Mr. Ong, 35, is a senior associate at Goodwin Procter in Redwood City, Calif. He graduated from the University of California, Berkeley and received a law degree from U.C.L.A. 8D: Native American FRYBREAD makes its New York Times Crossword debut, clued as being comparable to Indian naan. Want to make your own? Here’s a recipe.
We are, from a scientific and, some would argue, a cultural point of view, growing closer to Ms. Firestone’s vision of eradicating sex differences. (Not everyone who calls himself a dad today, for instance, was assigned male at birth.) And maybe that’s also why the image of the breastfeeding father provokes such strong feelings. Male breastfeeding was once the sole province of the exotic “other,” observed on faraway expeditions; today the breastfeeding father seems to be just around the corner. “Since you’re trying to torture me,” Mr. Scholl answered wryly, “our new site is one of the highest points in Miami-Dade County. It is 11 feet above sea level,” practically Mount Everest by local standards. And while locating a veritable Noah’s Ark for artists wasn’t a goal, “It was a pleasant thing to learn.”Delivered in 2-3 bussiness days
At E3 2018, Microsoft revealed that the next Xbox game consoles were already underway -- and that the company would offer a cloud gaming service, too. INFRASTRUCTURE ON FILM at Anthology Film Archives (through March 28). While this retrospective may not have the sexiest title — and, yes, it does feature documentaries on the construction of the autobahn (“Reichsautobahn,” on Friday and March 22) and the interstate highway system (“Divided Highways: The Interstates and the Transformation of American Life,” on Friday) — it offers a heady collection of movies that concern the social, political and economic implications of how humanity moves. The minimalist filmmaker James Benning observes trains across the United States in “RR” (on Saturday); Bernardo Bertolucci’s documentary “The Path of Oil” (on Wednesday and March 23) traces its journey from the Middle East to Europe; and Frederick Wiseman’s “Canal Zone” (on March 24) is an essential chronicle of incongruities during the United States’ control of the Panama Canal Zone. 212-505-5181, anthologyfilmarchives.org
“He saved our lives, no doubt,” Mr. Wolf said. Eric Curran is a third-year medical student at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University.Delivered in 2-3 bussiness days
Log InYou don’t really you need to know your classics or even your Hollywood lore to grasp the thematic gist of “Norma Jeane,” which ponders the follies of war-making men and their abuses of women. Sometimes Ms. Carson’s conjunctions of figures past and present can seem both too obvious and too obscure. The show’s surprisingly predictable conclusion lacks the haunting resonance it aspires to. Mr. Guaidó and the U.S. vice president, Mike Pence, are scheduled to meet with the Lima Group of Latin American nations today to discuss new ways to pressure Mr. Maduro. The opposition has been talking more about the possibility of foreign military intervention.