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Why Giant Pipes (Intentionally) Spewed Water and Sand onto Rockaway Beach

By John Leland and Julia Gillard

With new hordes flocking to the Rockaways, some important local elements keep leaving — the sands. Who you calling Sisyphus?

Ask the Booksellers:What Is a β€˜Beach Read,’ Anyway?

By Joumana Khatib

We called up the experts to help answer an age-old question: What’s the best type of book to bring to the shore?

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How Our Toothbrushes Are Littering Paradise

By KENDRA PIERRE-LOUIS

A new survey of remote islands off the coast of Australia found mountains of plastic weighing as much as a blue whale.

New Yorkers Are Beach-bound. So, Where Are the Sharks?

By Azi Paybarah

Wednesday: Sharks are constantly in motion, and that keeps researchers busy.

Are Surfer Cafes and Green Markets What a Working-Class Beach Neighborhood Needs?

By KATE BRANCH

Sleepy Arverne is attracting entrepreneurs from its neighbor to the west, Rockaway Beach. As gentrification there continues, the community adjusts to the spotlight.

How Our Toothbrushes Are Littering Paradise

By KENDRA PIERRE-LOUIS

A new survey of remote islands off the coast of Australia found mountains of plastic weighing as much as a blue whale.

White House Memo: High Season at Mar-a-Lago Is Over, but Concern Over Security Lingers

By KATIE ROGERS and FRANCES ROBLES

Episodes at the club this winter produced more evidence of what intelligence experts regard as President Trump’s lax attitude toward security.

Judge: Florida newlywed lost at sea declared dead

A judge has declared a missing Florida newlywed dead, almost two years to the day she disappeared while honeymooning in the Bahamas with her husband.

Their Islands Are Being Eroded. So Are Their Human Rights, They Say.

By LIVIA ALBECK-RIPKA

Indigenous Australians from low-lying islands in the Torres Strait argue that the government, by failing to act on climate change, has violated their fundamental right to maintain their culture.

Terry Allen Kramer, Tony-Winning Producer, Is Dead at 85

By ANITA GATES

She won five Tony Awards as a Broadway producer, but was just as well known as the grande dame of Palm Beach, Fla., socialites.

Venice Beach May Lose a Landmark: A Mark di Suvero Sculpture

By JORI FINKEL

The 60-foot-tall sculpture, a popular meeting point for nearly two decades, will be dismantled and moved by the end of the year unless Los Angeles finds a way to keep it.

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