Martes 20 de octubre de 2020

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Understatement Is the New Luxury

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By Tim McKeough

For years, developers of New York condominiums engaged in an unofficial battle to slather the most exotic materials, revered architects and designers, blue-chip art installations and exclusive club-like amenities over their projects.

Exotic finishes and ever-clubbier amenities in new developments have given way to livability and calming design.

by The New York Times


2,000-Year-Old Cat Etching Found at Nazca Lines Site in Peru

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By Tiffany May

The image, stretching for 40 yards on a hillside in Peru, shows a creature with pointy ears, orb-like eyes and a long striped tail. It appears to be a cat lounging, as cats often do.

Archaeologists came across the faded feline outline while conducting maintenance work at the UNESCO heritage site.

by The New York Times


France Crackdown, Manchester Restrictions, Nazca Lines Cat: Your Tuesday Briefing

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By Natasha Frost

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A brutal killing in France prompts a swift official response.

by The New York Times


1.5 Million New Yorkers Can?t Afford Food. Pantries Are Their Lifeline.

Thousands more New Yorkers have showed up at the city?s food banks since the pandemic began. As federal and city benefits are tied up in politics, New Yorkers are left to figure out how to get by.

by The New York Times


Your Tuesday Briefing

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By Melina Delkic and Will Dudding

As most of the world still struggles with the pandemic, China is showing that a fast economic rebound is possible when the coronavirus is brought firmly under control. China?s lead could widen further in the months to come.

China?s economy surges ahead.

by The New York Times


Matthew McConaughey Wrote the Book on Matthew McConaughey

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By Dave Itzkoff

Would it surprise you to learn that more than 30 years ago, before he?d even sauntered across the screen in ?Dazed and Confused,? Matthew McConaughey wrote a poem in which he vowed he?d someday become an author?

In his memoir, ?Greenlights,? the star of ?Dazed and Confused? and ?Dallas Buyers Club? shares lessons from a life in which he turned out all right, all right, all right.

by The New York Times


Will Chile Set an Example for True Democracy?

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By Michael Albertus

On Oct. 25, Chileans will vote to reject or approve the start of creating a new constitution. The citizens of more countries should do the same. The country?s current Constitution, written under the authoritarian rule of the dictator Augusto Pinochet, has protected conservative interests and the military and has suppressed political dissent for 40 years.

Pinochet?s Constitution needs an overhaul, but the process is not without risks.

by The New York Times


Eat Your Way Around the World

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By Florence Fabricant

These gift boxes from Culinary Backstreets are designed to create a vicarious trip to a city like Naples or Athens at a time when travel is on hold. The company offers food tours of more than a dozen cities, and has assembled worthwhile assortments of often hard-to-find items that represent five of the destinations: Athens, Barcelona, Naples, Mexico City and Queens, N.Y. From Naples there is colatura condiment, coffee, paccheri pasta and a sauce made with Mount Vesuvius tomatoes, among other items; Athens is represented by honey, olive oil and more; the Barcelona box includes romesco sauce and traditional bodega glasses for wine; and from Queens there are items like Peruvian cilantro paste, Thai pad kapao chile paste and Mexican bowls.

Gift boxes from Culinary Backstreets will let you travel to Naples, Athens, Barcelona, Mexico City and even Queens, N.Y., from the comfort of your kitchen.

by The New York Times


The Battle for the Senate

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By David Leonhardt

If Joe Biden wins next month, there are two very different scenarios for his presidency.

And what else you need to know today.

by The New York Times


The Virus in Three Charts

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By David Leonhardt

Let?s check in on the state of the coronavirus this morning, with help from three charts. Here?s the first:

And what else you need to know today.

by The New York Times


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