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400 Days Later, the New York Philharmonic Returns

400 Days Later, the New York Philharmonic Returns

400 Days Later, the New York Philharmonic Returns 400 Days Later, the New York Philharmonic Returns The middle section of Sibelius’s “Rakastava” is a quiet, glassy dance of joy. It’s not untroubled. There’s dissonance; the celebration is muted, reticent, almost secretive. It lasts two minutes or so, then vanishes into the night air before you know it. But it’s joyful, …

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Serious and Rare – The New York Times

Serious and Rare - The New York Times

Serious and Rare – The New York Times Serious and Rare – The New York Times The apparent problem with Johnson & Johnson’s Covid-19 vaccine is both serious and rare, which makes it a thorny issue for policymakers to address and for the rest of us to think through. Six U.S. women between 18 and 48 developed blood clots within …

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Trump claims New York tax law no longer applies to him because he’s not president

Trump claims New York tax law no longer applies to him because he’s not president

Trump claims New York tax law no longer applies to him because he’s not president Trump claims New York tax law no longer applies to him because he’s not president Donald Trump, in another attempt to block his tax returns, has now said that the New York tax law no longer applies to him because he is no more the …

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Graduation ceremonies will be allowed in New York this spring, with restrictions.

Graduation ceremonies will be allowed in New York this spring, with restrictions.

Graduation ceremonies will be allowed in New York this spring, with restrictions. Graduation ceremonies will be allowed in New York this spring, with restrictions. Schools and colleges across New York State will be allowed to hold graduation ceremonies for students this spring, with restrictions depending on type of venue or its capacity, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said on Monday. Outdoor …

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This Is Cringe – The New York Times

This Is Cringe - The New York Times

This Is Cringe – The New York Times This Is Cringe – The New York Times Well, that was awkward. A few weeks ago, a relationship guru named Derrick Jaxn attracted millions of views with an Instagram video — now deleted — detailing numerous relationships with women other than his wife. “All of it,” he said in the video, “falls …

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Social Media Etiquette Review – The New York Times

Social Media Etiquette Review - The New York Times

Social Media Etiquette Review – The New York Times Social Media Etiquette Review – The New York Times Additionally, remember that any message you share, even with close family members, will be amplified to your entire online community. (The tension may also be amplified around vaccines, health measures and the stress of a not-normal year.) If you are replying to …

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Martina Batan, New York Art Dealer Consumed by a Cold Case, Dies at 62

Martina Batan, New York Art Dealer Consumed by a Cold Case, Dies at 62

Martina Batan, New York Art Dealer Consumed by a Cold Case, Dies at 62 Martina Batan, New York Art Dealer Consumed by a Cold Case, Dies at 62 Finding answers to the unsolved murder of her 14-year-old brother became a lifelong quest, ultimately chronicled in a documentary film. Source link

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Prince Philip, Style Icon – The New York Times

Prince Philip, Style Icon - The New York Times

Prince Philip, Style Icon – The New York Times Prince Philip, Style Icon – The New York Times There is a moment in the first season of “The Crown” when the actor Matt Smith, as the perennially tetchy consort of Queen Elizabeth II, bristles at the constraints of his job. With a case of lockjaw severe enough to cause concern …

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The New Taiwan Tensions – The New York Times

The New Taiwan Tensions - The New York Times

The New Taiwan Tensions – The New York Times The New Taiwan Tensions – The New York Times When Henry Kissinger secretly traveled to Beijing in 1971 to negotiate the re-establishment of diplomatic ties between the U.S. and China, he came bearing multiple requests — about the Vietnam War, nuclear arms, the Soviet Union and more. Kissinger’s Chinese counterpart, Zhou …

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What Are Neopronouns? – The New York Times

What Are Neopronouns? - The New York Times

What Are Neopronouns? – The New York Times What Are Neopronouns? – The New York Times A personal pronoun is a form of speech that stands in for a person or group of people. She is having opinions online; they are fighting in the comments; and, of course, as in the Prince song made famous by Sinead O’Connor, “Nothing Compares …

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