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Matthew Broderick and Kenneth Lonergan Look to the Universe, Again

By Kathryn Shattuck

The longtime friends and collaborators reunite for the West End debut of a 2009 comic drama, “The Starry Messenger.”

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For Sale: A Little-Known Home Where Oscar Wilde Vacationed

By ABIGAIL SALTMARSH

Wilde stayed at a farmhouse in Norfolk, England, with his wife, and later, his lover. He also worked on “A Woman of No Importance” there.

Silver King, Lucha Libre Wrestler, Dies in Ring at London Match

By YONETTE JOSEPH

César González Barrón, who appeared in the 2006 movie “Nacho Libre,” became unresponsive during a wrestling bout on Saturday. No cause of death has been released.

Silver King, Lucha Libre Wrestler, Dies in Ring at London Match

By YONETTE JOSEPH

César González Barrón, who appeared in the 2006 movie “Nacho Libre,” became unresponsive during a wrestling bout on Saturday. No cause of death has been released.

Air Pollution Fears Put London’s Ice Cream Trucks at Risk

By ANNA SCHAVERIEN

As councils in the British capital clamp down on polluting vehicles, not even a beloved summer staple can escape scrutiny.

Prince Charles Misused Influence to Shield Cleric, Abuse Inquiry Reports

By ELLEN BARRY

In an unusually tough rebuke of the future king, independent probe finds that Prince Charles improperly intervened on behalf of an Anglican bishop.

Prince Charles Misused Influence to Shield Cleric, Abuse Inquiry Reports

By ELLEN BARRY

In an unusually tough rebuke of the future king, independent probe finds that Prince Charles improperly intervened on behalf of an Anglican bishop.

In Reversal, Nurse Who Refused to Wear Dress Is Awarded Marathon Record

By YONETTE JOSEPH

Guinness World Records said its guidelines, which had specified a dress and cap, “reflected a stereotype we do not in any way wish to perpetuate.”

Defying Expectations, With an Obscure Instrument and a Hipster Look

By ANDREW DICKSON

The viol player Liam Byrne is dragging the instrument out of the musty early-music attic.

In London, Communal Garden Is Just for You (and a Few Neighbors)

By SUSANNE FOWLER

Green spaces limited to the surrounding residents provide some peace, and a boost in property value, in the busy city.

Missing Piece of Stonehenge Returned From Florida 60 Years After Removal

By PALKO KARASZ

A worker had taken a section cut from one of the massive stones during restoration work in 1958, and held it in the United States for decades before returning it to England.

Missing Piece of Stonehenge Returned From Florida 60 Years After Removal

By PALKO KARASZ

A worker had taken a section cut from one of the massive stones during restoration work in 1958, and held it in the United States for decades before returning it to England.

In Reversal, Nurse Who Refused to Wear Dress Is Awarded Marathon Record

By YONETTE JOSEPH

Guinness World Records said its guidelines, which had specified a dress and cap, “reflected a stereotype we do not in any way wish to perpetuate.”

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