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Coats & Jackets
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Really Simple Syndication (RSS)
RSS is a family of Web feed formats used to publish frequently updated content such as blog entries, news headlines, and podcasts in a standardized format. An RSS document (which is called a "feed," "web feed,"or "channel") contains either a summary of content from an associated web site or the full text.
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Wait, How Does Everyone Have Bushy Eyebrows?
Rupert Murdoch Wishes Keith Kelly 'The Best' In Retirement
Maitreyi Ramakrishnan of ‘Never Have I Ever’ Loves Van Gogh
Can Fake Accounts Save the Internet?
What to Do This Weekend
My Sister Remembers Her Past Life. Somehow, I Believe Her.
It’s OK to Say No to More Work
How Black Foragers Find Freedom in the Natural World
Gloria Vanderbilt’s Beekman Place Apartment Is for Sale
Best Things to Do in Los Angeles
The Q Train Kept Their Relationship on Track
These Clubhouse Hosts Are Keeping the Party Alive
Always a Bride and Groom, Now Together as a Married Couple
Two Eagles Take Flight in Washington
Finding Love Across the Hall
They Finally Got Their ‘Happily Ever After’
A Commitment to Nonprofits, and to Each Other
A Night of Noshing Leads to Love on the Fast Track
Feeling a Vibe From the Get-Go
A Yale Student Who Makes and Teaches Black History
Why Elite Female Athletes Are Turning Away From Major Sponsors
Goodbye, My Fantasy Man
Feeling Crafty? Make Your Own Wedding Day Look.
My Sister Owes Me a Lot of Money. How Do I Get Her to Pay?
Britney Law Army’s Mission Is Keeping a Movement in the Know
Who Decides What a Champion Should Wear?
Does ‘The Da Vinci Code’ Writer Have a Secret?
Strippers Find Community on TikTok
The Imaginary Summer
A Wedding or an Art Installation? A Little of Both.
Tips on Weed Control and Herbicides
Tiny Love Stories: ‘Don’t Date People in Your Neighborhood’
For Two Designers, a Onetime Collaboration Wasn’t Enough
The Travel Industry’s Reckoning With Race and Inclusion