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UNESCO Mosul Competition Design Prompts Outcry

MOSUL, Iraq — The palm trees were the last straw. In a UNESCO competition to restore Mosul’s most famous landmarks, there they were, in the…

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Book Review: ‘How the Word Is Passed,’ by Clint Smith

HOW THE WORD IS PASSEDA Reckoning With the History of Slavery Across AmericaBy Clint Smith Where are we, exactly, in the great American slavery reckoning?…

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Immerse Yourself in Indigenous Culture

Cultural attractions like theaters and museums took a hit during the pandemic. But for those interested in heritage tourism or Indigenous culture in the United…

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Old Buildings, New Views

While New York City’s skyline is ever changing, some recent construction and additions to historic buildings across the city have revealed some formerly hidden, but…

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A Candidate for N.Y.C. Mayor Is Accused of Sexual Assault

Weather: Occasional showers, with afternoon thunderstorms. High in the mid-70s. Alternate-side parking: Suspended today for Orthodox Holy Thursday and tomorrow for Orthodox Holy Friday. Scott…

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Fleeing a Modern War, Syrians Seek Refuge in Ancient Ruins

So many people have fled to Syria’s crowded northwest that families have settled in important archaeological sites. “We, too, have become ruins.” AL-KFEIR, Syria —…

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