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    SCAM OR NOT

    What Are the Benefits of CBD?

    More than 60 percent of CBD users were taking it for anxiety, according to a survey of 5,000 people. Does it help?

  1. PhotoThe operators of Cornerstone Sonoma, a popular site for weddings in Sonoma, Calif., had plans in place for dealing with power outages. Pacific Gas & Electric, the utility giant, has been preemptively cuting off power, eliminating the risk that one of its transmission lines would spark and lead to fires.
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    Weddings Go On, With or Without Power

    Rolling blackouts in California have some couples scrambling on their wedding day as venues adjust to the uncertainty wind-driven fires are causing.

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    My Algorithm Makeover

    Wherein our columnist gives up on shopping and lets Amazon’s Personal Shopper dress her for fall.

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Scam or Not

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    Is Celery Juice a Sham?

    There are claims that the staid, crunchy workhorse usually found beside Buffalo wings can heal autoimmune diseases, among other benefits. Is that true?

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    Are There Benefits to Drinking Kombucha?

    If by “benefits” you mean being wildly popular and sometimes unpredictably alcoholic, then yes.

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    What Are the Benefits of Turmeric?

    Famed for purported anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, the botanical is hailed for helping a host of conditions. Is that true?

The Office: An Analysis

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    Young People Are Going to Save Us All From Office Life

    Gen Z-ers and millennials have been called lazy and entitled. Could they, instead, be among the first to understand the proper role of work in life?

  2. PhotoThe swing era continues at Focus in just one conference room.
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    They Are What You Eat

    A visit to the headquarters of your favorite mall foods.

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Self-Care

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    What Are the Benefits of CBD?

    More than 60 percent of CBD users were taking it for anxiety, according to a survey of 5,000 people. Does it help?

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    Fostering A Community For Healing

    Lauren Ash, founder of Black Girl in Om, wants women of color to be well.

Vows

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  1. PhotoJennifer Hindieh and Alexander Najman were married Sept. 14 at the Village Club in Sands Point, N.Y.
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    A Philosopher and a Scientist Share a Bench

    Alexander Najman’s family is Jewish. Jennifer Hindieh has Syrian roots. Despite family backgrounds, the two soon found they were of like minds.

  2. PhotoDoug Davis and Jessica Muscio at their wedding reception Sept. 7 at the High Line Hotel in New York. Mr. Davis is the son of the music executive Clive Davis.
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    On Again, Off Again, and With a Nudge, Now On Forever

    For Jessica Muscio and Doug Davis, the journey down the aisle was nine years in the making. Along the way came children, a house, and a new perspective about commitment.

  3. PhotoAnthony Hemingway (left) and Steven Norfleet were married Sept. 1 at the Newhall Mansion in Piru, Calif.
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    ‘Our Love Is Built to Last’

    Anthony Hemingway and Steven Norfleet traveled in similar Hollywood circles, but didn’t meet until after a church service.

  4. PhotoLoren Voss and Art Moore pose for photos with their wedding party at Gettysburg National Military Park. The two were married Aug. 24 in Gettysburg, Pa.
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    Love Is a Battlefield

    Loren Voss and Art Moore, both with military backgrounds and an interest in long conversations about war, married in Gettysburg, Pa.

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Modern Love

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    What Shamu Taught Me About a Happy Marriage

    In this popular essay from June 2006 — one of the most emailed New York Times articles ever — a wife tries to improve her husband by using exotic-animal training techniques.

Love

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  1. PhotoIn 2012, Sarah Aiken donated bone marrow to a stranger. Seven years later during her wedding weekend, Ms. Aiken finally met Kinley Strohl, who was 6 years old and battling blood cancer when she received a transplant from Ms. Aiken.
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    A Bride Meets the Girl Whose Life She Saved

    Sarah Aiken and Kinley Strohl, a young girl who needed Ms. Aiken’s bone marrow, had never met in person. A wedding quickly became an even bigger celebration of new beginnings.

  2. PhotoThe operators of Cornerstone Sonoma, a popular site for weddings in Sonoma, Calif., had plans in place for dealing with power outages. Pacific Gas & Electric, the utility giant, has been preemptively cuting off power, eliminating the risk that one of its transmission lines would spark and lead to fires.
    CreditTalia Herman for The New York Times

    Weddings Go On, With or Without Power

    Rolling blackouts in California have some couples scrambling on their wedding day as venues adjust to the uncertainty wind-driven fires are causing.

  3. PhotoJennifer Hindieh and Alexander Najman were married Sept. 14 at the Village Club in Sands Point, N.Y.
    CreditJose A. Alvarado Jr. for The New York Times

    A Philosopher and a Scientist Share a Bench

    Alexander Najman’s family is Jewish. Jennifer Hindieh has Syrian roots. Despite family backgrounds, the two soon found they were of like minds.

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Skin Deep

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    What’s Your Great Beauty Idea?

    Rather than tell you what beauty products you should want, Volition Beauty, a crowdsourced start-up, wants to loop you into the process.

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    Is This the Shape of Things to Come?

    Body-contouring procedures — nonsurgical treatments that promise to freeze fat or build muscle while you lie there — are soaring in popularity. Are they for real?

  3. PhotoLizzo posed for a portrait at the NoMad Hotel in downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday.
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    How Lizzo Does That

    The star, with one of the biggest hits of the summer, clues us in on her beauty rituals.

NYT Parenting

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Scene City

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    A Night at the Ballet

    Galas were held for the New York City Ballet, Carnegie Hall and the City Parks Foundation.