• By WSJ   -   Aug 20, 2018

    AN EX-HUSBAND MOVES BACK IN--FOR CANCER CARE

    As families in the U.S. become smaller and more far-flung, new caregivers emerge, including ex-spouses; “People at work think I'm crazy.”

    People, Family, FREE
  • By WSJ   -   Aug 19, 2018

    'HEDDA STERNE: PRINTED VARIATIONS' REVIEW: ELEVATING THE EVERYDAY

    Though grouped with the Abstract Expressionists, she cut a different path.

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  • By WSJ   -   Aug 19, 2018

    THIS TRAINING TWEAK KEEPS HIM RUNNING AT 70

    A distance runner uses what he calls the Old Fartlek, a jokey variation on a classic Swedish technique, to go easier on his joints...

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  • By WSJ   -   Aug 19, 2018

    PARAMOUNT NETWORK FINDS A HIT IN 'YELLOWSTONE'

    “Yellowstone,” starring Kevin Costner, has found a sizable audience with both male and female viewers, something the network attributes...

    Star, Family, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Aug 17, 2018

    Q&A WITH GLENN CLOSE: THE STAR OF 'THE WIFE'

    The actress discusses her process and her latest role.

    Star, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Aug 17, 2018

    THE NEXT GREAT FASHION TREND IS.NEWSPAPERS?

    Thanks to an advertisement for the streetwear brand Supreme, Monday's New York Post flew off the stands. How fashion collaborations...

    Brands, Fashion, New York, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Aug 17, 2018

    'PRETTY WOMAN' REVIEW: SUPER-SAFE SEX ON BROADWAY

    This musical adaptation of the 1990 movie just goes through the motions.

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  • By WSJ   -   Aug 17, 2018

    'WE THE ANIMALS' REVIEW: SIBLING INTIMACY

    Jeremiah Zagar's debut feature portrays life in a volatile family seen through the eyes of one of three young brothers.

    Life, Family, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Aug 17, 2018

    'CRAZY RICH ASIANS' REVIEW: CONSPICUOUSLY CONSUMING FUN

    At the core of Jon M. Chu's romantic comedy, the first movie in decades to tell an Asian-American story with Asians in all the leading...

    Family, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Aug 17, 2018

    ARETHA FRANKLIN, THE QUEEN OF SOUL, DIES

    Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul who understood vocal harmony and phrasing perhaps better than any of her female pop and soul contemporaries,...

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  • By WSJ   -   Aug 16, 2018

    ARE WE IN THE LAST DAYS OF DIESEL?

    The 2018 Range Rover HSE Td6 may already be doomed. As diesel sales free-fall and European cities ban diesel vehicles, Dan Neil wonders...

    Diesel, City, FREE
  • By WSJ   -   Aug 16, 2018

    THIS EXUBERANT CARDIGAN IS THE IDEAL ANTIDOTE TO OFFICE AIR CONDITIONING

    Ditch that drab old sweater that's been draped over your chair all summer and consider this unique alternative.

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  • By WSJ   -   Aug 16, 2018

    SMALL-TOWN THEATERS WORTH THE TRIP

    Forget cringeworthy summer stock: These theater venues scattered around the country offer quality productions in scene-stealing settings...

    Wellness, Trip, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Aug 16, 2018

    WILL THESE NEW FEATURES HELP RELIEVE YOUR SMARTPHONE ADDICTION?

    To help screen addicts break the habit, Big Tech companies like Apple, Google and Facebook are finding new ways to warn of overuse.

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  • By WSJ   -   Aug 16, 2018

    10 BURNING QUESTIONS ABOUT COLOGNE, ANSWERED

    Men's fashion editor Jacob Gallagher takes on questions both practical and whimsical about the most evanescent element of style.

    Style, Men, Fashion, Styles, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Aug 16, 2018

    3 SUPER-FUN EXPERIMENTS FOR PINT-SIZE SCIENTISTS

    Kate Biberdorf-aka ‘Kate the Chemist'-shares three awe-inspiring, safe, occasionally yummy home experiments for curious kids.

    Home, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Aug 16, 2018

    THIS SALAD IS THE BEST WAY TO USE ALL THE VEGETABLES YOU HAVE RIGHT NOW

    From chef Ann Kim in Minneapolis, this panzanella of tomatoes, zucchini, cucumbers, feta and olives has big, crunchy croutons that...

    Drink, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Aug 16, 2018

    COULD THIS APPLIANCE REPLACE YOUR OVEN?

    Roast beef. Cinnamon Rolls. Frittatas. The air fryer-a gizmo both maligned and adored-can handle far more than french fries. But first...

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  • By WSJ   -   Aug 16, 2018

    'LEONARDO: DISCOVERIES FROM VERROCCHIO'S STUDIO' REVIEW: SEARCHING FOR A MASTER'S HAND

    An exhibition posits that portions of the works of one Renaissance master were painted by the young Leonardo da Vinci, inviting visitors...

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  • By WSJ   -   Aug 16, 2018

    WHAT'S THE REMEDY FOR CAR SICKNESS?

    Summer road trips often mean bouts of motion sickness for children; a doctor explains the science behind the nausea.

    Trip, Car, Cars, PAID