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Matt Gaffney’s latest puzzle.
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Working from home, no matter the home.
A Lower East Side tailor goes public.
Ogles the Obamas at the Brooklyn Museum.
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Iris is an unexpected and welcome oasis in midtown.
Thoreauvian burgers in the East Village.
Jessica Chastain and Liv Ullmann want different Scenes From a Marriage.
The novelist’s latest lobbies for an all-inclusive normal.
A gull’s-eye view of a beach opera.
Maggie Nelson’s accidental duplicity.
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The Card Counter is an off-kilter indulgence.
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