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A Listening Ear for Musicians in Need

A Listening Ear for Musicians in Need

Matthew Johnson of the band Hookworms said it was hard to explain his problems to a regular therapist: “They say, ‘Oh, your life must be wonderful.’ ”
A Sober Trump Reassures the Davos Elite

A Sober Trump Reassures the Davos Elite

President Trump on Friday with the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, Klaus Schwab.
A Good Appetite: Beef and Onions, Made Better With Beer

A Good Appetite: Beef and Onions, Made Better With Beer

In this hearty, warming stew, golden-brown onions melt into a soft-textured sauce for brawny cubes of beef.
This Horror Movie Is Based on a True Story. Sort Of.

This Horror Movie Is Based on a True Story. Sort Of.

Helen Mirren as the widow Sarah Winchester, who in real life did build an elaborate home, but it’s not what you think.
Senate Democrats Seek to Protect Mueller From Being Fired

Senate Democrats Seek to Protect Mueller From Being Fired

President Trump on Friday at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
On Journalistic Curiosity: Down the Rabbit Hole With Dan Barry

On Journalistic Curiosity: Down the Rabbit Hole With Dan Barry

An image of a child with a dog was discovered by the reporter Dan Barry among the pages of an old book in the New York Times archive.
California Today: California Today: In Final State of the State, Brown Touts Fast Train

California Today: California Today: In Final State of the State, Brown Touts Fast Train

Gov. Jerry Brown delivered his final State of the State at the Capitol in Sacramento on Thursday, setting out an agenda that is likely to influence the race to succeed him.
Will the Grammys Have a #MeToo Moment?

Will the Grammys Have a #MeToo Moment?

Last weekend at the women’s march in New York, Halsey delivered a speech about surviving harassment and abuse. Whether the #MeToo movement will make a splash at the Grammys, however, is unclear.
Op-Ed Columnist: McGahn in June, Other Republicans Soon

Op-Ed Columnist: McGahn in June, Other Republicans Soon

Donald McGahn, the White House counsel, refused to carry out any order to fire the special counsel overseeing the Russia investigation.
‘The Bachelor’ Goes International. Will Bachelor Nation Follow?

‘The Bachelor’ Goes International. Will Bachelor Nation Follow?

The contestants in “The Bachelor Winter Games,” drawn from 12 countries, will compete in athletic events like a biathlon and ice dancing, as well as for true love.
A Storytelling Choreographer Who Listens to Her Audience

A Storytelling Choreographer Who Listens to Her Audience

Camille A. Brown says that working not just in dance but also in theater “has helped me be a better choreographer.”
Sunday Routine: How Roy Wood Jr., Comedian, Spends His Sundays

Sunday Routine: How Roy Wood Jr., Comedian, Spends His Sundays

Roy Wood Jr., at home in Hell’s Kitchen with his girlfriend, Salone Monet, and their son.
She Boarded a Plane to See Her Dying Mother. Then Her Ticket Was Canceled.

She Boarded a Plane to See Her Dying Mother. Then Her Ticket Was Canceled.

United Airlines removed Carrol Amrich from a flight when an online agency canceled her ticket.
Time Travel for Photographers

Time Travel for Photographers

“The Munich Daguerre-Triptych” by Sylvia Ballhause
New York Today: New York Today: Broadway Mania

New York Today: New York Today: Broadway Mania

Maddie Savitch, Julie Savitch and Sammi Tapper at last year’s BroadwayCon.