AP Lifestyles Digest for week of Oct. 24

Here is the AP Lifestyles Digest for the week of Oct. 24:

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Here is the AP Lifestyles Digest for the week of Oct. 24:

To receive the AP Lifestyles Digest by email, contact Akshat Sharma at AXSharma@ap.org.

For access to AP Newsroom and other technical issues, contact apcustomersupport@ap.org or call 877-836-9477. For reruns of stories, call Customer Support, customersupport@ap.org, 877-836-9477. For photo reruns, visit the photo archive.

For questions, contact Julia Rubin at jrubin@ap.org.

HOMES

Electric Vehicles-Urban Living: Americans who live in apartments without private garages are stringing extension cords across sidewalks and waiting in line at public charging stations to power up their electric vehicles. EVs are soaring in popularity, but how and where to charge up remains a dilemma that’s a barrier for many renters. SENT Tuesday, photos, video. An abridged version also moved.

Superstorm Anniversary: On the 10th anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, storm survivors from New Jersey, Texas, Louisiana, Puerto Rico and Florida detail how they are still struggling to recover, and offer recommendations to improve national disaster response systems. UPCOMING Saturday, photos.

HOLIDAYS

Diwali in New York: The week dawned gloomily in New York. But the drab mist was little match for the holiday at hand: Diwali, the festival of lights that symbolizes the triumph over darkness. Celebrated across South Asia in some fashion by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs and Buddhists, the multi-day festival has secured a sturdy foothold far from the subcontinent in places with significant diaspora populations — like New York. By Mallika Sen. SENT Monday, photos.

FOOD

Halloween Caramel Apples: If you’re looking for a Halloween treat that’s easy to make and is a nice break from wrapped candy, consider the Halloween Caramel Apple. By Katie Workman. SENT Monday, 890 words, photos.

Food-MilkStreet-Choc Almond Cookies: Almond butter makes chocolate cookies moist and fudgy. By Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street. SENT Monday, 450 words, photos.

FASHION

Adidas-Ye: Adidas ends partnership with Ye over antisemitic remarks. SENT Tuesday, photos.

SOC-WCup-Uniforms: Puma, you’re all boxed in. Nike, what have you done to the U.S. and Canada? Adidas, you’re making some style waves. With millions of dollars at stake in retail sales, this year’s World Cup has soccer fans playing rate the shirt. So far, there’s no runaway winner like the sold-out-in-minutes jersey of Nigeria at the last tournament, in 2018. By Leanne Italie. UPCOMING Friday, 1,400 words, photos.

GARDENING

Save Your Mums: How to care for your mums so they return next year. By Jessica Damiano. SENT Tuesday, 550 words, photos.

White-House-Groundskeeper: Presidents come and go, but one constant through 10 presidencies has been Dale Haney, the chief White House groundskeeper, who as of this month has spent 50 years serving the families — and many of their pets — who have called the mansion home. By Darlene Superville. SENT Monday: 1,160 words, photos.

TRAVEL

France-Alps Cycling: Alpine views, picturesque towns, and a mountain to cycle up. By Steve Wartenberg. UPCOMING Wednesday, 850 words, photo.

CULTURE

Books-Bartlett’s Quotations: For more than 150 years, “Bartlett’s Familiar Quotations” has been a guide for memorable expressions, and the 19th edition is just out. It welcomes thousands to the unofficial canon of quotability, from Ta-Nehisi Coates and the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to President Joe Biden and Elon Musk. SENT Tuesday, photos.

MONEY

Inflation-Migrant Workers-Feeling the Pinch: In nearly every corner of the globe, people are spending more on food and fuel, rent and transportation. But inflation isn’t affecting people equally. For those with dependents relying on them to send money overseas, higher prices mean a squeeze at home and abroad. By Aya Batrawy, Trisha Ahmed, Claudia Torrens and Menelaos Hadjicostis. SENT: Monday: 1,200 words, photos.

NerdWallet-Holiday Award Travel: In NerdWallet’s annual analysis of airline mile valuations, holiday flights often don’t provide the highest per-mile value. By Meghan Coyle of NerdWallet. SENT Monday: 1,000 words, photo.

SCHOOL

Virus Outbreak-Test Scores: New national test results show that the pandemic spared no part of the country as it caused historic learning setbacks for America’s children. By Education Writer Collin Binkley. SENT Monday: 1,000 words, photos.

HEALTH

Breathing Machines-Safety Recall: A massive recall of millions of sleep apnea machines is expected to drag into next year. SENT Tuesday, photos.

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In case you missed it:

FOOD: Food-Butter Board Craze; Food-Chinese Chorizo; Food-Diwali Sweets; MilkStreet-Masala Chicken.

HOMES: Broadband-Inequity; Heating Worries.

HOLIDAY SHOPPING: Small Business-Holiday Shopping.

DOWN TIME: Roller Skating Revival; Theme Park Attendance.

PETS: Aquarium Fish-Captive Breeding; Aquarium Fish-Murky Waters.

GARDENING: Jumping Worm.

GRIEF: Resilience Stories-Grief Farm.

SCHOOL: Teacher Shortage-English Learners; Virus Outbreak-Online Learning Regrets.

HEALTH: Maternal Health.

PROFILE: Native American Astronaut.

MONEY: NerdWallet-Liz Weston-Inflation Moves; NerdWallet-Millennial Money-Financial Insecurity Help.

TRAVEL: NerdWallet-RV Delivery Trend.

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