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In a Gray City, Some See a Blank Canvas  The 52 Places Traveler takes the midnight train to Aberdeen and finds an underappreciated city that’s quietly exploding with creativity.
Rupert Murdoch and Roger Ailes Gave Us Fox. These Shows Try to Make Sense of It All.  “The Loudest Voice,” “Ink” and “Succession” map out the influential world the two men created.
Facebook Plans Global Financial System Based on Cryptocurrency  Despite skepticism and concern about Facebook’s reach, the company envisions an alternative financial system based on a new cryptocurrency called Libra.
How Libra Would Work for You  We break down the new Facebook-backed cryptocurrency and what the company hopes you will be able to do with it, even though it hasn’t quite arrived.
Terrorism on the High Seas  Julie Salamon’s “An Innocent Bystander: The Killing of Leon Klinghoffer” recounts an episode that introduced Americans to terrorism long before 9/11.
2 Giant Buddhas Survived 1,500 Years. Fragments, Graffiti and a Hologram Remain.  Visitors may end up finishing the job that the Taliban started. A crawl through the honeycombed caves around the destroyed Buddhas is sobering.
Businesses Plead to Stop More China Tariffs. They Expect to Be Ignored.  Companies say more tariffs would hurt businesses and consumers, but many have become resigned to the idea that president will do what he wants.
Nicholas Sparks Apologizes for Anti-Gay Comments in 2013 Emails  Mr. Sparks apologized for comments he made in emails released as part of a lawsuit that claims he spread a rumor an ex-employee had Alzheimer’s.
The Jonas Brothers Have a No. 1 Album for the First Time in a Decade  The group’s reunion album “Happiness Begins” opened big with help from a ticket bundle.
What Businesses Claim Will Hurt Them (and You) if New Trump Tariffs Take Effect  More than 300 people plan to testify in Washington about the impact on companies, workers and the American consumer.
J.J. Abrams Said to Be Near $500 Million Deal With WarnerMedia  WarnerMedia will get a first look at projects developed by the media company run by Mr. Abrams and his wife, which made hits like “Star Trek Beyond.”
Latinx Artists Explain Their Process  These creative thinkers are incorporating family history and cultural heritage into their work.
The U.S. Has Its Eye on Big Tech. Will Criminal Inquiries Result?  Could Facebook, Google or Apple be considered monopolies? Increased government oversight of the technology giants could consider that possibility.
Sports Illustrated Has a New Publisher, Digital Company TheMaven  The deal ends Sports Illustrated’s ties to its former owner, Meredith, a few weeks after the Authentic Brands Group bought the magazine’s intellectual property.
Review: A One-Act Marathon Anchored by the Armageddon  Plays in this Ensemble Studio Theater series include stories of the Second Coming told seven ways and two women in search of a hot duck.
Franco Zeffirelli Made Subtle, Striking Opera. Until He Exploded.  The director, an unabashed emperor of extravagance, forgot what he once knew: Opera can be deep drama.
Comics That Capture the City in All Its Human and Physical Messiness  In her Graphic Content column, Hillary Chute looks at new works from Mark Alan Stamaty and Jaime Hernandez that each grapple with urban existence.
A Literary Detective Returns to Find Trouble in the Country Club Set  Human trafficking lies somewhere beneath the polite socializing in Kate Atkinson’s latest Jackson Brodie mystery, “Big Sky.”
The Boutique Fitness Boom  Can $40 exercise classes save the attenuated American mall?
Virtual Brand Promoters Are So Lifelike, You Just Might Believe What You See  From Calvin Klein to KFC, the rise of the computer-generated influencer on social media.
The Baltimore Symphony, Seeking Cuts, Locks Out Its Musicians  The orchestra wants to give its musicians fewer weeks of work. The players say that will affect quality.
Alan Brinkley, Leading Historian of 20th-Century America, Dies at 70  Professor Brinkley, a National Book Award winner, explored the seminal political events of the last century, including the Depression and World War II.
Taylor Swift and Katy Perry Reconcile, and 10 More New Songs in the Playlist  Hear tracks by Madonna, Sturgill Simpson, Vagabon and others.
The Trade War is Taking Money From Your Wallet, and Returning Some, Too  The Trump administration’s taxes made that washing machine cost more, but gas is cheaper because the markets are jittery about the trade war.
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