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Virgil Abloh — Vuitton designer and style visionary — dies at 41
Abloh privately battled cancer for more than two years.
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Where to order the best panettone this holiday season
Great panettone doesn't come cheap. Here's where to find the lightest, most feathery loaves.
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Solution to Evan Birnholz’s Nov. 28 Post Magazine crossword, “What’s Wrong With This Picture?”
Picture imperfect.
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Carolyn Hax: Husband with low self-esteem lashes out at negative feedback
At any mention of something he could help with or improve on, this husband reacts like he's being told "he is the worst person in the world.”
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Ask Amy: Going on a cruise and dreading telling a sister who won’t make her own plans
Reader is sympathetic to her sister who has been widowed for 20 years. But she keeps insisting on including herself in couple’s plans.
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6 easy, satisfying snacks for weekend grazing
If you're looking for something fun and filling to eat on the weekend but don't want a whole meal, try these satisfying snack recipes.
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After 50 years, the mystery of these Vietnam War photos of ‘Donut Dollies’ is solved
An Army veteran finally gets his wish to say thank you to the young women who visited the troops.
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Carolyn Hax: Subject of too-filtered, too-flattering photo wants it taken down
She edited about 10 years off their photo, made them look "amazing" and posted it online — is it okay to ask her to take it down?
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Hints From Heloise: Traveling with family again? Keep these tips in mind.
Here’s how to make sure your big trip with family or friends goes off without a hitch.
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Miss Manners: Friend snooped in a closet to see if we used a gift he gave us
Our friend has given us many gifts over the years. I found out he has checked our house to see whether they’re being used.
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Ask Amy: Your dear friend is stuck in ‘high school drama.’ Is it wrong to cut her off?
Reader upset by friend’s overdramatic life, but not sure if she should fully cut her out of life.
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