Last year, mountain resorts were overrun by travelers in search of space and fresh air. The visitors are expected back, but now the towns have expanded activities and plans in place to deal with the crowds.
Accessories like garden ornaments, furniture and firepits can make a beautiful landscape even more appealing. Here’s where to start.
Readers share life lessons from an extraordinary year.
The Modern Love podcast wants to hear from you.
Rarely does the news stop to focus on the good, because there’s always another looming crisis that demands our attention.
A third-grade class in a historic town navigated a school year of loss and resilience shadowed by the pandemic.
The popularity of virtual cards has grown again as people sought ways to connect with loved ones and friends in the isolation and separation of Covid-19 restrictions.
With new opportunities and a different perspective as the pandemic eases, workers are choosing to leave their jobs in record numbers.
Predicting the future is a huge part of retail. Trend forecasters are back at it, eyes more on TikTok than the runway, adapting to a reality no one could have predicted.
Rental and condo buildings have increased the amount of shared work spaces and also introduced private offices and conference rooms.
The two-way path for cyclists, replacing one of the traffic lanes, will make the promenade pedestrian-only.
Remote learning needs to end with the pandemic.
I taped personal messages to raise money for charity. I didn’t expect the requests to hit close to home. People wanted me to tell them, “You are OK.”
A new, lingerie-inspired take on the midriff for Hot Vax Summer.
In updated recommendations, the federal health agency said both domestic and international travel was low risk for fully vaccinated Americans. But travel remains far from simple.
Creating a digital certificate of vaccination against the coronavirus is one of the hottest debates right now. What’s keeping it from happening, and why are some people opposed?
For now, the best way to show that you’ve been inoculated against the coronavirus is a simple white card. Here, your key questions are answered.
They bought the house in Mammoth Lakes, Calif., thinking it would be nice for weekends in the winter. But Covid changed that.
Once again, a period of turmoil has generated a new wave of professional bakers.
The pandemic has caused huge job losses among women. A program called Selfmade aims to help by teaching entrepreneurial skills.
Interest in visiting the islands is running high, but the price of paradise can be multiple Covid tests, expensive stints in quarantine, long waits in line and more.
The young stars of the HBO skate comedy discuss how pandemic-era New York shaped the new season. “Our show grows with us and changes with our world,” Ajani Russell said.
A cartoonist marvels as his wife juggles directing an Oregon theater, and their family, during the pandemic.
For those in other boroughs who dreamed of Manhattan, there was a silver lining to the pandemic: lower rents.
He started one Saturday as the pandemic was raging. Then he just kept going, never mind Chicago’s winter.
The Ivy League school said it was dismissing allegations that students had looked up online course materials during remote exams.
Tim Dolan of Broadway Up Close and his crew of tour guides are back on the sidewalks, catering to a growing number of visitors.
What clothes are cool right now? The terrifying answer is you can wear whatever you want.
The New York Times asked photography students at the Bronx Documentary Center to show us how they see themselves.
At locations across the country, there have been complaints about shortages of key ingredients for popular drinks, breakfast foods and even cups, lids and straws.
After a year of record price declines, lease signings are up and landlords are pulling back on rent concessions.
To fill empty buildings, developers have been offering generous concessions, including up to five months of free rent.
“You need art that matches your intensity,” writes our advice columnist.
The annual event, which has dropped “film” from its name, began after 9/11, as part of New York City’s comeback. Can it stage an encore this month?
Please don’t make me stay at that party.
Music and mindfulness have become increasingly linked during the pandemic, and artists like Erykah Badu, Grimes and Arcade Fire are teaming with tech companies to make it happen.
Many people who have found fame on TikTok are struggling with mental health issues.
Experts share tips on how couples can adjust to spending time apart again.
As workers prepare to return to the office in coming months, here are six towns and cities to consider squeezing in a working vacation or two.
From on-demand video libraries to rooftop classes, boutique workout spots broadened beyond their tight spaces.
The New Jersey town felt like home right away, and the pandemic made it even more so.
Eliminating remote learning exacerbates already-existing educational and health care inequities.
It was the largest Bitcoin event in the world and the first major in-person crypto conference since the pandemic started. The jargon, the liquor and the millionaire talk flowed.
Kyle Gorman spends much of the day touring parts of the city that are participating in the popular outdoor program.
After a stalled season last year, the beach buskers, bait sellers and heladeros embody the spirit of a city scrambling back.
The actor and comedian Niecy Nash and her wife, Jessica Betts, a musician, reveal how crab legs, skinny dipping and therapy improved their life as newlyweds.
It’s an important safety issue to review every summer, and this may be an especially good moment to brush up.
After moving back in with their parents during the pandemic, some young adults are struggling to adjust to life on their own.
For many people, after more than a year of the pandemic, travel feels like something to dread. But it can still mean liberation, the author and psychologist argues.
Dispatches from the pandemic for my 3-year-old.