New York Rangers player Jacob Trouba buys apartment in Manhattan

Updated January 21, 2022 at. 15.41 ET Professional hockey player Jacob Trouba has bought a condominium in Manhattan for $ 6.7 million, according to public records. Located in the famed condo 443 Greenwich Street in Tribeca, the three-bedroom apartment spans about 3,000 square feet, according to the list. Jacob Trouba. Photo: Joshua Sarner / Icon … Read more

Fiction: ‘The Hummingbird’ by Sandro Veronesi

Sandro Veronesi won Italy’s major book award, the Strega Prize, in 2006 for his powerful novel “Quiet Chaos,” about the existential grappling of a newly widowed father, and he won again in 2020 for “The Hummingbird,” which now appears in English courtesy of translator Elena Pala. Mr. Veronesi is clearly on to something, as far … Read more

‘Seasons of Purgatory’ Review: An Iranian Writer’s Art in Exile

Sometimes we never see the wrongs that blight our lives. Or else we glimpse them once—before the end. In Shahriar Mandanipour’s story “Mummy and Honey,” a viper slips into a house in mourning. It takes up residence, at first “gently coiled around the bitter orange tree.” Grandfather, ruler of the family, has passed. Now Father … Read more

‘Dream-Child’ Review: Madness, Poetry and Dinner With the Lambs

For much of his literary life, Charles Lamb was a jack of all trades and a master of none. He wrote poetry like his Romantic contemporaries and good friends Samuel Taylor Coleridge and William Wordsworth though his verse was of a lesser caliber. He produced a sentimental novel that underwhelmed and a farcical play that … Read more

Who Will Be ‘Jeopardy!’ Host? Who Cares? The Show Is Having a Great Season

“Jeopardy!” hit disaster last year when its host search turned into a sideshow. There is still no permanent host, but the game show is on a hot streak in its 38th season. A historic series of winning runs this season has produced three super champions with at least 10 victories in a row. Reigning champ … Read more

20 Books We Read This Week

By WSJ Books Staff Jan. 14, 2022 4:00 pm ET ‘Liberty Is Sweet’ Review: Unsung Heroes Celebrating the role of the obscure and dispossessed in the Revolution. Jefferson and Washington? Not so much. Review by Adam Rowe Read the review ‘Eight Days in May’ and ‘Aftermath’ Review: Surviving the Time of Wolves Adolf Hitler committed … Read more

Fiction: Kevin Honold’s ‘Molly’ – WSJ

Three miles from the remote New Mexico town of Santa Juana de Arco is a mesa, Kevin Honold writes in his novel “Molly,” and on that mesa there is a trailer where a 9-year-old boy named Raymond has been sent to live with his uncle Edward. It is 1968—Raymond is recalling events from the contemplative … Read more

VMware is a cheap game on cloud computing. Why an analyst became bullish.

Yury Cherenkov / Dreamstime.com Text size In November, Dell Technologies finally implemented a much-anticipated distribution of its majority stake in cloud software provider VMware to Dell owners, but that has not helped the stock. Although it was expected to increase VMware’s ability to work with new partners – including Dell’s competitors – the agreement has … Read more

Apple Stock gets an upgrade of the potential for AR / VR headsets

Text size Fifth Ave. Apple Store in New York during the launch of the iPhone 13 in September. Spencer Platt / Getty Images Apple received some new love from Wall Street as analysts continue to screw up their expectations for the stock to take into account the potential of the company’s hitherto unannounced entry into … Read more

The Los Angeles Mansion ‘The One’ is to be listed for $ 295 million

“The One” mansion in Bel Air. Courtesy unlimited style property photography Text size A 105,000-square-foot mansion in Los Angeles will be the most expensive listing in the United States when it hits the market on Monday with a price tag of $ 295 million. If sold for that amount, the property on the hillside, called … Read more

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