• By WSJ   -   Oct 18, 2018

    THE SIMPLEST, MOST COMFORTING FISH RECIPE

    In this dish from New York chef Alex Raij, poaching in olive oil renders flaky white fish luscious and brings out bell peppers' bright...

    New York, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Oct 18, 2018

    HOW TO HIDE A KITCHEN

    Not every homeowner with an open floor plan wants to spotlight the kitchen. Here, a designer put the emphasis on a big room's dining...

    Dining, Design, FREE
  • By WSJ   -   Oct 18, 2018

    ADDICTED TO AUDIO: WHY MUSIC OBSESSIVES BLOW THEIR 401KS CHASING DOWN VINTAGE GEAR

    Vintage-audio collectors are on the hunt for coveted, ancient and pricey components to make their classic stereo systems sing. Here,...

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  • By WSJ   -   Oct 18, 2018

    2019 MINI COOPER COUNTRYMAN PHEV: WORTHWHILE DRIVE, WORTHLESS BATTERY

    From its responsive e-assisted steering to its handsome exterior, there's a lot to like about the ‘effervescent' new Mini, says Dan...

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  • By WSJ   -   Oct 18, 2018

    THE SECRET TO THIS DISH'S DEEP FLAVOR

    It's the age of the meat. Chefs are finding big taste in cuts from more mature animals. Here's where to find them-and what to do with...

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  • By WSJ   -   Oct 17, 2018

    HOPELESSNESS AND HOPE IN 'PAPA WAS A ROLLING STONE'

    Re-recorded by the Temptations in 1972, the psychedelic-soul ballad about parental abandonment became a No. 1 pop hit, winning two...

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  • By WSJ   -   Oct 17, 2018

    WHY YOU SHOULD CONSIDER THE HOUSE WINE

    Today, top chefs are working with talented winemakers to produce private-label wines to be proud of. For wine lovers, too, it's worth...

    Wine, Home, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Oct 17, 2018

    FASHION PHOTOGRAPHER MIKAEL JANSSON DESCRIBES HIS YEAR SHOOTING PORTRAITS OF HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS

    ‘Witnesses' opens in Stockholm tomorrow.

    Fashion, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Oct 17, 2018

    TOURING AMERICA IN AN RV THAT'S BASICALLY A FIVE-STAR HOTEL

    Affluent and adventurous retirees hit the road in Class A motorhomes with plenty of comforts-and a fuel bill that rivals a small mortgage.

    Tour, Hotels, Adventure, Hotel, Star, FREE
  • By WSJ   -   Oct 17, 2018

    ONE LAST NIGHT WITH DIMITRI DIMITROV, SUNSET TOWER'S UNFORGETTABLE MAÎTRE D'

    “I never cry, never.”

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  • By WSJ   -   Oct 17, 2018

    HOW THE MIDI SKIRT VANQUISHED THE MINI SKIRT

    First designed as a conscious reaction to the micro-minis of the 1960s, a longer skirt is now a quietly seductive standard for brands...

    Design, Brands, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Oct 17, 2018

    THIS IS BIG: THE NEW OVERSIZE SILHOUETTE

    Roomy styles in women's clothing signal female swagger: ‘The idea of anything that's overly sexy has simply gone out the window.'

    Women, Styles, Style, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Oct 17, 2018

    WHEN WINNER-TAKE-ALL BATTLES BACKFIRE AT WORK

    There's a right and wrong way to hold internal competition for a promotion. Here's how to keep the runners-up from leaving.

    International, FREE
  • By WSJ   -   Oct 16, 2018

    CARNEGIE INTERNATIONAL OPENS IN PITTSBURGH

    Started in 1896, the Carnegie International has been around longer than the Whitney Biennial and is nearly as old as the Venice Biennale.

    International, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Oct 16, 2018

    WHAT FILMMAKER AND PRO-CLIMBER JIMMY CHIN KEEPS IN HIS PACK

    The co-director of ‘Free Solo' on the gear he relies on to idly doodle, stay limber and clamber up snowy peaks.

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  • By WSJ   -   Oct 16, 2018

    A GUIDE TO SURVIVING THE LONGEST FLIGHT IN THE WORLD

    Even travelers who think they've seen it all need to board with a plan to endure the 18 hours of flying from the New York area to Singapore.

    Traveling, Guide, New York, Singapore, Travel, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Oct 16, 2018

    MY SHAMELESS QUEST FOR A 'SKINNY MIRROR'

    Columnist Michelle Slatalla goes on the hunt for a mirror that makes her look significantly thinner, and is almost talked out of it.

    Look, FREE
  • By WSJ   -   Oct 16, 2018

    HOW TO WEAR A MEN'S TRENCH WITHOUT LOOKING CORNY

    The classic rain coat can be sophisticated if you opt for a modern version that dispenses with costume-y details.

    Men, Look, Costume, PAID
  • By WSJ   -   Oct 16, 2018

    THE ROLLS-ROYCE RESCUED FROM A GEORGIA BARN

    A classic 1933 Rolls-Royce ‘woodie' sat for decades out of site before an auctioneer put up a winning bid for it.

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  • By WSJ   -   Oct 16, 2018

    'THE ART OF RUBE GOLDBERG' REVIEW: THE MACHINERY OF HUMOR

    The first survey of the cartoonist's work in nearly 50 years highlights the way his playful art captured the mechanics of society.

    Art, PAID