Celebrate the Air Jordan 1 "Prototype" With a Look Back at Experimental AJ1s

Sneakerheads pride themselves on their encyclopedic knowledge of Air Jordan 1 history. Possessing intel on models before they release is something else entirely. Nonetheless, glimpses of sneaker prototypes can be found online, usually in the form of leaks, samples listed for resale and educated speculation from the community. It’s a kind of sneaker culture that happens behind the scenes, outside […]

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Mike Flanagan Explores His Private Horrors in ‘Midnight Mass’

The writer-director Mike Flanagan has become best known for his adaptations of works by Shirley Jackson (“The Haunting of Hill House”), Henry James (“The Haunting of Bly Manor”) and Stephen King (“Gerald’s Game,” “Doctor Sleep”). The horrors in his latest project, “Midnight Mass,” a seven-episode limited series that premiered Friday on Netflix, are homegrown. That includes the unease of being […]

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In Brooklyn, a Couple With Opposing Tastes Strike a Balance

AS A CHILD in Virginia, Michael Brown collected birds’ nests, stamps and mounted beetles and butterflies. By the age of 10, he had graduated to Goofus glass vases — cold-painted trinkets produced in the early 20th century that were often given as fairground prizes — and old-fashioned spectacle frames he’d find at local flea markets. His first job, at 18, […]

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Answers to Your Questions About Covid Booster Shots

This week, the Food and Drug Administration authorized Pfizer-BioNTech Covid vaccine booster shots for certain older Americans and those considered at high risk for complications from Covid-19. Here are answers to some of your questions. Who is eligible for a booster shot? The F.D.A. authorized booster shots for a select group of people who received their second dose of the […]

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Paranormal Play in Denver From Meow Wolf

DENVER — Meow Wolf trades on the dark side of American popular culture, in cults and conspiracies, in supernatural beings, extraterrestrials and unsolvable conundrums. The chain of oversized, immersive art installations teases visitors who wander through its dimly-lit environments by dropping hints about nefarious mysteries they could spend a lifetime — not to mention multiple $45 admission charges — trying […]

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Arket Is Making Your Home Cozy for FW21

Stockholm-based label Arket is a bit like a one-stop shop for all things Nordic, and aside from its beautifully minimal clothes, the label is also good for decorating your home, as this new Fall/Winter 2021 collection proves. Arket describes the collection as being comprised of “beautifully crafted decor items,” adding “the simplicity of form pairs with carefully chosen materials and […]

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