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Flaco Is Gone. For Some Fans, His Legacy Lives On in Ink.

A tattoo shop in Brooklyn offered original designs of the owl. Flaco admirers who got them said the bird was…

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Real Estate

Do You Wish You Lived in a Low-Tax State?

If paying taxes every year makes you think about moving, consider the state and local tax burden, which varies from…

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News

There’s a Bright Spot in New York Theater. It’s Not Where You Think.

Commercial Off Broadway, a long-dormant sector of the city’s theater economy, is having a banner season. But can it last?

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Business

Driven by China, Coal Plants Made a Comeback in 2023

The country, along with India, is still building power stations that run on coal. Elsewhere, retirements of older plants have…

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Hong Kong Detains and Expels Journalism Advocate, Group Says

A representative of Reporters Without Borders was attempting to monitor the national security trial of a media tycoon, Jimmy Lai.

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New York Is Winding Down Contract With Migrant Services Operator

DocGo, which has a $432 million contract with the city, faced allegations of providing migrants with false papers, wasting food…

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Seriously, Now Is the Time to Stop Kissing Sick Birds

A citizen-science collaboration in New York has turned up a half-dozen birds infected with the avian flu virus.

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Business

L.A. Times Names Terry Tang as Executive Editor

Ms. Tang, who had been running the news organization on an interim basis since January, takes charge at a turbulent…

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News

How Thin Air and Summer Snow Can Heal the Soul

Last July, a recently divorced writer who had found solace in hiking took on a towering challenge: Mount Whitney, the…

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Leonardo DiCaprio, Tracee Ellis Ross and Gayle King Hit New York Art Parties

Outside the Staten Island Ferry terminal in Lower Manhattan on Wednesday night, the wind was howling as broken umbrellas blew…

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