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You Need a Horror Movie Friend for a More Frightening, Less Lonely Life

I was in graduate school when I realized the importance of having a Designated Horror Friend. I spent a lot…

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World

A Nazi Soldier Stole a Watch in 1942. It turned Up 80 Years Later.

After nearly 80 years, a watch that was taken by a Nazi soldier during World War II, lost in a…

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Sports

N.C.A.A. Women’s Tournament: What to Watch as the Round of 64 Begins

The first round of the 2022 N.C.A.A. Division I women’s basketball tournament is finally here. Whether you’ve hitched your wagon…

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Sports

Tissot Celebrates the N.B.A.’s 75th With Team Straps

For those who want to wear their basketball passions on their wrists, Tissot has created a line of leather straps…

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Business

Why Do We Watch the Weather on TV While It Is Happening Just Outside?

Late in January, in Riverhead, N.Y., a local newscaster stood on a main street in falling snow. It was early…

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Business

Beijing Olympic Ratings Were the Worst of Any Winter Games

An average of 11.4 million viewers watched the Beijing Olympics on NBC Universal platforms each night — the smallest prime-time…

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Magazine

Watches Are Getting a Lot More Edgy

Move over classic round watches. The shape of things to come seems to be more sharp edges than gentle curves.…

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Magazine

The Most Prized Watch Brands You’ve Never Heard Of

In 2012, when Scott Heileson turned 35, he decided it was time to buy a nice watch. Like millions of…

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Business

How I Cut My Family’s Cable and Streaming Bill by $170

It was another fat cable bill that finally spurred me to act. For my New Year’s resolution, I would cut…

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Sports

Why Can’t We Turn Away From the N.F.L.?

The N.F.L. does not care about your concerns. It does not care if you think the most recent purge of…

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