The psychiatrist E. Fuller Torrey has been advocating tougher involuntary psychiatric treatment policies for 40 years. Now it’s paying off.Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.Rent-stabilized apartments in the city are due to have their largest rent increase in almost a decade.

With little government guidance on a fast-spreading virus, a new form of social-media vigilantism has emerged.At an uptown amphitheater, the Classical Theater of Harlem stages Shakespeare’s comedy with fizzy delight.At N.Y.U. Skirball, an exploration at the edges of beauty and death, with touches of Wagner.Tofu and mushroom jorim, butternut squash soup and more recipes.

Robert Gordon, Punk Rocker Turned Rockabilly Revivalist, Dies at 75

Weary of the angry and aggressive sound of New York’s musical underground of the late 1970s, he returned to rock’s roots and seeded a rockabilly revival.Gov. Kathy Hochul will be a target for Rep. Tom Suozzi and Jumaane Williams in the first of two debates featuring the three leading Democrats.Justin Verlander struck out 11 batters and Houston beat up on the Yankees’ bullpen in a convincing Game 1 victory.With Mr. Musk’s $44 billion deal to buy Twitter set to close no later than Oct. 28, the company is trying to reassure workers about their employment and compensation.

Zain Khalid’s “Brother Alive” follows three brothers from Staten Island to Saudi Arabia, with plenty to say about the modern world.We revisit the subject of Covid and racial inequities.She has spoken more extensively than other newcomers to the Supreme Court have.The debt forgiveness comes after months of deliberations in the White House over fairness and fears that the plan could make inflation worse ahead of the midterm elections.

Officers and diplomats have reported ailments arising from mysterious incidents since 2016. But lawyers for some say future cases may be harder to adjudicate.A recap of the Wordle answers for the past week.Andrew Rincón’s play about reigniting passions in the heavens and the bedroom is a jumble of genres at 59E59 Theaters.The pop star’s decision to replace two words in her song “Heated” follows Lizzo’s removal of the same term, which has been used as a slur against disabled people, from her track “Grrrls.”.

Phillies Fans Are Raucous, but They Didn’t Move a Seismograph

A viral tweet shared by thousands made it look like home runs by Bryce Harper and Alec Bohm had registered as seismic events.Billy Porter brings a heavy-handed touch as the director and adapter of this 1997 musical about prostitutes and pimps in Manhattan’s bad old days.Sondra Radvanovsky has taken on one of opera’s most grueling roles. “You can’t just act it,” she said. “You really have to live it.”. The chief executive of the experimental crypto bank Celsius has told employees about an audacious plan to revive the firm, which filed for bankruptcy in July.Momix’s latest show, now at the Joyce Theater, is inspired by Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland.”. Plus: a new Paris hotel near the Jardin des Plantes, a charming wallpaper line and more recommendations from T Magazine.

The cap was initially expected to end in September. Heathrow said fewer cancellations and shorter waits for luggage meant it could remove the limit.She made her Hollywood debut as Big Mama Thornton, giving a performance that one castmate called “a spiritual experience.”. Two days before the British Open starts at golf’s oldest course, the 15-time major champion said he worried about young players defecting to the Saudi-backed golf series.Nearly everywhere one looked on Wednesday and Thursday, an American man was slamming or slicing or grinding his way into the final 32, and it feels like the 1990s.

He was trained by the maximalist decorator Dorothy Draper, who favored bold colors, and he inherited her aversion to the bland and the beige.The Manhattan museum’s first poet in residence plans to fill the space with “poem signs,” panels, interactive experiences and pop-up readings.In Joseph Han’s debut novel, “Nuclear Family,” a trip to South Korea leads to otherworldly possession and multigenerational, multicontinent fallout.An erstwhile influencer from Fiji clocked 28 million page views with a homemade video of him strutting a runway wearing a ladder, a bench and other household goods.Thornton Wilder’s antic play, from 1942, packs in an ice age, a deluge and midcentury décor. This Lincoln Center Theater production is the maximalist revival it deserves.Readers discuss the affirmative action cases before the Supreme Court. Also: U.S.-Saudi relations; climate protests; a new cabinet position.