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Yahoo! ArtsOct 01, 2020
Can the presidential debates be saved?
The first presidential debate was called the "worst debate in American history." Can changes to the rules or format make the next two events worthwhile?


Playbill NewsOct 01, 2020
Playbill Vault's Today in Theatre History: October 1
In 1999, James Joyce's The Dead makes its world premiere Off-Broadway.

Rolling Stone Movie ReviewsSep 30, 2020
‘The Boys in the Band': A Queer History Lesson With Plenty of Shade
The new movie adaptation, from director Joe Mantello and producer Ryan Murphy, is packed with openly gay Hollywood stars reprising their Broadway roles

AV Club FilmsSep 30, 2020
One of Fred Willard's final interviews was for this excellent Best In Show oral history
It was more than four months ago that comic actor and frequent scene-stealer Fred Willard died. Today, one of this final interviews can be read in The Ringer's new oral history of Best In Show, a Christopher Guest comedy many cite as one of his best. Guest, Eugene Levy, Catherine O'Hara, Parker Posey, and a number of…

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Yahoo! ArtsSep 30, 2020
Washington Post analysis reveals coronavirus recession is 'most unequal' in history
The coronavirus led to steeper job losses than the U.S. has ever seen — and it's hitting certain demographics harder than others.Americans are slowly starting to regain the massive number of jobs lost at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. But a data analysis by The Washington Post showed mothers of young children, Black people, young Americans, and some other groups have recovered more slowly than others, leading the Post to label the COVID-19 recession "the most unequal in modern U.S. history.""Between February and April, 10 percent of Americans ages 25 to 54 lost their jobs," leading the percentage of employed Americans to hit its lowest level since 1975, the Post writes. As of August, about half of those jobs have been regained, but the recovery hasn't been equal. While white Americans have recovered more than half of their jobs, Black Americans have regained just over a third of theirs, the Post analysis shows.Young Americans age 20-24 meanwhile saw the steepest drop of any age group early in the pandemic, while workers age 25-34 have seen the shallowest recovery rate of any age group. Mothers also lost a greater percentage of their jobs than fathers did, and have seen slower recovery, especially if they're raising young children. And when directly compared to the 1990, 2001, and 2008 recessions, it's clear the COVID-19 pandemic hit the lowest-earning Americans harder than ever before. NEW: The covid recession hit low-wage workers 8x harder than high-wage wor

AV Club FilmsSep 30, 2020
Classic Cookbooks: Beeton's Book Of Household Management, edited by Isabella Beeton
If time travel ever becomes an option, I'd prefer my first expedition to be to Victorian England. It's not that I have any special affinity for the Victorians—I'm sure the corsets and hoop skirts (or bustles, depending on the decade) would be very uncomfortable, as would the London smog. But the Victorians did an…

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