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Playbill NewsApr 16, 2021
In the Heights Film Premiere to Open 2021 Tribeca Festival, With Screenings Across New York City
Anthony Ramos, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Corey Hawkins, and more star in the film adaptation of the Lin-Manuel Miranda-Quiara Alegría Hudes Best Musical winner.

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Tribeca Festival to Open With World Premiere of ‘In the Heights' (Billboard Music News)
In the Heights Takes the 1 Train to Tribeca Festival for Its World Premiere (Vulture)

Yahoo! ArtsApr 16, 2021
Biden announces U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan


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Biden news: Pence undergoes pacemaker operation as Sanders pays Trump rare compliment on Afghanistan (Yahoo! Arts)
Biden imposes new sanctions on Russia in response to 2020 election interference (Yahoo! Arts)

Billboard Music NewsApr 16, 2021
20 Questions With Wild Pink: Inside Their Surprise Covers EP, Including a ‘Weird and Sad' Taylor Swift Version
Wild Pink's John Ross answers Billboard's 20 questions about the covers EP, his musical upbringing and the genesis of the band's Taylor Swift cover.

Billboard Music NewsApr 16, 2021
Chris Brown, Young Thug, Future, Lil Durk & Mulatto Unleash ‘Go Crazy' Remix Video: Watch
Chris Brown and Young Thug are ready to "Go Crazy" like its summer 2020 all over again with a new remix of their hit featuring Future, Lil Durk and Mulatto.

Yahoo! ArtsApr 16, 2021
Adam Toledo shooting - latest: Eric Stillman named as officer as AOC blasts lies over 13-year-old's killing


VultureApr 16, 2021
The Challenge: All Stars Recap: Ice, Ice Baby
The most shocking part of this week's episode is that Jemmye has convinced people she's an expert in strategy and a prized ally.

USA Today: BooksApr 16, 2021
Publishing company Simon & Schuster won't distribute book by officer from Breonna Taylor raid
Simon & Schuster announced it will not distribute a book written by Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly, who took part in the fatal Breonna Taylor apartment raid.       

Yahoo! ArtsApr 16, 2021
Lawyer for the police officer who shot Adam Toledo complained that people haven't asked how his client was doing


Billboard Music NewsApr 16, 2021
Taylor Swift Smashes Records In Australia as ‘Fearless (Taylor's Version)' Debuts at No. 1
Taylor Swift scores an eighth leader in Australia, as "Fearless (Taylor's Version)" bows at No. 1 on the ARIA chart.

Yahoo! BooksApr 16, 2021
Missouri House rejects Rick Roeber's resignation, buying time to finish investigation


NYTimes ArtsApr 16, 2021
‘In the Heights' Will Premiere at the Tribeca Festival
The movie musical is set to play the United Palace in Washington Heights, the neighborhood where the story is set. It will also screen outdoors in all five boroughs.

Yahoo! ArtsApr 16, 2021
Chicago releases video of fatal police shooting of 13-year-old boy


Yahoo! ArtsApr 16, 2021
He was waving a knife at a Ross Dress for Less. A Broward deputy shot him, sheriff says


Yahoo! BooksApr 16, 2021
How a music teacher falsely accused of pedophilia sparked the Matt Gaetz investigation


BBC Entertainment & ArtsApr 16, 2021
Tickets still being sold for June shows that can't take place as planned
Shows by Alicia Keys, Haim and Mrs Brown's Boys won't go ahead as planned this June.

VultureApr 16, 2021
Will Abusive Behavior Allegations Tank Scott Rudin's Career?
According to Hollywood insiders, it will take a lot more than the THR piece — and may even depend on Hugh Jackman.

Yahoo! ArtsApr 16, 2021
Adam Toledo: Fresh police shooting of 13-year-old boy with his hands up puts America on edge


Yahoo! BooksApr 16, 2021
Biden says it's 'time to end America's longest war' as he reveals plans to bring US troops home from Afghanistan


NYTimes ArtsApr 16, 2021
The Twists and Turns of Black History
In different ways, three new books guide readers through the long struggle for equal rights.

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Playbill Vault's Today in Theatre History: April 16 (Playbill News)

Playbill NewsApr 16, 2021
Tina, Slave Play, Pride Plays, More Win Casting Society of America's 2021 Artios Awards
Yvette Nicole Brown hosted the April 15 virtual ceremony.

Yahoo! BooksApr 16, 2021
GOP leaders diverge on Trump, putting party in limbo


Yahoo! BooksApr 16, 2021
‘We failed him': Mayor voices sorrow as prosecutors admit 13-year-old Adam Toledo wasn't holding gun


Yahoo! BooksApr 16, 2021
Indian cop arrested in Kashmir for blocking anti-rebel ops


Billboard Music NewsApr 16, 2021
First Stream: New Music From Young Thug, Iann Dior, Eric Church and More
This week, Young Thug brings his YSL compatriots along for another ride, Iann Dior wants to blow up in back-to-back years, and Eric Church offers part one of an epic trilogy. 

NYTimes ArtsApr 16, 2021
Gina Prince-Bythewood: Movies Won't Be the Same Without the ArcLight
For the director Gina Prince-Bythewood, seeing her movie premiere there or just a poster for it on display was a sign that her work mattered. News of the closure hit hard.

VultureApr 16, 2021
One of Your Favorite Rappers Is Probably on Young Thug's Slime Language 2
Guests include Drake, Future, Travis Scott, Big Sean, Kid Cudi, Meek Mill, Lil Uzi Vert, and Skepta.

Billboard Music NewsApr 16, 2021
Hosts Keith Urban and Mickey Guyton on What to Expect at the 2021 ACM Awards
Mickey Guyton and Keith Urban on what to expect at this year's ACM Awards.

Yahoo! ArtsApr 16, 2021
American voters overwhelmingly like the stuff the GOP wants to strip out of Biden's infrastructure plan


Yahoo! ArtsApr 16, 2021
‘Worse than any war zone.' Teacher's killing reveals drug cartels' growing NC footprint


Yahoo! ArtsApr 16, 2021
Beijing official in Hong Kong warns against foreign meddling


Yahoo! ArtsApr 16, 2021
The Matt Gaetz Problem That GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy Wishes Would Just Go Away


NYTimes ArtsApr 16, 2021
‘Arlo the Alligator Boy' Review: Of Songs and Scales
This hyperactive animated Netflix musical for kids, with messages of empowerment and references to "Midnight Cowboy," has a lot on its plate.

Billboard Music NewsApr 16, 2021
Troye Sivan Takes Us for a Tour of His Home, Drops Thumping New Track ‘You': Stream It Now
Sivan teased the track on April 1, and shared it in full overnight on digital music services.

Billboard Music NewsApr 16, 2021
Saweetie Gets the Party Started With ‘Pretty Summer Playlist': Stream It Now
The 27-year-old California rapper drops "Pretty Summer Playlist: Season 1," a seven-track EP packed with assists from up-and-comers.

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Saweetie Is Feeling ‘Risky,' Drops Video and Pretty Summer Playlist: Season 1 EP (Vulture)

NYTimes ArtsApr 15, 2021
10 New Books We Recommend This Week
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

Billboard Music NewsApr 15, 2021
Maluma & Piso 21 Close the 2021 Latin AMAs with ‘Más de la Una'
Maluma was joined by Piso 21 for a performance of  'Más de la Una' to close out 2021 Latin AMAs on Thursday (April 15).

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Joss Favela & Ana Barbara Honor Joan Sebastian With Special Tribute at the 2021 Latin AMAs (Billboard Music News)

VultureApr 15, 2021
Made for Love Season-Finale Recap: Bring It on Home to Me
After a diner debate with Byron on the meaning of free will and happiness, Hazel makes a decision directly at odds with her position.

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Kung Fu Recap: The Quiet Within (Vulture)

New York Times BooksApr 15, 2021
Simon & Schuster Says It Won't Distribute Book by Officer Who Shot Breonna Taylor
Plans by Post Hill Press to publish the book, written by Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly, have drawn sharp criticism.

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Louisville cop involved in deadly Breonna Taylor raid writing a book; critics condemn project (USA Today: Books)

Playbill NewsApr 15, 2021
Brian Stokes Mitchell, Alan Menken, Andrea Martin, Josh Groban, More Set for 2021 Broadway Teachers Workshop
The stars will work with theatre teachers at the online conference focused on preparing for a post-COVID academic year.

BBC Entertainment & ArtsApr 15, 2021
Moulin Rouge! star quits stage show over Scott Rudin allegations
Karen Olivo says she is taking a stand against high-profile Hollywood producer Scott Rudin.

AV Club FilmsApr 15, 2021
Fountains Of Wayne's Jody Porter and dozens of musicians to host musical celebration of Adam Schlesinger's life
Last April, award-winning film/TV composer, producer, and Fountains Of Wayne co-founder Adam Schlesinger died of COVID-19 complications. Shortly after his death, Rachel Bloom (who worked with Schlesinger on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend), Sarah Silverman, Jeff Rosenstock, Sad13, Charly Bliss, Nada Surf, and other artists…

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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.

AV Club FilmsApr 15, 2021
A Late Show writer looks at the tiny J&J vaccine risk and says, yeah, women will take those odds
"While we're in the tunnel, we still have to keep our foot on the gas," was Stephen Colbert's message to his fellow lockdown-weary Americans on Wednesday. And if that particular "light at the the end of the tunnel" analogy wasn't the most original, at least he didn't pile on the sports metaphors like beleaguered (by…

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Candace Bushnell's Solo Show Is There Still Sex in the City? Will Premiere at Bucks County Playhouse (Playbill News)

Billboard Music NewsApr 15, 2021
Which 2021 ACM Awards Performance Do You Want to See Most? Vote!
At Sunday's ACM Awards, more than 30 country acts are set to hit the stage for a mix of medleys, collaborations and solo showstoppers -- but which one are you looking forward to the most?

VultureApr 15, 2021
Younger Recap: Pitches Get Stitches
Quinn Tyler has returned to screw up Empirical's fragile dynamic once again.

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Younger Recap: Bent and Broken (Vulture)

USA Today: BooksApr 15, 2021
Oprah Winfrey's new book 'What Happened to You,' book tour to focus on trauma
The media mogul tweeted on Thursday announcing her new book "What Happened to You" will focus on understanding trauma.       

Billboard Music NewsApr 15, 2021
Little Big Town's Phillip Sweet Tests Positive for COVID-19, Will Sit Out ACM Awards Performance
Little Big Town will be a bit smaller when they take the stage at the ACM Awards. The country group announced that Phillip Sweet has tested positive for COVID-19.

AV Club FilmsApr 15, 2021
Arcade Fire releases 45-minute song that you can only hear on the Headspace meditation app
Just a few weeks after finally releasing the soundtrack to Spike Jonze's Her, Arcade Fire is back with some new music that is actually new! Unfortunately, there's a catch. Actually, there are a few catches… maybe three or four?

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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.

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.

NYTimes ArtsApr 15, 2021
A Family, and a Nation Under Apartheid, Tears at the Seams
"The Promise," Damon Galgut's latest novel, is a portrait of pain and change in South Africa.

Playbill NewsApr 13, 2021
Theatre Unions Condemn 'Aggressive Harassing Behavior' in Wake of Scott Rudin Allegations
Actors' Equity Association, SAG-AFTRA, and the American Federation of Musicians Local 802 released a joint statement.

USA Today: BooksMar 13, 2021
Rom-com reading: The best new books that made us laugh, swoon and root for love
USA TODAY staff read some of 2021s latest rom-coms and we're recommending our favorites.       

Fandango.com Entertainment NewsMar 05, 2021
30 Essential Movies Directed by Women According to Gina Prince-Bythewood, Alma Har'el and Issa López


March is Women's History Month, and we're celebrating by showcasing women of the past and present, whether real or fictional, who have made a difference in movies and television. They might be pioneering filmmakers or trailblazing critics or iconic heroes on screen. All of them are worth not just remembering but also appreciating continuously, carrying forth their legacy.  History is not made up of isolated events and singular figures. It's an ongoing thread of the...

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DVD ReviewsOct 30, 2018
The Love Boat: Season Four (Volumes 1 & 2)
The Love Boat (Season Four, Volumes 1 & 2), from the 1980-81 season, chugs right along with its parade of obvious but likeable romantic melodrama and low-brow comedy, its romanticized notions of cruise ship vacations, occasional exotic location shooting and, most importantly, its parade of guest stars: hot and cold TV talent, has-beens, barely-beens, famous-because-they're-famous types, nostalgic TV faces from the past, sports personalities, and sometimes even major old-time movie stars. Though probably few would admit it now, back in the late 1970s pretty much everyone not on a date or otherwise engaged on Saturday night tuned in to ABC's one-two punch of The Love Boat at 9:00 and Fantasy Island at 10:00pm. Though often unpardonably corny and melodramatic, The Love Boat was also daringly innovative from a production standpoint, and so tantalizingly glamorized and exo...Read the entire review




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