10 French Wines to Drink While Watching the Olympics
Dining, July 22

These easygoing bottles — red, white, rosé and sparkling — are perfect for relaxing and just right for watching the Paris games from afar.

Is This the Summer of the Kamala Harris Coconut Meme?
Styles, July 20

As the vice president’s name is floated as a potential presidential candidate, the internet took a goofy joke and ran with it — all the way to the bar.

Homewares Inspired by Hunting Tools and Sea Creatures
T Style, July 18

Plus: a Miami riverfront restaurant, cashmere blankets and more recommendations from T Magazine.

On an Island in Maine, a Meal Worth Traveling For
T Style, July 13

A family celebrated the arrival of a special artwork at their home by inviting its maker to stay — and cooking her an oceanside dinner.

¿Vale la pena tomarse esa copa de vino?
Magazine, July 12

Aunque muchos tienen razones de sobra para beber, la ciencia ya ha demostrado que ninguna cantidad, por pequeña que sea, es buena.

Everything You Need for Eating Outside This Summer
T Style, July 11

Items that will elevate your warm-weather gatherings, from canned rosé to colorful lawn chairs.

Three Simple But Surprising Cocktail Garnishes
T Style, July 8

There will always be olives. But what about crystallized flowers or a charred spice pod?

In the French Countryside, a Deep Discontent Takes Root
Foreign, July 6

In northern Burgundy, services have collapsed and the far-right National Rally has risen.

How Bad Is Drinking for You, Really?
The Daily, July 5

Alcohol is riskier than previously thought, but weighing the trade-offs of health risks can be deeply personal.

La ensalada César se originó en Tijuana. Esta es su historia
En español, July 2

El complicado legado de la ensalada César es indisociable de Tijuana, que tiene previsto conmemorar el centenario del platillo el 4 de julio con un festival de cuatro días.

The Century-Long Saga of the Caesar Salad
Dining, July 1

The world-famous salad is the pride of Tijuana, Mexico. But 100 years later, no one can agree on who created it.

New Jersey Tells Trump’s Golf Clubs to Show They Deserve Liquor Licenses
Metro, June 28

The state said that former President Donald J. Trump’s felony convictions may mean he does not have the moral character to serve drinks.

Volcanoes, Vines, Freedom: Exploring Gay-Friendly Lanzarote
Travel, June 28

A place of windswept, austere beauty, this corner of the Canary Islands is a growing L.G.B.T.Q. destination as well as a perfect place to clear the mind.

36 Hours in Dublin
Interactive, June 27

Explore a whiskey renaissance, tour the country’s oldest public library and brave a brisk sea dip in the Irish capital.

¿Es mala idea beber alcohol en un avión?
En español, June 26

Aunque suene como el descanso que necesitas después del estrés de un aeropuerto, los expertos sugieren tener precaución con las bebidas alcohólicas durante un vuelo.

In Defense of Wine
Dining, June 25

Sales are down, and health concerns are up. But wine’s history of providing beauty, joy and affirmation should not be forgotten.

Is It a Bad Idea to Drink Alcohol on an Airplane?
Well, June 25

Experts suggest caution before ordering an in-air beverage. Here’s what to keep in mind.

As Relations Thaw, China Lifts Tariffs on Australian Wine
Business, March 28

Despite its thirst for Australian wine, China had taxed the imports in 2020 over a dispute about Covid-19.

Raising Our Glasses to a Pianist Who Loves Vodka
Metro, October 13

Gary Graffman, who is turning 95, is a man of many enthusiasms, including citrus infusions.

China Wine Tariff Pushes Australia’s Grape Growers Into Crisis
Business, March 16

Two years later, they’re suffering from a glut of red wine and plummeting grape prices with no overseas market big enough to fill the gap.

Las grandes refresqueras se interesan por las bebidas alcohólicas
en Español, February 27

PepsiCo y Coca-Cola ingresaron a los mercados de bebidas con alcohol, lo que genera preocupación entre los reguladores e investigadores.

Big Soda’s Alcohol Drinks Worry Health Experts
Science, February 21

PepsiCo and Coca-Cola enter hard soda markets, causing concerns among regulators and researchers.

In New Zealand, Sauvignon Wishes and Sashimi Dreams
Travel, January 23

A road trip in the country’s South Island offered perfect wines, stunning views, intimate restaurants and the chance to make a pilgrimage to a salmon Shangri-La.

It’s Dry January. Pour One Out for the Bar Owners.
Metropolitan, January 19

Between the “tripledemic,” the economy, holiday fatigue and the temporarily sober, businesses are suffering.

Drink Up, Japan Tells Young People. I’ll Pass, Many Reply.
Foreign, August 19

The country’s tax agency, hoping to reverse the alcohol industry’s pandemic doldrums, is holding a contest to encourage more drinking among the young.

¿Es posible reforzar el sistema inmunitario?
en Español, July 18

El temor al coronavirus ha provocado numerosas búsquedas en internet y mucha información errónea sobre cómo mejorar las defensas del organismo. Esto es lo que funciona y lo que no.