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A Room-Size Painting Becomes a Cello Concerto About Versailles

A Room-Size Painting Becomes a Cello Concerto About Versailles

John Vanderlyn’s “Panoramic View of the Palace and Gardens of Versailles,” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which inspired Timo Andres’s newest work.
Once the ‘Killing Fields,’ East New York Has No Murders in 2018

Once the ‘Killing Fields,’ East New York Has No Murders in 2018

Students passed by a new development, Stanley Commons, in East New York, Brooklyn, near an intersection within the 75th Police Precinct once known as the “four corners of death.” There has not been a
To Be a Star Carlos Acosta Had to Leave Cuba. Maybe His Dancers Won’t Have To.

To Be a Star Carlos Acosta Had to Leave Cuba. Maybe His Dancers Won’t Have To.

Members of Acosta Danza rehearsing Raúl Reinoso’s “Nosotros,” in Havana. The company makes its United States debut at City Center on April 25.
A Good Appetite: A Tart Solution for Sweet Crumb Cake

A Good Appetite: A Tart Solution for Sweet Crumb Cake

The addition of grapefruit pulls crumb cake back from the brink of cloying sweetness.
Renaissance Tapestries Are Out. But Today’s Are Having a Renaissance.

Renaissance Tapestries Are Out. But Today’s Are Having a Renaissance.

For the tapestry “Zoo, Oxford,” Craigie Horsfield used digital 3-D weaving techniques to simulate the skin of two rhinoceroses.
Wells Fargo Pays $1 Billion to Federal Regulators

Wells Fargo Pays $1 Billion to Federal Regulators

Wells Fargo was hit with penalties for a variety of violations, including its handling of auto loans and mortgage interest rates, regulators said Friday.
Review: Two Masters Unite in a Meeting of Musical Minds

Review: Two Masters Unite in a Meeting of Musical Minds

The tenor Mark Padmore and the pianist Paul Lewis came together at Alice Tully Hall in a meeting of minds, and fine ones.
Party City Offers Ramadan Decorations, a First for a Big U.S. Retailer

Party City Offers Ramadan Decorations, a First for a Big U.S. Retailer

Huda Khwaja’s younger sisters making Ramadan decorations at home in Atlanta last year. Ms. Khwaja, 20, said her family had been decorating for the holiday her whole life to make it more meaningful.
California Today: California Today: Shabbat at a Wendy’s in Palm Desert

California Today: California Today: Shabbat at a Wendy’s in Palm Desert

The documentary short “Wendy’s Shabbat” will make its New York debut on Saturday at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Trump Criticizes OPEC, Calling Oil Prices ‘Artificially’ High

Trump Criticizes OPEC, Calling Oil Prices ‘Artificially’ High

President Trump boarding Air Force One at Palm Beach, Fla., on Wednesday. He criticized OPEC on Friday, arguing that it “artificially” raised oil prices.
Sale at Heathrow Terminal 1. Everything Must Go.

Sale at Heathrow Terminal 1. Everything Must Go.

Terminal 1 at London’s Heathrow Airport in 1969, the year it was officially opened by Queen Elizabeth II.
Op-Ed Contributor: Cynthia Nixon Can Save the Democrats (From Themselves)

Op-Ed Contributor: Cynthia Nixon Can Save the Democrats (From Themselves)

New York candidate for governor Cynthia Nixon, right, listened as she was introduced by Zakiyah Ansari, left, with the Alliance for Quality Education, during her first campaign stop at the Bethesda
Sunday Routine: How Doris Day, Dermatologist, Spends Her Sundays

Sunday Routine: How Doris Day, Dermatologist, Spends Her Sundays

Dr. Day walks through Manhattan with her husband, Dr. Michael Ghalili, and their dog, Baby.
Arsène Wenger, Arsenal Manager, to Leave at End of Season

Arsène Wenger, Arsenal Manager, to Leave at End of Season

“To all the Arsenal lovers, take care of the values of the club,” Arsène Wenger said on Friday in announcing he would step down as manager at the end of the season. “My love and support forever.”