Food

Who Controls Panettone? The Gold Rush Is On

Who Controls Panettone? The Gold Rush Is On

Who owns panettone? In the last decade, the Christmas classic has burst its Italian borders and gained a global profile.…
Going Whole Hog for a Noche Buena Tradition

Going Whole Hog for a Noche Buena Tradition

The Monday morning after Thanksgiving, Rogelio Sierra, who goes by Roy, sat at a wooden desk at the front of…
Review: ‘The Magic Flute’ Directs Its Whimsy Toward the Younger Set

Review: ‘The Magic Flute’ Directs Its Whimsy Toward the Younger Set

Julie Taymor’s version of Mozart’s opera, a fairy tale of puppets and plexiglass, achieves its finest form in the Met’s…
‘Des Moines’ Review: Drowning in the Drink

‘Des Moines’ Review: Drowning in the Drink

A new production of Denis Johnson’s final play showcases many of his signatures: deadpan absurdism, misfit characters, heavy drinking and…
What ‘Harry & Meghan’ Still Doesn’t Say About Race

What ‘Harry & Meghan’ Still Doesn’t Say About Race

Meghan Markle could have been a symbolic ambassador for the monarchy, particularly for people of color. But what would that…
The Dance Laboratory of an Existential Fidgeter

The Dance Laboratory of an Existential Fidgeter

In “Remains Persist,” the choreographer Moriah Evans oversees a four-hour experiment that proposes a new way of looking at dance.
New York State Finds the City’s Foie Gras Ban Violates Farmers’ Rights

New York State Finds the City’s Foie Gras Ban Violates Farmers’ Rights

A ruling by the state Department of Agriculture and Markets may stop the city from implementing a law that prohibits…
A Biracial Family Risks Persecution in 1920s Cape Town

A Biracial Family Risks Persecution in 1920s Cape Town

Resoketswe Manenzhe’s debut novel, “Scatterlings,” witnesses the dissolution of a young family in the wake of South Africa’s Immorality Act,…
9 New Books We Recommend This Week

9 New Books We Recommend This Week

Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.
On the Arab Christmas Table, Kubbeh and Warak Dawali Are Nonnegotiable

On the Arab Christmas Table, Kubbeh and Warak Dawali Are Nonnegotiable

For members of the Arab diaspora, the meat- and bulgur-based dish, and delicate stuffed grape leaves, are what make the…
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