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Sake. Dashi. Soba Shops: Japanese Chic Takes Root in Brooklyn

In Greenpoint, new businesses are cropping up, making it a contender for Little Tokyo status.

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Songwriter or Star? The-Dream, Muni Long and Two Paths to the Grammys.

Ahead of the first-ever Grammy Award for songwriter of the year, two musicians who have been both headliners and behind-the-scenes…

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Two Experimental Horror Directors Discuss the Thoughts Behind the Frights

Kyle Edward Ball, the filmmaker behind “Skinamarink,” and Robbie Banfitch, who made “The Outwaters,” talk about their creepy, buzzy movies.

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Storming Normandy in 1346

“Essex Dogs,” the first novel in a projected trilogy by the historian Dan Jones, imagines a hard-bitten band of mercenaries…

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There’s Already a Better Search Engine Than Google. It’s YouTube.

Will ChatGPT kill Google? That’s been the hot question in Silicon Valley since November, when the artificial intelligence company OpenAI…

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How the R&B Innovator Kelela Unlocked a New Level

In mid-January, Kelela Mizanekristos emailed over the document she shares with everyone who plans to work with her. It’s a…

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Philomena Cunk Is Weird Enough to Take on the World

The new Netflix show “Cunk on Earth” looks like an ambitious BBC documentary. Until its fictional host, created by Charlie…

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Wallpaper Everywhere All at Once

The current maximalist movement does not spare the ceiling.

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Inclusive or Alienating? The Language Wars Go On

Before the millions of views, the subsequent ridicule and finally the earnest apology, The Associated Press Stylebook practically oozed good…

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‘80 for Brady’ Review: Remember These Titans

This stubbornly charming romp starring Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, Sally Field and Rita Moreno is inspired by the story of…

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