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  1. Why Doesn’t Anyone Want to Live in This Perfect Place? Style, Yesterday

    Womyn’s lands, established in the 1960s as lesbian utopias, have failed to attract a new generation of members. Should they be saved?

  2. Gerard O’Neill, Boston Globe Investigative Reporter, Dies at 76 Business, August 23

    Mr. O’Neill’s biggest quarry was Whitey Bulger, Boston’s most notorious mobster, whom he helped expose as an F.B.I. informant.

  3. Tom Brady Is No ‘Tom Terrific.’ Any New Yorker Can Tell You That. New York, August 23

    The federal patent office has rejected Mr. Brady’s bid to trademark a nickname associated with the Mets pitching legend Tom Seaver.

  4. A Kennedy-Markey Primary? Massachusetts Is Jolted U.S., August 23

    With the state gripped by the possibility of another Kennedy campaigning for Senate, the incumbent is not backing down: “Oh, I’m running.”

  5. In Defense of Sea Gulls: They’re Smart, and They Co-Parent, 50/50 All the Way Science, August 23

    Besides, if people weren’t such slobs, gulls would never have learned about French fries.

  6. Seth Moulton Ends 2020 Presidential Campaign With a Warning U.S., August 23

    Mr. Moulton, a congressman from Massachusetts, had focused his campaign on national security. He hinted at potentially supporting Joseph R. Biden Jr.

  7. Jeffrey Epstein Donations to M.I.T. Will Be Focus of University Inquiry Business, August 22

    In an initial tally, the school says it accepted approximately $800,000 from the disgraced financier over a 20-year period.

  8. Christopher Kimball and America’s Test Kitchen Settle Lawsuit Food, August 22

    Both sides agreed to move on years after Mr. Kimball started Milk Street, a similar cooking and media venture.

  9. What You Get for $2 Million Slideshow, August 21

    A lighthouse keeper’s home on an island in Maine; a luxury prefab house in the desert near Moab, Utah; and a Craftsman-style home in Lexington.

  10. $2 Million Homes in Maine, Utah and Kentucky Real Estate, August 21

    A lighthouse keeper’s home on a Penobscot Bay island, a luxury prefab house in the desert near Moab and a Craftsman-style home in Lexington.

  11. How an E-Bike Changed My Life Opinion, August 20

    Riding grew harder as I grew older. Then I got an electric bicycle.

  12. ‘Shark!’: Cape Cod Recoils in a Summer of Great White Sightings, Real and Imagined U.S., August 20

    After a fatal shark attack last year, a place celebrated for its summer beach season has wrestled with how to cope with the risk of more.

  13. Syrups Beyond Maple Food, August 20

    New Leaf Tree Syrups bottles saps from trees like birch and walnut.

  14. Joseph Kennedy III Said to Be Eying Edward Markey’s Massachusetts Senate Seat U.S., August 17

    Mr. Kennedy, the grandson of Robert F. Kennedy, paid for a poll last month to test his prospects against Mr. Markey, a Democratic official said.

  15. After Trump Body Shames Him, Supporter Says ‘I Love the Guy’ U.S., August 16

    The president has a long history of calling protesters names. But there’s no other known instance of him mocking one of his own supporters by accident.

  16. After Trump Body Shames Him, Supporter Says ‘I Love the Guy’ U.S., August 16

    The president has a long history of calling protesters names. But there’s no other known instance of him mocking one of his own supporters by accident.

  17. Fact-Checking Trump’s New Hampshire Rally U.S., August 15

    President Trump on Thursday repeated inaccurate claims about energy, China and his predecessor.

  18. Citing Economy, Trump Says That ‘You Have No Choice but to Vote for Me’ U.S., August 15

    As the markets wobble over fears of a slowdown amid an escalating trade and currency war with China, the president defended policies that are rattling many businesses and investors.

  19. Citing Economy, Trump Says That ‘You Have No Choice but to Vote for Me’ U.S., August 15

    As the markets wobble over fears of a slowdown amid an escalating trade and currency war with China, the president defended policies that are rattling many businesses and investors.

  20. Push for Ethnic Studies in Schools Faces a Dilemma: Whose Stories to Tell U.S., August 15

    A struggle in California, one of three states creating K-12 ethnic studies materials, highlights some of the fraught questions around the discipline.

  21. Robert Indiana’s Estate Says Artist’s Caretaker Neglected Him Arts, August 15

    The estate said in court papers that the caretaker siphoned off money and artworks from Mr. Indiana before the artist’s death last year.

  22. Trump Thinks Corey Lewandowski Would Be a ‘Fantastic’ Senator From New Hampshire U.S., August 15

    President Trump all but endorsed his former campaign manager, who is weighing a Senate bid. “He’s terrific on television,” Mr. Trump said. “I like everything about him.”

  23. From Wild Blueberries and Maine Terroir, Fine Sparkling Wine Food, August 15

    It began as a lark among childhood friends, one a California winemaker. It has become a cultural exploration and, maybe, hope for an ailing industry.

  24. The Most Popular Listings of July Real Estate, August 15

    The most popular listings of July had views of water, mountains or New York City.

  25. At Tanglewood, You Can Hear 8 Concerts in 3 Days Arts, August 15

    Between the Festival of Contemporary Music and Boston Symphony Orchestra programs, a recent visit offered an exhilarating immersion.

  26. Recapturing a Lost World in ‘Provincetown’ Style, August 14

    A chance remark led to the discovery of a cache of images by the photographer Joel Meyerowitz, documenting a vanished world and a time before AIDS.

  27. On Adjacent Stages, Two Haunted Houses, Circa 1882 and 2019 Theater, August 12

    A sumptuous Ibsen revival starring Uma Thurman and a knockout premiere by Adam Bock close the Williamstown season with a metaphysical “boo!”

  28. When Lil Nas X Took Off, So Did Street Signs on a Real Old Town Road U.S., August 12

    The signs for Old Town Rd. in Wellesley, Mass., keep getting stolen. The town is waiting for the song’s popularity to die down before replacing them.

  29. Looking Twice at Renoir and O’Keeffe (Ida, not Georgia) Arts, August 8

    At the Clark Art Institute, when you tire of Renoir’s nudes, look at Ida Ten Eyck O’Keeffe’s quietly insistent art, some of which survived long enough to be rediscovered.

  30. 36 Hours on Outer Cape Cod Travel, August 8

    Wine-tasting, bird-watching, biking and gallery-hopping: In the Outer Cape towns of Eastham, Wellfleet and Truro, there’s plenty to do both in and out of the water.

  31. $450,000 Homes in Rhode Island, Tennessee and Kansas Real Estate, August 7

    A modern retreat inside a Coventry nature preserve, a Craftsman-style home outside Nashville and an 1869 house near Kansas State University.

  32. What You Get for $450,000 Slideshow, August 7

    A modern retreat inside a Coventry, R.I., nature preserve; a Craftsman-style home outside Nashville; and an 1869 house in Manhattan, Kan.

  33. The Hotel Historian Is at Your Service Travel, August 7

    Part reference librarian, part gossip columnist, the hotel historian has become an increasingly popular figure in high-end hotels or inns with actual history.

  34. When Vacation Means Coming Back for More Well, August 5

    Family traditions link us from summer to summer and beach to beach.

  35. Bailey Carroll, Jon Wakelin Fashion, August 4

    The couple met in January 2017 through the dating app Hinge.

  36. The Kennedy Grandchildren: Bearing the Privilege and Burden of a Family Name U.S., August 2

    Some are in politics and social activism. Others have gravitated to the stage or Hollywood.

  37. Looking for a Beach House? It’ll Cost You Real Estate, August 2

    These days, you may end up paying more than just the asking price for a home near the water.

  38. A Northern California Retreat, With Room for Friends Slideshow, August 2

    This three-building complex, near the Pacific Ocean, is listed for $3.625 million.

  39. A Connecticut Island Cottage Slideshow, August 2

    This shingled house, on Cedar Island, is listed for $299,900.

  40. A Vintage Florida Cabin Slideshow, August 2

    This 1957 house on Sanibel Island is listed for $800,000.

  41. A Classic Cape Cod Bungalow Slideshow, August 2

    This 1930 cottage in Truro, Mass., is listed for $1.2 million.

  42. A Lakefront Escape Slideshow, August 2

    This three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom house, on the Lower Peninsula of Michigan, is listed for $639,000.

  43. Granddaughter of Robert F. Kennedy Dies After Overdose at Family’s Compound U.S., August 1

    The authorities responded to an overdose at the home of Ethel Kennedy, 91, in Hyannis Port, Mass.

  44. Wendy Whelan and Maya Beiser’s Meditation on 9/11 Arts, August 1

    Elegant and artful, “The Day,” with choreography by Lucinda Childs, feels inadequate to the event to which it responds.

  45. Paul F. Markham, 89, Kennedy Friend at Chappaquiddick, Dies U.S., July 30

    He had recently stepped down as a United States attorney when he dived into the water to try to find Mary Jo Kopechne, who had been riding in Mr. Kennedy’s car.