Alexy Lopez, a beneficiary of The Neediest Cases Fund, had to give up his job because of complications from multiple sclerosis. Dancing has helped lift his spirits.
More than half a century since China started pumping oil in its arrid west, tensions continue to rise over inequality and ethnicity in Karamay, which is now one of the countries wealthiest cities.
The Cuban government paid for Ana Rafaela Diaz Gomez s sex change, yet challenges still remain for same-sex couples on the island.
Melissa Clark soaks challah bread in heavy cream, rum and spices to make French toast.
At the Voice Charter School in Queens, students sing every day. It s part of a curriculum that combines arts education and choral singing.
Simon Norfolk, a British photographer, traveled to Africa to document the disappearance of Mount Kenya s glaciers, plotting previous boundaries with fire in long-exposure photographs.
ChumpCar racing requires no special training, just a cheap car, some safety equipment and a regular driver s license.
New York at holiday time is the greatest show in the world. Like London and Paris, it is a walking city, so a greater effort is made in dressing and decorating.
The artist Margaret Keane surprised the cast of Big Eyes and herself by showing up at the premiere of the new movie based on her stranger-than-fiction life.
A reader asks whether farmed fish is better than no fish.
On his late night show on Comedy Central, Stephen Colbert made fun of news, and he made news. New York Times journalists bid farewell to the blow-hard character he created.
Anne Dowling, a former member of the U.S. Ski Team, runs Ridge Street Wine in Breckenridge, Colo.
Sam Roberts of The New York Times heads to a construction site to sound test a new kind of jackhammer, which promises to be more quiet than traditional pneumatic models.
The New York Times film critics review Annie, Winter Sleep and Mr. Turner.
Christopher Nolan discusses a sequence from his film.
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