Déclaration Love: New Feminine Collection By Jacques Zolty

Niche perfume brand Jacques Zolty presents its latest collection of fragrances, Déclaration Love, a group that was born from a portfolio of photographs of beautiful women taken by this celebrity photographer. It's a fragrance collection that celebrates women, perfumes, and passion. It's distinguished by its bright red bottles in which most of the perfumes are held. "Red like lips. Red like r... Read full article: Déclaration Love: New Feminine Collection By Jacques Zolty from Fragrantica Perfu...
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Diptyque Eau Rihla

To mark its 60th birthday, Diptyque niche perfume house presents the new perfume Eau Rihla in the spring of 2021. The fragrance is inspired by the spirit of the Middle East, named after the Arabic Rihla wood which means "journey." It is dedicated to Ibn Battuta, a prominent Arab Moroccan-Berber traveler and explorer of the 14th century. The house of Diptyque was founded in 1961 by Yves Coues... Read full article: Diptyque Eau Rihla from Fragrantica Perfumes and Colognes Magazine.
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Farewell to the Short-lived Chinese perfume brand Love Wish

Despite all the inconvenience we experienced from our toughest lockdown last year, its side effect of occasional homesickness has taken me on a surprising turn of acquiring hathos towards Chinese entertainment... But somehow down the rabbit hole I was surprised to discover that it appears that Jin Sha’s LoveWish 爱唯施 perfumes have been propelled to a destined fail. One of Jin Sha's stage a... Read full article: Farewell to the Short-lived Chinese perfume brand Love Wish from Fragrantica Perfumes...
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Biden's infrastructure plan includes massive investments in care for children and the elderly. Here's how much workers in those jobs are paid.

Hispanolistic/Getty Images Biden's infrastructure spending plan includes $400 billion for elderly and disabled care. Insider looked at the typical pay of five different caregiving jobs. Home health and personal care aides made a median salary of $27,080 in May 2020. See more stories on Insider's business page. Caregivers, like home health aides and personal care aides, are a big component of President Joe Biden's infrastructure plan. But many of the people responsible for cari...
Tags: Jobs, White House, Careers, America, Trends, Joe Biden, Pay, Economy, Salaries, Biden, BLS, Juliana Kaplan, BI Graphics, Madison Hoff, Patricia Kelly Yeo, American Jobs Plan

Harry Connick Jr: ‘I love learning about women’

The singer, 53, on Mardi Gras parades, When Harry Met Sally, feeling thankful each day and the females in his familyI’d be completely different if I hadn’t grown up in New Orleans – there was music everywhere. So much of it was live. You could walk down a street at any time of the day or night and there would be people making music: a tuba player, horn players, bass drum players. And there would be brass bands and people dancing. All this was normal to me, and it wasn’t until I left that I reali...
Tags: Music, Film, Life and style, Culture, New Orleans, When Harry Met Sally, Harry Connick Jr, Mardi Gras, Harry Met Sally, New Orleans Mardi Gras Continue

Malcolm Gladwell: ‘I deplore people who deny the extent of their privilege’

The author and journalist on the cold war, his Adam’s apple, and nearly being deportedBorn in England and raised in Canada, Malcolm Gladwell, 57, has written for the New Yorker since 1996. In 2000 he published The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make A Big Difference, the first of six bestsellers. His new book, The Bomber Mafia, is out on 27 April. He lives in New York with his partner.What is the trait you most deplore in yourself?I am a lifelong runner and have a runner’s snobbery. My att...
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Saturday Links

Podcast: I enjoyed talking to J.T. English about his new book Deep Discipleship on the Gospel for Life podcast. Curated links for your weekend reading: A Word to the Weary Pastor If you feel tired and disoriented today, please know you’re not alone. Before this weariness passes, I recommend you lean into the moment and take stock of your life and ministry in two ways. 4 Predictions for the Post-Pandemic Church I offer four predictions of what American church will look like in a p...
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I’ve lost my conversational mojo – can I relearn the art of small talk?

Been up to much lately? After a year of isolation, I’ve forgotten how to talk to people – but help is at handA good friend of mine, who started a new job six months ago, is about to meet his colleagues face to face for the first time. They have been buddied up in pairs to make socialisation less daunting, he said. It sounded like breeding pandas, or children being dropped off at summer camp, rather than grownups working in the civil service. Having interacted only through remote meetings, he kno...
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NARS Spring 2021 Euphoria Collection

Taking glow to a new dimension like never before, NARS is bringing us the Euphoria Collection for spring. And it is a glow like no other. “Glow to another dimension. Turn skin on with a limited-edition palette of eight eyeshadows in a range of satin, matte, and glittering finishes, with three glistening shades of highlighter. Build and blend your way to an irresistible sheen that catches light from every angle.” ...
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‘I’m not ready for other people’s sweat to drip on me’: will clubbing survive the pandemic?

With mass events on the horizon, nightclubs are getting ready to welcome ravers again. But is there such a thing as a Covid-safe crowd – and will it be as fun?Robert remembers the first time he went to Fabric nightclub in London. “It was a few months after it opened, in 1999. I remember looking down from a balcony at the crowd below and being mesmerised by it all.” As the mass of people throbbed, he found “the darkness and that damp-earth smell of sweating bodies, skanking and grinding” complete...
Tags: Music, UK, London, Life and style, Culture, Manchester, Festivals, Dance music, Clubbing, Fabric, Robert, Hacienda, Coronavirus

‘Her eyes stay shut. She doesn’t respond. But nothing feels real until I tell her’: visiting my mother’s care home after a year

For the past year, the pandemic stopped novelist Katherine Heiny from seeing her mother. Now that she can, where will she start?In Boolean logic, a syllogism is a valid deductive argument having two premises and a conclusion. (I know this because logic is the only even vaguely mathematical class I ever understood.) For example, apples are fruit; all fruit is delicious. Conclusion: apples are delicious.Or in my case: I am eager to visit my mother; my mother has advanced dementia. Conclusion: I am...
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Blind date: ‘How did the call end? I needed to feed the cats’

Claire, 33, global regulatory affairs, meets Chris, 33, senior statisticianWhat were you hoping for?Belly laughs, mutual interests and chemistry (albeit virtually). Continue reading...
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