Books of Style: Hygge Gets Heave-Ho as Swedes, Norwegians Join the Fun

Lykke, pronounced loo-kah, like the character in the Suzanne Vega song, is the Danish word for happiness, perhaps that country’s most valuable commodity. (Denmark often sits at the top of lists of the world’s happiest countries.) Meik Weiking, who is the C.E.O. of the Happiness Research Institute in ...
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Sag Harbor’s Historic Cinema Saved

Advertisement SAG HARBOR, N.Y. — It was a cliffhanger ending out of silent film-era two-reeler. Just days before the anniversary of the fire that partly destroyed the Sag Harbor Cinema last December and weeks ahead of the deadline to purchase the theater from its longtime owner, word came ...
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The Year in Stuff

Advertisement It was a year that felt like a decade: 2017 saw the arrival of a new president (and an at-the-ready resistance movement), the unsealing of long-held silences on abuse and consent, a radically new world order and a terrifying spate of natural and human-made disasters (fire, water, ...
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‘Where Out-of-Town Girls Could Come Feel Safe in New York’

At a recent event for the very active alumnae of Finch College, the genteel Upper East Side women’s school that dramatically closed its doors in 1975, wine flowed along with conversation inside the music room of the Birch Wathen Lenox School on East 77th Street. There was talk ...
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Up Next: A Young Photographer With an ‘Honest Gaze’

Advertisement Tyler Mitchell Age 22 Hometown Atlanta Now Lives In a one-bedroom apartment in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, where he is still unpacking boxes. “My life is a mess right now — a really good mess,” he said. Mr. Mitchell handles color prints he handmade from photographs ...
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Encounters: ‘Insecure’ No More, Yvonne Orji Still Enjoys Cheap Pizza

Advertisement Not long ago, after performing for a packed audience at Carolines on Broadway as part of a stand-up show called “Sisters of Comedy: Night of Levity for Black Lives,” Yvonne Orji gathered more than a dozen of her friends who live in New York to celebrate. They ...
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The Year in Style: Can Parents ‘Robot-Proof’ Their Child’s Job Future?

Advertisement Like a lot of children, my sons, Toby, 7, and Anton, 4, are obsessed with robots. In the children’s books they devour at bedtime, happy, helpful robots pop up more often than even dragons or dinosaurs. The other day I asked Toby why children like robots so ...
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Me Time: $75 for Three Minutes at Minus 230 Degrees? Sure, We’ll Try It

Me Time By MARISA MELTZER “Have you ever tried cryotherapy?” my friend Karyn asked me while we were waiting for a yoga class to begin at Sky Ting in TriBeCa. I hadn’t, but she was the third friend to ask me about it in a two-week span. Our ...
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Hey, ‘Budtender’: Los Angeles’s Power Brokers of Pot Crank Up the Kook

LOS ANGELES — Carli Jo Bidlingmaier was talking to a group of 20-somethings in a living room in the Bel-Air neighborhood here, weeks before the wildfires. She was explaining that consuming marijuana allows a woman to awaken her “yoni,” a Sanskrit term for vagina favored by Hollywood bohemians ...
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List of Five: Bobby Flay’s Recipe for Looking Tailored

The chef and restaurateur Bobby Flay, 52, often appears on television in his chef coat, but off screen he’s found a reliable style that’s part cozy, part tailored. It helps that he stays trim, too, which is no small feat for a chef who travels so much. His ...
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My Space: A Tour of Bill Whitaker’s High-Rise Living Room in Harlem

My Space By STEVEN KURUTZ Bill Whitaker Age 66 Occupation Journalist; correspondent on “60 Minutes” Location Harlem His Favorite Room When Mr. Whitaker landed at “60 Minutes” in 2014, he and his wife, Terry, left Los Angeles after two decades and moved to a modern apartment overlooking Central ...
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Why Is Fashion Having an Astral Moment?

If anyone can restore proper awe to the notion of space travel, Buzz Aldrin can. At 87, Mr. Aldrin, who made history in 1969 when he set foot on the moon, has hung on to his plain-as-folk charm and easy, infectious enthusiasm. Those attractions may well factor into ...
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My Workout: How Andy Dunn of Bonobos Tackles His Workday

Advertisement As the founder and chief executive of Bonobos, Andy Dunn, 30, lives the hectic life of an entrepreneur. From back-to-back meetings to tracking his Fitbit, Mr. Dunn has been trying to carve out more “me time.” Here is his (not always successful) strategy for balancing life and ...
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From Ho, Ho, Ho to No, No, No! Office Parties Feel the Chill

Remember the scene in the movie “Office Christmas Party” when the head of human resources grabbed the D.J.’s microphone and told employees to have sex in the parking lot instead of in their cubicles? Wait, you didn’t see it? Well, anyway: Those days are over, even in jest ...
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