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LANDON NORDEMAN FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES
A Rare View of the Met Gala
For most of us, fashion’s party of the year ends with the red carpet. But our reporter got a look inside.
NINA WESTERVELT FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES
Lady Gaga’s Many Met Gala Dresses on the 2019 Red Carpet
One look simply was not enough for Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta.
RESTAURANT REVIEW
Pasteles and Two Kinds of Fried Chicken at the Freakin Rican
After trying out his act on the street-fair circuit, a Puerto Rican chef settles down in Queens.
KRISTA SCHLUETER FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES
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Katy Perry Comes With Extra Cheese
Inside the Met Gala after-parties held by Gucci, Moschino and the Top of the Standard.
ON LOCATION
In Oklahoma, a ‘Vastly Different’ Kind of House
The neighbors in Tulsa may think it looks like a modernist museum, but that suits one art collector just fine.
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Leonia, N.J.: A Suburb of Artists, in Easy Reach of Manhattan
Known for its creative community, the Bergen County borough is said to have “more oboists per capita” than anywhere else. But look out for the traffic.
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Does This Dress Make Me Look Guilty?
This week Anna Sorokin, Elizabeth Holmes and Cardi B all provided a visual brief on how to use clothes to communicate in court.
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AN RONG XU FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES
Just Like Home: Freshly Folded Dumplings in Brooklyn
At Mama’s Noodle House in Bensonhurst, the line between kitchen and dining room isn’t always clear.

ADAM DEAN FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES
Photos From Sri Lanka: Grappling With Tragedy
Images from the devastation of the Easter Sunday bombings show glimpses of how the country is mourning.
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The Story of Modern Art and Design, Housed in a Suburban Detroit Basement
The storage facility of the Cranbrook Academy of Art, in the unlikely enclave of Bloomfield Hills, Mich., is a treasure trove of iconic objects.
THE WORLD THROUGH A LENS
Touring Alaska in an R.V.
For a photographer based in Juneau, two Alaskan roads — the Glenn Highway and the Richardson Highway — formed the backbone of a stunning late-spring road trip.
THE WORLD THROUGH A LENS
Exploring Greece’s Unseen Corners
For several years, a photographer has documented local Greek customs and attire, turning his lens toward his country’s vibrant traditional culture.
THE WORLD THROUGH A LENS
Living on the Margins, ‘Surfing’ on the Buses
In the Brazilian city of Olinda, a group of thrill seekers has taken up an illegal and death-defying hobby: riding on the outside of public buses.
TIMES INSIDER
Lights, Camera, Run! Behind the Close-ups of Mayoral Candidates.
What did it take to record videos of eight Democrats who are vying to lead New York City? Collaboration, hustle and a willingness to talk to ambulance drivers, for starters.
TIMES INSIDER
Reconstructing the Neighborhood Destroyed in the Tulsa Race Massacre
Using maps, newspaper clippings, testimonies and more, a team of graphics editors created an interactive 3-D portrait of the community that was burned down in 1921.
THE WORLD THROUGH A LENS
The Perilous Hunt for Coconut Crabs on a Remote Polynesian Island
On Makatea, an uplifted coral atoll marred by decades of mining, searching for crabs often requires gambling with the treacherous terrain.
THE WORLD THROUGH A LENS
Glimpses of a Soviet Ghost Town on an Arctic Norwegian Isle
On the remote archipelago of Svalbard, a decaying settlement offers visitors an intimate look at the not-so-distant past.
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At Last: Hugs
We were there when vaccinated New Yorkers were finally able reunite and embrace.
TIMES INSIDER
Lasers, a Drone and 31 Mics: How We Created a 3-D Experience of Hearing a Choir
What does a socially distant gospel choir sound like? Here’s how Times journalists and technologists put users inside the sanctuary of a church in Harlem.
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