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Claire’s Animal Crossing Characters: Where Are They Now?
After Claire got vaccinated and stopped tending to “Sparkle Island,” Nook moved back to his native Canada to recharge and reassess.
By Claire Friedman6:00 A.M.
Wireless Printers and Other Myths
Boyfriend jeans for every body type, truly independent Roombas, and other stuff you’ll never find on Earth.
By Caitlin Kunkel and Taylor Kay PhillipsJune 15, 2021
The Devils You May Know
The devil you know is the one letting their dog shit all over your vegetable garden.
By Ali SolomonJune 14, 2021
Running: A Success Story
Look, I know you’re probably sick of hearing about it. But it really is great.
By David BiskupJune 13, 2021
A Pep Talk from the Wall You Hit
Listen, kiddo. I’m here for you. You can hit me as many times as you need to. A little slap, a full body slam—whatever feels right.
By Carla CicconeJune 12, 2021
They Come in Peace
Popsicle red, my kayak was a bull’s-eye for U.F.O.s.
By Trinidad EscobarJune 11, 2021
Sincere Post Alert
God, I feel so brave right now.
By Ethan KuperbergJune 11, 2021
Places I’m Excited to Go Again
The return of awkward street festivals, isolating workplace interactions, and airport Cinnabons.
By Reuven PerlmanJune 10, 2021
Dear Pepper: A Pregnant Pause
At this point, I ️would advise you—and take my advice with a grain of salt, since I’m a dog, and spayed—to tell everyone you want without feeling guilty.
By Liana FinckJune 9, 2021
A Food Critic Reviews the Swedish Chef’s New Restaurant
This place is a culinary achievement, and I never even tasted a bite.
By Jason Siegel and Maeve DuniganJune 9, 2021
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