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vivoboard July 18, 2018

If you think you’ve seen more Aperol spritzes this year, you’re not wrong. And if you’ve been drinking more of those sparkling red-orange drinks in pretty stemmed glasses, you’re doing exactly what the makers of Aperol at Campari hoped for. “We saw there was a growing interest in Aperol in the U.S., especially at summer […]

vivoboard July 17, 2018

Advertisement After the jacket controversy, the first lady dressed for discretion as she accompanied her husband on his European trip. July 16, 2018 So the Trump NATO-Brexit-Putin tour has come to an end, leaving disruption and debate in its wake. Or rather, in President Trump’s wake. As for the first lady, she has made barely […]

vivoboard July 15, 2018

the look Observation is, at once, a glorified lack of activity and an invasion of privacy. But there’s so much to see in New York. Photographs by Daniel Arnold and Andre Wagner Text by Darcie Wilder Produced by Eve Lyons July 14, 2018 Before cellphones were fun, when the idea that anything may distract you […]

vivoboard July 15, 2018

Dominick Quartuccio was concerned about his libido, which he’d noticed was slowing down as he reached 40. “The prevailing social narrative is that you’re getting old, so go get a pill,” Mr. Quartuccio said. An executive coach, he helps clients speak candidly about their anxieties — romantic and sexual, sometimes, as well as professional — […]

vivoboard July 14, 2018

SAN DIEGO — Rich Allison is a former Marine Corps captain who was never in combat. Now he is on the front lines of the culture wars. Mr. Allison, 47, is a key player in a movement of men’s rights activists challenging female-focused businesses, marketing strategies, educational programs and civic projects that have surged since […]

vivoboard July 14, 2018

I was 32 and living in Washington Heights the year I should have fallen in love. Something else happened instead: A man tried to rape me on my way home from work. It was mid-October, and I was walking in a park near the George Washington Bridge. I had been caught off guard by how […]

vivoboard July 12, 2018

Margaret Hoover, a conservative, and John Avlon, an independent, are television pundits who are married to each other. Quite happily, if a recent visit to their Gramercy Park apartment is any measure. Their telegenic union may be a lesson in overcoming the orthodoxies that divide us. Ms. Hoover, a former Fox News contributor who once […]

vivoboard July 11, 2018

It was a Monday morning, but in the East Village of Manhattan, the mood was more 5 o’clock on a Thursday. A group of women swirled the red wine in their glasses, inhaled its scent, took careful sips and — in not-quite-happy-hour fashion — spat the liquid out into containers. Then they took notes. The […]

vivoboard July 8, 2018

The Look The resurgence of a traditional Afro-Puerto Rican musical genre owes something to formal experimentation. But some traditionalists fear that its roots are at risk. Photographs by Rose Marie Cromwell Text by Lauren Du Graf Produced by Eve Lyons July 7, 2018 SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Drummers beat the goatskin covers of rum […]