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At the Bauhaus, Music Was More Than a Hobby  The influential design school never had a proper music department. But musical thinking permeated the lives of its students and faculty.
A Film Career Built on Videotape (Sex and Lies, Too)  On the 30th anniversary of “Sex, Lies and Videotape,” a look back at Steven Soderbergh’s first feature and how it changed the independent film landscape.
Alibaba Postpones Hong Kong Listing as Protests Roil Markets  The Chinese e-commerce giant delayed plans to sell potentially billions of dollars worth of shares in the market, which has fallen as tensions have worsened.
Economic Anxiety Among Voters Is a Sign of Vulnerability for Trump  Polling suggests that worries about the health of the economic expansion cross party lines.
Cathleen Schine Writes Fiction. But She Prefers Not to Read It at Work.  The author of “The Grammarians” and other novels favors nonfiction when she’s writing: “I try not to read contemporary fiction, which is often so good...
Many Are Abandoning Facebook. These People Have the Opposite Problem.  Kicked off the platform, some users are trying — really, really hard — to find a human employee to let them back on.
Economic Antidote for a Shrinking America: Immigrants  Restaurants, farms and other employers say they need more foreign workers. And economic growth may depend on it, given lower birthrates.
The Paris Drag Scene Is a Tale of Two Cities  There is a cross-dressing show for everyone in the city, from traditional cabarets to RuPaul-inspired productions.
Alice Walker Defends George Washington Murals  “Why try to hide the reality of our history?” she said of the objectionable images that confronted San Francisco students every day.
Cases of Vaping-Related Illnesses Rise to 153 in 16 States  The C.D.C. said serious respiratory problems were reported in the past two months, though it remained unclear whether vaping nicotine or THC, the high-inducing...
Retailers Carry Stocks Higher,Showing Consumer Resilience  Shares of Target and Lowe’s surged after strong earnings results, the latest companies to surpass the downbeat expectations of analysts.
A Popeyes Chicken Sandwich and a Tactic to Set Off a Twitter Roar  “Look at how much attention they’re getting — it’s impressive,” the executive editor of a trade magazine said.
Job Growth Was Weaker Than Believed, Government Says  The Labor Department revised sharply downward its estimate of recent job growth, the latest sign of a cooling economy.
Did the Avengers Just Lose Spider-Man? Fans Reel at Sony-Disney Split  After months of negotiations, the two companies could not reach a deal for further cooperation over the comic book character. This could affect the future...
How to Turn an iPhone Into a Work-Only Tool  To prevent distractions, Conor Dougherty, an economics writer, dumped social media and anything fun — even his browser — from his smartphone.
Fed Was Divided About Interest Rate Cut  Fed officials were split in their decision over whether to cut rates and by how much.
Why Markets Are Not Panicking About Italy (Yet)  Uncertainty is a familiar part of Italian politics, and investors are already looking at what a new government could bring.
How to Draw Yourself Out of a Creative Funk  Malaka Gharib, the author of the coming-of-age graphic memoir “I Was Their American Dream,” shares her tips.
Shareholder Value Is No Longer Everything, Top C.E.O.s Say  Chief executives from the Business Roundtable, including the leaders of Apple and JPMorgan Chase, argued that companies must also invest in employees and deliver value ...
2 Prominent Academics to Cut Ties to M.I.T. Media Lab Over Epstein Link  The academics, Ethan Zuckerman and J. Nathan Matias, said they were protesting the institute’s connection to the financier, who was facing sex-crime...
New Scorsese Mob Epic Has Netflix and Theaters at Odds  Will “The Irishman,” which stars Robert De Niro, come to a theater near you? After months of talks, there is still no resolution.
Elizabeth Warren Wants Wells Fargo to Explain Fees on Closed Accounts  The senator from Massachusetts wrote to the bank, asking for information on its account closure practices and overdraft fees as described in a New York...
New York Galleries: What to See Right Now  Ceramic sculptures; warped photographs; floral still lifes; treasures in a trash collection; and swoops of acrylic indigo.
Is My Millennial Co-Worker a Narcissist, or Am I a Jealous Jerk?  What looks like shameless brand-building is, in fact, a necessary part of surviving in a precarious job market.
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