The best books of the week

Heaven, My Home (A Highway 59 mystery) Attica Locke (fiction, Mulholland Books) The talented Attica Locke (of the 2018 Edgar-award winner “Bluebird, Bluebird”) is back with a novel about the disappearance of 9-year-old Levi King and Darren Mathews, the Texas Ranger tasked with finding him. As he tries to solve the case, he battles age-oldRead moreRead more

So long, princess poufs: Power dressing is the red carpet trend

When Natasha Lyonne debuted her smash Netflix series “Russian Doll” earlier this year, she wanted a new look, too — but not too new. “She had a very, very specific vision in mind,” stylist Cristina Ehrlich tells The Post. During their first meeting, Lyonne explained that she wanted a little more red-carpet polish — butRead moreRead more

Patriots fans threaten reporter who revealed second accusation against Antonio Brown

Unhinged Patriots fans are menacing the football writer who exposed Antonio Brown’s second accuser — telling the man to ‘watch his back’ in chilling messages while apparently sharing his home address, he claimed Saturday. Robert Klemko — a reporter for Sports Illustrated — published screenshots of the racist and intimidating messages on his Twitter accountRead moreRead more

Real estate mogul\u2019s son adds winery to North Fork acres

The shaggy-haired, heavily tattooed son of a New York real estate billionaire just bought a 53-acre winery in Cutchogue, LI — making him the latest in a string of ultra-wealthy individuals to take up wine making in Long Island’s laid-back North Fork. Stefan Soloviev — the 44-year-old son of real estate mogul Sheldon Solow —Read moreRead more

How to ace a nontraditional interview

You’ve polished your resume, practiced your talking points and are fully prepared to meet with three or four different people when you’re interviewing for a new job. But are you ready for some of the nontraditional situations you might be placed in? Get ready, because workplaces are taking the hiring process to new — andRead moreRead more

Borrowing money to get life started hard for grads with debt

For many freshly minted college graduates, borrowing money can be a challenge right out of the gate. The years after graduation are usually a time to pile on debt, whether for that new car, the mortgage for a first home, credit card purchases or any of the other accoutrements that come with starting out inRead moreRead more

NYPD investigating alleged Trump Tower jewelry thefts

President Trump had better keep an eye on his valuables when he visits New York for the UN General Assembly this week. NYPD detectives are investigating the alleged thefts of more than $350,000 worth of jewelry from two apartments in Trump Tower, The Post has learned. It’s unclear if a single thief may be responsibleRead moreRead more

Mets must adopt playoffs-or-bust mentality for 2020

CINCINNATI — Demand more. Expect more. That should be the Mets’ mantra in 2020. Too often the Mets and their fans settle for the phrase “meaningful September games.’’ How about demanding meaningful October games? This was a season that should have been so much more, especially with the weakened competition in the National League andRead moreRead more

Washington Post mocked for comparing Elizabeth Warren selfies to Frederick Douglass photos

Social media pundits scorched The Washington Post for a piece comparing Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s selfies to Frederick Douglass stately portraits. Warren’s penchant for posing for thousands of photographs with fans around the country had “smashed stereotypes” in a similar way to Douglass during the 19th century, the paper claimed. “Have to say that this isRead moreRead more

Cap that zaps your scalp could reverse male balding

Scientists have developed a baseball cap that zaps your scalp – and could reverse male balding. Experts first created a wireless patch that can stimulate the scalp with electric pulses to encourage hair growth. The 0.4-inch-thick plastic patch contains layers of differently charged materials that produce electricity when they come into contact and separate again.Read moreRead more