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At Amácita, Tex-Mex Deftly Adapts to Los Angeles The chef Josef Centeno illuminates the joys of a complex and often maligned cuisine at his Culver City restaurant.

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Sisters, Brothers, Travel, Fun Sometimes it takes a long-haul flight and a 12-hour time difference to bond with the person with whom you once shared a bunk bed — or tattled on.

Kate Braverman, Who Wrote of Women on the Margins, Dies at 70 Her novels, short stories and poetry were dense with lush and spellbinding imagery. As a teacher, one former student said, “She lived and died by the word.”

Trump 'fully prepared' to use military force against Turkey in Syria Donald Trump is "fully prepared" to use military force if "needed" against Turkey after Ankara launched an offensive against America's allies in Syria.

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Nicolas Ghesquière, Poster Boy for Fashion-Against-Trump LVMH’s splashy ribbon cutting with the president spurs an angry Instagram post — by one of the company’s own stars.

Helen Mirren Plays Catherine II in the Years That Made Her ‘the Great’ In HBO’s “Catherine the Great,” Mirren portrays the 18th-century Russian empress at the height of her powers.

As Canadians Vote, a Sigh of Relief One of the most acrimonious — and tightest — elections in Canadian history is drawing to a close.

‘The Doors Remained Open as a Man’s Voice Came Over the Speaker’ Confusion over where the F will stop next, going to the game and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.

Matthew Wong, Painter on Cusp of Fame, Dies at 35 Mr. Wong, who had Tourette’s syndrome and depression, drew wide acclaim for his first solo show in New York just last year.

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