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Immigrants in Maine Are Filling a Labor Gap. It May Be a Prelude for the U.S.

Maine has a lot of lobsters. It also has a lot of older people, ones who are less and less…

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The Quiet Magic of Middle Managers

Nobody writes poems about middle managers. Nobody gets too romantic about the person who runs a department at a company,…

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Ellen Gallagher’s Futuristic Archives

The artist discusses marine life and African American myth from her studio in the Netherlands.

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Hawaii Locals Recommend Their Favorite Shave Ice Shops

In Hawaii, shops that serve shave ice, domes of pillowy-soft ice slivers doused in colorful syrups, vie for ubiquity with…

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When Your Boss Is Your Landlord

A Brooklyn hospital is trying to evict employees and retirees from staff housing, as it struggles financially, but tenants fear…

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The Perilous Existence of a Hamptons Day Laborer

Early in the evening of Dec. 30, Julio Florencio Teo Gomez, a carpenter from Guatemala City who had shifted around…

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Amid Tragedy, Anguished Pleas for Gaza

More from our inbox: New York’s Mental Health Shelters: A Commissioner’s ViewDon’t Miss the EclipseTrump and the BibleCredit...Mohammed Abed/Agence France-Presse…

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Workers Sue Over Law Allowing Smoking in Atlantic City Casinos

The New Jersey casinos are the last large refuge for smokers in the Northeast, but some employees say their health…

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Maryse Condé, ‘Grande Dame’ of Francophone Literature, Dies at 90

She explored the history and culture of Africa, the West Indies and Europe in work that made her a perennial…

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An Italian Maker Crafts Umbrellas With Personality

For many, an umbrella may seem a pedestrian, often disposable object. Not so for the umbrella maker Carlo Suino, 60,…

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