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‘The Smuggler’ Review: A Barman’s Rambling Yarn

The one-man show means to draw the audience into a moral quandary pitting immigrants and the American poor against each…

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26 Years After Its Singer’s Sudden Death, Brainiac (Briefly) Returns

The indie-rock band from Ohio was poised for a breakout when it lost its frontman, Tim Taylor, in a 1997…

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At Columbia’s $600 Million Business School, Time to Rethink Capitalism

On the developing Manhattanville campus, the architecture of Diller Scofidio + Renfro reinforces a social movement in business education to…

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Business

Electric Cars Are Taking Off, but When Will Battery Recycling Follow?

Many companies and investors are eager to recycle batteries but it could take a decade or more before enough used…

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Travel

Trump Faces a Week of Headaches on Jan. 6 and His Taxes

The House panel investigating the Capitol attack is set to release its report and may back criminal charges against the…

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Arts

John le Carré: The Spy Novelist Who (Mostly) Kept Quiet

“A Private Spy,” a collection of the British writer’s letters, offers glimpses of unguarded moments and ruffled feathers.

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A Night With FunkFlex, New York Rap Historian and Booster

What happens when various generations of rappers end up in the same room? The radio D.J. and local connector, craving…

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World

He’s a Paralympian, a Surgeon and Now the First Disabled Astronaut

LONDON — John McFall is no stranger to a challenge. An avid sprinter in his youth, he had to learn…

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Travel

Justice Dept. Seeking to Question Pence in Jan. 6 Investigation

The Justice Department is seeking to question former Vice President Mike Pence as a witness in connection with its criminal…

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Arts

Bringing World-Class Art, and Wonder, to Mental Health Patients

LONDON — The artist Sutapa Biswas has works in the Tate collection and was the subject of two major retrospectives…

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