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The Red Ball That Bounced Through Toledo (in 2015) Is on the Move Again

The Red Ball That Bounced Through Toledo (in 2015) Is on the Move Again

RedBall, as installed in Toledo in 2015, not far from where it broke free from its handlers and into internet fame.
A Trump Visit to Ireland Is Now Up in the Air

A Trump Visit to Ireland Is Now Up in the Air

President Trump and Melania Trump listened to remarks from Prime Minister Leo Varadkar of Ireland at the White House in March.
At MoMA, How Judson Blew Up the Rules of Dance

At MoMA, How Judson Blew Up the Rules of Dance

“What does it mean, the conservation of this work?” The curators Ana Janevski and Thomas J. Lax, who with their colleague Martha Joseph organized the exhibition “Judson Dance Theater: The Work Is
E.U.’s Leadership Seeks to Contain Hungary’s Orban

E.U.’s Leadership Seeks to Contain Hungary’s Orban

Prime Minister Viktor Orban of Hungary is now seen as a threat to Europe’s mainstream leadership, the same elite who for years chose to shelter him.
Andrew Zimmern’s Nonstop Road (and Food) Show

Andrew Zimmern’s Nonstop Road (and Food) Show

Andrew Zimmern taking a selfie at a benefit concert featuring Cheap Trick and Lynyrd Skynyrd near Lake Minnetonka in Wayzata, Minn.
Worker at Arizona Center for Migrant Children Is Convicted of Sexual Abuse

Worker at Arizona Center for Migrant Children Is Convicted of Sexual Abuse

A Southwest Key center for unaccompanied migrant children in Brownsville, Tex. Levian D. Pacheco, a worker at a separate Southwest Key center in Arizona, has been convicted of sexually abusing
Critic’s Notebook: For the First Time, Thelonious Monk’s Songbook Swings Solo

Critic’s Notebook: For the First Time, Thelonious Monk’s Songbook Swings Solo

The guitarist Miles Okazaki released his solo recording of the complete Thelonious Monk songbook without fanfare or warning.
A Friend of Beethoven, Now Rediscovered in His Own Right

A Friend of Beethoven, Now Rediscovered in His Own Right

Anton Reicha’s music is “eccentric and esoteric,” a pianist says.
Zimbabwe Declares Cholera Emergency as Disease Spreads in Capital

Zimbabwe Declares Cholera Emergency as Disease Spreads in Capital

Health workers in Harare, Zimbabwe, caring for patients with cholera symptoms on Tuesday. More than 2,000 have been sickened in the past week alone.
Yet Another Way to Eat Your Spinach

Yet Another Way to Eat Your Spinach

Pkaila, a Tunisian condiment made by frying spinach until it becomes almost black in color, inspires this halibut and chickpea dish.
At 9/11 Memorial, Remembering Those Lost

At 9/11 Memorial, Remembering Those Lost

Remembering the victims of the 9/11 terror attacks on the 17th anniversary of the tragedy.
Trump Honors Heroes of Flight 93 on Sept. 11 Anniversary

Trump Honors Heroes of Flight 93 on Sept. 11 Anniversary

President Trump and Melania Trump, the first lady, took part in a ceremony Tuesday honoring the passengers of Flight 93 in Shanksville, Pa.