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Critic’s Notebook: A Soldier’s Racially Charged Suicide Becomes a Powerful Opera

Critic’s Notebook: A Soldier’s Racially Charged Suicide Becomes a Powerful Opera

Andrew Stenson and Mika Shigematsu in “An American Soldier,” based on the true story of a young private’s death after racist hazing, at Opera Theater of St. Louis.
Neighborhood Joint: In Astoria, Lining Up for the Souvlaki Lady

Neighborhood Joint: In Astoria, Lining Up for the Souvlaki Lady

The Souvlaki Lady, a.k.a. Elpida Vasiliadis, has been a fixture on the corner of 33rd Street and Ditmars Boulevard for 28 years.
A Broadway Marathon Survival Guide

A Broadway Marathon Survival Guide

Sophie Marvin and other audience members waiting for the second half of a very Harry Potter theater day. “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” clocks in at more than five hours, plus a dinner break.
Daredevil Raccoon Climbs Minnesota Skyscraper and Becomes a Sensation

Daredevil Raccoon Climbs Minnesota Skyscraper and Becomes a Sensation

A raccoon took a break on Tuesday outside a window on the 23rd floor of UBS Tower in St. Paul, Minn., hours after it began its ascent.
On Comedy: What’s So Funny About Orthodox Judaism? This Comic Has One Answer

On Comedy: What’s So Funny About Orthodox Judaism? This Comic Has One Answer

Ashley Blaker, an ultra-Orthodox Jew from England, onstage in “Strictly Unorthodox,” at the Theater Center in Times Square.
Album Review: Christina Aguilera Exults in Her Voice on ‘Liberation’

Album Review: Christina Aguilera Exults in Her Voice on ‘Liberation’

Christina Aguilera unleashes her naturally dramatic vocals on “Liberation,” an album of extreme ups and downs.
Fact Check: Corey Stewart, Republicans and the Fringe Right

Fact Check: Corey Stewart, Republicans and the Fringe Right

Mr. Stewart, who lost a bid for governor last year, has long courted voters on the rightward fringes of his party, often by playing to anti-immigration sentiment.
Jon Bon Jovi Gets Into the Rosé Business

Jon Bon Jovi Gets Into the Rosé Business

Jon Bon Jovi and his son Jesse with their new wine, a French rosé called Hampton Water.
De Blasio’s Plan for NYC Schools Isn’t Anti-Asian. It’s Anti-Racist.

De Blasio’s Plan for NYC Schools Isn’t Anti-Asian. It’s Anti-Racist.

Stuyvesant High School is one of eight New York public high schools that use a standardized test to determine admission.
A Macy’s Goes From Mall Mainstay to Homeless Shelter

A Macy’s Goes From Mall Mainstay to Homeless Shelter

Movers unloading belongings at the Carpenter’s Shelter, which has begun temporarily occupying part of a vacant Macy’s store at the Landmark Mall in Alexandria, Va.
No Ethnic Group Owns Stuyvesant. All New Yorkers Do.

No Ethnic Group Owns Stuyvesant. All New Yorkers Do.

Protesting Mayor Bill de Blasio's proposal to revamp admissions to New York City’s specialized high schools.
Texas Woman Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison for Voter Fraud Loses Bid for New Trial

Texas Woman Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison for Voter Fraud Loses Bid for New Trial

Crystal Mason, center, with her legal team. Ms. Mason has argued that she did not know a felony conviction barred her from voting in the 2016 presidential election.
Will Congress Block Trump’s Deal With a Dangerous Company?

Will Congress Block Trump’s Deal With a Dangerous Company?

The ZTE booth at an industry convention in Barcelona in February. Senators have proposed legislation to reverse a Trump deal that would take the Chinese company off a sanctions list.
For Trump, Power and Values Matter Less Than Dollars and Cents

For Trump, Power and Values Matter Less Than Dollars and Cents

President Trump embraced the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, after a falling-out with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada.
David Lynch on Michael Jackson and That Crazy Frog From ‘Twin Peaks’

David Lynch on Michael Jackson and That Crazy Frog From ‘Twin Peaks’

With “Room to Dream,” David Lynch alternates chapters with a co-writer, delivering an idiosyncratic biography.
Bachelorettes in Boots Take On Nashville

Bachelorettes in Boots Take On Nashville

A bachelorette party roaming Broadway in Nashville. The city has become a go-to destination for pre-wedding parties.
Critic’s Notebook: All About Odette, Tchaikovsky’s Swan Queen

Critic’s Notebook: All About Odette, Tchaikovsky’s Swan Queen

Swannish: Olga Smirnova of the Bolshoi Ballet in “Swan Lake,” which the company danced at Lincoln Center in New York in 2014.