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She was her family’s jean-patcher growing up, so she hated holes as an adult. But what about fashionable ones?
Only 4% of sports coverage is devoted to women athletes. New initiatives are aimed at drawing more attention to competitions, and to wooing fans.
Critics of Jay-Z’s partnership with the NFL focus on how former quarterback Colin Kaepernick was slighted. Is there another way to look at the deal?
Many Scandinavians frown on tipping, and they’re not too keen on please or thanks (as English-speakers think of them) either.
Late summer blooms brighten a field on the outskirts of Frankfurt, Germany, as the sun rises on Sept. 6.
I never dreamed I’d be a tech reviewer – or that it would provide such an occasion for cooperation and growth.
More than 60 competitive whistlers gathered outside Los Angeles for the biennial Masters of Musical Whistling international festival and competition.
What “you’re welcome” means is less important than what it does. Even small favors can create a feeling of obligation on the part of the recipient.
Hollywood is not known for embracing actors beyond a certain age. But does a flurry of new offerings with seasoned stars suggest a changing view?
It was during a time of transition that our car needed an oil change, and my Uncle Dale offered a hand.
Clarity and peace mark Arvo Pärt’s music. A new center in Estonia devoted to the composer highlights the global artist’s creative process.
“Blinded by the Light,” like another recent movie, “Yesterday,” is about embracing Western music as a way of transcending racial barriers.
“Nobody Wants Us,” a documentary about an immigration ordeal in 1940, provides food for thought amid current tensions at the U.S. border with Mexico.
The beautiful designs of Nushmia Khan’s nikahnamas – Islamic marriage contracts – help draw attention to each partner’s rights and responsibilities.
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