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Fixtures: The Baumans, Sellers of Really, Really Rare Books

Fixtures: The Baumans, Sellers of Really, Really Rare Books

This is Vegas? The bookcases at Bauman Rare Books there are filled with carefully arranged volumes.
Before We Let You Sweat, a Few Questions

Before We Let You Sweat, a Few Questions

Meghan Hayden, one of the personal trainers at Performix House, working out at the gym.
Critic’s Pick: Cherry Glazerr Kicks Its Grungy Manifestoes Into a New Gear on ‘Stuffed & Ready’

Critic’s Pick: Cherry Glazerr Kicks Its Grungy Manifestoes Into a New Gear on ‘Stuffed & Ready’

Clementine Creevy, the songwriter, singer and guitarist who leads Cherry Glazerr, sounds less guarded and more direct than ever on the band’s new album.
A Gruesome Hammer Attack Left 3 Asian Men Dead. Was It a Hate Crime?

A Gruesome Hammer Attack Left 3 Asian Men Dead. Was It a Hate Crime?

The workers and customers who witnessed a triple homicide this month at Seaport Buffet in Brooklyn were struggling to recover from the day’s events.
Tough Times Along the Colorado River

Tough Times Along the Colorado River

"Without action, it is not a matter of if but when Lake Mead,” a crucial reservoir along the Colorado, “will drop so low that all its users will be harmed," a former water official said.
Why the Latest Layoffs Are Devastating to Democracy

Why the Latest Layoffs Are Devastating to Democracy

Fifteen percent of BuzzFeed's employees, including dozens of journalists, are losing their jobs.

Iran Faces Worst Economic Challenge Since 1979 Revolution, Its President Says

President Hassan Rouhani said that severe American economic sanctions, not the Iranian government, should be blamed for problems like a crashing currency and rising costs.
The Carpetbagger: Are the Oscars Ashamed to Be the Oscars?

The Carpetbagger: Are the Oscars Ashamed to Be the Oscars?

“Never Look Away,” one of the cinematography nominees potentially cut from the live broadcast.
Send Us Your Ideas for What to Do During the Polar Vortex. We Want to Hear From You.

Send Us Your Ideas for What to Do During the Polar Vortex. We Want to Hear From You.

A commuter during an extremely light morning rush hour in Chicago on Wednesday. Businesses and schools have closed as the city copes with record low temperatures.
Roger Goodell Finally Acknowledges Referee Error in N.F.C. Championship Game

Roger Goodell Finally Acknowledges Referee Error in N.F.C. Championship Game

N.F.L. Commissioner Roger Goodell, during a news conference for Super Bowl LIII, said referees erred near the end of the N.F.C. championship game between the New Orleans Saints and Los Angeles Rams.
Nonfiction: The Persistence of Anti-Semitism

Nonfiction: The Persistence of Anti-Semitism

A National Socialist Movement rally in Georgia on April 21, 2018.
Carnegie Hall’s New Season: Here’s What Our Critics Want to Hear

Carnegie Hall’s New Season: Here’s What Our Critics Want to Hear

Yannick Nézet-Séguin leading the Philadelphia Orchestra at Carnegie Hall last year. He will be featured in a Perspectives series at the hall next season.
‘We All Need to Help’: Outrage and Empathy After a Mother’s Death on Subway Stairs

‘We All Need to Help’: Outrage and Empathy After a Mother’s Death on Subway Stairs

Only about one-quarter of the subway’s 472 stations are accessible and elevators at those stations are often out of order.
Foxconn Reconsidering Plans for a Wisconsin Factory Heralded by Trump

Foxconn Reconsidering Plans for a Wisconsin Factory Heralded by Trump

A Foxconn logo before the arrival of President Trump for a groundbreaking ceremony in Mount Pleasant, Wis., last June.
Foxconn Is Reconsidering Plan for Manufacturing in Wisconsin

Foxconn Is Reconsidering Plan for Manufacturing in Wisconsin

A Foxconn logo before the arrival of President Trump for a groundbreaking ceremony in Mount Pleasant, Wis., last June.
Books of The Times: An Intensely Personal Tribute to A Tribe Called Quest

Books of The Times: An Intensely Personal Tribute to A Tribe Called Quest

A Tribe Called Quest in a New York recording studio in 1991. From left: Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Phife Dawg and Q-Tip.
How Bitcoin Could Help Iran Undermine U.S. Sanctions

How Bitcoin Could Help Iran Undermine U.S. Sanctions

A Bitcoin processing or mining site in the desert outside of Tehran. Cryptocurrency mining is taking off in Iran, where electricity costs are low.