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Hospital Beds Get Digital Upgrade

A major manufacturer of hospital beds is seeking to transform the ubiquitous furniture into a source of medical data, the latest sign of hospitals’ digital transformation.
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Hospital Beds Get Digital Upgrade

A major manufacturer of hospital beds is seeking to transform the ubiquitous furniture into a source of medical data, the latest sign of hospitals’ digital transformation.

How Designer Wes Gordon is Reimagining Carolina Herrera for the Next Generation

Thirty-seven years after launching her namesake fashion brand, Herrera has passed the torch to Gordon.
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How Designer Wes Gordon is Reimagining Carolina Herrera for the Next Generation

Thirty-seven years after launching her namesake fashion brand, Herrera has passed the torch to Gordon.

Why Paul McCartney Was a Fair Isle Sweater Fan (And You Should Be, Too)

Even city mice might want a riff on the Fair Isle sweater the former Beatle adopted on his Scottish farm after the band’s 1970 breakup.
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Why Paul McCartney Was a Fair Isle Sweater Fan (And You Should Be, Too)

Even city mice might want a riff on the Fair Isle sweater the former Beatle adopted on his Scottish farm after the band’s 1970 breakup.

Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S: More Car Than Anyone Could Ever Enjoy

From its handsome form to its powerful 630-hp V8 engine, Mercedes-AMG’s new four-door coupe is a dream car. But all that potential and driving joy is squandered on American roads, says Dan Neil.
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Mercedes-AMG GT 63 S: More Car Than Anyone Could Ever Enjoy

From its handsome form to its powerful 630-hp V8 engine, Mercedes-AMG’s new four-door coupe is a dream car. But all that potential and driving joy is squandered on American roads, says Dan Neil.

This Holiday Season's Smartest Cookie

Elegant, photogenic, easy to make—and make ahead—the buttery sablé is a veritable Christmas miracle. One recipe, infinite variations—from Meyer lemon and thyme to salty double-chocolate chunk.
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This Holiday Season's Smartest Cookie

Elegant, photogenic, easy to make—and make ahead—the buttery sablé is a veritable Christmas miracle. One recipe, infinite variations—from Meyer lemon and thyme to salty double-chocolate chunk.

'Renaissance Splendor: Catherine de' Medici's Valois Tapestries' Review: Woven Vistas of Pageantry

After centuries spent mostly in storage, works commemorating court festivals are reunited in Cleveland.
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'Renaissance Splendor: Catherine de' Medici's Valois Tapestries' Review: Woven Vistas of Pageantry

After centuries spent mostly in storage, works commemorating court festivals are reunited in Cleveland.

A Sushi-Obsessed Trip to Osaka

Tokyo’s fish auctions draw all the gawkers, but in the port city of Osaka, the action is more accessible and the sushi so fresh you’ll devour it standing up.
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A Sushi-Obsessed Trip to Osaka

Tokyo’s fish auctions draw all the gawkers, but in the port city of Osaka, the action is more accessible and the sushi so fresh you’ll devour it standing up.

Karl Lagerfeld's Secrets to Creativity and Productivity

As the legendary German-born fashion designer touches down in New York City to show Chanel’s Métiers d’Art collection, he offers up some characteristically quotable wisdom.
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Karl Lagerfeld's Secrets to Creativity and Productivity

As the legendary German-born fashion designer touches down in New York City to show Chanel’s Métiers d’Art collection, he offers up some characteristically quotable wisdom.

How One Verse Helped the Beastie Boys Atone for a Bad-Boy Past

The two surviving members of the Beastie Boys talk about “Sure Shot,” their 1994 song that served as an indirect apology for some of their earlier work.
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How One Verse Helped the Beastie Boys Atone for a Bad-Boy Past

The two surviving members of the Beastie Boys talk about “Sure Shot,” their 1994 song that served as an indirect apology for some of their earlier work.

Foodies Rejoice as White Truffle Prices Sink

Prices have dropped to lows not seen in more than a decade, as abundant rain around northern Italy’s Alba—the epicenter of white truffle foraging—has produced a bumper crop.
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Foodies Rejoice as White Truffle Prices Sink

Prices have dropped to lows not seen in more than a decade, as abundant rain around northern Italy’s Alba—the epicenter of white truffle foraging—has produced a bumper crop.

At Miami's Art Fairs, a Somber Mood Sets In

This year’s Art Basel Miami Beach is expected to be a departure from its typically breezy tone, with works tackling contentious issues like immigration, race and sexual violence.
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At Miami's Art Fairs, a Somber Mood Sets In

This year’s Art Basel Miami Beach is expected to be a departure from its typically breezy tone, with works tackling contentious issues like immigration, race and sexual violence.

2019 Corvette ZR1: The Last, and Best, of Its Kind

Chevy’s Corvette is being redesigned next year with a mid-engine configuration to keep up with its competition. That’s a pity, says Dan Neil. because this year’s front-engine ZR1 is the most dynamic ’Vette yet.
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2019 Corvette ZR1: The Last, and Best, of Its Kind

Chevy’s Corvette is being redesigned next year with a mid-engine configuration to keep up with its competition. That’s a pity, says Dan Neil. because this year’s front-engine ZR1 is the most dynamic ’Vette yet.

Hey, That's My Idea! When Your Boss Steals Your Work

Nothing frustrates employees more than a manager taking undue credit. Here’s how to navigate one of the trickiest elements of office politics.
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Hey, That's My Idea! When Your Boss Steals Your Work

Nothing frustrates employees more than a manager taking undue credit. Here’s how to navigate one of the trickiest elements of office politics.

This Coffee Is Nice But It Needs More Butter

The latest coffee craze involves adding gobs of butter and oil to your coffee. It’s fueled partly by the popularity of the high-fat, low-carb “keto” diet, which encourages followers to embrace fat in order to lose it.
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This Coffee Is Nice But It Needs More Butter

The latest coffee craze involves adding gobs of butter and oil to your coffee. It’s fueled partly by the popularity of the high-fat, low-carb “keto” diet, which encourages followers to embrace fat in order to lose it.

This Website Is the Stock Market for Nikes and Rolexes

StockX, a Dan Gilbert backed start-up has revolutionized the secondary market for sneakers, streetwear, handbags and watches. With a new London office, it has its sights set on global expansion.
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This Website Is the Stock Market for Nikes and Rolexes

StockX, a Dan Gilbert backed start-up has revolutionized the secondary market for sneakers, streetwear, handbags and watches. With a new London office, it has its sights set on global expansion.

2018 Ducati Multistrada 1260 S: The Bike for a Bucket-List Ride

Ducati’s redesigned Multistrada is perfect for someone ripping across an empty highway, wind in their face, a rumble in their loins. But best leave navigating it on city streets to expert riders.
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2018 Ducati Multistrada 1260 S: The Bike for a Bucket-List Ride

Ducati’s redesigned Multistrada is perfect for someone ripping across an empty highway, wind in their face, a rumble in their loins. But best leave navigating it on city streets to expert riders.

Europe in Winter: 35 Reasons to Visit Off-Season

Insider advice on how to spend the winter season in some of Europe’s top destinations—from Paris to Stockholm. Plus: The Christmas markets and ‘tasteless fish’ dishes best avoided.
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Europe in Winter: 35 Reasons to Visit Off-Season

Insider advice on how to spend the winter season in some of Europe’s top destinations—from Paris to Stockholm. Plus: The Christmas markets and ‘tasteless fish’ dishes best avoided.

What to Wear to Work---When You Work at Home

Working remotely—long the territory of slobby creatives—has become newly social thanks to co-working spaces and teleconferencing. Here’s how to upgrade your look without sacrificing comfort.
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What to Wear to Work---When You Work at Home

Working remotely—long the territory of slobby creatives—has become newly social thanks to co-working spaces and teleconferencing. Here’s how to upgrade your look without sacrificing comfort.

Craft Beer Breakthrough: Brisk New Bubblies for the Holiday Table

Truly novel beer styles don’t come around every day. Hence the giddy buzz surrounding subtle, scintillating brut IPA. Here are 6 especially festive pours worth seeking out.
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Craft Beer Breakthrough: Brisk New Bubblies for the Holiday Table

Truly novel beer styles don’t come around every day. Hence the giddy buzz surrounding subtle, scintillating brut IPA. Here are 6 especially festive pours worth seeking out.

A Weirdly Fascinating Cold-War Tour of Havana

For travelers hooked on Cold War intrigue, following the trail in the Cuban capital is bizarrely pleasant—from moody museums to a Soviet-themed boîte.
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A Weirdly Fascinating Cold-War Tour of Havana

For travelers hooked on Cold War intrigue, following the trail in the Cuban capital is bizarrely pleasant—from moody museums to a Soviet-themed boîte.

'Eye to I: Self-Portraits From 1900 to Today' Review: How Artists See Themselves

Works at the National Portrait Gallery range from unsparing representations of old age to gigantic effigies of ego.
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'Eye to I: Self-Portraits From 1900 to Today' Review: How Artists See Themselves

Works at the National Portrait Gallery range from unsparing representations of old age to gigantic effigies of ego.

Netflix Sees Oscar Gold in 'Roma,' but Hollywood Isn't So Sure

Netflix has its best shot yet at a major Academy Award with “Roma,” a portrait of a nanny in 1970s Mexico. But first the company must contend with forces within Hollywood that have no interest in helping it win.
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Netflix Sees Oscar Gold in 'Roma,' but Hollywood Isn't So Sure

Netflix has its best shot yet at a major Academy Award with “Roma,” a portrait of a nanny in 1970s Mexico. But first the company must contend with forces within Hollywood that have no interest in helping it win.