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Louise Penny: By the Book

This quite old book of essays originally published in House Beautiful is all about mundane, often banal memories or events.But I know where every book is and can put my hand on it immediately.

Review: In ‘Beach Rats,’ Life and Sexuality in Limbo

“I don’t really know what I like,” Frankie (Harris Dickinson) says to a man he meets on a gay hookup site in “Beach Rats.” He repeats variations on that phrase throughout the film, and part of what’s refreshing about Eliza Hittman’s sophomore feature is that the character’s confusion isn’t limited to coming out.

In Praise of Barbara Pym

These excellent women are excellent — they volunteer, they go to church, they subsist modestly on small chops and simple suppers — but they can also be dowdy and difficult.You’d need to read a different Pym novel to learn that Miss Lathbury has gone on to marry Mr.

Qatar Restores Full Relations With Iran, Deepening Gulf Feud

)Although there was no official explanation for the visit, the Saudi news media played up Sheikh Abdullah’s visit as the beginning of a potential challenge to the emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani.Since the dispute flared in June, Iran has provided Qatar with sea shipments of fresh food and allowed a stream of Qatari airplanes to cross its airspace.

Contemporary Art Steams Up the Hudson

” Simard, who died in 2014, was a partner in the gallery and an avid collector of African art.It provides an almost comically sleek home for the Nancy Olnick and Giorgio Spanu collection of postwar and recent Italian art.

Want to Avoid Other Tourists When You Travel? Here's Where to Go

“A large part of these overcrowding issues is directly correlated to cruising,” said Melissa Biggs Bradley, founder and chief executive of the travel membership club Indagare.“Angkor Wat has become the most visited site in Southeast Asia, largely thanks to the way the Chinese middle-class travel market has opened up,” Bradley said.

Travel and Dogs: The Good, the Bad and the Itchy

Whether you own one or not, dogs can enrich the travel experience, or make it more stressful than you’d like.26, here are a few ways our canine friends (and enemies) put their paw prints on our travel plans.

Five Places to Go in Hamilton, Ontario

The city is getting a big boost from creatives fleeing Toronto’s skyrocketing real estate costs.Much of the buzz is centered on once-rundown James Street North, which is percolating with a vibrant art scene, inventive farm-to-table restaurants, edgy start-ups and cool shops.