Fall Restaurant Preview: A Reboot for New York

Yoshino New York With just 12 comfy chairs, not stools, the chef Tadashi Yoshida will prepare sushi omakase dinners with approximately six appetizers, 12 pieces of sushi and dessert, for $400. The chef, who followed his father behind the sushi counter, relocated his father’s restaurant to Nagoya, a city between Tokyo and Osaka. It closed …

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Nick Cave Digs Deep, With a Symphony in Glass

On a blistering afternoon in late August, a dedicated crew of construction workers moved through the corridor connecting Times Square and Grand Central Station, home to the 42nd Street Shuttle. Here, under the streets of New York, over two dozen figures made of vibrant glass danced along the subway walls. On Friday, M.T.A. Arts & …

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Don’t Mind the Gap in Intergenerational Housing

But everyone there was, in a word, old. And all the residents appeared to be living in exile, far removed from whatever their lives had once been. By contrast, intergenerational housing — development that goes out of its way to mix older and younger people — is increasingly regarded as healthier, physically and psychologically. While …

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A T-Shirt Shop for the Semi-Ironic ‘Twilight’ Fan

Before 2020, Madison Sinclair hadn’t seen any of the “Twilight” movies. But after watching all five during quarantine, she grew completely enamored — and inspired to express her new fandom. “I wanted to make something that was like, ‘Is this satire or is this real?’” Ms. Sinclair, 21, said on a video call from her …

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