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In Granada, Spain, the Tapas Bar Scene Gets Fresh Life

Granada’s main attraction is undoubtedly the Alhambra, the stunning hilltop Moorish fortress that was home to the emirs who ruled the area in the 13th and 14th centuries. And while the majestic, ochre structure, a Unesco World Heritage site, is what mostly draws visitors here, there is perhaps no better way to unwind than to savor tapas gratis. Few travelers ...

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Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y.: A Magnet for the Eclectic

Croton continues to attract artists of all sorts, including the Tony-winning actress and singer Audra McDonald, with its natural beauty and small-town feel. Cynthia Lippolis, a broker with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices River Towns Real Estate and a 38-year village resident, described Croton as eclectic. “You don’t have cookie-cutter people here,” she said. Continue reading the main story What You’ll Find ...

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1892: Berlin’s Prefect of Police on the Socialist Movement

Photo Credit IHT Archives BERLIN — I learn that the appointment of Baron von Richthoffen, the Prefet of Police, or, as he is called here, the “Polizei-President,” to the post of Minister of the Interior is imminent. The Baron, who is much respected for his resolute and independent character, is strongly backed by the Conservatives. Only the other day I ...

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Giving the Behemoths a Leg Up on the Little Guy

Which brings us to net neutrality. The rule basically prevents broadband providers from offering preferential treatment to some content online — it blocks Comcast from giving, say, a speed boost to a streaming video company that can afford to pay over one that cannot. Continue reading the main story Amid many legal battles, neutrality rules in some form have governed ...

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Is the New Mr. Right an Immigrant Rom-Com Hero?

Mr. Nanjiani began work on a first draft and asked Ms. Gordon, a former therapist turned writer-producer, for notes and suggestions; before long, the two were writing the script together. “Right from the beginning, it was like, how do you make a movie about someone in a coma funny?” he said. Ms. Gordon added, “I didn’t want the joke to ...

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Hannah Bronfman: Beauty Hound – The New York Times

Photo Hannah Bronfman, the social media star, who is preparing for her wedding, says she is trying to meditate and de-stress. Credit Amy Lombard for The New York Times Hannah Bronfman, 29, is what you might call a millennial multihyphenate, D.J.’ing fashion parties at night, posing for Adidas and fueling her social media empire by day. (Her Instagram following numbers ...

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Specter of Doping Accompanies a Flashier Form of Cricket

“I would rate the risk of doping in cricket as high,” Ings added, “and the quality of the sport’s coordinated global antidoping efforts as poor.” Continue reading the main story The I.C.C., which governs the game worldwide, said it conducted 547 drug tests in 2016 — suggesting that a reasonable proportion of top male international cricketers were tested, although testing ...

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‘Vegetable Forward’ Chef Gets His Own Patch at Loring Place

There’s a long and busy bar to the right of the entrance where the drinks list offers you very well-made classic cocktails as well as innovations that taste like classics in the making. On the left are two dining areas: one that sits on a platform in the window, and another, bigger one off the kitchen. Designed by Cycle Architecture ...

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Malcolm Toon Made Waves as a Diplomat, but His Death Went Largely Unreported

Outside of local coverage, The Foreign Service Journal, published by the American Foreign Service Association, reported his death in its April 2009 edition, but its readers are largely diplomatic professionals. Continue reading the main story No national news organization carried his obituary. The New York Times, for one, was never informed of his death, either by the family or the ...

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