One of the first products John Rich introduced shortly after he founded Woolrich was wool socks. Operating out of Central Pennsylvania in the mid-1800s, Rich had plenty of customers nearby thanks to the logging boom that brought countless lumbermen and farmers to the surrounding area. It was essential for both groups of workers to keep their feet dry and comfortable while working long days outside, and Rich took notice of this, traveling from logging camp

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Photographer Marianna Jamadi goes by the online name “Nomadic Habit” for obvious reasons: the girl can’t sit still. I caught some time with her between a trip she took to Mexico and a flight she was about to board for France. You can’t blame her for the itchy feet, though: it’s in her blood. Marianna’s mother is Finnish and her father is Indonesian. She’s had a passport since she was a baby and has traveled

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The year’s best books, selected by the editors of The New York Times Book Review.   Credit Rebecca Mock Fiction The Association of Small Bombs By Karan Mahajan A finalist for the National Book Award, Mahajan’s novel — smart, devastating and unpredictable — opens with a Kashmiri terrorist attack in a Delhi market, then follows the lives of those affected. This includes Deepa and Vikas Khurana, whose young sons were killed, and the boys’ injured

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