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Jul 18, 2019

Review: Chekhov's ‘Three Sisters,' Now with Upspeak and Emojis
Halley Feiffer's "Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow" turns the master's refined Russians into "Mean Girls."

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Jul 18, 2019

Review: Black Lives Trapped in a Reimagined ‘Penal Colony'
Miranda Haymon's play relocates Kafka's horrific tale of punishment to a contemporary world where African-American men are expendable entertainment.

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Jul 18, 2019

Review: ‘the way she spoke' Is a Trip to Ciudad Jua´rez
Isaac Gomez's one-woman play follows the trail violence in a city on the Mexican border.

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Jul 18, 2019

Aaron Rosand, Renowned Violinist With a Famous Fiddle, Dies at 92
For decades he played a 1741 instrument. Then he sold it and gave $1.5 million of the proceeds to his alma mater.

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Jul 18, 2019

The ‘Cats' Trailer Just Landed. What Were They Thinking?
We finally get to see Taylor Swift, Jennifer Hudson, James Corden and the newcomer Francesca Hayward all furred up. We have five months to get used to it.

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Jul 18, 2019

Storied Russian Miniatures Dwindling in Face of Icon Revival
Russian miniatures — boxes painted with elaborate fairy tales — once replaced the holy icons banned by the Soviets, but now history is reversing itself.

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Jul 18, 2019

How Much Watching Time Do You Have This Weekend?
Need suggestions? Our TV critic has three great ones, including a slick foreign drama and an overlooked favorite.

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Jul 18, 2019

7 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to film series and special screenings.

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Jul 18, 2019

28 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to new art shows and some that will be closing soon.

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Jul 18, 2019

5 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to the city's best classical music and opera happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

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Jul 18, 2019

6 Comedy Shows to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

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Jul 18, 2019

6 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

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Jul 18, 2019

12 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to pop and rock shows and the best of live jazz happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

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Jul 18, 2019

9 Plays and Musicals to Go to in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.

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Jul 18, 2019

8 Things to Do With Your Kids in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to cultural events in New York City for children and teenagers happening this weekend and in the week ahead.

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Jul 18, 2019

‘Top Gun: Maverick' Trailer: Tom Cruise Unveils Clip at Comic-Con
The promo shows the star reprising his role as Maverick, with a glimpse of Miles Teller as the son of Goose, the first film's sidekick.

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Jul 18, 2019

Kyoto Studio Devastated by Fire Is Revered by Anime Fans
Thirty-three people have died in a fire at Kyoto Animation. Here are some of the studio's most influential works.

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Jul 18, 2019

Fire Island Dance Festival: A Full-Circle Community Experience
Born during the AIDS crisis to raise money for dancers, the festival turns 25, mixing celebration with sorrow.

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Jul 18, 2019

Still Aiming to Confound, the Scrappy Brick Turns a Page
A new leader is about to take over from the Williamsburg theater's founders. A festival there now offers a sense of her transgressive, slightly bonkers vision (sour cream included).

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Jul 18, 2019

11 New Books We Recommend This Week
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

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Jul 18, 2019

As America Debates Abortion, Hollywood Seeks the Realities
Series and films depicting abortion in a matter-of-fact way have markedly increased, a scholar finds. Writers say they're showing what they know.

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Jul 18, 2019

The Louvre Took Down the Sackler Name. Here's Why Other Museums Probably Won't.
Removing a name, even one that has become toxic, is not so easy because of legal concerns and how it might look to other donors.

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Jul 18, 2019

The Kyoto Studio Set on Fire Is Revered by Anime Fans
Thirty-three people have died in a fire at Kyoto Animation. Here are some of the studio's most influential works.

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Jul 18, 2019

Fire Island Dance Festival: A Full-Circle Community Show
Born during the AIDS crisis to raise money for dancers, the festival turns 25, mixing celebration with sorrow.

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Jul 18, 2019

In Praise of Wright Morris
Peter Orner, author of "Maggie Brown & Others," on a writer who specializes in "American oddness."

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Jul 18, 2019

Apollo 11 Anniversary: How to Celebrate This Weekend
Around New York, all roads lead to the moon: Here's a roundup of events honoring the small steps and giant leaps that made the mission possible.

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Jul 18, 2019

Beat the Heat With These 10 Must-See Art Shows
Find a cool reprieve — and endless stimulation — at these exhibitions in New York City.

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Jul 18, 2019

Kyoto Animation Studio Arson Kills 33, Shocking Japan
For the second time in two months, Japan is reeling from devastating violence in a country that is generally considered one of the safest in the world.

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Jul 18, 2019

An Apollo 11 ‘Oratorio,' Told by Those Who Were There
The "Oslo" playwright J.T. Rogers found himself moved stitching a story he thought he knew well: "It is a piece about hope and wonder."

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Jul 18, 2019

New York Galleries: What to See Right Now
Joseph Elmer Yoakum's delirious vistas; Olga Balema's discreet sculptures; and a 12-artist show, "Just Painting," rich with visual echoes.

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Jul 18, 2019

When You Display Ai Weiwei, Beware of Cats
For the sake of their collection, Trey and Jenny Laird had to crawl around to retrieve hundreds of pieces of a tabletop work upset by a pet.

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Jul 18, 2019

Kennedy Center Honors Go to ‘Sesame Street' and Earth, Wind & Fire
Sally Field, Michael Tilson Thomas and Linda Ronstadt round out the honorees.

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Jul 18, 2019

‘Point Blank' Review: A Buddy Flick That Hobbles Along
Starring Anthony Mackie and Frank Grillo, Netflix's 86-minute would-be thriller somehow manages to feel interminable.

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Jul 18, 2019

Review: In ‘The Magic Flute,' Mozart Meets Nosferatu
Lincoln Center's Mostly Mozart Festival presents a staging inspired by animated film and the style of Weimar Berlin.

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Jul 18, 2019

Stephen King Reviews Laura Lippman's New Novel, ‘Lady in the Lake'
An intrepid newspaper reporter — juggling work, desire, ambition and family — investigates two murders in mid-1960s Baltimore.

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Jul 18, 2019

8 Podcasts for the Tech Curious
Following the latest innovations in science and technology may seem daunting, but these podcasts can help.

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Jul 18, 2019

Japan in Shock After Suspected Arson at Kyoto Animation Studio Kills 33
For the second time in two months, Japan is reeling from devastating apparent violence in a country that is generally considered one of the safest in the world.

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Jul 18, 2019

What Disney Risked to Make ‘The Lion King' in 1994
The animated original was hardly the anticipated film the remake is now. But that release 25 years ago changed so much for Disney — and Hollywood.

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Jul 18, 2019

From Russia, With Despair, Self-Loathing and Love
What do two contemporary playwrights have in common with Anton Chekhov? A bunch.

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Jul 18, 2019

Chuck Klosterman Likes Writers Who Aren't Self-Absorbed Sociopaths
The cultural critic and author, most recently, of the story collection "Raised in Captivity" also says that he trusts librarians' literary opinions: "They have no agenda and plenty of free time."

NYTimes Arts
Jul 18, 2019

At Least 33 Dead in Suspected Arson at Japanese Anime Studio
The blaze at Kyoto Animation was one of the worst fires in Japan's recent history. Reports said a man had ignited flammable liquid at the studio.

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Jul 18, 2019

‘The Great Society,' About L.B.J., Is Coming to Broadway
The playwright, Robert Schenkkan, also wrote the Tony-winning "All the Way," about an earlier chapter of the Johnson presidency.

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Jul 18, 2019

At Least 25 Dead in Suspected Arson at Japanese Anime Studio
Officials said more people were feared to have been killed in the blaze at Kyoto Animation. Reports said a man had ignited flammable liquid at the studio.

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Jul 18, 2019

At Avignon Festival, Competition Comes From the Fringe
An underwhelming official lineup led many festivalgoers to branch out into the less well-known complimentary program.

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Jul 18, 2019

‘Cassandro the Exotico!' Review: A Gay Luchador Body Slams Life
Marie Losier's documentary steps into the ring with a Mexican professional wrestler, whose world is equal parts glamour and grunge.

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Jul 18, 2019

‘Bottom of the 9th' Review: A Stroll Around the Baseball Diamond
Joe Manganiello stars as a minor-league baseball player recently returned home from prison in Raymond De Felitta's congenial film.

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Jul 18, 2019

Review: Making a Spectacle of History (and Herself)
Radu Jude's "I Do Not Care if We Go Down in History as Barbarians" is a complicated meditation on the responsibilities — and limits — of art in the face of horror.

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Jul 18, 2019

‘Rosie' Review: Lean Streets
A remarkable Sarah Greene anchors this moving drama about a suddenly homeless Irish family.

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Jul 18, 2019

‘She's Just a Shadow' Review: Tokyo Grift
Gangsters, prostitutes and a murderous pervert collide in Adam Sherman's lurid, orgiastic blood bath.

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Jul 18, 2019

‘A Faithful Man' Review: Low Key. Low Fidelity.
Louis Garrel stars in and directs this film about two women competing for his affections.

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Jul 18, 2019

‘Luz' Review: Crazed and Confused
Tilman Singer's surreally experimental take on demonic possession is as baffling as it is beautiful.

NYTimes Arts
Jul 18, 2019

At Least 20 Dead in Suspected Arson at Japanese Anime Studio
Officials said more people were feared to have been killed in the blaze at Kyoto Animation. Reports said a man had ignited flammable liquid at the studio.

NYTimes Arts
Jul 18, 2019

At Least 13 Dead in Suspected Arson at Japanese Anime Studio
Officials said 11 other people were feared to have been killed at Kyoto Animation. Reports said a man had ignited flammable liquid at the studio.

NYTimes Arts
Jul 18, 2019

Sexual Assault Charge Against Kevin Spacey Is Dropped
After the young man who had accused Mr. Spacey invoked the Fifth Amendment, the district attorney said the prosecution could not go forward.

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Jul 18, 2019

Many Are Feared Dead in Suspected Arson at Japanese Anime Studio
Officials said seven people had been killed at Kyoto Animation and that 17 more may have died. Reports said a man had ignited flammable liquid at the studio.

NYTimes Arts
Jul 18, 2019

‘Go-Home Gate' Roils Late Night (and Congress, Too)
As lawmakers argued over whether President Trump is a racist, Jimmy Kimmel reminded viewers that they'll be able to cast their own votes on the subject next year.

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Jul 18, 2019

At Least 10 Killed in Suspected Arson at Japanese Anime Studio
Japanese news media reported that the police were questioning a suspect who said he had sprayed liquid at the studio, Kyoto Animation.

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Jul 18, 2019

What's on TV Thursday: ‘The Real Housewives of New York City' and ‘Secret Obsession'
The women meet up to rehash all the drama of Season 11 with Andy Cohen. And Brenda Song plays a car crash victim with amnesia in a new Netflix thriller.

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Jul 18, 2019

Dozens Hurt in Suspected Arson Fire at Japanese Anime Studio
Japanese news media reported that the police were questioning a suspect who said he had sprayed liquid at the studio, Kyoto Animation.

NYTimes Arts
Jul 17, 2019

Review: A Mexican Medea Heads to New York in ‘Mojada'
In this retelling of Euripides' tragedy of an abandoned lover, the heroine is a shy seamstress in seclusion in the Queens neighborhood of Corona.

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Jul 17, 2019

‘Beautiful' to Close at the End of October
The Carole King musical has grossed nearly $250 million since opening on Broadway in 2014.

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Jul 17, 2019

Prosecutors Drop Sexual Assault Case Against Kevin Spacey
A young man who had accused Mr. Spacey of fondling him at a Nantucket restaurant had invoked the Fifth Amendment during a hearing, putting the prosecution in jeopardy.

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Jul 17, 2019

‘Tiny: The Life of Erin Blackwell' Review: A Troubled Life Goes On
This follow-up to "Streetwise" finds one of the subjects still struggling.

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Jul 17, 2019

In the ‘Fiddler' Crowd, Far From the Home They Love
The hit Yiddish-language rendition of the classic musical celebrates its first birthday today. An illustrator recently captured what the show meant to a unique audience — refugees.

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Jul 17, 2019

Two Brilliant Siblings and the Curious Consolations of Math
In "The Weil Conjectures," Karen Olsson writes about her own love of math as well as the lives of the great mathematician André Weil and his sister, the philosopher and secular saint Simone Weil.

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Jul 17, 2019

‘David Crosby: Remember My Name' Review: Highs, Lows and Hanging On
Fans will enjoy the backstage access to a Rock Hall of Famer, but much about Crosby's life remains obscure in this documentary.

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Jul 17, 2019

Ed Sheeran's ‘Collaborations': So Many Guests, So Many Questions
His new album features Cardi B, Justin Bieber, Chance the Rapper and countless other stars. But why?

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Jul 17, 2019

Alan Rogan, Keeper of Rock Guitars, Smashed Ones Included, Dies at 68
Of all his clients — the Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton and Paul McCartney among them — Pete Townshend of the Who posed the biggest challenge: repairing what he deliberately wrecked.

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Jul 17, 2019

Review: A Vaclav Havel Trilogy Drives Evening of Political Theater
"Havel: The Passion of Thought," along with work by Harold Pinter and one by Samuel Beckett (dedicated to Havel), takes on morality and tyranny.

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Jul 17, 2019

Down the Rabbit Hole With an Off-Kilter Thom Yorke
The dance in the short film for "Anima" is worthy of a singer who has long demonstrated an intuitive feel for movement.

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Jul 17, 2019

Patrice Rushen Found Success in Jazz and Dance Music. She Hasn't Been Forgotten.
She was already an accomplished jazz bandleader when she began releasing pop albums for Elektra in 1978. A new best-of compilation looks back at her major-label career.

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Jul 17, 2019

Lucette Lagnado, Memoirist of Jews in Old Cairo, Dies at 62
She and her family, whom she later wrote about, were among the last Jews to flee what she called a "cultural holocaust" and ended up in Brooklyn in the early 1960s.

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Jul 17, 2019

Review: Portrait of a Ballerina at Loose Ends
Maria Kochetkova's choices for her showcase, "Catch Her if You Can," aren't embarrassing. But they also aren't memorable.

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Jul 17, 2019

92nd Street Y to Host Ron Howard, Gwyneth Paltrow and Salman Rushdie
The 2019-20 season also features appearances by Billy Porter and Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

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Jul 17, 2019

Woodstock 50 Has No Venue, 30 Days Before It's Supposed to Start
The anniversary festival's organizers were dealt another setback when town officials in Vernon, N.Y., rejected their appeal for permits.

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Jul 17, 2019

A Museum Show for the Spies of Tomorrow
A British intelligence agency is celebrating its 100th anniversary with an exhibition in London that it hopes will attract recruits.

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Jul 17, 2019

Emmy Nominations: Our Critics Discuss ‘Fleabag,' ‘Game of Thrones' and ‘Schitt's Creek'
This year brought welcome newcomers along with 32 nominations for "Game of Thrones." Our TV critics discuss the Emmy nominations, surprises and snubs.

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Jul 17, 2019

Andrea Camilleri, Author of Inspector Montalbano Novels, Dies at 93
Mr. Camilleri was a late-blooming novelist whose series about a Sicilian police officer became wildly popular in Italy and the basis for a television series.

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Jul 17, 2019

Chance the Rapper Really, Really Loves ‘The Lion King'
The rapper discusses the 1994 film's impact on his life and his involvement in the 2019 remake.

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Jul 17, 2019

Louvre Removes Sackler Family Name From Its Walls
Signs and plaques honoring a donation from the family, which has been linked to the opioid crisis in the United States, were taken down or covered at the Paris museum.

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Jul 17, 2019

What Boris Johnson's Forgotten Novel Says About the U.K.'s Likely Leader
He's the author of a farce called "Seventy-Two Virgins," a Churchill biography and a book in verse about pushy parents. They all say something about his personality.

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Jul 17, 2019

How Can ‘Moulin Rouge! The Musical' Upstage the Movie? With 70 Songs
Finding spots for the pop songs, credited to 161 writers, and getting the rights, was no cancan.

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Jul 17, 2019

One Small Step for Experimental Space Gear. Many Giant Leaps of Imagination.
A gallery of scenes from when the space age was young and extraterrestrial travel looked fun.

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Jul 17, 2019

‘Orange Is the New Black,' the Star-Making Machine
The Netflix series, which comes to an end this month, has fostered many careers since its debut in 2013.

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Jul 17, 2019

‘Orange Is the New Black' Taught Us What Netflix Was For
The prison drama was a landmark series of a time when the format and faces of TV were dramatically changing.

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Jul 17, 2019

The Kids Are Not All Right
Three summer thrillers — by Ruth Ware, Adrian McKinty and Alex North — feature children in peril.

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Jul 17, 2019

Pharrell Williams Discovers His Inner Child in a Gun-Filled Manga World
The singer, producer and entrepreneur has curated a show in Paris of work by the Japanese artist Mr.

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Jul 17, 2019

Trevor Noah Says Trump's Racism Might Not Be in His Bones
"Maybe it is in your spleen — we don't know!" the "Daily Show" host said. "It could be anywhere."

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Jul 17, 2019

What's on TV Wednesday: ‘Suits' and ‘Babylon'
The long-running legal drama begins its final season, and a British reggae classic is available to stream.

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Jul 17, 2019

‘Hustlers' Trailer: Cardi B Helps J. Lo and Constance Wu Get Revenge
Lizzo is also on hand in this based-on-a-true-story tale of strippers who turn the tables on their customers.

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Jul 16, 2019

Johnny Clegg, South African Singer Who Battled Apartheid With Music, Is Dead at 66
With the bands Juluka and Savuka and as a solo artist, Mr. Clegg fused Western and African cultural influences and defied racial separation.

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Jul 16, 2019

Johnny Clegg, Who Battled Apartheid With Music, Is Dead at 66
With the bands Juluka and Savuka and as a solo artist, Mr. Clegg fused Western and African cultural influences and defied racial separation.

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Jul 16, 2019

E. Katherine Kerr, Actress and Playwright, Is Dead at 82
She appeared onscreen with Meryl Streep, won an award for her Off Broadway work, and later distinguished herself as a writer and a teacher.

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Jul 16, 2019

Could Jack Have Fit? A ‘Titanic' Question for DiCaprio
With teasing help from Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie, a decades-long debate goes on, and on.

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Jul 16, 2019

In Turnabout, a Key Witness Is Cooperating in R. Kelly Case
A young woman's refusal to testify against the singer was crucial to his acquittal in a 2008 trial, but her lawyer says she is now cooperating with prosecutors.

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Jul 16, 2019

Could Jack Have Fit? ‘Titanic' Question Lands at Leonardo DiCaprio's Door
With help from Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie, the great debate wages on, and on.

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Jul 16, 2019

Natasha Lyonne Is Thrilled For ‘Russian Doll' and the Emmys, We Think
The twisty Netflix comedy received 13 Emmy nominations for its first season, but its star and creator is already thinking about Season 2.

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Jul 16, 2019

Eugene Levy on His Emmy Nods and the Heart of ‘Schitt's Creek'
The comedy veteran received his first Emmy acting nomination.

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Jul 16, 2019

Natasha Lyonne Is Thrilled For ‘Russian Doll,' We Think
The twisty Netflix comedy received 13 Emmy nominations for its first season, but its star and creator is already thinking about Season 2.

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Jul 16, 2019

He Turned the Met Museum's Collection Into an Orchestra
Oliver Beer's "Vessel Orchestra" includes 32 objects, ancient to modern, chosen for the sounds hidden within them.

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