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In California, water is precious. The state’s hidden pools are yet another reason to treasure it.
How our nudes have changed in the last 50 years.
Athletic. Flattering. Red. Who needs a string bikini?
And I was that man.
They love working there. It’s great. They love it. It’s great. They love it. It’s great. They love it. It’s great. They love it. It’s great. They love it.
The philanthropic works of Jeffrey Epstein’s ex-girlfriend never materialized. Now, she’s being sued by one of his victims.
A former New York City socialite has gained fans by swilling martinis, spouting witticisms and wearing caftans.
The former “S.N.L.” writer stars in “Los Espookys” and an HBO standup comedy special.
Why the dark side of ’60s counterculture is trending now.
A technology grows in popularity among dermatologists, sunscreen brands and artists.
Mines are closing, and middlemen are being squeezed. But don’t expect bargains at the jewelry counter.
More people from the city are visiting gritty boardwalk towns like Asbury Park and Long Branch. Developers have noticed.
The actress from the hit FX show discusses being a Latina transgender woman and how she found a haven in ballroom culture.
The stars of the reality TV show “Chrisley Knows Best” said the “good Lord will hold our hand and take us through.”
A reader wonders how much is appropriate to say when a pal is dating across a seemingly significant age gap.
The Instagram star, newly represented by Richard Taittinger Gallery, makes Pop art that speaks to the challenges of being a South Asian millennial.
There’s more to weddings than an open bar. It just took giving up alcohol for me to realize it.
Americans still aren’t in agreement that mothers should work at all.
The “Game of Thrones” actor reads an essay about a life-altering car accident.
A chance remark led to the discovery of a cache of images by the photographer Joel Meyerowitz, documenting a vanished world and a time before AIDS.
Newly unearthed documents reveal how an environmental-minded socialite became an ardent nativist whose money helped sow the seeds of the Trump anti-immigration agenda.
Clothes make the person. Maybe now parents understand.
Why do people care so much about a piece of — no offense — punctuation?
At Beautycon, the actress was confronted about her endorsement of the Indian Armed Forces on Twitter.
Full of rum, gin and Cognac and elaborately garnished, the scorpion bowl is unlike anything else.
A ring no one else has, specifically created to tell your love story.
A peaceful, watery send-off known as “aquamation” is now possible for pets.
The signs for Old Town Rd. in Wellesley, Mass., keep getting stolen. The town is waiting for the song’s popularity to die down before replacing them.
There was surf somewhere from County Kerry to County Donegal, if only they could find it.
Unless you live in London, you might not realize that you need a hammock. But you do.