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VultureApr 15, 2021
Warrior Lives to Fight Another Day, or, More Accurately, Another Season
The streamer picked up the period action-drama after two season on Cinemax.

NYTimes ArtsApr 15, 2021
‘Monday' Review: A Year of Love and Its Hangovers
Fiery physical contact keeps an expat couple together in Greece, and the sex scenes are enough for a half-dozen movies.

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‘Ride or Die' Review: Killing for Love (NYTimes Arts)

Yahoo! BooksApr 15, 2021
Secretary of State Blinken in Afghanistan to sell Biden troop withdrawal


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Biden called George W. Bush before he announced his Afghanistan troop withdrawal plan - but neither said whether Bush supported it (Yahoo! Books)
The Taliban and Afghan government may both be unhappy with Biden's troop withdrawal plan (Yahoo! Arts)

Playbill NewsApr 15, 2021
Drag Superstar Alyssa Edwards Sashays Her Way to the West End With Alyssa, Memoirs of a Queen!
Take a look at the trailer for the drag spectacular—and yes, there are tongue pops.

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Late night hosts cheer the end of the Afghanistan War, gawk at Matt Gaetz's 'champagne-fueled sex parties' (Yahoo! Arts)

NYTimes ArtsApr 15, 2021
A New York Intellectual Bastion Finds a New Home
The New York Institute for the Humanities, founded in 1977 as a venue for cross-disciplinary conversation, is moving to the New York Public Library.

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New York Times's Book Review Podcast Celebrates 15 Years (NYTimes Arts)

VultureApr 15, 2021
Younger Goes Full Rom-Com in Its Farewell Season
With its central narrative tension resolved, the series shifts all the way into fun and frothy mode.

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Younger Season-Premiere Recap: Undefined (Vulture)

NYTimes ArtsApr 15, 2021
‘Bill Traylor: Chasing Ghosts' Review: He Made a ‘Pill for the Pain'
Blues, silhouettes, two-dimensional figures at play. This artist created mystical experiences from whatever scraps he could find.

NYTimes ArtsApr 15, 2021
‘Why Did You Kill Me?' Review: To Catfish a Killer
In this Netflix true crime documentary, murder meets Myspace.

NYTimes ArtsApr 15, 2021
‘The Banishing' Review: Choosing My Religion
A haunted English manor serves up incoherent shocks to a young cleric and his family in this Gothic melodrama streaming on Shudder.

VultureApr 15, 2021
Made for Love Recap: Coming Out of My Cage and I've Been Doing Just Fine
Byron is ready to connect on a personal level, which might honestly be more frightening than the alternative.

Playbill NewsApr 15, 2021
Sutton Foster-Led Younger Begins 7th and Final Season April 15
The series returns on Paramount with Hilary Duff, Nico Tortorella, and Debi Mazar.

AV Club FilmsApr 15, 2021
How did we ever get so swept up in Game Of Thrones? Just look to the pilot
Game Of Thrones meant a great deal to me, both personally and professionally. Writing about the show helped me build a career. But I can't get past my hatred over how it ended. That's why I've been adamant about never doing a re-watch—Tyrion certainly doesn't look back fondly on the first half of the Oberyn/Mountain…

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Playbill NewsApr 15, 2021
Disney's Frozen Sets New Dates for West End Opening
Check out Samantha Barks, Stephanie McKeon and more in costume.

Yahoo! ArtsApr 15, 2021
1 Texans QB accuser drops suit, citing privacy, security


Yahoo! ArtsApr 15, 2021
After union fight, Jeff Bezos to focus on Amazon workers


Yahoo! ArtsApr 15, 2021
Fox News called him socialist. Rush said he'd fail. What $70K minimum-wage CEO says now


Yahoo! ArtsApr 15, 2021
US set to sanction a dozen Russian individuals, 24 entities for influencing the 2020 election, SolarWinds hack


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Biden expels Russian diplomats and announces new sanctions in retaliation for hacking (Yahoo! Books)

VultureApr 15, 2021
The Philharmonic's First Concert Back Brought Me Panic and Solace
At the Shed, Caroline Shaw's Entr'acte and Strauss's Metamorphosen.

Yahoo! ArtsApr 15, 2021
17-foot shark leaves Outer Banks, shows up 2,000 miles east on other side of Atlantic


Billboard Music NewsApr 15, 2021
NY Philharmonic Performs First Concert With Audience in 13 Months
Esa-Pekka Salonen walked on stage to join the New York Philharmonic on Wednesday (April 14), which had not gathered before an audience for exactly 400 days.

Yahoo! ArtsApr 15, 2021
Sydney man finds snake in lettuce bought at supermarket


Yahoo! ArtsApr 15, 2021
Many GOP officials still privately hope prosecutors, some other outside force will make Trump go away


Yahoo! BooksApr 15, 2021
The cop who shot and killed Ashli Babbitt during the Capitol riot won't be charged, the Justice Department announced


NYTimes ArtsApr 15, 2021
‘We Broke Up' Review: Breaking Up Is Hard to Watch
A longtime couple tries to keep their fractured relationship a secret during a family wedding in this melancholic romantic comedy.

NYTimes ArtsApr 15, 2021
‘In the Earth' Review: Grassroots Horror
Ben Wheatley gets back to basics with this horror movie conceived during the pandemic.

Yahoo! BooksApr 15, 2021
Police Officer Who Shot and Killed Daunte Wright Was Training Others


NYTimes ArtsApr 15, 2021
Gabriela Garcia Remembers the Women Who Helped Make Her a Best Seller
"Of Women and Salt" is a novel about sisters and mothers — and its author is an expert on these subjects.

Playbill NewsApr 15, 2021
Playbill Vault's Today in Theatre History: April 15
Next to Normal, starring Alice Ripley, opens on Broadway in 2009.

NYTimes ArtsApr 15, 2021
‘Downstream to Kinshasa' Review: Sisyphean Persistence
Dieudo Hamadi's documentary follows survivors of war as they demand long-overdue government compensation.

VultureApr 14, 2021
Mike Flanagan Blasts Off With Christopher Pike's Mars Novel Season of Passage
Someone warn Elon.

NYTimes ArtsApr 14, 2021
The 6 Best Speeches of Awards Season So Far
From a pajama-clad Jodie Foster to the teary "Minari" child star Alan S. Kim, they managed to make their acceptance speeches work from home.

Playbill NewsApr 14, 2021
Come From Away Sets Reopening Date in London's West End
The Olivier-winning musical will return to the Phoenix Theatre.

NYTimes ArtsApr 14, 2021
The Triumph of the Celebrity Endorsement
Shilling stars used to be accused of "selling out." Now they're hailed as savvy investors and giving the performances of their careers.

NYTimes ArtsApr 13, 2021
The Women of NPR, When NPR Was a Start-Up
Lisa Napoli's "Susan, Linda, Nina & Cokie" follows four reporters who helped make the scrappy nonprofit into an American institution.

VultureApr 11, 2021
Nomadland Picks Up a Vanload of BAFTAs on Its Journey Through Awards Season
While Daniel Kaluuya and Youn Yuh-jung collect another Best Supporting award each.
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