Li̇fe

Magazine

On Strawberry Fanta and Other Treats Imbued With Divine Status

HERE IS A bottle of strawberry Fanta, candy red and gleaming like a liquefied Ferrari. Pop the cap and the…

Read More »
World

How Jordan Calhoun, Lifehacker Editor, Spends His Sundays

Jordan Calhoun has become somewhat of a lifestyle expert in the media world. He is the editor in chief of…

Read More »
World

‘Cabaret,’ Starring Eddie Redmayne, Sweeps Olivier Awards

LONDON — A revival of “Cabaret” that has been the talk of London’s theater world since opening in December, on…

Read More »
Business

Glimpses of Northern India’s Vanishing Nomads

Fitting a small stone into a sling made of yak wool, Tsering Stobdan whipped his wrist and let the object…

Read More »
World

Sheila Heti Is Still Asking Questions

In her poignant and imaginative new novel, “Pure Colour,” Sheila Heti opens with an unusual concept: Humans are bears, fish…

Read More »
Business

Can Jennifer Lopez Save the Rom-Com?

LOS ANGELES — Of course the fireplace is lit at Jennifer Lopez’s house. It’s a rainy day just a week…

Read More »
Sports

Two Years After Kobe’s Death, Jerry West About the ‘Shock and Sadness’

Jerry West spent a lifetime becoming one of the most decorated figures in N.B.A. history as a player and an…

Read More »
World

Thich Nhat Hanh on Life, War and Happiness

Thich Nhat Hanh, the influential Zen master, died at 95 on Saturday in the Vietnamese city of Hue, at the…

Read More »
Business

Terry Teachout, Arts Critic With a Wide Range, Is Dead at 65

Terry Teachout, a cultural critic who, in his columns for The Wall Street Journal, The Daily News and other publications,…

Read More »
World

To Reach South Korea, He Risked His Life. To Leave It, He Did It Again.

SEOUL — In November 2020, a North Korean ex-gymnast climbed undetected over 10-foot barbed-wire fences to get into South Korea.…

Read More »
Back to top button