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Fall for Dance Review: Some Tap, a Pas de Deux and a Monastic Chorus

With its something-for-everyone ethos, the Fall for Dance festival, nearly 20 years old, continues to pack the house at New…

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Giving People Money Is a Great Way to Reduce Poverty

Among the big changes ushered in by the pandemic was a quiet revolution in American welfare policy. OK, “quiet revolution”…

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Business

How the New Climate Law Can Save You Thousands of Dollars

The Inflation Reduction Act signed into law by President Biden in August includes about $370 billion to fight climate change,…

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Business

Trying to Sell Your Old Peloton Bike? So Is Peloton.

When Steve Edwards Jr. bought a new Peloton bike in 2020, his life looked pretty different. He had just received…

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Business

Climate and Tax Bill to Rewrite Embattled Black Farmer Relief Program

WASHINGTON — A $4 billion program to help Black and other “socially disadvantaged” farmers that never got off the ground…

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How New York City Lost 63 Miles of Pedestrian-Friendly ‘Open Streets’

When city life was throttled by the pandemic, cars were removed from five blocks of 31st Avenue in Astoria, Queens,…

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‘Days of Our Lives,’ NBC Mainstay Since 1965, Moves to Peacock

After more than 57 years and 14,000 episodes, NBC is moving “Days of Our Lives,” one of the last remaining…

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