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Critic’s Notebook: After 350 Years, Paris Still Defines Opera

Critic’s Notebook: After 350 Years, Paris Still Defines Opera

Meyerbeer’s long-ignored “Les Huguenots” is a highlight of the Opéra’s 350th anniversary: Ermonela Jaho (Valentine), front, with Paul Gay (the Comte de Saint-Bris) holding her and Florian Sempey (the
Fed’s Powell Says Economic Outlook Remains Sunny

Fed’s Powell Says Economic Outlook Remains Sunny

Jerome H. Powell, the Federal Reserve chairman, last month. On Tuesday, he said the combination of low inflation and low unemployment could continue for an extended time.
An Indian Food Writer Breaks Free From Tradition

An Indian Food Writer Breaks Free From Tradition

Nik Sharma walking through his neighborhood in Oakland, Calif. His new cookbook, “Season,” chronicles his journey from his childhood in Mumbai, India, to his current life in California.
Everyone Should Have a Postpartum Doula

Everyone Should Have a Postpartum Doula

Meema Spadola, right, a postpartum doula in New York, helps a pair of new parents in Brooklyn bathe their newborn.
Restaurant Review: An Azerbaijani Feast Awaits in Brooklyn, if You Can Find It

Restaurant Review: An Azerbaijani Feast Awaits in Brooklyn, if You Can Find It

Village Cafe is set back from Coney Island Avenue, at the far side of a parking lot hung with streamers.
The Joy of Cooking for One

The Joy of Cooking for One

The chef Anita Lo, who ran Annisa in the West Village for 17 years, has written a joyful, practical cookbook about cooking for one.
On Baseball: Trevor Story Took One Opportunity, and Has Led the Rockies to Another

On Baseball: Trevor Story Took One Opportunity, and Has Led the Rockies to Another

Trevor Story has established himself as a cornerstone for the Rockies, hitting .291 with 37 home runs this year.
James Beard Foundation Makes Changes to Diversify Its Awards

James Beard Foundation Makes Changes to Diversify Its Awards

James Beard Foundation medals bear the likeness of their namesake chef.
California Today: California Today: An Additional Fund for Solar Power

California Today: California Today: An Additional Fund for Solar Power

An array of solar panels in the desert near Victorville earlier this year.
Fork Over Passwords or Pay the Price, New Zealand Tells Travelers

Fork Over Passwords or Pay the Price, New Zealand Tells Travelers

Auckland Airport in New Zealand, where officials have added potential penalties nationwide for travelers at the border who refuse to unlock digital devices for security checks.
David Hockney Wouldn’t Paint the Queen. But He Made Her a Stained-Glass Window.

David Hockney Wouldn’t Paint the Queen. But He Made Her a Stained-Glass Window.

David Hockney in his London living room in September. On his right is a facsimile of the of a stained- glass window he designed, which was formally dedicated at Westminster Abbey on Tuesday.
A Political conversation: In Ohio Governor’s Debate, Wonky Candidates in a Divided State

A Political conversation: In Ohio Governor’s Debate, Wonky Candidates in a Divided State

Richard Cordray, left, the Democratic candidate for governor in Ohio, and Mike DeWine, his Republican opponent, shook hands before a debate in Marietta, Ohio, on Monday.
A Mass Burial Every Day: 1,200 Dead, and Counting, in Indonesia

A Mass Burial Every Day: 1,200 Dead, and Counting, in Indonesia

Evacuees preparing to board a military flight in Palu on Tuesday.
Scenes Across the Carolinas, Where Florence Is Far From Over

Scenes Across the Carolinas, Where Florence Is Far From Over

Floodwaters from the Waccamaw River in a neighborhood in Pawleys Island, S.C., on Sept 28.