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A bowl of 4,000-year-old noodles was found in northwestern China; and a spokesman for the Chinese Academy of Sciences said that “this is the earliest empirical evidence of noodles ever found.”

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Art, Monday Gallery — January 23, 2017, 5:09 pm

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“Untitled #1673” and “Untitled #1683,” toned photographs with gold paint from the series Kawa=Flow, by Masao Yamamoto. The photographs are currently on view at Yancey Richardson Gallery, in New York City. Images © Masao Yamamoto. Courtesy the artist and Yancey Richardson Gallery

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PM Inauguration 11

Scenes from Donald Trump’s inauguration in Washington, D.C. All photographs by Philip Montgomery for Harper’s Magazine.

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Tower of Babble

Donald J. Trump, a reality-television star erecting a mausoleum for himself behind the first-hole tee of a golf course he owns in New Jersey, first declared his candidacy for president of the United States in the atrium of Trump Tower, which he built in the 1980s with labor provided by hundreds of undocumented Polish workers and concrete purchased at an inflated price from the Gambino and Genovese crime families. “The American dream is dead,” Trump said to the audience members, each of whom he paid $50 to attend. Read more…

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