Mandhir Todd Inn is a 4-pearl hotel located right off Panaji Beach, with direct access to the beach via a private road. There are 60 rooms and suites, all with luxurious furnishings and amenities. Facilities at the Mandhir Todd Inn include a beautiful courtyard pool with a children’s area, a beauty salon, and a fitness…

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Jean-Henri Fabre, known for his popular books on insects, was a man of many hobbies.

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Challenges began for Ms. Uffner in 2006, when the landlord of the building she occupied in Midtown “invited” her, as she put it, to break her lease early. He was selling the building and wanted her out, but moving thousands of racks of clothing was going to be an ordeal. At the same time commercial…

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“President Biden said yesterday that his first year in office has been ‘a year of challenges,’ but he’d rather focus on the positives, like your Covid test.” — SETH MEYERS “It seems like just yesterday our democracy was being held hostage by a cabal of obstructionists who didn’t want every vote counted. Oh, wait, that…

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Judith Arcana was 27 and recently separated from her husband when she began driving women surreptitiously for safe — but illegal — abortions. The year was 1970, she was an out-of-work teacher on the South Side of Chicago, and she was spending her days counseling women in need. “I don’t think we were crazy,” said…

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This weekend I have … 11 minutes, and I’m fried. ‘The Last Open Mic at the End of the World’When to watch: Now, on YouTube or HBO Max. In this alt comedy short, Megan Koester hosts a sort of drive-in open mic, where comics stay in their cars and she sits in a warehouse, occasionally…

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OLGA DIES DREAMING, by Xochitl Gonzalez. (Flatiron, $27.99.) Liberation is at the heart of this debut novel about a wedding planner who is the daughter of a revolutionary. Gonzalez’s thoughtful story grapples with questions of how to break free from a mother’s manipulations, from shame, from pride indistinguishable from fear, from abandonment, from oppression and…

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College athletics, beyond just the NCAA, has been backed into a corner surrounded by barbed wire. There are few paths out. At this point, seemingly no amount of litigation or committees or legislation can deny what is inevitably coming down the tracks like a runaway train. In some way, shape or form, athletes in the…

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For the singer, songwriter and producer Lachi, the acronym was everything. She helped start the organization that would become RAMPD — Recording Artists and Music Professionals with Disabilities — in July 2021, but it was a few months earlier, after moderating a panel for the Recording Academy about disability inclusion, that she came up with…

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This dramedy from Jason Katims brings three young adults on the autism spectrum to vivid life, with empathy and a light touch.

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