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Knicks spike speculation that director Lee was ejected

Knicks spike speculation that director Lee was ejected

NEW YORK — Spike Lee still has his courtside seat, though the New York Knicks had to tell their superfan to find another way to get there.
Spring decor trends: soothing, soft, sustainable, stylish

Spring decor trends: soothing, soft, sustainable, stylish

If you’re looking for respite from this winter’s weather and news, you’ll find plenty of peace and quiet in the spring offerings beginning to show up at home decor retailers.
Medication fog can mimic or worsen dementia in the elderly

Medication fog can mimic or worsen dementia in the elderly

Claire Dinneen's daughters thought that worsening dementia was causing her growing confusion, but her doctor suspected something else. Dr. Pei Chen asked them to round up medicines in the 89-year-old woman's home and they returned with a huge haul.
Mix-and-match decor: In with the old ... and in with the new

Mix-and-match decor: In with the old ... and in with the new

An early, painted Swedish sideboard next to a leather sectional. An ornate Italian walnut headboard on a bed dressed in featherweight linen. A collection of colorful 1930s Fiestaware pottery on a Lucite bookshelf.
Chris Matthews retires from MSNBC, cites comments to women

Chris Matthews retires from MSNBC, cites comments to women

NEW YORK — Longtime MSNBC host Chris Matthews abruptly retired from his “Hardball” show on Monday, apologizing for making inappropriate comments about women and following a brutal week where he also took heat from supporters of Bernie Sanders and Eli
Sean Spicer joining cable TV talk show fray on NewsMax

Sean Spicer joining cable TV talk show fray on NewsMax

NEW YORK — While Sean Spicer says he expects his old boss, President Donald Trump, to be re-elected, he doesn't view his new television talk show as a vehicle for helping accomplish that end.
Irish architects Farrell, McNamara win Pritzker Prize

Irish architects Farrell, McNamara win Pritzker Prize

NEW YORK — Irish architects Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara have been awarded the 2020 Pritzker Architecture Prize for “consistent service to humanity as evidenced by a body of built work,” and for leading the way for women in a male-dominated pr
Multimillion-grant to speed innovative device for hard-to-treat brain disorders

Multimillion-grant to speed innovative device for hard-to-treat brain disorders

TORONTO — The signs were there, but Lidia Vetturetti says her mother refused to consider the possibility she had Alzheimer's.
Review: A real-life Cinderella story set in the Gilded Age

Review: A real-life Cinderella story set in the Gilded Age

“Rebel Cinderella,” Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, by Adam Hochschild Adam Hochschild is among the most readable of historians.
Review: `Blackwood' is solid noir novel set in kudzu country

Review: `Blackwood' is solid noir novel set in kudzu country

“Blackwood” (Little, Brown), by Michael Farris Smith A foul, scrawny man in a broken-down Cadillac seems to have run out of options when his car’s engine dies shortly after it rolls into a town in Mississippi hill country.
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