A Bit of Writing, and Various States of Loll
After the novelist Meg Wolitzer walks the dog and visits with family, she goes back to work, either at home or at the library.
You Named Me Brutus? Really?
Finding the right name for a dog can require research, debate and phonetic analysis.
Yale’s Provost, Noted Psychology Scholar, Is Named President of the University
Peter Salovey, a celebrated scholar of psychology who has for four years been Yale’s provost, will succeed Richard Levin, who is stepping down at the end of the academic year.
Afternoon Tea in Old New York
The Gallery at the Carlyle, two narrow rooms where afternoon tea is served, is like a discreet and private cocoon, and is the perfect place to talk.