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Hear 9 New Psalm Settings for Challenging Times

Hear 9 New Psalm Settings for Challenging Times

The Nederlands Kamerkoor performing the premiere of the Psalms Experience in Utrecht, the Netherlands. The 12-concert series will have its American premiere at Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival
Op-Ed Contributor: Net Neutrality: Why Artists and Activists Can’t Afford to Lose It

Op-Ed Contributor: Net Neutrality: Why Artists and Activists Can’t Afford to Lose It

Issa Rae in 2012, acting out a scene for her web series “The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl.”
June Robles Birt, Whose Abduction at 6 Gripped the Nation, Is Dead at 87

June Robles Birt, Whose Abduction at 6 Gripped the Nation, Is Dead at 87

June Robles in an undated photograph. Her abduction in 1934 became a nationwide sensation.
Review: ‘The B-Side’ Is an Extraordinary Masterclass in Listening

Review: ‘The B-Side’ Is an Extraordinary Masterclass in Listening

Philip Moore, Eric Berryman and Jasper McGruder sing along with a historical recording in “The B-Side: Negro Folklore From Texas State Prisons” at the Performing Garage.
Review: ‘The Light of the Moon’ and the Trauma of Rape

Review: ‘The Light of the Moon’ and the Trauma of Rape

Stephanie Beatriz in a scene from “The Light of the Moon.”
Op-Ed Contributor: Trump Can Pardon Manafort. He Shouldn’t.

Op-Ed Contributor: Trump Can Pardon Manafort. He Shouldn’t.

President Trump has tried to distance himself from the indictments of former campaign aides.
Netflix Suspends Production of ‘House of Cards’

Netflix Suspends Production of ‘House of Cards’

Kevin Spacey in the Netflix political thriller “House Of Cards.” Netflix said it was suspending production of the show after sexual harassment allegations against Mr. Spacey.
Op-Ed Contributor: Manafort Is the Tip of the Iceberg

Op-Ed Contributor: Manafort Is the Tip of the Iceberg

Paul Manafort leaving the Federal District Court in Washington on Monday.
In a Superstar Economy, a Bull Market in Superstar Harassers

In a Superstar Economy, a Bull Market in Superstar Harassers

The television news personality Bill O’Reilly, the journalist and author Mark Halperin and the Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, all superstars in their fields and all embroiled in
Xi Jinping Vows No Poverty in China by 2020. That Could Be Hard.

Xi Jinping Vows No Poverty in China by 2020. That Could Be Hard.

Li Chao carrying wood for his stove in Chashan, China. The farmer and his wife have no income and receive no aid from the government.
Review: Greta Gerwig’s ‘Lady Bird’ Is Big-Screen Perfection

Review: Greta Gerwig’s ‘Lady Bird’ Is Big-Screen Perfection

Saoirse Ronan as the title character in Greta Gerwig’s “Lady Bird,” the first film for which Ms. Gerwig is solely credited as writer and director.
If You Missed Diwali in India, Dallas Is the Place to Be

If You Missed Diwali in India, Dallas Is the Place to Be

A pack of Bengali mithai, milk- and nut-based sweets, from Bombay Sweets & Snacks in Irving, Tex.
The Messy Family Battle for Starrett City

The Messy Family Battle for Starrett City

Starrett City sits on 145 acres just off of the Belt Parkway near Jamaica Bay, Brooklyn. The complex is being sold by its longtime owners, including President Trump, but the shareholders are fighting
A Seed Artist Germinates History

A Seed Artist Germinates History

Amaranth, which grows wild in Red Hook, Brooklyn, is among the plants introduced to New York via ships’ ballast long ago. It will be included in “Seeds of Change,” an exploration by the artist Maria
A Day Before Presenting Their Tax Cut Plan, Republicans Still Wrestle With Key Details

A Day Before Presenting Their Tax Cut Plan, Republicans Still Wrestle With Key Details

Representative Kevin Brady, Republican of Texas and the chairman of the Ways and Means committee. Republicans are considering eliminating a deduction on state and local taxes, but he said they may
Dartmouth College Professors Investigated Over Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Dartmouth College Professors Investigated Over Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H., has placed three professors on leave and restricted their access to the campus while allegations of sexual misconduct are investigated.
A Train Called Anne Frank? German Railway Plan Prompts Outcry

A Train Called Anne Frank? German Railway Plan Prompts Outcry

Anne Frank in 1942. She was deported by train to a concentration camp two years later.