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After decades in the East Village, where they managed their own building, a couple longed for something easier in a new neighborhood. Did they make the right choice? https://t.co/5JJcr1Riby
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All photos are fraught, but the passport photo — an image through which you interact with authorities, borders and your own citizenship — is especially electric. It is also generally, and notoriously, unflattering. https://t.co/a3vupTOxA2
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Brittle stars are commonly five-armed species of echinoderms that are related to starfish. Scientists believe they have found a new type. “If I found this thing, I just would have died,” said an expert on sea stars. “That thing is all teeth.” https://t.co/iqOXwFpij5
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Can I get a “vaccine passport?” Are they legal? Why are people opposed? Here’s what we know about the current status of digital health passes and some of the roadblocks they are facing in the U.S. https://t.co/JZ8ahyjq85
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For a photographer based in Juneau, two Alaskan roads — the Glenn Highway and the Richardson Highway — formed the backbone of a stunning late-spring road trip. https://t.co/RjmaOV3EqK
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Consuming four or five eight-ounce cups of coffee (or about 400 milligrams of caffeine) a day has been associated with reduced death rates, numerous studies suggest. ☕ https://t.co/DIWO6j8X9R
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Exclusive: An examination of how the pandemic unfolded inside JFK8, Amazon’s only fulfillment center in New York City, documents the untold story of how the coronavirus exposed the power and peril of Amazon’s employment system. https://t.co/INIheVYQsB
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Experts say couples can emerge from the pandemic stronger than ever by learning from the past and looking toward the future. Here is a seven-point plan to get started. 💞 https://t.co/Iz0NQQpYJI
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Geologists and archaeologists are coming up against a unique obstacle when trying to examine cave drawings: layers and layers of bat poop. https://t.co/v85QCD1O0u
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Few noticed Wyomia Tyus’s subtle gesture in support of human rights at the 1968 Olympics. But her act is part of a rich history of athlete protest. https://t.co/pSJxRdfP4M
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Some 65 million years ago, a rock from outer space slammed into Earth, wreaking havoc on life in its wake and leaving a large crater on our planet’s surface. No, it’s not the one you’re thinking of. https://t.co/xXhaZr1jYf
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There are many Maines, and driving up U.S. Route 1 nicely reveals them — from the state's lobster shacks and antiques stores to vast forests and a lost French colony. https://t.co/4J2ZudEUuT
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While virtually every vegetable can be grilled, not all should be cooked the same way. Master these two basic methods and you'll have the key to grilling veggies. https://t.co/UnShoyf1Ib
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Hitting the road for a vacation this summer? Here are five things to keep in mind before your road trip. https://t.co/0qTBdZp5bV
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6 hours ago
.@wirecutter tested more than 30 molds to see which makes the most consistent, easy-to-eat homemade popsicles to tame sweaty kids and cool overheated party guests this summer. https://t.co/DR15Z7lV9U
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Amazon's high turnover is by design. Jeff Bezos wanted to avoid a long-serving, entrenched work force, calling it “a march to mediocrity,” so instead of working to retain employees, he created incentives for them to leave. https://t.co/mjgUNvR2jx
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