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Critics Lap Up Wes Anderson’s ‘Isle of Dogs’

Critics Lap Up Wes Anderson’s ‘Isle of Dogs’

“Isle of Dogs” is a return to stop-motion animation for Wes Anderson after “Fantastic Mr. Fox” from 2009.
People Call Lindsey Vonn the World’s Greatest Skier. Does She Need the Olympics?

People Call Lindsey Vonn the World’s Greatest Skier. Does She Need the Olympics?

Lindsey Vonn, 33, is about to compete in her fourth Olympics. She will be among the favorites in the downhill and the super-G, as well as a medal contender in the Alpine combined.
California Today: California Today: Six Decades of Jasper Johns at the Broad

California Today: California Today: Six Decades of Jasper Johns at the Broad

Journalists view “Three Flags” (1958), by Jasper Johns during a media preview at the Broad in Los Angeles.
A New Juliet Blooms as a Ballerina

A New Juliet Blooms as a Ballerina

Indiana Woodward is making her debut as Juliet in Peter Martins’s “Romeo + Juliet.”
Sunday Routine: How Salt Bae, Restaurateur, Spends His Sundays

Sunday Routine: How Salt Bae, Restaurateur, Spends His Sundays

“I want to look stronger and be better,” Salt Bae said of his gym time. “I leave all of the negative energy there and go to the restaurant with more positive energy.”
Winter Games, Lunar New Year, ‘Black Panther’: Your Friday Briefing

Winter Games, Lunar New Year, ‘Black Panther’: Your Friday Briefing

A vigil in Parkland, Fla., on Thursday to honor the victims of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Op-Ed Contributor: Saving Winter Is About More Than Snow. It’s About Jobs.

Op-Ed Contributor: Saving Winter Is About More Than Snow. It’s About Jobs.

Watching athletes from a snow mound at the Olympics in Pyeongchang. Researchers say that climate change may severely limit the number of cities that can host future Winter Games.
Op-Ed Contributor: Trump Betrays the Bards of Hard Work

Op-Ed Contributor: Trump Betrays the Bards of Hard Work

A performance of “Hamlet” at the Matthews Opera House and Arts Center in Spearfish, S.D., in April. The Matthews receives funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Right at Home: This Old House Is a Chore

There is a lot to learn when you buy an old house — and what seems like a simple fix can turn into a major project.
‘How Did This Happen?’: Grief and Fury After Florida Shooting

‘How Did This Happen?’: Grief and Fury After Florida Shooting

Luis Rodriguez, a student, held a memorial card for Alyssa Miriam Alhadeff, one of the victims of the shooting on Wednesday at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, outside Alyssa’s funeral in North
A Bold Artist, a Quiet Texas Town and the Heritage of the Borderland

A Bold Artist, a Quiet Texas Town and the Heritage of the Borderland

Michael Tracy at one of his residences in San Ygnacio, Tex. His signature outfit is an Indian kurta.
Frugal Traveler: In Chengdu, Finding Peace in Parks and Heat in Cuisine

Frugal Traveler: In Chengdu, Finding Peace in Parks and Heat in Cuisine

A panda relaxing at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding.
While ‘Last Week Tonight’ Was Away, John Oliver Was Busy

While ‘Last Week Tonight’ Was Away, John Oliver Was Busy

John Oliver on “Last Week Tonight,” which is returning for its fifth season on HBO.
Two Swiss Athletes Are First at Olympics Confirmed With Norovirus

Two Swiss Athletes Are First at Olympics Confirmed With Norovirus

Nearly 250 people, including security workers and members of the Olympic organizing committee, have been affected by norovirus at the Pyeongchang Games.