A cento is a poem written using borrowed lines, like ones from this publication. Don’t forget to give credit.
Though many bars are under lockdown restrictions, pub quiz companies still operate online. You provide the booze, they provide the brainteasers.
Even as more young men and women in need want to play, the pandemic has made it more difficult for nonprofits to raise money.
In the latest installment of our Designer D.I.Y. series, learn how to breathe new life into old clothes with a classic sashiko stitch.
Three savers learned some important lessons early on.
Have a list, a budget and some patience.
Excessive screen time can be harmful to our well-being, but we can free ourselves from tech’s hooks with goals, rules and boundaries.
The skilled gardener and ceramist Frances Palmer offers a primer on how to decorate a card with dried botanicals.
Being out on the slopes is a perfect pandemic escape. It’s everything around the skiing that’s hard. What you need to know to navigate this year.
A new series, Around the World at Home, lets readers channel the spirit of a faraway place without hopping on a flight.
Sohla El-Waylly is here for the holiday’s best side, which she griddles into sandwich filling, fries into croutons and simmers into dumplings for soup.
A father photographs his family life during the coronavirus crisis.
With a little paint and accordion folding, your newspaper can become décor for your Thanksgiving table.
Tenants are on the hook when they break a lease — but only if the landlord makes a reasonable effort to re-rent the apartment. How do you know if they’re doing that?
A negative test is helpful, scientists and doctors say. But it doesn’t mean you should skip other measures, like quarantining, masking and distancing.
Thanksgiving is coming up, but you still have to eat dinner. Here are some thoughts.
There are countless ways to invite Paris into your home. All you need is a little creativity. And perhaps a glass of Champagne.
The president-elect is considering tax changes that could affect stock sales, selling a family business and leaving money to heirs. But we still don’t know how much he’ll be able to do.
Under the pandemic relief program, taxpayers can deduct up to $300, even if they take the standard deduction. And even if $300 doesn’t sound like much, it’s “a big deal” to the needy.
A ninth-century Viking adventure, a game about robots that literally feels good to play and an escape from hell: Here is what’s new across gaming systems to satisfy players of all stripes.
The art of making connection even in a time of dislocation.
With coronavirus cases raging across the U.S., holiday food shopping just got more complicated. We asked the experts for advice.
Skipping travel this year to stop the spread of Covid-19? Here’s how to digitally reimagine the holiday, from meal prep to after-dinner activities.
Heart and lung damage can happen after even mild illness, prompting doctors to recommend caution before returning to your workout.
Meteor showers can light up night skies from dusk to dawn, and if you’re lucky you might be able to catch a glimpse.
Get out of your head, and make something new, whether its barbecue chicken pizza, mozzarella in carrozza or a lentil-sweet potato salad.
Plan out the trip home and set ground rules for safe socializing. And remember that they’ve had a tough year, too, so give them the space to talk about it.
Owning actively traded shares can create conflicts of interest. Georgia’s Senate candidates agree. Will others? Mutual funds could be good for them.
Excellent recipes for a climate-friendly diet.
Millions lost their insurance, along with their jobs, during the pandemic. But many people are eligible for financial help.
As coronavirus infections rage across the U.S., we asked the experts how families and students should manage the risks of the holiday break.
Get tested at a public facility. Question what services are being provided. And know your rights under federal law.
A new study shows that more than half of enrollees don’t review or compare their coverage options annually.
Yes, you can enjoy socializing again. But it might take a little effort.
Every wine region makes them. Here are three different versions, made in different places from different grapes, each with its own festive message.
A reader senses biased policy enforcement at the horse stable.
If you’re feeling pressured, here are a few ways to keep the peace.
Here’s what’s new about the seventh edition, and how it works.
Deciding where to sit on a plane has always been an exercise in strategy and skill: how to get the most legroom, the best shut-eye, the quickest exit. The stakes certainly feel higher now.
It’s open enrollment season for the Affordable Care Act. Anyone who needs insurance for next year can pick a plan now.
Here are a few creative ways to connect with your remote guests and integrate them into your celebration during the pandemic.
Every November, people ask Samin Nosrat if her beloved roast chicken recipe works with turkey. She decided to find out.
Single people make up one third of all American households and finding ways to celebrate this Thanksgiving means taking action ahead of time.
Make time for it.
Here’s what you need to make the end of the meal shine.
Even in an anxious time, children’s anxiety is treatable.
Athletes who have endured the most grueling tests have a lot to tell us about how to thrive in the pandemic.
With the family together for the holiday, you might be looking for tabletop games that will delight kids and grown-ups alike. Here are a few you can all play together.
These simple dishes will set you up for a spectacular meal.
It will be an unusual holiday, with even the closest of families deciding to keep their distance. Perhaps this year we can toast each other from afar.