300 Click for offerFrancis himself was offering some joy to the few people invited to welcome him at the Vatican residence Saturday night. Ms. Reisman is now importing Indigo’s approach to the United States. Last year, Indigo opened its first American outpost, at a luxury mall in Millburn, N.J., and she eventually plans to open a cluster of Indigos in the Northeast.
“By the hour, Hamas gains more criticism from their base,” said Shimrit Meir, an Israeli analyst of the Arab world. “Hamas fighters are watching this and saying, ‘What about us? What have we become?’” A block over from Nicolaci Palace, in what used to be the prince’s wine cellar, is one of Noto’s best trattorias, its barrel-vaulted rooms now filled with Bertoia chairs, starburst pendants and mounted maiolica. The dishes, too, are a satisfying mix of classic and contemporary — try the linguine with seared red prawns or the tagliatelle with duck Bolognese. As in its former life, the space also carries an impressive array of Sicilian wines, from the peppery Nero d’Avola to the dessertlike Malvasia delle Lipari. mannanoto.itXS M S
TYPE ::MOUNTAIN BIKEThe Times sent Ms. Agins, who lives in Brooklyn, to her native Chicago last month for what promised to be a historic vote: a contest between two black women, who bested 12 other candidates in the primary. Mr. Modi’s cult of personality has grown so much his followers in the state of Gujarat have built a temple in his name, complete with a statue of the prime minister. A retired engineer in Uttar Pradesh, India’s most populous state, which includes Varanasi, has said he is raising money for a second Modi temple.
BRAND ::SPORTS SCOTTYThere's another potential problem, too. The recalled vehicles might also have their instrument clusters in a factory mode, which reduces battery drain but also disables warning alerts and chimes, in addition to hiding the PRNDL gear position. That last bit again violates the FMVSS, which requires gear positions and the selected gear to be displayed whenever a vehicle isn't in Park. McCabe’s favorite administration figure is Vice President Mike Pence, who for all his other failings remained cordial, even sympathetic, in his personal dealings. Rosenstein stands somewhere in the middle, his tortured ambivalence toward Trump’s erratic behavior leading to the appointment of a special counsel to investigate the Trump-Russia connection. (Oddly, the book omits the explosive story McCabe told “60 Minutes” about plans for Rosenstein to secretly tape the president in case evidence was needed to remove him from office.) And somewhere near the bottom stands Sessions, whose demeanor regularly left McCabe dumbfounded and depressed: “His major interest in any given topic tended to be the immigration angle, even when there was no immigration angle.” Inquiring about any terrorist suspect, Sessions invariably asked: “Where’s he from?” When told, “Sir, he’s a U.S. citizen, he was born here,” he’d ask, “Where are his parents from?” Obsessed with foreign narcotics trafficking, Sessions mystified bureau officials by urging them to hunt down Colombian drug boats on the high seas. “He seemed to think that the F.B.I. had some kind of navy at its disposal.”
Ms. Rushen was 23 years old in 1978 when she began recording an impressive run of dance-pop albums for Elektra. Already she was the author of three recordings as a jazz bandleader, had played on dozens of other people’s albums as a session musician and was touring around the world. Along the way, she’d earned a music degree from the University of Southern California. A new election could turn out the same as the last, leading to the same stalemate, or not. Voter turnout could be affected. New faces could join the race.