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Novak Djokovic Comes Full Circle at the Australian Open

Deported a year ago and unable to play in 2022’s first Grand Slam tournament, Djokovic deeply felt this major title,…

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Arts

Easy Does It: Bringing Old-School Wisdom to City Ballet

Kyra Nichols, a former principal, returns to the company for the first time since her 2007 retirement to coach ballets…

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World

How an ‘Avatar’ Villain Spends His Sundays

Stephen Lang is perhaps best known for playing the nefarious, strong and lithe Colonel Miles Quaritch in “Avatar.” But if…

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Tonya Ingram Feared the Organ Donation System Would Kill Her. It Did.

It’s 2019, and the 27-year-old poet and mental health activist Tonya Ingram is looking for a kidney on Instagram. Her…

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Russia says it will switch four occupied Ukrainian regions to Moscow time.

Russia will switch four occupied areas of Ukraine to Moscow’s time zone, it said Friday, a shift that carries symbolic…

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Your Friday Briefing

A barrage of Russian missiles across Ukraine.

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Travel

In North America’s Snowiest Place, Residents Dig Out as Tourists Flow In

Mammoth Lakes in the Eastern Sierra has gotten 500 inches of snow so far this season.

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Arts

For a Pioneering Artist, the Joy of Having Done the Work His Way

If you keep a musician friend for over 50 years, as the experimental director Ping Chong has done with Meredith…

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Health

XOXO, Whitney Peak

Seven Photos XOXO, Whitney Peak The “Gossip Girl” star and Chanel ambassador keeps her friends close. By Callie Holtermann Over…

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World

It Took Nearly 30 Years. Is America Ready for Ben Okri Now?

The acclaimed Nigerian British writer is resonating with American readers in a moment of national crisis. “Maybe nations go through…

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