Author Archives: KATHERINE ROSMAN

Is This the Breakout Star of Virtual Fitness?

Isaac Calpito is “torching” Real Housewives’s rear ends for charity, and you too can join in the fun.

Rooms by the Hour for People Weary of Quarantine

An app offering short-term rentals called Globe says demand is way up.

Is Summer Camp Canceled?

Across the country, parents, children and counselors are wondering if a treasured summer rite can possibly proceed.

Ivanka Trump and George Stephanopoulos Reach the ‘Corona-Shaming’ Phase of the Pandemic

Ivanka Trump, Chris Cuomo and all kinds of private citizens are getting roasted on social media for perceived failures of public hygiene.

Feel Like You’re in Prison? These Trainers Actually Were

The formerly incarcerated have lessons to share about emerging from confinement fitter, in mind and body.

Feel Like You’re in Prison? These Trainers Actually Were

The formerly incarcerated have lessons to share about emerging from confinement fitter, in mind and body.

How to Write a Condolence Note

At this particular moment, email is fine.

How O.C.D. and Hand-Washing and Coronavirus Collide

For people who have been diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder, the coronavirus pandemic creates blurry lines between safety and compulsion.

In Seattle, It Started With Panic. Then the Deeper Anxiety Set In.

In a state that has seen more deaths from the coronavirus than any other, the stress has started to multiply. Jobs lost. Kids underfoot. Parents at risk. “It’s exhausting,” one woman said.

The Chaos at Condé Nast

The memoirs of Dan Peres and other ex-employees of the magazine company reveal mess behind the gloss of the aughts.