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NFL Playoffs: What We Learned From the Wild Card Weekend

NFL Playoffs: What We Learned From the Wild Card Weekend

NFL Playoffs: What We Learned From the Wild Card Weekend NFL Playoffs: What We Learned From the Wild Card Weekend It was a supersize wild-card weekend, with the N.F.L.’s expanded playoff format requiring six games, rather than four, in the first two days of the postseason. There were no surprises in the results of the first five games, but Sunday …

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‘Be There. Will Be Wild!’: Trump All but Circled the Date

‘Be There. Will Be Wild!’: Trump All but Circled the Date

‘Be There. Will Be Wild!’: Trump All but Circled the Date ‘Be There. Will Be Wild!’: Trump All but Circled the Date For weeks, President Trump and his supporters had been proclaiming Jan. 6, 2021, as a day of reckoning. A day to gather in Washington to “save America” and “stop the steal” of the election he had decisively lost, …

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Reviewing a Wild Year in Art With the ‘Culture Gabfest’

Reviewing a Wild Year in Art With the ‘Culture Gabfest’

Reviewing a Wild Year in Art With the ‘Culture Gabfest’ Reviewing a Wild Year in Art With the ‘Culture Gabfest’ STEVENS Doing a lot of this stuff does feel like homework to us, even if it might be interesting or fun homework. Since we’ve been stuck at home, I find myself less likely to want to stuff something new into …

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‘Bananas’: Wild Mountain Thyme features baffling ending twist

‘Bananas’: Wild Mountain Thyme features baffling ending twist

‘Bananas’: Wild Mountain Thyme features baffling ending twist ‘Bananas’: Wild Mountain Thyme features baffling ending twist The premise of the romantic comedy from writer-director John Patrick Shanley is as follows: Anthony (Dornan) and Rosemary (Blunt) have grown up on neighbouring farms. Rosemary is in love with Anthony and doesn’t understand why he doesn’t seem to return her feelings. That all …

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A Wild, Caustic Satire Packed With the Absurd

A Wild, Caustic Satire Packed With the Absurd

A Wild, Caustic Satire Packed With the Absurd A Wild, Caustic Satire Packed With the Absurd If you read “Finnegans Wake” for the off-color puns; if you take to Flann O’Brien’s satirical novels as happily as a pup going for a morning walk; if, like Aunt Ada Doom in Stella Gibbons’s “Cold Comfort Farm,” you suspect you saw something nasty …

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To Scare Off Wild Bears, Japanese City Calls In the ‘Monster Wolf’

To Scare Off Wild Bears, Japanese City Calls In the ‘Monster Wolf’

To Scare Off Wild Bears, Japanese City Calls In the ‘Monster Wolf’ To Scare Off Wild Bears, Japanese City Calls In the ‘Monster Wolf’ The wild bears were becoming more than a nuisance, lumbering into a small Japanese city on the northern island of Hokkaido in search of food and increasing the risk of deadly encounters with humans. As bear …

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The Trump Presidency Is Ending. So Is Maggie Haberman’s Wild Ride.

The Trump Presidency Is Ending. So Is Maggie Haberman’s Wild Ride.

The Trump Presidency Is Ending. So Is Maggie Haberman’s Wild Ride. The Trump Presidency Is Ending. So Is Maggie Haberman’s Wild Ride. Maggie Haberman lives rent-free in Donald Trump’s head, all over the front page of The New York Times and also in a brick house in an unglamorous Brooklyn neighborhood out beyond the Citi Bikes and stately brownstones. On …

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Gamblers Outside the U.S. Take Presidential Odds on a Wild Ride

Gamblers Outside the U.S. Take Presidential Odds on a Wild Ride

Gamblers Outside the U.S. Take Presidential Odds on a Wild Ride Gamblers Outside the U.S. Take Presidential Odds on a Wild Ride While voters throughout the country were glued to their TVs and reflexively refreshing news and political sites on Tuesday night, a few of the cannier ones were paying more attention to something else. The betting odds. You cannot …

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Africa to Celebrate the End of Wild Poliovirus (but Not the End of Polio)

Africa to Celebrate the End of Wild Poliovirus (but Not the End of Polio)

Africa to Celebrate the End of Wild Poliovirus (but Not the End of Polio) Africa to Celebrate the End of Wild Poliovirus (but Not the End of Polio) But say some children did not get the message that day, or their parents distrusted the vaccine and kept them home, or the vaccinators had to leave early. If any stool from …

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Water, Sand and Plenty of Elbow Room on 8 Wild, Protected Coastlines

Water, Sand and Plenty of Elbow Room on 8 Wild, Protected Coastlines

Water, Sand and Plenty of Elbow Room on 8 Wild, Protected Coastlines Water, Sand and Plenty of Elbow Room on 8 Wild, Protected Coastlines The grandmother of American conservation, Mardy Murie, once called the national parks our “best idea.” And this year, with foreign travel all but canceled, some of these celebrated domestic destinations have reached new heights of jam-packed …

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