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Sweet, Salty, Sour — and Part of Mexico’s Soul

It’s the dish Mexico craves every September. Chiles en nogada — stuffed poblano peppers topped with a creamy walnut sauce — makes a brief but grand appearance on Mexican tables starting in late August, and is eaten to celebrate Independence Day on Sept. 16. “It’s elegant and a part of …

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Serena Williams Lost, but Her Legacy is Winning

It felt like destiny, like Serena Williams was playing with the caress of fate. Most everyone in the stands at Arthur Ashe Stadium expected her to win the United States Open on an electric Saturday afternoon. Most everyone thought that she would beat Bianca Andreescu, the talented but still inexperienced …

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