Social Q’s: Correcting a Co-Worker’s Grammar: Helpful or Hurtful?

Advertisement I recently switched jobs and have been training to use a complicated new computer system. The young woman helping me is terrific: kind, innovative and bright. While training, I learned that she was a teen mom and lifted herself from difficult circumstances. She is interviewing very soon ...
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Encounters: The Rapper 2 Chainz Sizes Up the Art at Christie’s

Encounters By DAN HYMAN The rapper Chainz has a thing for luxury, so when he was in New York earlier this month to promote his new Viceland TV show, “Most Expensivest,” he made a beeline for Christie’s New York, on the eve of its postwar and contemporary ...
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Modern Love: Modern Love Podcast: Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, Live From Toronto

Advertisement On this week’s podcast, we share the second reading from last month’s “Modern Love Live” in Toronto. CreditBrian Rea Paul Sun-Hyung Lee (“Kim’s Convenience”) reads Carlos Kotkin’s essay, “We Didn’t Have a Plan, but the Baby Did,” about a father’s birth plan gone awry. Stay tuned afterward ...
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The Culture Is Changing, With Feminist Cheese

Last year Erin Bligh, the proprietor of Dancing Goats Dairy in Newbury, Mass., planned to introduce a new cheese — hard, with spicy peppers — called Madam President, in what she assumed would be a fromage homage to a historic election. Then came the unexpected result: hard cheese ...
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G’night Forever, Little Edie! Grey Gardens Is Empty at Last.

EAST HAMPTON, N.Y. — Grey Gardens gave up the last of its ghosts over the weekend. The once-squalid home of the most notorious mother-daughter dyad since Tennessee Williams poured his own family into “The Glass Menagerie” went into contract last month, and its contents were unloaded in a ...
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Paris Hilton Said She Invented the Selfie. We Set Out to Find the Truth.

Advertisement On Sunday, Paris Hilton modestly took partial credit for inventing the selfie. The landmark event was said by Ms. Hilton, the hotel heiress, perfume maven and celebrity D.J., to have taken place in November 2006, when she and Britney Spears took a couple of pictures together. On ...
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Jewelry: In Jewelry, Matching Just Isn’t Cool Any More

Advertisement Move over matchy-matchy: Fashion’s trend for bold mash-ups of contrasting prints and colors is making its way into the world of jewelry. “Customers are increasingly interested in asymmetric jewelry, especially earrings,” said Natalie Kingham, buying director at the fashion retailer MatchesFashion.com. Earrings, long a loving pair, are ...
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In Cartier and Diamonds, an Unusual Kind of Conservationist

Advertisement LONDON — For Ruth Powys, the chief executive of Elephant Family, an international charity that works to protect Asian elephants and their habitat, jewelry may seem like an unorthodox addition to her wardrobe. “In conservation you normally have dirt down your fingernails and a Swatch watch covered ...
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Generations of Jewelry in a Small Italian City

Advertisement LUCCA, Italy — On a narrow cobbled thoroughfare in this small Tuscan city, one shop’s windows glimmer with jewelry created over centuries. Gioielleria Carli, founded in 1655, promotes itself as Italy’s oldest jewelry store. Hanging from its rib-vaulted ceilings, hand-painted in plaids and fleur-de-lis, crystal chandeliers illuminate ...
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Skin Deep: His Eye Makeup Is Way Better Than Yours

Advertisement Would you be inclined to buy makeup because a 10-year-old boy is showing you how to create a look on Instagram? If we’re talking about Jack Bennett of @makeuupbyjack, then the answer could well be a resounding yes. Since convincing his mother to start his account in ...
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Jewelry: Lalaounis Continues to Create ‘Jewelry With a Soul’

Advertisement ATHENS — Family lore has it that when the hospital discharged each of Ilias Lalaounis’s four daughters after their births, the first place their father took them was not home but to his jewelry workshop, an intricate labyrinth of studios and staircases in the shadow of the ...
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Atelier Swarovski Turns to Man-Made Gems

Advertisement Early this year, when Nadja Swarovski was deciding how to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Atelier Swarovski, she had a vision. “I wanted to do something responsible, sustainable and forward-thinking,” she said, to celebrate the line known for collaborations with design leaders like Karl Lagerfeld, Zaha Hadid ...
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Up Next: The ‘Good Time’ Stylist Has Some Tips for Style on a Budget

Up Next By JOANNA NIKAS Name Miyako Bellizzi Age 29 Hometown Alameda, Calif. Now Lives In a three-bedroom apartment in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn. Claim to Fame Ms. Bellizzi is a stylist and costume designer who worked on the film “Good Time,” transforming Robert Pattinson into Connie ...
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Soho House, but Make It Enlightened

You’ve co-worked, co-lived and co-exercised. Are you ready to co-commune? Welcome to the Assemblage, a new club in Manhattan’s upscale NoMad neighborhood. Its evening-only memberships start at $200 per month, all-day use is $900 — and the menu of services tops out at $6,500 for amenities that include ...
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