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Review: An Actor’s Life Story Grounds ‘Jack &’ With ‘The Cotillion’

Kaneza Schaal’s experimental theater work has three sections and is paired with an installation featuring paintings and videos of the show’s inspirations.

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Man Arrested With Gas Cans and Lighters at St. Patrick’s Cathedral Is a Philosophy Teacher

Marc Lamparello, 37, was also arrested on Monday at a cathedral in New Jersey and had just bought a one-way ticket to Rome.

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Lens: The Sports Arena is a Human Zoo. Sometimes It Gets Messy.

After his apartment was demolished to make space for Barclays Center, Jeff Mermelstein photographed the new arena’s suits, shills and suds.

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The Secrets of a Sacred Underground

A candlelight catacombs tour of the crypt at St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral in Manhattan reveals the church’s history, including its famous tenants.

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High above Manhattan, Alicja Kwade’s planetary sculpture captures the music of the spheres.

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New York Today: Congestion Pricing: Who Pays and Who Doesn’t

Thursday: It seems like everyone wants a break on the planned toll to enter Manhattan below 60th Street.

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On the Market: Homes for Sale in New York and New Jersey

This week’s properties include a five-bedroom in East Amwell, N.J., and a four-bedroom in Larchmont, N.Y.

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A church security officer turned the man away, and the police took him into custody shortly afterward.

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Man With Two Full Gas Cans Arrested After Entering St. Patrick’s Cathedral

A church security officer turned the man away, and the police took him into custody shortly afterward.

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Climate Change: New York City Buildings to Face Greenhouse Gas Limits

The city is expected to pass a law that would establish fines for buildings that do not comply with new emission caps.

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Judith Clark, Getaway Driver in Deadly Brink’s Heist in 1981, Is Granted Parole

Ms. Clark, 69, had evolved during her long incarceration from a left-wing extremist to a model prisoner known for good works.

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Let He Who Is Without Yeezys Cast the First Stone

Should pastors wear $5,000 sneakers? Soul-searching over materialism in houses of worship.

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New York Art Galleries: What to See Right Now

Lucian Freud’s nudes from the 1990s and 2000s; a Gretchen Bender retrospective revisits her TV-based installations; and artists address social justice issues in “Perilous Bodies.”

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Living In: Sharon, Conn.: A Calm, Quiet Town, 15 Minutes From the Train

The nearly 60-square-mile town is the third-largest in Connecticut — and one of the least densely populated.

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Lehman Brothers, a Family Saga, as Viewed by Some Who Lived It

“The Lehman Trilogy” is a theatrical panorama of the firm’s history and collapse. Lehman descendants and onetime employees have taken a keen interest.

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