Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Style | Assisted Living. For All Ages. domains At all these gleaming new Manhattan luxury developments, life is a banquet of self-enrichment. A pet-portrait party is among the many activities that have been planned for residents of 88 & 90 Lexington Avenue. Credit Credit Jeenah Moon for The New York Times Supported by ByPenelope Green May 21, 2019 Monday was pet portraits in a velvety lounge at 88 & 90 Lexington Avenue, a condominium development on 26th121 East 22nd Street, the OMA-designed, prism-edged tower built by Toll Brothers. Down at 56 Leonard, otherwise known as the Jenga building in TriBeCa, In shiny new developments all over Manhattan, the fulsome amenity spaces — lounges and screening rooms and chef’s kitchens — are being “activated,” as developers and artists like to say, with talks and … [Read more...] about Assisted Living. For All Ages.
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Self-Care Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Self-Care | How the Deprivation of Ramadan Helps Care for the Spirit Advertisement Supported by Self-care Detox has become a broken word. Cleansing starts with confronting mortality. ByFariha Roisin May 21, 2019 For Muslims, the afterlife guides much of our spirituality. “Die before you die,” the Prophet Muhammad once said. As in: Let that ego go, divorce yourself from your earthly body, seek oneness with God and radiate kindness, humility and compassion. Rabia of Basra, a Muslim saint and Sufi mystic, (who was said to have greatly influenced Rumi, the great Persian Muslim poet) wrote: “Ironic, but one of the most intimate acts of our body is death.” Ramadan is a time for fostering this kind of intimacy. And it’s done through a kind of inverted regimen of self-care. The fasting … [Read more...] about How the Deprivation of Ramadan Helps Care for the Spirit
By Joy Sewing Published 2:00 pm CDT, Monday, May 20, 2019 Akris' Albert Kriemler collaborated with the architects of the Menil Drawing Institute – Johnston Marklee, on the attached cashmere/silk scarf. This is now available for pre-order at the Menil Bookstore and also at the Akris boutique in River Oaks District. The scarf retails for $895 and is a photo print of the Drawing Institute. less Akris' Albert Kriemler collaborated with the architects of the Menil Drawing Institute – Johnston Marklee, on the attached cashmere/silk scarf. This is now available for pre-order at the Menil Bookstore and ... more Photo: Akris Photo: Akris Image 1 of / 7 Caption Close Image 1 of 7 Akris' Albert Kriemler collaborated with the architects of the Menil … [Read more...] about Akris teams up with the Menil for special scarf
ORANGE VILLAGE, Ohio -- Pinecrest shoppers will have another option for men’s and women’s apparel when J. Crew opens there on May 23.The national retailer, with specializes in classic, casual styles, describes the 5,700-sq. ft. space as “the brand’s newest prototype, two-door concept store.”The new location replaces the J. Crew store five miles away at Beachwood Place, which closed May 16. J. Crew’s west side store at Crocker Park will remain open. The grand opening festivities at Pinecrest, Thursday from 4-8 p.m., will include bubbly, sweet treats and an appearance by Shore Society designer Rachael Koenig. Shoppers also get a Cleveland mini pennant with purchase, while supplies last. … [Read more...] about J. Crew at Pinecrest nears opening, Beachwood store closes
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Style | For Me, He Was Willing to Face His Worst Fear Advertisement Supported by Modern Love College Essay Contest A college student on medical leave for compulsive behavior finds comfort in a kindred spirit. ByMeaghan Mahoney May 17, 2019 During However, the day I paraded across the unit, sleep-deprived, eyes bleary and pushing a moving cart filled with everything I had brought with me and accumulated while there, the task of convincing myself of my sanity became more difficult. In our hoarding prevention group, the therapist ushered me to stand before the other members, many of them college students on medical leave, like me. That day, I had been chosen to serve as their example of how not to behave during treatment. My error had been furtively accepting various gifts from departing patients so they … [Read more...] about For Me, He Was Willing to Face His Worst Fear