Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Style | Are You My Husband? Supported by Modern Love A biking accident alters the dynamic of a couple’s marriage, for worse (and for better). ByMegan Horst Jan. 25, 2019 Recently The directness of the question, from a stranger, shook me. Especially since my husband was still very much alive, less than three miles away in our house. Yet it was not the first time this had come up. Various people, from my stepmother-in-law to my therapist, have said something along the lines of, “I think you need to grieve the loss of your husband.” My chiropractor said, “Something is stuck inside of you. You need to let it out.” That something, she suggested, was grief. This may have been good advice, but it’s not easy to implement when you still text your husband the grocery list, negotiate … [Read more...] about Are You My Husband?
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1. What movie made the most dough in the U.S. this year without featuring superheroes? A. “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” B. “Mission: Impossible – Fallout” C. “Solo: A Star Wars Story” 2. Which Drake song inspired the year’s biggest viral dance challenge? A. “God’s Plan” B. “Nice for What” C. “In My Feelings” 3. What did stars don on the Golden Globes red carpet in honor of Time’s Up? A. White ribbons B. All black C. Red roses 4. What TV show was cancelled by one broadcast network and picked up by another in the span of 31 hours? A. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” B. “Last Man Standing” C. “Lucifer” 5. The Tony Awards’ Best Musical, “The Band’s Visit,” is about a band visiting where? A. Egypt B. Saudi Arabia C. Israel 6. Which artist paid tribute to Prince during the Super Bowl halftime show? A. Janet Jackson B. Justin Timberlake … [Read more...] about Before wrapping up this roller coaster year, test how much you remember (even if you’d rather forget).
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index U.S. Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by ByVivian Yee and Miriam Jordan Oct. 8, 2018 The youngest child to come before the bench in federal immigration courtroom No. 14 was so small she had to be lifted into the chair. Even the judge in her black robes breathed a soft “aww” as her latest case perched on the brown leather. Her feet stuck out from the seat in small gray sneakers, her legs too short to dangle. Her fists were stuffed under her knees. As soon as the caseworker who had sat her there turned to go, she let out a whimper that rose to a thin howl, her crumpled face a bursting dam. The girl, Fernanda Jacqueline Davila, was 2 years old: brief life, long journey. The caseworker, a big-boned man from the shelter that had been contracted to raise her since she was taken from her grandmother at the border in late July, was … [Read more...] about Migrant Children in Search of Justice: A 2-Year-Old’s Day in Immigration Court
Amelia Bates/Grist Looking for news you can trust?Subscribe to our free newsletters. This story was originally published by Grist and appears here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Mary Elizabeth, a redheaded woman in exercise clothes, is holding an extremely bald, blubbery baby when she answers her door. She’s smiling through the exhaustion of new parenthood and is almost gushingly friendly. She wants to let the Environmental Voter Project intern on her doorstep know that she really appreciates what her visitor is doing, really. And yes, of course she’s going to vote in the upcoming election, it’s so important! But she can’t really talk right now. I’m standing on the porch with said intern—Adrienne La Forte, a junior at Tufts University who looks like a cross between Zooey Deschanel and Frances Bean Cobain, but in Tevas—to get that exact promise. So we don’t really need more of Mary Elizabeth’s … [Read more...] about The Environmental Voter Project Knows Who You Are, and How to Trick You Into Saving the Planet
"What if I told you I think Clifford is one of the greatest films of all time?" Steve Martin and Martin Short bring their duo show, An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest of Your Life, to the Edgefield this Sunday. It’s riotously expensive and may sound about as appealing as Sunday school to some of you. But these guys are giants and no one lives forever. The great thing about seeing successful artists who clearly don’t need to do this kind of work is that it forces you to consider why, in fact, they do it. And the answer is always because it’s what they are supposed to do. And because they love it. I hope that's true. (And if you don't have a spare few hundred dollars lying around to get your hands on any remaining tickets, a version of An Evening You Will Forget... is also currently on Netflix.) How different is the live show from the Netflix special?Steve Martin: I'll tell you, it goes in and out. We have a lot of new material, which we worked on very hard since … [Read more...] about “Are You Talking to Both of Us?” A Long Q&A with Steve Martin and Martin Short