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How a Philly Cheesesteak Goes From the Grill to Carnegie Hall

How a Philly Cheesesteak Goes From the Grill to Carnegie Hall

Tod Machover, who uses found sounds in his “city symphonies,” records a cheesesteak sizzling on the grill at Pat’s King of Steaks in Philadelphia. Above, a rehearsal at Kimmel Center in Philadelphia.
Night at the Space Museum: 10 Open Bars and Tons of Kubrick References

Night at the Space Museum: 10 Open Bars and Tons of Kubrick References

Simon Birch’s art installation “The Barmecide Feast” is a full-scale re-creation of the iconic bedroom from “2001: A Space Odyssey” at the National Air and Space Museum.
Lens: Who Was That Masked Man? A Wrestling Priest

Lens: Who Was That Masked Man? A Wrestling Priest

Fray Tormenta was a heroin addict when he was young. After getting clean, he enrolled at the seminary to became a priest and started wrestling to make money for the orphanage he founded.
Tony Robbins Apologizes for Saying Women Use #MeToo to Gain ‘Significance’

Tony Robbins Apologizes for Saying Women Use #MeToo to Gain ‘Significance’

Tony Robbins, a life coach, suggested last month that women were using the #MeToo movement “to try to get significance.”
The Big Question for Markets: Is There a Kudlow or Powell ‘Put’?

The Big Question for Markets: Is There a Kudlow or Powell ‘Put’?

Larry Kudlow, National Economic Council director, being interviewed on TV outside the White House last Friday.
Rick Scott Senate Run Returns Florida to Battleground

Rick Scott Senate Run Returns Florida to Battleground

Gov. Rick Scott of Florida was joined by his wife, Ann, in Orlando on Monday as he announced his campaign for the United States Senate.
ISIS Leader in Afghanistan Is Killed in U.S. Airstrike

ISIS Leader in Afghanistan Is Killed in U.S. Airstrike

The killing of Qari Hekmatullah, who is standing with a black flag to his left in this video still, led to immediate infighting among rival factions of insurgents, according to Afghan government
Credit Card Signatures Are About to Become Extinct in the U.S.

Credit Card Signatures Are About to Become Extinct in the U.S.

The signature was once the way merchants tracked their customers’ promises to pay up — and verified their identities. But technology has made them largely obsolete.
California Today: California Today: Saudi Prince Tours Los Angeles and San Francisco

California Today: California Today: Saudi Prince Tours Los Angeles and San Francisco

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia visited Lockheed Martin in San Francisco on Friday.
The New Health Care: Better Car Seats Are Just the Start: Road Safety Lessons From Sweden

The New Health Care: Better Car Seats Are Just the Start: Road Safety Lessons From Sweden

Crash-test dummies used to compare different styles of child safety seats. The top row are U.S.-style, while the lower row are the Swedish version.
China’s #MeToo: How a 20-Year-Old Rape Case Became a Rallying Cry

China’s #MeToo: How a 20-Year-Old Rape Case Became a Rallying Cry

Gao Yan, a young woman whose suicide two decades ago has ignited a debate about sexual harassment in China.
As Cleveland Indians Prepare to Part With Chief Wahoo, Tensions Reignite

As Cleveland Indians Prepare to Part With Chief Wahoo, Tensions Reignite

Protesters at Friday’s home opener for the Cleveland Indians decried the team’s name and logo, a grinning, red-faced caricature named Chief Wahoo.
Pope Francis Puts Caring for Migrants and Opposing Abortion on Equal Footing

Pope Francis Puts Caring for Migrants and Opposing Abortion on Equal Footing

Pope Francis, right, at the Vatican on Saturday. The pope’s vision of holiness explicitly highlights migrants, whose plight he has sought to elevate to global attention perhaps more than any other
New York Today: New York Today: Survivors of Gun Violence

New York Today: New York Today: Survivors of Gun Violence

Antonius Wiriadjaja was shot on a busy Brooklyn street in 2013.
Op-Ed Contributor: Don’t Let the G.O.P. Dismantle Obama’s Student Loan Reforms

Op-Ed Contributor: Don’t Let the G.O.P. Dismantle Obama’s Student Loan Reforms

The documents of a 29-year-old woman who is trying to manage her student loan debt.
Syria, North Korea, ‘Mean Girls’: Your Monday Briefing

Syria, North Korea, ‘Mean Girls’: Your Monday Briefing

Children received medical care on Sunday after a reported chemical attack in Douma, Syria, in a picture released by an aid group.