Newark airport no longer lumped with JFK and La Guardia in NYC airport code and why that matters

https://apple.news/ApG4mL_9RTOCMxacbG5L3cw Newark Airport Will No Longer Be Considered an NYC Hub — What That Means for Travelers Due to go into effect on Oct. 3, Newark will be removed from the NYC city code. By  Stefanie Waldek, Updated on September 22, 2022, Travel + Leisure Ask most New Yorkers to name the city's major airports, and … Continue reading Newark airport no longer lumped with JFK and La Guardia in NYC airport code and why that matters

Do we really Need to be asking about pronouns for everyone you meet?

https://apple.news/Az-z7C0FLTjeVl6KaA8fXGA THEY, THEN AND NOW ASKING FOR PRONOUNS HAS BECOME A SOCIAL STANDARD. WHO IS IT SERVING? By Brock Colyar, New York Magazine If you met me, you’d probably ask what pronouns I use. You’d ask me because my gender identity is not that clear — to you, at least. I wear light makeup and … Continue reading Do we really Need to be asking about pronouns for everyone you meet?

Why is it so hard to change your mind? How can you make it easier?

https://apple.news/nowPlaying/AUPs-G7_BTNu9CiR4OnA42A SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 2022 Malcolm Gladwell on the power of perspective Why can changing your mind be so difficult? And how can we get better at it? Best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell has some ideas. In This Interview Think Again is a new series from Apple News In Conversation. It’s a guide to reimagining work, home, … Continue reading Why is it so hard to change your mind? How can you make it easier?

Generational gap about top sheets (of all things)

https://apple.news/AVZcbcFdgTXOLXjjI4Sxtqw In Bedding’s Top-Sheet Debate, a Raging Generational Divide If millennials killed the fussy top sheet, Gen X and Boomers have something to say about it: ‘There are very passionate people on both sides’ The unassuming top sheet is at the center of a white-hot debate.PHOTO: CHRIS CRAYMER/TRUNK ARCHIVE By Rory Satran for the Wall Street Journal … Continue reading Generational gap about top sheets (of all things)

Your friends probably smell like you

https://www.newscientist.com/article/2325559-youre-more-likely-to-become-friends-with-someone-who-smells-like-you/? You're more likely to become friends with someone who smells like you We subconsciously sniff people when we first meet them and are more likely to become friends with those who have similar body odours to our own This article has been viewed 590 times in the last 3 hours. HUMANS 24 June 2022 By Alice Klein Do we become … Continue reading Your friends probably smell like you

Has your relationship taken a hit from the pandemic? Questions to ask

http://www.nytimes.com/2022/07/01/well/family/relationship-questions.html Are We Still Monogamous? And 6 Other Questions to Ask Your Partner. After two years of tumult, these essential conversations can help couples talk about what’s working, what’s not and where the relationship is headed. By Catherine Pearson July 1, 2022 Updated 12:51 p.m. ET The past two-plus years have been universally tumultuous, and couples therapists … Continue reading Has your relationship taken a hit from the pandemic? Questions to ask

Dealing with summer flying

https://www.wsj.com/articles/flights-cancellations-delays-lost-luggage-11655920199 What to Know Before Flying This Summer as Cancellations and Delays Mount Between canceled flights, crowded airports and missing bags, it’s a chaotic time to travel. Here’s how to prepare. Currently, around one in four flights out of U.S. airports will be delayed each day, according to data from Hopper. LAUREN JUSTICE FOR THE WALL … Continue reading Dealing with summer flying

World Cup 2026 host cities and stadiums announced for U.S., Canada, Mexico

http://www.sportingnews.com/us/soccer/news/world-cup-cities-2026-live-host-stadiums-usa-canada-mexico/e7rdz0maqsgbkjt3q2jyjnal World Cup 2026 host cities: List of 16 stadiums, venues selected by FIFA in USA, Canada, Mexico Simon Borg 06-18-2022 The 2022 FIFA men's World Cup in Qatar hasn't even happened yet, but the focus is already turning to what will be the biggest World Cup ever held in the history of the tournament … Continue reading World Cup 2026 host cities and stadiums announced for U.S., Canada, Mexico

Ecuador about to be kicked out of World Cup — Chile about to be in

https://www.sportbible.com/football/ecuador-set-to-be-kicked-out-the-world-cup-and-replaced-by-chile-20220609 Ecuador 'Set To Be Kicked Out Of The World Cup And Replaced By Chile' Rory O'Callaghan Published 11:46, 09 June 2022 BST| Last updated 20:47, 09 June 2022 BST Ecuador are reportedly set to be expelled from the World Cup over claims they fielded an ineligible player in qualifying for Qatar. Ecuador's FA is being investigated by FIFA over allegations … Continue reading Ecuador about to be kicked out of World Cup — Chile about to be in

A super advertising campaign acknowledging not all women have the same breasts

http://www.wsj.com/articles/adidas-frees-the-nipple-with-its-new-sports-bra-campaign-11644456197?c Adidas Frees the Nipple With Its New Sports-Bra Campaign for Women The German sportswear brand released an internet-breaking image of bare breasts to accompany a sports-bra collection of 43 diverse styles In an era of increased transparency, brands are rethinking how they market bras.PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES By Rory SatranFollow Updated Feb. 11, 2022 4:58 pm ETSAVEPRINTTEXT … Continue reading A super advertising campaign acknowledging not all women have the same breasts

Punctuality back in style — yet another COVID effect

http://www.nytimes.com/2022/06/06/style/punctuality-is-having-a-moment.html Punctuality Is Having a Moment “Fashionably late” falls out of fashion after more than two years of remote work, when, for many people, there was no good reason to be tardy. Credit...Aaron Lowell Denton By Katherine Rosman June 6, 2022 The start time for the party to celebrate Tina Brown’s new book, “The Palace Papers,” … Continue reading Punctuality back in style — yet another COVID effect

Voyager’s sending back squirrely signals

https://www.salon.com/2022/05/23/voyager-1-data/ Humanity's most distant spacecraft is sending back weird signals from beyond our solar system Scientists are baffled at the odd telemetry data being relayed by Voyager 1, which was launched in 1977 By MATTHEW ROZSA PUBLISHED MAY 23, 2022 7:46PM (EDT) A NASA image of one of the Voyager space probes. Voyager 1 and its … Continue reading Voyager’s sending back squirrely signals