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Exploring ‘The Land of Morning Calm’

Before South Korea became globally known for its beauty products, kimchi and pop groups, it was known as the Land…

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The Multiplying Horror of Ti West

There’s something unusual about Ti West’s latest film, “Pearl,” now in theaters. The movie is a 1918-set prequel to “X,”…

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Sports

Impact of Helmet Shortage Felt on High School Football Fields

CLEVELAND — Glen Wright, a whisper of a receiver and safety at Collinwood High School, arrived for last week’s game…

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Sports

M.L.B. Will Voluntarily Recognize Minor League Union

Major League Baseball will voluntarily recognize the M.L.B. Players Association as the formal union representative of minor league players ...

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Real Estate

Sarah Steele, of ‘The Good Fight,’ on Finding Love in Brooklyn

During her 20s, like countless other New Yorkers in that age group, Sarah Steele “bopped around apartments that mostly, you…

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Real Estate

Seeing Double? So Do Great Artists.

At the very start of “The Double: Identity and Difference in Art Since 1900,” a brilliant new show at the…

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Sports

Cardinals Minor Leaguer Hits a Cycle of Home Runs

The concept of a cycle is familiar to most fans, even if the event is not particularly common: A player…

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Sports

The Mets Make Their Case as New York’s Best Team

With talk earlier this year about this possibly being the best New York baseball season ever, it had seemed clear…

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News

Raymond Briggs, Illustrator of ‘The Snowman,’ Dies at 88

Raymond Briggs, the children’s author whose cheekyillustrations dignified workaday British life and an audacious breadth of emotions, most ...

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In a House Race With Big Names, 2 Women With Local Ties Rise

Two months ago, the megawatt contest for a rare open House seat in New York City seemed destined to be…

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