Review: In Carpeaux show at the Met, a seductive and troubling representation of race

Placeholder while article actions loadNEW YORK — In 2014, the Metropolitan Museum of Art mounted a large and revelatory survey of Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, one of the leading sculptors of 19th-century Europe. It left the impression of an artist of extraordinary talent and inventiveness, maybe not as great as his compatriot, Rodin, but close enough.Carpeaux was the Brahms to...

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Mother-Daughter Business Duos on Growing 6-Figure Companies

Park Slope Therapy Ellen and Alexandra Jacowitz. courtesy of Jacowitz Alexandra Jacowitz, 37, cofounder and clinical directorEllen Jacowitz, 70, cofounder and assistant clinical directorPark Slope Therapy is a mental-health private practice in Brooklyn, New York. The company was founded in 2019 after Alexandra, known as Ali, finished her clinical psychology doctoral program and obtained her license. Ellen, a...

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Aggressive stallion banished from Assateague Island

Placeholder while article actions loadA bold and aggressive member of the famed wild-horse herd on Assateague Island in Maryland was removed from the national seashore recreation area Monday after becoming a threat to visitors and employees, according to the park.Since 2017, the banished horse, a stallion known as Chip, has been involved in more than half of all...

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Plant this, not that: Native alternatives to invasive plants

Looking to avoid invasive plants? Here are some tips. This combination photo shows purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria), left, and a Liatris spicata, commonly called blazing star or gay feather. Purple Loosestrife is an invasive plant that threatens wetlands and chokes out food sources and habitat for wildlife. TheLiatris spicata is a recommended alternative for invasive purple loosestrife. Chicago...

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How To Protect Your Skin & Hair From Sun Damage

Cruciferous vegetables are veggies that belong to the cabbage family. Some of the foods that fit the bill include broccoli, cauliflower, arugula, kale, collards and turnips. These types of foods are really good for you because they are full of fiber, antioxidants, beta-carotene, folate and vitamins C, E and K. As far as health benefits go, cruciferous vegetables...

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Ode to Fashion

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For years, we have witnessed fashion, beauty and business not include minority-owned brands, businesses and professionals. We are honored to hold the mantle of ensuring the BIPOC community is celebrated and shown in a classy and profound manner.

Ode to Fashion