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Review: John Adams Mines Gold Rush History for His New Opera

Review: John Adams Mines Gold Rush History for His New Opera

J’Nai Bridges, center, as Josefa, a young Mexican woman during the California Gold Rush, in “Girls of the Golden West,” at San Francisco Opera.
The Fabulous Holiday Windows of London, Paris, Berlin and New York City

The Fabulous Holiday Windows of London, Paris, Berlin and New York City

The New-York Historical Society-themed window at Bergdorf Goodman.
Sicily’s Emerald Green Gem: the Bronte Pistachio

Sicily’s Emerald Green Gem: the Bronte Pistachio

Nunzio Caudullo, whose grandparents founded the Antonino Caudullo pistachio company in Bronte, Sicily, with nuts that have been shelled by machine.
City Kitchen: Meat and Potatoes Get an Upgrade

City Kitchen: Meat and Potatoes Get an Upgrade

Rack of lamb, slathered in mustard and rosemary and roasted over crushed potatoes, makes for a simple and smart main dish.
Senate Republicans Pass Sweeping Tax Bill

Senate Republicans Pass Sweeping Tax Bill

Majority Leader Mitch McConnell walked to the Senate chamber after a conference with fellow Republicans before the vote on Friday.
Review: A ‘Phantom Opera’ Dreams Between Life and Death

Review: A ‘Phantom Opera’ Dreams Between Life and Death

Zizo, left, and Lisa E. Harris in the premiere of Pauline Oliveros’s “The Nubian Word for Flowers” at Roulette, with Ione (foreground left) and members of the International Contemporary Ensemble.
‘I Ask Forgiveness,’ Pope Francis Tells Rohingya Muslims in Bangladesh

‘I Ask Forgiveness,’ Pope Francis Tells Rohingya Muslims in Bangladesh

Pope Francis, center, and a Rohingya Muslim refugee from Myanmar, center left, led a prayer during an interfaith event in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on Friday.
Vows: Bling Bling Had the Rings, the Pilot Her Heart

Vows: Bling Bling Had the Rings, the Pilot Her Heart

Sarah Ward and Jonathan Rupp greeting one of her horses, Bling Bling, their ring bearer.
Trump Rejects Reports That His Top Diplomat is Departing

Trump Rejects Reports That His Top Diplomat is Departing

Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson spoke during a meeting with the the prime minister of Libya, Fayez al-Sarraj, on Friday.
White Supremacists Were Ready for Violence in Charlottesville. The Police Were Not.

White Supremacists Were Ready for Violence in Charlottesville. The Police Were Not.

Officers lacked the right training, gear or marching orders, and remained passive as clashes raged at a rally in Virginia this summer, a review has found.
Eat: Set Your Ice Cream Cake on Fire

Eat: Set Your Ice Cream Cake on Fire

A baked alaska is pretty much guaranteed to make an impression on those at the table.
Dueling Tax Plans: Here’s What the Senate and House Have to Resolve

Dueling Tax Plans: Here’s What the Senate and House Have to Resolve

The House and Senate tax bills diverge on important provisions that will be challenging for lawmakers to rectify in the coming weeks.
The Great American Single-Family Home Problem

The Great American Single-Family Home Problem

The property at 1310 Haskell Street in Berkeley, Calif., has been the focus of a protracted fight over denser development. Neighbors fought the plan for three houses on the site but lost.
Nonfiction: A Renowned Travel Writer’s Letters From the Road

Nonfiction: A Renowned Travel Writer’s Letters From the Road

Patrick Leigh Fermor writing under a makeshift shelter in his garden at Kardamyli, Greece.
A Violinist as Riveting in Silence as in Sound

A Violinist as Riveting in Silence as in Sound

The violinist Janine Jansen in an elevator before her performance in the concert hall De Doelen in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
Michael Flynn Pleads Guilty to Lying to the F.B.I. and Will Cooperate With Russia Inquiry

Michael Flynn Pleads Guilty to Lying to the F.B.I. and Will Cooperate With Russia Inquiry

The guilty plea by President Trump’s former national security adviser brings the special counsel investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election into Mr. Trump’s inner circle.
Jenna Lyons’s Space of Her Own

Jenna Lyons’s Space of Her Own

In the living room of Jenna Lyons’s SoHo loft, a vintage Milo Baughman sofa covered in Pierre Frey velvet, a Paul McCobb coffee table with a custom marble top, a Dimore Studio folding screen with
For Women in Jazz, a Year of Reckoning and Recognition

For Women in Jazz, a Year of Reckoning and Recognition

The trumpeter Jaimie Branch made one of the most impressive debut albums in jazz this year.