admin

The WeWork Manifesto: First, Office Space. Next, the World.

It may sound simplistic, but around the globe, companies are buying whatever it is that Mr. Neumann and his co-founder, Miguel McKelvey, are selling. WeWork has rapidly expanded to 20 countries, assembled a formidable executive team and attracted some 200,000 members. Big companies like JPMorgan Chase and Siemens are signing on as tenants, and revenues are growing fast, expected to ...

Read More »

In New York, a View of Even a Small Park Adds Value

Another site, on Second Avenue and East 21st Street, is across the street from Peter’s Field, a blocklong stretch of basketball and tennis courts. And at 67 Livingston Street in Brooklyn Heights, where Silverback is converting a former college dorm into condos, one side of the building looks down on the schoolyard of the Packer Collegiate Institute, where on a ...

Read More »

Creating a Point of Return for Windows

Q. Is a System Restore the same as a backup in Windows? A. While System Restore and backups can both help get your computer back to normal if something goes wrong, the two are different things. (The common technical advice to “restore the system from a backup” can also lead to confusion.) System Restore, which was introduced as a troubleshooting ...

Read More »

Do I Get Enough Vitamin D in the Winter?

Photo Credit Dan Balilty for The New York Times Q. Can I get enough vitamin D from sunlight, even if I live in a place with little sunlight during the winter? A. Most people can make enough vitamin D from sun exposure during the summer, but for many, synthesis can be inadequate in the winter. A 2016 study led by ...

Read More »

A Multiplex Where ‘Black Panther’ Plays Next Door to Experimental Music

And one strategy that has paid off is the combination of film and live music. The Wordless Music Orchestra, for example, performs scores at screenings around the country; it will next play two nights of “Phantom Thread” at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, both of which have sold out. Orchestras like the New York Philharmonic and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra ...

Read More »

Headfirst With a Helmet, and Headlong Without

At that time, Mr. Spencer lived in Jackson, Miss., which he failed to convey to Ms. Webb while he was visiting friends in New York City. Photo The couple had a sealing ceremony on Feb. 2 at the Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in San Antonio. The official ceremony was witnessed only by members of ...

Read More »

Yuzuru Hanyu Commands the Stage. Nathan Chen Falls Off It.

He did on Friday, performing exquisitely with two quadruple jumps and a triple axel, flexible spins and intricate footwork. He received a 10 percent bonus for the axel and a quad toe-triple toe combination jump, which were done in the second half of his routine, when skaters’ legs begin to tire. Continue reading the main story The only thing missing ...

Read More »

At a Yoga Retreat in India: Beach Walks, Body Treatments and Healing

We handed our questionnaires back to Ms. Suofsky and Ms. Minhas Singh, who announced that along with three body treatments, our retreat included a consultation with an ayurvedic doctor. The doctor would be tailoring our treatments after identifying our dosha — the Sanskrit term used for a person’s biological constitution, which is made up of a combination of elements: vata ...

Read More »

Savvy First-Time Buyer Does Her Homework

About three years ago, Ms. Lewis read about the Housing Development Fund Corporation (H.D.F.C.), a city program that promotes homeownership in once-derelict buildings. The prices of its co-ops were tantalizingly within reach. “I made it my mission to learn everything I could,” she said, although in some cases the buildings came with income caps that were too low for her. ...

Read More »