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News 19.01.22 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

They’re delicious, too, but there’s good food everywhere. Destination meals are different. They whisk travelers from their cooking routines and familiar takeout spots, drawing them out with flavors that can’t be replicated, service that can’t be matched, and most of all, a story that can’t be told elsewhere. The cities, islands, neighborhoods, and regions that top the list of places we want to eat in 2022 span the globe, from Guadalajara to Markham, Saint-Martin to Orange County — yes, that O.C. — and their cuisines range from nasi lemak to puffy tacos to conche Creole. But every single one offers a captivating narrative, a reason to visit right now. These stories are told by a diverse cast of chefs, home cooks, street hawkers, and restaurateurs, all people who make us excited to travel, cooking the foods that make us excited to eat.

10 Images With: Juliane Diesner

THIS INSTALMENT OF 10 IMAGES features the quietly chic photos of Juliane Diesner (@styleshiver) There are coffees in Parisian restaurants and velvet chairs in pools of light, drinks on the beach, a ride on the Orient Express, and plates of spaghetti alle vongole. The photos are strangely nostalgic, evocative of times gone by …

News 17.01.22 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

It is hard to imagine humans spending their lives in virtual reality when the experience amounts to waving your arms about in the middle of the lounge with a device the size of a house brick strapped to your face. But this is where humanity is heading, says the philosopher David Chalmers, who argues for embracing the fate. Advances in technology will deliver virtual worlds that rival and then surpass the physical realm. And with limitless, convincing experiences on tap, the material world may lose its allure, he says.

Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links

THIS WEEKEND, finally ordered a new Mac Mini to replace my iMac, which has been running on the slow side for a little while now. Also ordered a fancy new white (non-Mac) monitor as well as a Lacie external drive and have been spending the first two weeks of this new year sorting through hundreds of files and folders and photos and taking stock, both literally and figuratively …

News 14.01.22 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

Britain’s diverse coastline, from the cliffs of Dover to the boardwalks of Brighton, will soon have a unifying element: the 2,800-mile England Coast Path. Developed in part by the governmental organization Natural England, the path aims to increase public access to the coast while also restoring landscapes, improving community connection and promoting sustainable travel. Trail segments that have opened include a 44-mile stretch in the northeast, from the River Tyne to the Northumberland coast, which is the epitome of rugged England: misty dunes, rocky headlands, wild beaches.

The Parisian Hôtel Particulier Home of Alexandre de Betak

ALEXANDRE DE BETAK has been designing fashion shows for the past 25 years: from Dior in Moscow’s Red Square to Tiffany’s in Beijing’s Forbidden City. The last Jacquemus show staged in a wheat field outside of Paris? That was the work of his creative agency, Bureau Betak.

New Year, New Style or Is Athleisure Here to Stay?

AT THE BEGINNING of 2020, athleisure was (still) the prevailing fashion movement: Nikes with long cream-coloured coats; blazers or camel coats over tracksuits; oversized blazers over hoodies and baseball caps with trenches. We’re entering the third year of this pandemic⏤are you still in your sweats or are you ready to dress up again?

News 12.01.22 : Today’s Articles of Interest from Around the Internets

An estate sale is only a true estate sale if the homeowner is dead. If the owner is living, then it’s a tag sale, though many people use the terms interchangeably. When I went to one of my first “estate sales,” in Hewlett Harbor, Long Island, roughly two years ago, just before the pandemic temporarily forced much of the industry online, I was surprised to discover that the owner was not only alive but there, in her soon-to-be-former house. A recent widow, she wandered through the rooms, dazed, dressed in a fringed denim vest.

Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links

WE ARE ONE week into Dry January and it’s all workouts and spinach salads so far. Okay, well not quite. Our eating habits from the holidays haven’t exactly been as they should be, but we’re trying our best. On the weekend we had Ben & Jerry’s Chocolate Brownie Party as well as a lot of other sweet things, so it’s not perfect, but the Châteauneuf-du-Pape has been replaced by elderflower pressé …