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Coming to Chicago: A β€˜Giselle’ That Speaks to the Present

By ROSLYN SULCAS

Tamara Rojo, of English National Ballet, gambled that a contemporary “Giselle,” with choreography by a ballet outsider, would resonate with audiences.

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Prince Philip Gives Up Driver’s License

By MEGAN SPECIA

The British royal surrendered his license a month after he was involved in a collision on a rural road north of London.

It’s a Theater, With Craft Beer and D.J.s Until 6 a.m.

By HOLLY WILLIAMS

The Yard in East London is bringing young people to theater with programming that mixes avant-garde stage productions and club nights.

British Jury Delivers First Conviction for Female Genital Mutilation

By PALKO KARASZ and ANNA SCHAVERIEN

A court found a 37-year-old woman guilty of committing female genital mutilation on her 3-year-old daughter, the first such conviction in Britain since the practice was banned in 1985.

On Soccer: Pound Notes, Canned Soup and Common Goals

By RORY SMITH

As the needs of Britain’s poor have soared under government austerity programs, soccer clubs and their fans have emerged as an unlikely (and vital) resource for local food banks.

On Soccer: Pound Notes, Canned Soup and Common Goals

By RORY SMITH

As the needs of Britain’s poor have soared under government austerity programs, soccer clubs and their fans have emerged as an unlikely (and vital) resource for local food banks.

London Theater Reviews: Cate Blanchett’s S-and-M Play Is More Tiresome Than Titillating

By MATT WOLF

“When We Have Sufficiently Tortured Each Other” opened at London’s National Theater on a wave of controversy and hype. But it’s pretty boring, our critic writes.

Letter of Recommendation: Letter of Recommendation: Spider Webs

By HENRY WISMAYER

A chance to encounter the sublime — without having to leave your backyard.

The Nets Are Looking Really Good, Even From London

By PETER S. GOODMAN

Our far-flung correspondent flipped from the Knicks to the Nets (and from New York to London). It increasingly appears to be a smart move.

2 Artists, 500 Years Apart, Asking the Same Spiritual Questions

By FARAH NAYERI

An exhibition at the Royal Academy in London pairs works by the American video artist Bill Viola with drawings and sculpture by Michelangelo.

An Effort to Bring Fracking to Britain Hits Pause

By STANLEY REED

Cuadrilla Resources has stopped its hydraulic fracturing in Lancashire and pulled equipment off the site. The future of fracking in Britain remains uncertain.

Prince Philip, Driving Without Seatbelt After Crash, Gets Police β€˜Advice’

By ILIANA MAGRA

The husband of Queen Elizabeth II was photographed behind the wheel of another Land Rover, two days after he was involved in a car crash that injured two women.

Wizards 101, Knicks 100: Knicks Lose to Wizards in London on Goaltending Call

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Allonzo Trier was whistled on a layup by Thomas Bryant with 0.4 seconds left, giving the Knicks, who blew a 19-point lead, their fifth straight loss.

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