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Magazine

Sweet Treats That Are Also Mind Tricks

The long history of — and current appetite for — trompe l’oeil confections.

Magazine

The C.E.O.s Who Just Won’t Quit

In September 2013, in a darkened auditorium, Microsoft’s chief executive, Steve Ballmer, faced a roaring crowd of his employees. “You…

News

When Banks Fail, Why Do We Keep Bailing Out Uninsured Depositors?

Michael Ohlrogge has a theory about the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the agency that makes sure ordinary depositors don’t lose…

Science

Honeybees Invaded My House, and No One Would Help

Responding to fears of a “honeybee collapse,” 30 states have passed laws to protect the pollinators. But when they invaded…

News

‘Challengers’ Review: A Love Match

Zendaya, Josh O’Connor and Mike Faist play friends, lovers and foes on and off the tennis court in Luca Guadagnino’s…

News

Speaking Russian in America

In January 2022, I was planning a summer trip to Ukraine and Russia for my 4-year-old son and me. I…

News

Every Tech Tool in the Classroom Should Be Ruthlessly Evaluated

Educational technology in schools is sometimes described as a wicked problem — a term coined by a design and planning…

News

4 Documentaries That Explore How Families Cope With Dementia

In “Little Empty Boxes” and other films, the heartbreak of memory loss is intertwined with deeper cultural implications.

Magazine

The Poems That Taught Me How to Love

Lessons from the Chilean poet’s mind-bending verse.

News

Alain Delon at His Very Best: Ravishing, Yes, but Also Destabilizing

The French star is the subject of a series at Film Forum focusing on movies from the ’60s and ’70s,…

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