Greenpoint, Brooklyn, Is the Place to Go for Inventive Pastries and Fresh Bread

Plus: a vase designed by Alice Waters, sculptures made from recycled CDs and more recommendations from T Magazine.


‘Illinoise,’ a Sufjan Stevens Dance Musical, Is Moving to Broadway

The production will make its transfer unusually fast, with an opening set for April 24, just 29 days after it…


In Latest A.I. War Escalation, Elon Musk Releases Chatbot Code

Mr. Musk’s move to open up the code behind Grok is the latest volley in a war to win the…


China’s Big Political Show Is Back to Normal. Sort of.

The annual meeting of China’s legislature looked, on its surface, like a return to the prepandemic days. But much has…


The Big Questions Raised by Elon Musk’s Lawsuit Against OpenAI

Legal experts say the case against the start-up and its chief executive, Sam Altman, is unusual .


$4.5 Million Homes in California

A Tudor Revival cottage in Carmel, an equestrian compound in the San Fernando Valley once owned by Patrick Swayze and…


Chick-fil-A’s Closed-on-Sunday Policy Prompts a Highway Rest Stop Revolt

New York’s overhaul of its busy Thruway stops includes several Chick-fil-A restaurants. But lawmakers appear to be too late to…


Hamburger America, From a Burger Documentarian, Opens in the Village

Partridge brings holiday cheer to the Standard, East Village, bars pop up for the holiday and more restaurant news.


N.Y. Cannabis Board Settles Suits, Paving Way for Dispensaries to Open

Regulators agreed to a settlement that would save 436 retailers from losing their licenses.


The de Young Open Dazzles

San Francisco’s flagship art museum is displaying hundreds of works by Bay Area artists through Jan. 7.

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