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Models hit the runway for New York Fashion Week

Models hit the runway for New York Fashion Week Fashion’s biggest names are taking Manhattan by storm for the first New York Fashion Week of the year. Models are hitting the runway in style to show off the fall/winter 2018 ...

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Glamorous camping coming to Governor's Island this May

Collective Retreats — a sustainable and eco-responsible glamping company — is bringing luxury camping to New York City’s Governor’s Island in May. A currently undeveloped section of the partly man-made island, just about 10 minutes away from Manhattan via the ...

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How Olympic athletes can try to avoid the norovirus outbreak

A total number of 128 Winter Olympic officials in PyeongChang, South Korea had confirmed cases of norovirus as of Thursday night. Just a day before the opening ceremony of the 2018 Olympic Winter Games, a norovirus outbreak — at least ...

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Models share harrowing stories of abuse at #MeToo NYFW show

A crowded NYFW venue was blanketed in silence Friday night as a handful of models took the runway to share powerful and emotional personal stories of sexual misconduct, assault and rape. Eight women walked down a white aisle before ending ...

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Lunar New Year restaurant specials in New York City

When Lunar New Year kicks off Feb. 16, families across the world will gather over auspicious foods symbolizing luck, fortune and longevity. In New York City, restaurants will usher in the year of the dog with their own interpretation of ...

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HQ Trivia’s latest enemy: Robot cheaters

HQ Trivia, the app that gives you a live game show in the palm of your hands 12 times a week, has a million-plus players. And just about as many questions about its viability. Since the game burst on the ...

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L.L. Bean gets rid of lifetime returns

It’s Bean swell. Anyone wishing to take advantage of this legendary return policy can rot in h-e L.L., as the famous Maine-based retailer is finally making some changes. Once known for offering a lifetime replacement on all its products, L.L. ...

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Thirdhand smoke is a thing — especially at these places

Decades of smoking in casinos has produced thirdhand smoke, a buildup of toxic residue on all surfaces that can be harmful to staff and visitors alike. Researchers from San Diego State University said that even after smoking was banned at ...

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Don't ignore this city on your next trip to Ecuador

Quito takes your breath away — in more ways than one. At 9,350 feet above sea level, the thin air of Ecuador’s capital can make newcomers huff and puff. But Quito is also stunning, a vibrant city within glorious Andean ...

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Translation error leaves Norway Olympic team with 15,000 eggs

Chefs tasked with feeding the Norwegian Olympians in South Korea thought they were ordering 1,500 eggs, but the figure was lost in translation when the team ended up with a delivery of 15,000 instead. The order was placed by chefs ...

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