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  1. Peabody Essex Museum Gets Set of Native American Artifacts Culture, September 21

    Some of the items are claimed by tribes and will likely be returned by the museum as part of its compliance with federal repatriation laws.

  2. $400,000 Homes in New York, Missouri and Maine Real Estate, September 20

    A high-style farmhouse in Gallatin, a renovated 1892 home in Kansas City and an 1827 colonial outside of Portland.

  3. What You Get for $400,000 Slideshow, September 20

    A high-style farmhouse in Gallatin, N.Y.; a renovated 1892 home in Kansas City, Mo.; and an 1827 colonial outside of Portland, Me.

  4. Why the Skier Mikaela Shiffrin Loves Croatia — and Colorado Travel, September 15

    She trains in New Zealand and Chile, races in Europe and will compete in the Olympics. To fight fatigue, she naps, jogs and snacks on dried mangoes.

  5. New Hampshire Investigates Wounding of 8-Year-Old as Possible Hate Crime National, September 13

    The governor ordered an investigation after relatives said that older children pushed the boy off a picnic table with a rope around his neck.

  6. Democrats on Voter Fraud Panel Join Those Criticizing It National, September 12

    The panel’s Republican chief is rebuked by one Democrat for claiming a New Hampshire election was probably rigged. Another questions the panel’s objectivity.

  7. In Haiti, a Building Fights Cholera Op Ed, September 12

    Even in a runaway and deadly epidemic, architecture can become an important element of a cure.

  8. Kris Kobach and His 5,313 Fraudulent Voters Editorial, September 11

    President Trump’s phony electoral integrity commission strikes out again.

  9. Trump’s Voter Fraud Panel, No Stranger to Controversy, Creates Another One National, September 10

    Ahead of a meeting in New Hampshire, a member of the panel called it “highly likely” that the state’s Senate race was decided with bogus votes. Outrage ensues.

  10. Change Is in the Air at the E. B. White Farm Weekend, September 7

    Discovering the author’s home in Maine, where he wrote “Charlotte’s Web” and heard those darn crickets.

  11. $1.7 Million Homes in Massachusetts, California and Maine Real Estate, September 6

    An 1841 converted church and parsonage on Martha’s Vineyard, a midcentury-modern home in Calabasas and a 1769 house in Boothbay.

  12. What You Get for $1.7 Million Slideshow, September 6

    An 1841 converted church and parsonage on Martha’s Vineyard, a midcentury-modern home in Calabasas, Calif., and a 1769 house in Boothbay, Me.

  13. Frank Gehry to Design Museum for Architectural Gems (and Model Trains) Culture, September 3

    A few blocks away from Mass MoCA, the new museum will feature models of famous buildings and trains.

  14. Solange and Other Musicians Join Harvey Relief Efforts Weekend, August 31

    Solange will perform a benefit concert in Boston on Sept. 28, with all proceeds going toward storm relief efforts.

  15. A Classical Designer Takes a Modern Turn in Private Real Estate, August 31

    For Gil Schafer, an architect known for his traditional style, a summer house that’s surprisingly modern.

  16. A Classical Designer’s Modern House in Maine Slideshow, August 31

    Gil Schafer, an architect known for his traditional style, created a summer house that’s anything but.

  17. Houston Curfew Follows Many in Big Cities Facing Disaster or Unrest Express, August 30

    Los Angeles, Detroit, Boston and Chicago are among the other large cities that have imposed restrictions during trying times in the past half-century.

  18. $900,000 Homes in Colorado, Pennsylvania and Vermont Real Estate, August 30

    A renovated midcentury-modern home in Denver, a 1907 stone house in Philadelphia and a lakeside retreat in Ferrisburgh.

  19. What an Unemployed Millennial Learned at Summer Camp Opinion, August 29

    As I coached campers through their anxieties, I started addressing my own.