Off Duty Travel

Five beach enclaves in San Diego’s North County well worth exploring, with suggestions on where to surf, take long walks, eat alfresco and shop for one-of-a-kind keepsakes. Plus: Local surfer Danielle Black Lyons shares her favorite spots33 hours ago

Food & Drink

A retro fizzy beverage is looking fresher than ever at Tel Aviv’s Café Levinsky 41. The new book “Gazoz” reveals the secrets of its effervescent architecture.

Fashion

With many mask mandates lifting, it’s time to take lips out of isolation and paint them a powerful red. One writer performed a sweeping red-lipstick trial to determine which ones are best equipped to wow during reopening.3

Fashion

If you watched the “Friends” reunion, you know Jennifer Aniston’s character Rachel Green was a spaghetti-strap zealot. This summer, her skimpy ’90s tops get updated for grownups with lush textures and prints. Here, a few to try.1

Off Duty Travel

The haunting Nevada desert, featured in this year’s Oscar-winning film, draws travelers in search of hot springs, ghost towns and off-the-grid adventures.11

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    Bookshelf

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    Bookshelf

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