Was

Food

Restaurant Review: The Loveliness of a Lunch Counter With No Fancy Ideas

S & P Lunch sits in the space long occupied by Eisenberg’s Sandwich Shop, and shares its quirky, deadpan spirit.

Read More »
Sports

His name is Gonçalo Ramos. The spotlight is now his.

LUSAIL, Qatar — By the fourth goal, even Cristiano Ronaldo, standing and clapping in front of the Portugal bench, could…

Read More »
Health

F.D.A. Report Faults Agency’s Food Unit for Leaderless Dysfunction

Spurred by the infant formula crisis, a panel found that the agency shied away from tough decisions, sometimes fearing confrontations…

Read More »
World

A Key Piece of New York City’s Covid Response Is Closing as Cases Rise

The city’s Pandemic Response Lab, which provided mass testing, is shutting down due in part to the prevalence of at-home…

Read More »
Sports

Spain, fond of passing, bows out meekly when forced to shoot.

AL RAYYAN, Qatar — The noise had been building, rising from raucous to deafening and beyond, until it became something…

Read More »
World

She Tried to Resist and Found Herself Alone

It was a big deal that Reality Winner’s probation officer let her travel from Texas to her sister’s house in…

Read More »
World

Don Luce, Activist Who Helped End the Vietnam War, Dies at 88

His relentless campaign against the war and his exposure of South Vietnam’s “tiger cages” were instrumental in turning the American…

Read More »
Arts

In ‘Willow,’ Warwick Davis Revives the ‘Role That Gave Me Everything’

The 1988 film “Willow” turned Davis into a “proper actor,” he said, and changed his life. A new series on…

Read More »
Sports

A Beer Run in Qatar, and an Oasis That Isn’t Open to All

At the only government-sanctioned store selling alcohol during the World Cup, strict rules keep it out of reach for most…

Read More »
Politics

How the 1% Runs an Ironman

Listen to This Article Audio Recording by AudmTo hear more audio stories from publications like The New York Times, download…

Read More »
Back to top button