• By WSJ   -   May 24, 2018

    THE BIG DECORATING MISTAKE: FORGETTING YOUR HALLWAYS

    Maxing out passageways can make your whole house look better. Here, how designers are strengthening the ‘backbone” of the home with...

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  • By WSJ   -   May 24, 2018

    THE HAMPTONS OASIS THAT BARNES & NOBLE BUILT

    Len Riggio and his wife, Louise, have created an art sanctuary.

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  • By WSJ   -   May 23, 2018

    WAIT, WHEN DID AIRPORT HOTELS TURN COOL?

    Travelers are finding places they'd actually want to stay the day before they fly instead of the usual dreary spots good only for their...

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  • By WSJ   -   May 23, 2018

    'ROSEMARY'S BABY,' A DISQUIETING MASTERPIECE, TURNS 50

    With a stellar cast led by Mia Farrow, the film is as relevant today as when it debuted.

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  • By WSJ   -   May 23, 2018

    DOES SMART LUGGAGE REALLY MAKE TRAVEL EASIER?

    High-tech bags preempt the nightmarish struggle to find an outlet at the airport. But they come with their own built-in issues. Here,...

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  • By WSJ   -   May 23, 2018

    UNDISCOVERED EUROPE: A VACATION LIKE NO OTHER

    For travelers eager to go way beyond the tour bus, this “nature park” in northern Bulgaria is home to scenic ruins, ghostly villages...

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  • By WSJ   -   May 23, 2018

    A FRIED-CHICKEN TASTING TOUR OF ATLANTA

    For the gold standard of Southern fried chicken-and some appetizing variants-tuck into these five Atlanta restaurants.

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  • By WSJ   -   May 23, 2018

    DAVID SEDARIS ON A 12-PAGE ATTENTION SPAN

    The author's new collection of short essays covers topics from family to politics; ‘the fight to be as square as straight people'

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  • By WSJ   -   May 23, 2018

    'WHAT DOES PARANOID MEAN?' THE STORY BEHIND THE BLACK SABBATH HIT

    Singer Ozzy Osbourne and engineer Tom Allom talk about the evolution of Black Sabbath's 1971 hit song “Paranoid,” which helped inspire...

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  • By WSJ   -   May 23, 2018

    SHORT STORIES FOR SUMMER READING

    Looking for a summer book? The season brings a crop of new short-fiction collections.

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  • By WSJ   -   May 23, 2018

    ROGER FEDERER CAN'T BE STOPPED

    After a career-threatening injury, and as the oldest top-ranked player, Roger Federer should be planning for retirement. But he's enjoying...

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  • By WSJ   -   May 23, 2018

    BUILD A BETTER BANANA BREAD

    A dollop of crème fraîche, an over-the-top Nutella frosting, a luscious tahini whipped cream: These recipes rescue banana bread from...

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  • By WSJ   -   May 22, 2018

    THE MUSEUM OF ICE CREAM LAUNCHES ITS OWN LINE OF ICE CREAM

    Seven introductory flavors will be sold at Target and in a new Manhattan shop.

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  • By WSJ   -   May 22, 2018

    IN A DIGITAL ERA, HOW CAN OLDER WORKERS STAY IN THE GAME?

    These strategies help veteran employees stay current and valuable as workplaces become younger and more tech-focused

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  • By WSJ   -   May 22, 2018

    ONE LITTLE RED CORVETTE LEADS TO ANOTHER

    Inspired by her father's vintage Chevrolet-and her Barbie's old ride-Kim Burroughs bought and restored her own classic.

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  • By WSJ   -   May 22, 2018

    TWEENS: THE HARDEST HOTEL CUSTOMERS TO PLEASE

    They're too old for kiddie activities, too young for teen programs, but children from 8 to 12 need to stay busy to ensure return visits.

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  • By WSJ   -   May 22, 2018

    NEW MIGRAINE DRUGS OFFER HOPE TO SUFFERERS

    The FDA has approved a new drug called Aimovig that is touted as the first treatment designed specifically to prevent migraines.

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  • By WSJ   -   May 22, 2018

    IS 'MARGARITAVILLE' WASTING AWAY ON BROADWAY?

    ‘Escape to Margaritaville,' the musical based on the tropical-minded catalog of singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett, isn't drumming up...

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  • By WSJ   -   May 21, 2018

    WHAT'S A CLOWN TO DO AFTER THE CIRCUS? ONE IS RUNNING FOR CONGRESS

    Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus closed a year ago, sending performers into new arenas; human cannonball ‘Nitro Nicole' sells...

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  • By WSJ   -   May 21, 2018

    'BEFORE AUDUBON: ALEXANDER WILSON'S BIRDS OF THE UNITED STATES' REVIEW: ORNITHOLOGY TAKES FLIGHT

    Almost two decades before John James Audubon began his famed avian work, Alexander Wilson set out to systematically catalog and illustrate...

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