander and jaws drop.
At least five trademark applications are pending for the retort, according to a database for the federal patent office, including one by Fox Media, which hopes to use it for a possible television series.
The South Carolina city is known for its historic homes and traditional Southern charm, but it’s also a place where new design is flourishing.
Doctors were stumped, until a pulmonologist asked about feather bedding in the man's home.
On an early assignment he shot a new group called the Beatles. He went on to photograph, among many others, Faye Dunaway — whom he later married.
The cutting board — an all-in-one chopping block and serving platter — may be the most useful item in your kitchen. Why limit yourself to just one?
Season 3 has finally arrived. Brush up on the House of Windsor with these titles.
Emily Bode is betting, with her first store, that consumers still want to experience shopping IRL.
A Texas couple thought Nov. 1 was as good a time as any for a giant snowman in their front yard. The homeowners’ association poured hot water on the idea.
Nicole Quinn of Lightspeed Venture Partners helps celebrities tap into their entrepreneurial potential.
And the unmoved shirt that almost broke her.
Benefits were held for MoMA, the Studio Museum in Harlem and the Atlantic Salmon Federation.
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The first time someone asked Ariel Shepherd-Oppenheim and Eliza Ladensohn how long they had been together, it was the very day they met.
“Coming to Howard for the first time was seeing the beauty of blackness,” one alumnus said.
Stand-up comedy is sweeping Vietnam’s largest city, often called Saigon, with locals braving open-mic nights in the city’s hippest cafes and bars.
Dipsea’s Gina Gutierrez spends her days setting investors straight and moderating “Hunks Brainstorm” sessions.
Everything you need to host a delicious meat-free, dairy-free feast.
“Chlorophyll, more like bore-ophyll.”
They already make every moment into consumable content. What can it become?
The actress, artist, movie director and designer traces her road to self-discovery at the newly reopened MoMA.
Our advice columnist explains to a reader the trouble with armchair diagnoses.
Her red carpet style at the Country Music Awards did the talking for her. Others should follow her example.
Good wines for the long haul of the holiday feast can come from anywhere in the world. Plan on a white and a red, and plenty of both.
Some women dream of wearing the traditional wedding dress. Others say if you need it to feel good about yourself, then something is wrong.
Iris van Herpen combines technology and handicraft to redefine dress. And most of it can go in the washing machine.
A new book on Queen Elizabeth II spills some even more surprising style secrets.
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