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The Pleasures and Perils of Reviving a Robert Ashley Opera

The Pleasures and Perils of Reviving a Robert Ashley Opera

Gelsey Bell, left, who appears as Linda in a revival of Robert Ashley’s “Improvement (Don Leaves Linda),” with Mimi Johnson, Ashley’s widow and a producer of his works.
Super Bowl LIII Prediction: Our Pick Against the Spread

Super Bowl LIII Prediction: Our Pick Against the Spread

Todd Gurley led the N.F.L. in total touchdowns this season with 21 despite starting only 14 games.
Trilobites: Flying Squirrels That Glow Pink in the Dark

Trilobites: Flying Squirrels That Glow Pink in the Dark

In most circumstances, the flying squirrel has a brownish color, left. But ultraviolet light reveals them to glow hot-pink.
As Pelvic Mesh Settlements Near $8 Billion, Women Question Lawyers’ Fees

As Pelvic Mesh Settlements Near $8 Billion, Women Question Lawyers’ Fees

After legal fees, Sherise Grant was left with about $3,500 in damages for the side effects of her pelvic mesh implant. “I think they took way more than they should have,” she said of the lawyers in
Cory Booker Announces Presidential Bid, Joining Most Diverse Field Ever

Cory Booker Announces Presidential Bid, Joining Most Diverse Field Ever

Cory Booker, then the mayor of Newark, at a campaign stop in New Jersey in 2013, when he was running for the Senate.
The New Old Age: When Is the Surgeon Too Old to Operate?

The New Old Age: When Is the Surgeon Too Old to Operate?

Dr. Herbert Dardik at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center in New Jersey. "The clock ticks," he said, "and I’ve become an advocate for evaluation.”
Rosemary Mariner, Pathbreaking Navy Pilot and Commander, Is Dead at 65

Rosemary Mariner, Pathbreaking Navy Pilot and Commander, Is Dead at 65

Rosemary Mariner in 1991 at Naval Air Station LeMoore in Southern California, where she was commander of a Navy tactical electronic warfare squadron. She logged 17 landings on aircraft carriers and
A good Appetite: You’ll Want to Put This Chile-Garlic Oil on Everything

A good Appetite: You’ll Want to Put This Chile-Garlic Oil on Everything

A pungent chile oil is well placed as a sauce for chicken cutlets with lemon and capers.
Fish-and-Chip Shops in U.K. Found to Fry Endangered Species

Fish-and-Chip Shops in U.K. Found to Fry Endangered Species

Spiny dogfish, small sharks also called spurdogs, are considered an endangered species. But they can sometimes appear on menus in Britain as “rock salmon.”
When American Filmmakers Try to Cross the Border

When American Filmmakers Try to Cross the Border

Ismael Cruz Córdova and Gina Rodriguez in “Miss Bala,” a film directed by Catherine Hardwicke.

Meanwhile: For a Knife, Dagger, Sword, Machete or Zombie-Killer, Just Ask These Ladies

Whitehead's Cutlery in Butte, Mont., is 128 years old and will gladly sharpen scissors sold generations ago.

Digital Media: What Went Wrong

For years, BuzzFeed seemed to be leading the journalism industry toward a brave new future. Now that it has stumbled, the way ahead looks more old-school than ever.
Profile: Meet the Guardian of Grammar Who Wants to Help You Be a Better Writer

Profile: Meet the Guardian of Grammar Who Wants to Help You Be a Better Writer

Benjamin Dreyer’s 23,600 followers on Twitter, which he calls “the agora of the 21st century,” know him for his snappy language-related interventions.
Lindsey Vonn to Retire

Lindsey Vonn to Retire

Lindsey Vonn at the Pyeongchang Olympics in 2018.
I Found $90 Last Week but Can’t Find the Owner. Now What?

I Found $90 Last Week but Can’t Find the Owner. Now What?

Did you drop $90 in the subway last week? It’s about to go to charity.
The Saturday Profile: A Canadian Preacher Who Doesn’t Believe in God

The Saturday Profile: A Canadian Preacher Who Doesn’t Believe in God

The Rev. Gretta Vosper, the minister of the West Hill United Church in Toronto, who does not believe that Jesus was the son of God, speaking at a “weekly gathering” in November.