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15 Songs in 15 Minutes: Inside Tierra Whack’s Whimsical, Twisted World

15 Songs in 15 Minutes: Inside Tierra Whack’s Whimsical, Twisted World

The 22-year-old rapper Tierra Whack announced her artistic arrival with “Whack World,” a 15-minute video featuring 15 distinct tracks and a whole universe of personalities.
A Manifesto for a 21st-Century Concert. (Drinks Allowed.)

A Manifesto for a 21st-Century Concert. (Drinks Allowed.)

“The concert experience has become predictable,” says Esa-Pekka Salonen, whose three-year term as the New York Philharmonic’s composer in residence ends this week.
Tech We’re Using: An Investigative Arsenal: Power Chargers, Document Analysis Tools and More

Tech We’re Using: An Investigative Arsenal: Power Chargers, Document Analysis Tools and More

Eric Lipton, an investigative reporter for The New York Times in Washington. His technology obsession, he says, is backup power.
Alice Marie Johnson Is Granted Clemency by Trump After Push by Kim Kardashian West

Alice Marie Johnson Is Granted Clemency by Trump After Push by Kim Kardashian West

Kim Kardashian West met with President Trump last week to lobby for Alice Johnson, who is serving a life sentence in prison. Mr. Trump commuted her sentence on Wednesday.
Melania Trump Appears in Public After ‘a Little Rough Patch’

Melania Trump Appears in Public After ‘a Little Rough Patch’

The first lady accompanied the president on a visit to FEMA after President Trump bitterly attacked the news media on Twitter for being “unfair and vicious to my wife.”
Philly Doesn’t Care What Trump Says About the Eagles

Philly Doesn’t Care What Trump Says About the Eagles

Philadelphia Eagles fans in front of City Hall during the team’s Super Bowl victory parade on Feb. 8.

Paul Ryan Dismisses Trump ‘Spy’ Charge as G.O.P. Shows Signs of Resistance

Speaker Paul D. Ryan backed Representative Trey Gowdy in dismissing President Trump’s assertion that the F.B.I. inserted a “spy” into his campaign.
Europe Asks U.S. for an Exemption From Sanctions on Iran

Europe Asks U.S. for an Exemption From Sanctions on Iran

An ad for Volkswagen in Tehran. European officials have been working with the State Department for some time to try to persuade President Trump to remain in the Iran nuclear agreement, which he has
Album Review: Dave Matthews Sings to the Next Generation on ‘Come Tomorrow’

Album Review: Dave Matthews Sings to the Next Generation on ‘Come Tomorrow’

Dave Matthews, center, sings about lifelong loves on the Dave Matthews Band’s new album, “Come Tomorrow.”
entertaining: ‘The Alice B. Toklas Cookbook,’ Updated

entertaining: ‘The Alice B. Toklas Cookbook,’ Updated

Daniel Isengart, left, in his kitchen with his husband, Filip Noterdaeme, in Brooklyn last month.
Democrats Did Well Last Night. The Left Didn’t.

Democrats Did Well Last Night. The Left Didn’t.

Katie Porter, right, a Democrat, won a primary on Tuesday for what will be a closely watched congressional race in California’s 45th District, beating a candidate backed by the state party.
Now Announcing for the Majors, Will It Be Donny Baarns?

Now Announcing for the Majors, Will It Be Donny Baarns?

Donny Baarns prepares to call a spring training game for the Oakland A’s, part of a years-long journey he hopes will end in the major leagues, much like the players he observes.
San Francisco Voters Uphold Ban on Flavored Vaping Products

San Francisco Voters Uphold Ban on Flavored Vaping Products

Voters in San Francisco on Tuesday upheld a ban on all flavored tobacco products, from colorfully packaged e-liquids to menthol cigarettes.
Review: In ‘Ocean’s 8,’ Women Walk Away With a Male Franchise. Sort Of.

Review: In ‘Ocean’s 8,’ Women Walk Away With a Male Franchise. Sort Of.

Would they, could they on a train? From left, Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Rihanna, Mindy Kaling, Awkwafina, Helena Bonham Carter, Anne Hathaway and Sarah Paulson in “Ocean’s 8.”
Fostering Connections Between Young and Old

Fostering Connections Between Young and Old

Samantha Flores, 28, gave a cello recital on March 20 as part of a program that connects young people with residents of a retirement community in Mitchellville, Md.
Op-Ed Columnist: A Good Night for Democrats

Op-Ed Columnist: A Good Night for Democrats

People celebrate the California primary results at a post-election party held by the Los Angeles Democratic Party.
In Morocco, an Imported Team for the World Cup

In Morocco, an Imported Team for the World Cup

Morocco’s captain, Medhi Benatia, is one of 17 foreign-born players on the country’s World Cup roster.
An Online Agitator, a Social Media Exposé and the Fallout in Brooklyn

An Online Agitator, a Social Media Exposé and the Fallout in Brooklyn

Mekelburg’s, a grocery and cafe in Brooklyn, had to counter a spontaneous social-media campaign against it, after a HuffPost profile linked the establishment to a prolific right-wing Twitter user who