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How To Practice Safe Shipping in ‘Riverdale’

The stars of the CW hit show explain how to protect yourself — from shipping too dramatically.

Despite Riverdale fast-forwarding seven years post-high school just two episodes ago, this week took us right back to the oh-so-familiar hallways of Riverdale High. We really just can’t escape this place, huh?

And if this week’s recap of all the epic highs and lows of high school football reads a bit different to you, that’s because I’m taking over the hallowed duties from your usual recapper Sam Highfill while she’s on a very well-deserved vacation. It’s been quite a few years since I’ve written about the shenanigans of the town with pep murder capital of the world, and things have gotten exponentially crazier around here since then. But at least one thing’s for sure — I can always count on Riverdale to make poor song choices

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Nikos Koulis Shows His Exquisite High Jewelry to a Greek Port City

Nikos Koulis Takes His Exquisite High Jewelry to a Greek Port City

<cite class="credit">Photo: Courtesy of Nikos Koulis</cite>
Photo: Courtesy of Nikos Koulis
<cite class="credit">Photo: Courtesy of Nikos Koulis</cite>
Photo: Courtesy of Nikos Koulis
<cite class="credit">Photo: Courtesy of Nikos Koulis</cite>
Photo: Courtesy of Nikos Koulis
<cite class="credit">Photo: Courtesy of Nikos Koulis</cite>
Photo: Courtesy of Nikos Koulis
<cite class="credit">Photo: Courtesy of Nikos Koulis</cite>
Photo: Courtesy of Nikos Koulis
<cite class="credit">Photo: Courtesy of Nikos Koulis</cite>
Photo: Courtesy of Nikos Koulis
<cite class="credit">Photo: Courtesy of Nikos Koulis</cite>
Photo: Courtesy of Nikos Koulis
<cite class="credit">Photo: Courtesy of Nikos Koulis</cite>
Photo: Courtesy of Nikos Koulis
<cite class="credit">Photo: Courtesy of Nikos Koulis</cite>
Photo: Courtesy of Nikos Koulis

It’s a chilly spring evening, and I am at a warehouse turned gallery a stone’s throw from the Mediterranean, in Piraeus, an active port of Athens for the last 2,500 or so years. The Athenian jeweler Nikos Koulis has invited me here—my first time in Greece! I get to see the Acropolis!—to view his latest collections of fine jewelry, the kind of pieces so exquisite, and yet so youthful, so joyous, they would enliven the haughtiest ball gown, but would also be right at home hanging out with jeans and a tee. The

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