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    After Years of False Starts, Geffen Hall Is Being Rebuilt. Really.

    For years, the New York Philharmonic and Lincoln Center have struggled to do something about the orchestra’s lackluster concert hall. Plans came and went. Star architects signed on and signed off. The Philharmonic tried, disastrously, to return to its old home, Carnegie Hall. A $1.2 billion redevelopment gave Lincoln Center a sweeping makeover — but […]

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    The Best TV Shows of 2019

    ‘The 43’ (Netflix) In an economical 132 minutes, this two-part Mexican series — a model of the investigative true-crime documentary — details a case of horrifying loss and chilling indifference. Part 1 is a harrowing re-creation of the night in 2014 when 43 college students, on buses bound for a protest in Mexico City, disappeared […]

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    A Charming Swiss Home That Respects, and Reimagines, the Past

    With its old master paintings and Baroque antiques, one might imagine that the house isn’t welcoming, but the design has the opposite effect: The deep armchairs and down-filled sofas, worn rugs and large fireplaces make the home an inviting place to return after a day on the slopes. The property even has a skiraum — […]

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    The Week in Business: A Brexit Battering, and Mark Zuckerberg Plays Defense

    Need a break from impeachment season? Here’s a quick catch-up on what happened this week on the business and tech fronts, and the news to know heading into Monday. ImageCredit…Giacomo Bagnara What’s Up? (Oct. 13-19) Brexit Whiplash, Yet Again Prime Minister Boris Johnson finally managed to cobble together a new Brexit deal with the European […]

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    Should I Break Up With My Boyfriend?

    My boyfriend of four years is everything I want in a man — intelligent, kind and adventurous — and I would really like to get married. We’ve discussed it several times. He’s made it clear that he loves me, but is not interested in thinking about the future because the concept of his mortality terrifies […]

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