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Review: Met Opera’s Next Maestro Energizes His Philadelphians

Review: Met Opera’s Next Maestro Energizes His Philadelphians

Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra at Carnegie Hall.
Restaurant Review: A Celebration of Black Southern Food, at JuneBaby in Seattle

Restaurant Review: A Celebration of Black Southern Food, at JuneBaby in Seattle

The chef Edouardo Jordan focuses the broth with Momma Jordan’s Oxtails by clarifying it with egg whites.
Op-Ed Contributor: Hitting Putin Where It Hurts

Op-Ed Contributor: Hitting Putin Where It Hurts

Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain with local officials in Salisbury on Thursday, where Sergei Skripal, a former Russian spy, and his daughter Yulia were poisoned.
Review: Meredith Monk, Still Peerless at Shocking Serenity

Review: Meredith Monk, Still Peerless at Shocking Serenity

Meredith Monk, far left, and members of her vocal ensemble in her newest evening-length work, “Cellular Songs.”
Op-Ed Contributor: Remember Guantánamo?

Op-Ed Contributor: Remember Guantánamo?

A detention group at Guantánamo Bay Naval Station in Cuba.
Big City: A Helicopter Had a Deadly Crash in the East River. Should These Tourist Flights Finally Be Banned?

Big City: A Helicopter Had a Deadly Crash in the East River. Should These Tourist Flights Finally Be Banned?

The wreckage of the Airbus AS350 sightseeing helicopter that crashed into the East River this week.
Review: ‘Tomb Raider’ and the Perils of Blockbustering

Review: ‘Tomb Raider’ and the Perils of Blockbustering

They raid tombs, don’t they? Alicia Vikander steps into the role of Lara Croft.
Hungry City: An Ex-Bodega Takes a Star Turn at Cienega Las Tlayudas de Oaxaca

Hungry City: An Ex-Bodega Takes a Star Turn at Cienega Las Tlayudas de Oaxaca

A friend from church turned the bodega’s walls into bright murals, with dancers in voluminous skirts ready to take flight and flowers in riot.
Trump Administration Penalizes Russians Over Election Meddling and Cyberattacks

Trump Administration Penalizes Russians Over Election Meddling and Cyberattacks

President Trump with President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia in July. The sanctions announced on Thursday represented the first time Mr. Trump took action against Russia for meddling in the 2016
36 Hours: 36 Hours in Oaxaca

36 Hours: 36 Hours in Oaxaca

Young performers practice a traditional dance in front of the Basílica de Nuestra Señora de la Soledad in Oaxaca.
Cocaine and Extortion: John Skipper Explains Why He Abruptly Left ESPN

Cocaine and Extortion: John Skipper Explains Why He Abruptly Left ESPN

John Skipper resigned as president of ESPN in December, at age 62. “In December, someone from whom I bought cocaine attempted to extort me,” he said in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter.
Dr. T. Berry Brazelton, Who Explored Babies’ Mental Growth, Dies at 99

Dr. T. Berry Brazelton, Who Explored Babies’ Mental Growth, Dies at 99

Dr. T. Berry Brazelton with parents at a school in Harlem in 2008.
6 of Larry Kudlow’s Not-So-on-the-Money Predictions

6 of Larry Kudlow’s Not-So-on-the-Money Predictions

Larry Kudlow, a longtime cheerleader of President Trump, will assume the role as his top economic adviser.
What to Pack for 36 Hours in Oaxaca

What to Pack for 36 Hours in Oaxaca

The grand Macedonio Alcalá Theater was completed in 1909, one year before the Mexican Revolution.
California Today: California Today: L.A. Homeless Complex Moves Forward

California Today: California Today: L.A. Homeless Complex Moves Forward

The empty lot on the corner of 1st Street and Lorena Street in the Boyle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles last September, where a proposed homeless housing complex was blocked by a city council
Saudi Crown Prince Likens Iran’s Supreme Leader to Hitler

Saudi Crown Prince Likens Iran’s Supreme Leader to Hitler

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman said that Saudi Arabia would acquire a nuclear bomb “as soon as possible” if Iran developed nuclear weapons.
Hepatitis C Drugs Save Lives, but Sick Prisoners Aren’t Getting Them

Hepatitis C Drugs Save Lives, but Sick Prisoners Aren’t Getting Them

An inmate who has hepatitis C at California Men’s Colony prison in San Luis Obispo, Calif. Prisons are a logical battleground in the fight against the virus.