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    A reader feels hurt by a parent’s apathy over transgender rights.

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    A recent survey of architects reveals that clients are looking for ways to improve the time they spend at home.

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    Keep your back to the wind. Start and end with some kind of ritual. Scatter with intention.

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    It soothes me. Makes me more present, less anxious. And it just feels good.

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    Our columnist investigates whether there is any recourse for a canceled flight booked through STA Travel, which filed for bankruptcy in August.

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    This sandwich was pure comfort to the famous cookbook author.

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    Make Nicole Taylor’s recipe with spicy scallion cornmeal waffles.

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  3. PhotoThe dough is rolled into balls right away, as opposed to chilling it first, giving these chocolate chip cookies gentle domes in the center.
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    The British pastry chef Ravneet Gill ran countless tests to arrive at her version of the classic recipe.

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    If you are tired of drinking the same old thing, these bottles, from nine different countries, represent the wide range of great values now available.

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    Outdoor seating and dropping temperatures have created a demand for warming cocktails at New York City bars.

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  1. PhotoThe Netflix series “The Haunting of Bly Manor” is the latest of many screen adaptations of “The Turn of the Screw.” Pictured, from left: Benjamin Evan Ainsworth, Victoria Pedretti, Rahul Kohli, Amelia Eve and Amelie Smith (backround).
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    New shows come to the streaming giant all the time — too many to ever watch them all. We’re here to help.

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    The Disney streaming platform has hundreds of movie and TV titles, drawing from its own deep reservoir classics and from Star Wars, Marvel and more. These are our favorites.

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  3. PhotoColin Farrell and Rachel Weisz in “The Lobster,” a film directed by Yorgos Lanthimos.
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    Movies upon movies await, and you don't even have to drill down to find them.

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  4. PhotoJack Nicholson as the head of Boston’s Irish mob in "The Departed," by Martin Scorsese.
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    New films, and classics, just keep coming, but you don’t have to drill down to find the finest selections to stream. We’ll do the heavy lifting. You press play.

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    We’ve handpicked the finest movies and television shows currently streaming on Hulu in the United States. Take a look.

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    Benchmark bottles were always a splurge. But an increasing concentration of wealth has put them out of reach for all but the richest connoisseurs.

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    Disposability is no longer chic. A new magazine joins a host of big brands in exploring the joys of upcycling.

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    The event, long a fixture at Madison Square Garden in Manhattan, will move to Lyndhurst, a riverside estate in Westchester County, in June to comply with pandemic restrictions.

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  4. PhotoVictoria Clark, in performance for “In Our America: A Concert for the Soul of the Nation,” an event organized for Broadway for Biden.
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    New York clubs beef up digital offerings, and two theater adaptations of “Night of the Living Dead” arrive in time for Halloween.

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    The Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s new digital map also includes updates on elevators and escalators that are out of service.

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  1. PhotopMalcolm X, speaking at a Harlem rally around 1962. “It is hard not to want Malcolm back, because his charisma is undeniable,” Michael P. Jeffries writes in his review of “The Dead Are Arising.” “His heroism grew from his courage, but also from his delight in his Blackness and his cause.”/p p/p
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    Thirty years in the making, “The Dead Are Arising,” by Les Payne and Tamara Payne, sharpens our understanding of the Black activist and thinker whose influence continues to reverberate.

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  2. PhotoFrom left, Richard Avedon, Carmel Snow and Marie-Louise Bousquet in Paris.
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    Philip Gefter’s new biography, “What Becomes a Legend Most,” argues for Avedon’s place as one of the 20th century’s most consequential artists.

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    Amis’s new book is a “novelized autobiography” in which he writes warmly and familiarly about Philip Larkin, Saul Bellow and Christopher Hitchens.

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    Recent releases include “The Midnight Bargain,” “The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue” and “Piranesi.”

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    Our usual routines are disrupted.

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    Art provides clarity.

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    Scent and memory are deeply connected.

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    When the rooms feel familiar, books open things up.

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    It’s one way of residing in a body.

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Football news:

Griezmann on Messi: I admire Leo, and he knows it. We have a great relationship
Rooney on the possibility of a move to Barca in the 2010/11 season: Thinking about it. Could fit in perfectly
Hooray, in England they will let the audience into the stands again! While up to 4 thousand and not everywhere, but the clubs are happy 😊
Solskjaer about the match with Istanbul: these are the Champions of Turkey, it will be difficult
Gasperini on the nomination for the best coach of the year award: If we beat Liverpool, maybe I'll get a few votes
Julian Nagelsmann: Leipzig want to give PSG that final feeling they are talking about
Tuchel Pro Champions League: Match with Leipzig - the final of our group