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Character Study: The Exacting Art of Saxophone Repair

Character Study: The Exacting Art of Saxophone Repair

Perry Ritter decided as a young man that he would never play the sax professionally. But he was good at fixing them.
Antiquarian Booksellers Adapt to the 21st Century (Gradually)

Antiquarian Booksellers Adapt to the 21st Century (Gradually)

The A.B.A. Rare Book Fair’s 61st edition shifted to a new venue in Battersea, London, south of the River Thames.
Vows: You Could Write a Country Song About Them. (He Probably Will.)

Vows: You Could Write a Country Song About Them. (He Probably Will.)

Brooke Stuard and Harley Ellis Stumbaugh were married May 5 in a gallery at the Clyfford Still Museum in downtown Denver.
Trump Tariffs Threaten National Security

Trump Tariffs Threaten National Security

Bails of raw steel imports at a storage yard in Houston.
Corner Office: Katrina Lake of Stitch Fix on Building Diverse Teams

Corner Office: Katrina Lake of Stitch Fix on Building Diverse Teams

Katrina Lake started Stitch Fix, now valued at nearly $2 billion, less than a decade after graduating from college.
the tony awards: She’s Photographed Broadway for Years. Now Broadway Is Honoring Her.

the tony awards: She’s Photographed Broadway for Years. Now Broadway Is Honoring Her.

This scene, of Sutton Foster with the ensemble of "Thoroughly Modern Millie" in 2002, marks one of the first times Ms. Krulwich successfully used a digital camera to shoot a Broadway show.
Is Opera Dying? No, But This One Is Staged Among the Dead

Is Opera Dying? No, But This One Is Staged Among the Dead

A rehearsal for David Hertzberg’s “The Rose Elf” in the catacomb at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn.
Sunday Routine: How Angela Goding, of MoMA PS1, Spends Her Sundays

Sunday Routine: How Angela Goding, of MoMA PS1, Spends Her Sundays

Sundays are for “hanging out with my man who I don’t see enough of and being local,” said Ms. Goding, shown walking through Clinton Hill with her man, Charles McMickens.
Finding Your First Apartment

Finding Your First Apartment

Kristen Pride recently moved back to Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, where she grew up. But she hasn’t told her family what she pays in rent. Her dad, she said, “is super passionate about
Trump Ran as a Renegade. Now He’s Trying to Keep Them at Bay.

Trump Ran as a Renegade. Now He’s Trying to Keep Them at Bay.

Instead of elevating insurgent conservatives like Chris McDaniel, a Senate candidate in Mississippi, President Trump has effectively shut off their oxygen by endorsing incumbents.
The Next Great American Public Health Campaign? Readers Make Their Picks

The Next Great American Public Health Campaign? Readers Make Their Picks

“It makes a big difference to get a child off on the right foot,” a reader said.
Matter: The Great Breakup: The First Arrivals to the Americas Split Into Two Groups

Matter: The Great Breakup: The First Arrivals to the Americas Split Into Two Groups

A cast of the skull of the Kennewick Man, whose 8,500-year-old skeleton is the oldest evidence of one of two groups of humans whose population split about 13,000 years ago.
Spain’s Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy, Is Ousted in No-Confidence Vote

Spain’s Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy, Is Ousted in No-Confidence Vote

Mariano Rajoy was one of Europe’s longest-serving leaders. After losing a confidence vote, he told lawmakers he had left Spain “better off than I had found it.”
Here’s Why British Firms Say Their Boards Lack Women. Prepare to Cringe.

Here’s Why British Firms Say Their Boards Lack Women. Prepare to Cringe.

“You might think it’s 1918 not 2018,” said Amanda Mackenzie, the chief executive of the charity Business in the Community, after seeing the results of a study on why British firms said they lacked