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Redman, Mehldau, McBride and Blade Take Another Spin, 26 Years Later

By Giovanni Russonello

A quartet of jazz all-stars returns with its players — and its philosophy — in a different phase of life.

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Digital Dior. Remote Chanel. What’s Couture With No Runway?

By Vanessa Friedman

The first streamed couture shows were more like mini-movies, music videos, trailers and perfume commercials. There were some clothes, too.

Churches Emerge as Major Source of Coronavirus Cases

By Kate Conger, Jack Healy and Lucy Tompkins

The virus has infiltrated Sunday services, church meetings and youth camps. More than 650 cases have been linked to reopened religious facilities.

How Germany Fell Back in Love With Angela Merkel

By Anna Sauerbrey

The pandemic has burnished the chancellor’s reputation as one of the country’s best leaders.

Upheaval Over Race Reaches Met Museum After Curator’s Instagram Post

By Robin Pogrebin

The post by a longtime department chairman, saying monuments should be protected from “zealots,” prompted staff charges that the museum fosters “a culture of systemic racism.”

The Walls of the Church Couldn’t Keep the Trump Era Out

By Nicholas Casey

The young pastor wasn’t sure his congregation would like what he had to say and had no idea where it would lead all of them. He found himself at a crossroads of God, Alabama and Donald Trump.

For Sale: The Hair of the Virgin Mary

By Mattia Ferraresi

What does a supposedly secular world want with the creepy (and probably fake) remains of medieval saints?

The Teachings of the Philosopher of the Black Forest

By Rory Smith

Christian Streich, the coach of unassuming Freiburg, acts as German soccer’s unofficial social conscience. The Bundesliga’s recent stoppage gave him a chance to reflect on his relationship with his sport.

How 2 Lives Collided in Central Park, Rattling the Nation

By Sarah Maslin Nir

The inside story of the black birder and the white woman who called the police on him. Their encounter stirred wrenching conversations about racism and white privilege.

The Teachings of the Philosopher of the Black Forest

By Rory Smith

Christian Streich, the coach of unassuming Freiburg, acts as German soccer’s unofficial social conscience. The Bundesliga’s recent stoppage gave him a chance to reflect on his relationship with his sport.

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