• By WSJ   -   Mar 5, 2019

    JORDAN PEELE IS THE NEW MASTER OF SUSPENSE

    In his highly anticipated film ‘Us,' the director again uses horror to investigate the soul of contemporary America

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  • By WSJ   -   Mar 5, 2019

    EMILY WEISS'S GLOSSIER PLAY WILL BE FIRST IN A SERIES OF BRAND OFFSHOOTS

    Five years after founding beauty brand Glossier, CEO Emily Weiss launches its first spinoff-a color cosmetics line inspired by '70s...

    Cosmetic, Brands, Beauty, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Mar 5, 2019

    A DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FOR MORE AI IN MEDICINE

    Eric Topol makes the case for how artificial intelligence can improve health care, despite privacy concerns.

    Health, FREE
  • By WSJ   -   Mar 2, 2019

    2020 MCLAREN 600LT SPIDER: THE 'ATTAINABLE' SUPERCAR

    With a base price of $256,500, this potent convertible is the flagship of the brand's Sport series, the closest thing McLaren has to...

    Brands, FREE
  • By WSJ   -   Mar 2, 2019

    WOULD YOU PAY $32,709 FOR A LAB-GROWN DIAMOND?

    Serious designers are making lab-grown gems-produced without the human and environmental tolls of traditional mined diamonds-desirable.

    Diamond, Design, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Mar 2, 2019

    A TRAVELER'S GUIDE TO DISCOVERING NEIGHBORHOOD RESTAURANTS

    From a New York trattoria to a Hong Kong hole-in-the-wall, we celebrate unsung local haunts, with picks from nine Michelin-star chefs....

    Traveling, Travel, Star, Celebrity, Restaurant, Celebration, New York, Guide, Hong Kong, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Mar 1, 2019

    WINTER IS A PERFECT TIME TO EAT THESE CHEESES

    Comté and other firm, flavorful Alpine-style cheeses epitomize the appeal of sun-to-table fromage.

    Styles, Style, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Mar 1, 2019

    ROOM-SERVICE CARBS, AIRPORT COCKTAILS AND OTHER GUILTY TRAVEL PLEASURES

    We asked three jet-setting notables-Aerin Lauder, Paula Zahn and novelist Andrew Sean Greer-to confess their vacation vices.

    Traveling, Vacation, Travel, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Mar 1, 2019

    HOW TO HITCH A RIDE ON A MARDI GRAS FLOAT

    For an insider view of Mardi Gras in New Orleans, nab a spot on a float and shower the crowd with trinkets.

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  • By WSJ   -   Mar 1, 2019

    A PROPER ENGLISH ROAST IN A HALF HOUR

    Quick-roasting quail makes a delicious meal any night of the week. This recipe from the Marksman in London adds succulent braised turnips,...

    London, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Mar 1, 2019

    HOW A.I. IS MAKING SUPERMARKETS LESS EXHAUSTING

    Wallet-free shopping, souped-up grocery carts and robot helpers are making supermarket excursions smarter, easier-and much, much faster.

    Shopping, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Mar 1, 2019

    WHY SERIOUS CYCLISTS ARE PAYING MORE FOR TITANIUM BIKES

    Bespoke titanium bike frames combine all the best qualities of other materials. But convincing one of the world's top designers to...

    Design, Art, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Feb 28, 2019

    ARE YOU TOO OLD TO WEAR COOL SNEAKERS?

    We're in a golden era for covetable sneakers. But at a certain age, should you move on from Nikes and Adidas? Plus: A guide to suitable...

    Guide, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Feb 28, 2019

    IS IT EVER OK TO WEAR A SWEATSUIT OUT IN THE WORLD?

    Designers are turning out the sort of matching ensemble Rocky wore-intended for a coffee run, not a treadmill run.

    Design, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Feb 28, 2019

    'A VIEW FROM THE JEWELER'S BENCH' REVIEW: A GLITTERING EDUCATION

    Focusing on the creation of high-quality bling, an exhibition at the Bard Graduate Center Gallery in upstate New York ranges from a...

    New York, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Feb 28, 2019

    WHAT INTERIOR DESIGNERS HATE TO SEE ON INSTAGRAM

    Too much social-media love can shorten a design trend's life cycle. Here, pros share which looks have been victims of their own success-and...

    Look, Life, Design, Cycling, FREE
  • By WSJ   -   Feb 28, 2019

    WHAT CAN SCIENCE TELL US ABOUT DAD JOKES?

    Humor that leads to groans and eye rolls may still help build stronger relationships between parents and children.

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  • By WSJ   -   Feb 28, 2019

    IS WEARING BLACK BORING? NOT IF YOU CONSIDER ITS SCANDALOUS PAST

    Madame X wore it with little underneath. Coco Chanel riskily passed off a ‘waitress color' as a sign of wealth. Fact is, going dark...

    Chanel, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Feb 27, 2019

    ITALY MAY SAY 'ARRIVEDERCI' TO FOREIGNERS LEADING MUSEUMS

    Four years ago, seven foreigners took the helm of Italy's most prestigious museums. They raised attendance and revenue-and may be about...

    Museum, Italy, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Feb 27, 2019

    TO RELAX, SOME TURN TO TETRIS, STRESS-PRODUCING '80S OBSESSION

    Videogamers find bliss stacking blocks with a New Agey version of the 35-year-old game now featuring psychedelic particles and neon...

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