Now Mr. Lloyd is back at the same address with a starry revival of “Betrayal,” one of the most frequently performed plays by the Nobel laureate, who died in 2008. And lest anyone assume that casting the movie star Tom Hiddleston in a familiar Pinter title was a cynical cash grab, think again. Extended through June 8 to meet ticket demand, this “Betrayal” represents a benchmark achievement for everyone involved, and shows Pinter’s 1978 play in a revealing, even radical, new light. Workhorse’s technology has been praised by some in the truck business. “Their products have really performed well,” said Chris Nordh, senior director for advanced vehicle technologies at Ryder. “I don’t get calls from the field about problems with the trucks.”
— Barbara Ann Brothers, Staunton, Va. “Some people have criticized our use of that statistic. They have said the impact could look a little bigger if we compared overall industry revenue, changed the time frame or factored in taxes and tips. They have argued that 10 percent is huge in a low-margin field and that a business is not just about revenue.Delivered in 2-3 bussiness days
Top image grid, from top left: The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Brittainy Newman/The New York Times; Gina Beavers; second row from left, Dolly Faibyshev for The New York Times; Estate of T. C. Cannon; Brittainy Newman/The New York Times; third row from left, via Museum of the City of New York; Vincent Tullo for The New York Times; bottom row from left, Jeenah Moon for The New York Times; Estate of Charlotte Posenenske, Frankfurt; Bill Jacobson Studio, via Dia Art Foundation; Todd Heisler/The New York Times. “It’s forcing transparency into the conversation,” he said.
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Log In“At a time when the president’s words are being weaponized by violent extremists, it’s important to speak in direct terms about who he is,” said Sawyer Hackett, the national press secretary for Julián Castro, a presidential candidate and former housing secretary. “He is a racist who fans the flames of white nationalism and white supremacy.” And well after the 1940s and ’50s heyday of jazz clubs, Mr. Yaged continued to play, with a mixture of relentlessness and joy, into his 90s. He was 91 when he, the pianist Irving Fields (then 99) and the Yiddish entertainer Fyvush Finkel (also 91) teamed up for performances at Baruch College in 2014.