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Critic’s Notebook: The Outsider Fair Once More Confirms That Art Is Everywhere

Critic’s Notebook: The Outsider Fair Once More Confirms That Art Is Everywhere

Installation view of Mose Tolliver’s work at Shrine’s booth at the Outsider Art Fair.
Australia Fare: Saba’s Brings Ethiopia to Melbourne With Joy and Spices

Australia Fare: Saba’s Brings Ethiopia to Melbourne With Joy and Spices

Saba Alemayoh and her small staff, made up of family and close friends, are an effervescent presence in the restaurant.
Art Review: A Deep Dive Into the Brain, Hand-Drawn by the Father of Neuroscience

Art Review: A Deep Dive Into the Brain, Hand-Drawn by the Father of Neuroscience

“Cells in the retina of the eye” (1904), one of Santiago Ramón y Cajal’s most striking drawings at the Grey Art Gallery in Manhattan.
Arrested Former C.I.A. Officer Had Ties to Chinese Spies, Ex-Colleague Says

Arrested Former C.I.A. Officer Had Ties to Chinese Spies, Ex-Colleague Says

New information suggests that Jerry Chun Shing Lee, who was arrested in New York this week, had repeated official and unofficial contacts with China’s Ministry of State Security, its main intelligence
Peter Mayle, Who Wrote of ‘A Year in Provence,’ Is Dead at 78

Peter Mayle, Who Wrote of ‘A Year in Provence,’ Is Dead at 78

Peter Mayle in an undated photo. “The chapters more or less wrote themselves,” he said of his best-selling book.
Op-Ed Contributor: ICE Detained My Husband for Being an Activist

Op-Ed Contributor: ICE Detained My Husband for Being an Activist

Ravi Ragbir, center, the executive director of the New Sanctuary Coalition, at a demonstration outside an Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in Manhattan last year. This week, Mr. Ragbir
Op-Ed Contributor: A Trojan Horse Threatens the Nation’s Parks

Op-Ed Contributor: A Trojan Horse Threatens the Nation’s Parks

The Valley of the Gods inside the Bears Ears National Monument in Utah.
Consumer Watchdog’s Latest Budget Request: $0

Consumer Watchdog’s Latest Budget Request: $0

Mick Mulvaney, acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, said he planned to spend down the bureau’s $177 million reserve fund to pay for operations.
Hungry City: At Cafe Booqoo, New Orleans Favorites, Spicy and Sweet

Hungry City: At Cafe Booqoo, New Orleans Favorites, Spicy and Sweet

Po’ boys are built on bread shipped from Leidenheimer Baking Company in New Orleans.
Two Big Brewers Try to Cash In on an I.P.A. Craze

Two Big Brewers Try to Cash In on an I.P.A. Craze

In December, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. introduced Hazy Little Thing I.P.A. in a few areas, and has released it nationwide this month.
Album Review: Caitlyn Smith, a Hitmaking Nashville Songwriter, Sings Her Own on ‘Starfire’

Album Review: Caitlyn Smith, a Hitmaking Nashville Songwriter, Sings Her Own on ‘Starfire’

After years working as a staff songwriter, Caitlyn Smith is showing off her own striking voice.
5 Cheap(ish) Things to Help You Host the Perfect Super Bowl Party

5 Cheap(ish) Things to Help You Host the Perfect Super Bowl Party

If you didn’t get together for the Super Bowl last year, now is your chance.
Can Philippe Jaroussky Help Fix Classical Music’s Diversity Problem?

Can Philippe Jaroussky Help Fix Classical Music’s Diversity Problem?

Amine Djerby, left, and Macéo Mennesson-Llorente during a cello lesson last month at the music academy that Philippe Jaroussky opened outside Paris.
Meet Your Art Twin: A 400-Year-Old With an Oily Complexion

Meet Your Art Twin: A 400-Year-Old With an Oily Complexion

Ross W. Duffin stumbled upon his art twin, a warrior from a 17th-century Jan van Bijlert painting. Many people intentionally set out in museums to find their doppelgängers.