A Chicago Divided, A Superman Model, and the Clothes of Girls
A summary of the best reads found behind the paywall of The New York Times.
Behind the New York Times pay wall, you only get 10 free clicks a month. For those worried about hitting their limit, we're taking a look through the paper each morning to find the stories that can make your clicks count.
Top Stories: The plethora of homicides in Chicago have accentuated a long standing geographic divide in the city.
World: The Lingnan Health Center, "an organization run largely by gay volunteers," serves as an example of how China is making strides in its treatment of H.I.V./AIDS.
U.S.: Some members of Texas law enforcement have been active on both sides of the drug trade.
New York: Tipping in New York City cabs is down after fares have increased.
Business: Toyota is bouncing back after "what has been a tumultuous four years."
Sports: With the Baltimore Ravens' Ray Lewis announcing plans to retire, it's "almost impossible to imagine the N.F.L. without Lewis."
Books: Sketches of a model for Superman named Stanley Weiss by the hero's creator Joe Shuster will be on display at the Center for Jewish History.
Art & Design: Conceptual and performance artist Trisha Donnelly has taken on the task of creating the Museum of Modern Art's Artist's Choice exhibition for this year and has "done the Artist’s Choice tradition proud."
Fashion & Style: Bob Morris tries to see if his dog Zoloft passes the screening process for the Ruff Club in the East Village. How the girls on Girls are dressed: "You watch Lena Dunham and crew and think, There, with the grace of God, I wenteth."