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People are hungry for real bookstores’: Judy Blume on why US indie booksellers are thriving

At 78, the multimillion-selling author has begun a new career, opening her own bookshop – and joining a business sector that’s flourishing again in the US Read More »

The Delicate Task Of Restoring One Of The World’s Oldest Libraries

The curator of the Qarawiyyin Library, Abdelfattah Bougchouf, opens an original version of a famous work, Muqaddimah, written by historian Ibn Khaldun in the 14th Read More »

Attached: When Reporting and Caring Are Intertwined

Times Insider shares insights into how we work at The New York Times. In this article, John Leland, a Metro reporter, examines how spending 12 months with his Read More »

For This Vineyard, It’s Duck, Duck, Booze

Indian runner ducks have been used in Asia for thousands of years to control pests. Now they're used in a South African vineyard to eat snails that damage the vines. Read More »