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Matt Gaffney’s latest puzzle.
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Two designers revise a historic Hudson Valley home.
Ci Siamo’s wood-fired Italian cooking overcomes its generic new-development setting.
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Breads Bakery’s black-and-white cookies tastes as good as it looks.
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Deconstructing Station Eleven’s lush apocalypse.
Stephen Sondheim, remembered.
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The Met’s Eurydice finds fun in a hopeless place.
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