The New York Times - Sunday Sections - 30 Nov 2019

Table of content - The New York Times - Sunday Sections (30 Nov 2019)

‘The L Word’ Catches Up
Judy Collins, now 80, enjoys elegant wigs, Persian cats and performing 120 shows a year.
A father gets past his aversion to ‘Frozen,’ watches it repeatedly and realizes its meaning.
Recalling the ’69 Broadway musical that starred Muhammad Ali and ran for less than a week.
Can choreography make a more just America? Donald Byrd is working on it.
THE TAKE
A Good Story From a Bad Date
DIGITAL MINIMALISM
DOLLY PARTON’S AMERICA
WATCHMEN
JAIME
WAVES
THE QUEUE
Diablo Cody’s Week Includes a Long Commute
A Playwright’s Own Private Idaho
The Disappearance of ‘Buck White’
Judy Collins Still Has a Lot to Say
His Social Justice Movement
John Adams on Boulez’s ‘Music Lessons’
A Director’s Cinematic Confessions
Learning to Love ‘Frozen,’ Repeatedly
63 UP VARDA BY AGNES THE THIRD MAN
John Adams on Boulez’s ‘Music Lessons’
The Vocabulary Expands Again
The Vocabulary Expands Again
It’s About More Than a Kiss
Frederick Douglass the Destination
Homecoming as a Pilgrimage
An Italian Safari in the Dolomites
Passes that allow skiers to roam.
Cultivating a snow-sports boom.
Save the ski-bum way.
In Steamboat Springs, Colo.
Skinning’s rapid rise.
New places to stay.
Apps for the piste.
On the Ski Circuit With an Olympic Gold Medalist
Know the Right Resort, and When to Go
Better Skiing With Apps
CORRECTION
Pardon Me, Are You Going to Use Those Skis?
Multi-Mountain Passes Upend the Model
China Nurtures Dreams of Snow and Winter Sports
Hut to Hut in Italy, Scenery and Grrappa Included
Hut to Hut in Italy, Scenery and Grrappa Included
With Resorts Like These, Who Needs the Slopes? Tourists
Subtract the Crowds and Lift Lines, Add Cardio
Niedermairhof
Maison Cimes
Caldera House
Four Seasons Resort And Residences Whistler
36 Hours
IF YOU GO
China Nurtures Dreams of Snow
Stepping Into a Forgotten Civilization
Looted Art: The History of World War II Plunder in France
Ethiopia and Its Religions: From the Queen of Sheba to Christianity
Andalusia: Center of Judaism, Christianity and Islam
Tulip Time in Holland by Barge
Discover the Story of a Place.
Artists Chase Disappearing Space
An enduring conundrum: how much to tip the staff.
Go beyond trying to trade a cactus for an aloe.
In Hasbrouck Heights, N.J., ‘everyone is so neighborly.’
Parking is a priority for a couple leaving New York.
He Who Holds the Doors Will Now Receive Some Cash
15 Affordable Neighborhoods
$295,000
$1,925,000
$330,000
$1,625,000
$619,000
The More the Merrier, Even in Tight Quarters
Making the Most Out of a Minimum of Space
A Small-Town Vibe, 12 Miles From Times Square
ON THE MARKET
A Couple Give Up the Rent-Stabilized Life in Manhattan to Buy a Place in Westchester
$655,000
The Buyers Marcelo Jara, left, and Alan Murray in their new apartment in Westchester County.
The Options
$540,000
$690,000
$559,500
$661,000
$570,000
Artists Chase Disappearing Space
An Exchange Rooted in Community
Faith and Reasons
Why autofiction is the perfect answer to social media
Frank Lloyd Wright, Leonardo and Margaret Wilkerson Sexton
Is the F.B.I. bad for democracy?
Graphic Biographies
THE REVISIONERS
THE LOST ART OF SCRIPTURE
TO BEGIN THE WORLD OVER AGAIN
PLAGUED BY FIRE
THE POLITICS OF PAIN
DISRUPT, DISCREDIT, AND DIVIDE
The Shortlist
Essay
BELIEVERS
OBLIVION BANJO
By the Book
New & Noteworthy
CELESTIAL BODIES
RELIGION AS WE KNOW IT
Sketchbook
Best-Seller Lists
Paperback Row
Editors’ Choice
Inside the List
Letters
New & Noteworthy
WHAT WE’RE READING
American Women
American Jews and Israel
Returning From Boko Haram
Reconstruction
Tomi Adeyemi
Strange Fruit
ExFed
‘The Lost Art of Scripture’
The Omani Way
‘Religion as We Know It’ and ‘Believers’
Paranoid England
Memory’s Landscape
Times Style.
The Evils of the American Revolution
Looking for Mr. Wright
What tweets and emojis have done to the novel.
Charlotte Brontë and Ruth Bader Ginsburg defied low expectations early on, and never stopped.
COMBINED PRINT AND E-BOOK BEST SELLERS
Editors’ Choice
PRINT | HARDCOVER BEST SELLERS
Paperback Row
Man on Fire
PAPERBACK
LEONARDO DA VINCI REDISCOVERED
LEONARDO BY LEONARDO
LEONARDO DA VINCI The 100 Milestones
A children’s book author remembers a kind doctor from her childhood.
The Everyman How Adam Sandler became Hollywood’s most reliable comic superstar without ever leaving his comfort zone. By Jamie Lauren Keiles
Truth Hurts
That’s Life
Amba Quick-Pickled
Isle of Debt
The Everyman
‘‘Penn & Teller: Fool Us’’
Go Home, Already
‘‘Where Am I?’’
Fast, Asleep
Pete Townshend
Screenland, Page 9 Peter C. Baker
Eat, Page 28
‘‘The Everyman,’’ Page 36
‘‘Truth Hurts,’’ Page 30
Talk, Page 13
‘‘That’s Life,’’ Page 46
‘‘The Everyman,’’ Page 36
‘‘That’s Life,’’ Page 46
RE: THE CHINESE INTERNET
RE: PODCAST FANDOMS
RE: TEENAGERS AND THE INTERNET
THE STORY, ON INSTAGRAM
CORRECTIONS
Readers respond to the 11.17.2019 issue.
Fast, Asleep
Poem Selected by Naomi Shihab Nye
Pete Townshend on the death of rock. ‘We don’t have the brains to answer the question of what it was that rock ’n’ roll tried to start and has failed to finish.’
What Should I Do About the Workaholic Who Works for Me?
Bonus Advice From Judge John Hodgman
He lost his memory and then quickly got it back. Seizures and strokes were ruled out — so what was it?
‘Penn & Teller: Fool Us’
How to Teach A Child Braille
The joys. The tribulations. The twists.
What Do You Do With an Unripe Mango? Make amba, the pickled condiment that no longer needs days to achieve its hot, sour, salty tang.
What Do You Do With an Unripe Mango? Make amba, the pickled condiment that no longer needs days to achieve its hot, sour, salty tang.
Truth Hurts
Truth Hurts
THE EVERYMAN
THE EVERYMAN
ISLE O F DEBT
Sandler
Aurelius
KENKEN
OPEN WIDE!
ACROSTIC
KENKEN
CRAZY EIGHTS
WALLS
Answers to puzzle on Page 60
BUILDING BLOCKS
SPELLING BEE
WHIRLPOOL
WALLS
Aurelius
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