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Here’s a look at the upcoming cultural events in New York City that you need to know

From Gordon Lish at Yale in the 1970s to the Instagram influencer Caroline Calloway: the evolution of the writer's workshop

Something of a cross between the televangelist Pat Robertson and Rush Limbaugh, there is no more politically powerful — or divisive — cleric in Poland than the man referred to as “Father Director,” the Rev. Tadeusz Rydzyk

Bummed out by the world and their role in it, anxious tech workers are seeking help and going to therapy — and founding some start-ups along the way

In Opinion @cwarzel  writes, “The best thing you can do, especially if you have credit monitoring protections active, is make sure you find, open and respond to the Equifax email the settlement team sent out”

Roger Federer regularly invites promising young Swiss tennis players to train with him. “In a mentoring role,” he called it, “making sure they get the winner gene.”

“Nowhere has taught me as much about solitude and loneliness — the difference between them and how quickly those emotions can swing — as Orcas Island,” writes @sebmodak , our 52 Places Traveler

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What music do Americans love the most? We made a playlist for each neighborhood.

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Breaking News: The U.S. is holding a record 12,800 migrant children in detention, a fivefold increase from May 2017, data obtained by The Times shows

The “Queer Eye” star Jonathan Van Ness opens up to The New York Times about being an addict, a sexual abuse survivor and H.I.V. positive

During the Iraq War, U.S. troops found thousands of chemical weapons. The war's untold story:

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Here are some Netflix originals that are worth checking out

Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford Jr. was shot three times from behind, according to a forensic examination. He was directing panicked shoppers to safety when the police shot him, witnesses said.

President Trump’s actions so alarmed the FBI after James Comey’s firing that it began investigating if he was working on behalf of Russia

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