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Yahoo! ArtsJun 19, 2021
Kansas City teen pastor Michael ‘Grizzy' Griswold dies from COVID-19 at age 39


Yahoo! ArtsJun 19, 2021
Man in shootout with officers was kicked out of his house for not paying rent, police say


BBC Entertainment & ArtsJun 19, 2021
Mosh pits and no masks at Download Festival pilot
This weekend's Download Festival is part of a live event trial to see if large-scale gatherings are possible.

Yahoo! BooksJun 19, 2021
Israeli-Arab party makes history. But will Israeli Arabs benefit?


Yahoo! BooksJun 19, 2021
SC's most shocking crimes throughout history now include mysterious Murdaugh killings


Yahoo! ArtsJun 19, 2021
Justice Dept. sends letter to Missouri governor, says state can't void federal gun laws


Yahoo! ArtsJun 19, 2021
Is it better to get immunity from catching COVID — or vaccines? What science shows


USA Today: BooksJun 19, 2021
5 books not to miss: Brandon Taylor's 'Filthy Animals,' Laura Lippman thriller 'Dream Girl'
Booker Prize finalist Brandon Taylor is back with story collection "Filthy Animals" while Laura Lippman thrills with her latest, "Dream Girl."       

Yahoo! BooksJun 19, 2021
Why is Missouri fighting federal gun rules? State clashes with US justice department


NYTimes ArtsJun 19, 2021
A History of Getting Hammered, and Why Some of Us Should Keep Doing It
In "Drunk," Edward Slingerland plays devil's advocate for the pleasure and utility of Dionysian abandon.

Yahoo! ArtsJun 19, 2021
Live updates Friday: History of shocking SC murders; Paul Murdaugh's apartment searched


Yahoo! BooksJun 19, 2021
Biden returns from world tour to find sinking popularity and spending plans in disarray


Yahoo! BooksJun 19, 2021
Juneteenth: What is the newest US holiday and how is it celebrated?


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VultureJun 19, 2021
SpongeBob's Patrick Star Is the Host With the Most on The Patrick Star Show
Step aside, Jimmy Fallon.

Yahoo! ArtsJun 19, 2021
Trump changed the date of his Juneteenth Tulsa rally after a Black Secret Service agent told him it was 'very offensive,' book says


VultureJun 19, 2021
RuPaul's Drag Race Down Under Season Finale Recap: You're a Winner, Baby
This grand finale feels a little like a vision of what this sometimes-bumpy season could have been.

Yahoo! ArtsJun 19, 2021
Australia takes wine dispute with China to WTO


Yahoo! ArtsJun 19, 2021
Biden got down on one knee to welcome the 94-year-old 'grandmother' of Juneteenth to the White House


Yahoo! ArtsJun 19, 2021
Andrew Lloyd Webber rejects PM's offer for Cinderella to be Covid pilot


Yahoo! ArtsJun 19, 2021
Cuba decided to make its own COVID-19 vaccines. Now it needs syringes


Billboard Music NewsJun 18, 2021
DaBaby, H.E.R., Tyler, The Creator, Leon Bridges & More: What's Your Favorite New Music Release? Vote!
Music lovers had some great new releases to dive into this week, including standouts from DaBaby, H.E.R., Tyler, The Creator, and more. So which release is your favorite? Vote!

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First Stream Latin: New Music From Carla Morrison, Amenazzy, Danna Paola & More (Billboard Music News)
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Billboard Music NewsJun 18, 2021
See the Best Fan Responses to Taylor Swift's Surprise ‘Red (Taylor's Version)' News
See the best fans responses to Taylor Swift's announcement about 'Red (Taylor's Version).'

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Which of Taylor Swift's Re-Recorded ‘Red' Songs Are You Most Excited to Hear? Vote! (Billboard Music News)
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Billboard Music NewsJun 18, 2021
First Stream: New Music From H.E.R., Tyler, The Creator, DaBaby and More
This week, H.E.R. continues to forge her artistic path with a new album; Tyler, The Creator chops down the haters on "Lumberjack"; and DaBaby remains one of hip-hop's most prolific talents. 

BBC Entertainment & ArtsJun 18, 2021
Rock fans return to scaled-back Download Festival pilot
Ten thousand people are taking part in a government-backed pilot version of the three-day rock festival.

Rolling Stone Movie NewsJun 18, 2021
‘Luca': Pixar's Modest, Mondo Italiano ‘Little Mermaid' is Minor — and Still Breaks Your Heart
The latest from the animation juggernaut can't compare to the company's classics, but it still has its charms — and a sense of longing that strikes a chord

NYTimes ArtsJun 18, 2021
Now Sparks Can Confuse Fans on the Big Screen
The musical brothers Ron and Russell Mael are known for catchy songs and perplexing shifts. But they longed to be in films. This summer they're part of two.

New York Times BooksJun 18, 2021
Summer Reading, the I.R.S. and Other Letters to the Editor
Readers respond to recent issues of the Sunday Book Review.

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Billboard Music NewsJun 18, 2021
Taylor Swift Announces ‘Red' As Next Re-Recorded Album, Shares Release Date
Two months after 'Fearless (Taylor's Version),' the first re-recorded album in Taylor Swift's six-album endeavor, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, the pop superstar has announced its follow-up.

NYTimes ArtsJun 18, 2021
New in Paperback: ‘The World's Fastest Man' and ‘Our Time Is Now'
Six new paperbacks to check out this week.

VultureJun 18, 2021
Physical Recap: The New Adventures of Old Sheila
Sheila seems to be, for the very first time, content — which is thrilling, but also confusing and concerning.

NYTimes ArtsJun 18, 2021
In the Weeds of ‘In the Heights'
A conversation about bringing musicals to the big screen, Lin-Manuel Miranda's artistic choices and the critical blowback to the film's casting.

Playbill NewsJun 18, 2021
Watch the Video for 'Shame Shame,' Debut Pop-Dance Track From The Neon Coven's Brandon Alberto
Alberto premiered the first single from his upcoming EP live at Playbill Pride's Glimmer of Light concert June 17.

Billboard Music NewsJun 18, 2021
Chaka Khan, Lionel Richie, Quincy Jones and Smokey Robinson Accept Honors From National Museum of African American Music
The stars were honored with the Rhapsody & Rhythm Award during the seventh annual Celebration of Legends Benefit Concert in Nashville.

NYTimes ArtsJun 18, 2021
The One About Bibi Netanyahu's Father and the Perils of Diaspora
In his new novel, "The Netanyahus," Joshua Cohen imagines a visit by the scholar Benzion Netanyahu to an Ivy League school in the late 1950s.

NYTimes ArtsJun 18, 2021
The Literary Life of Cicadas
The arrival of our buzzing summer friends also brings buggy bookish allusions.

Playbill NewsJun 18, 2021
Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It Documentary Released June 18
The film features interviews with Lin-Manuel Miranda, Whoopi Goldberg, and more.

Playbill NewsJun 18, 2021
Hedwig and the Angry Inch's Neil Patrick Harris and Lena Hall Reunite on Stars in the House June 18
Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley's daily series benefits The Actors Fund.

New York Times MoviesJun 18, 2021
Five Action Movies to Stream Now
From flicks about vengeful gangsters to sagas of postapocalyptic survival, this month's picks include films from around the globe.

VultureJun 18, 2021
Physical Series-Premiere Recap: Desperate Housewife
Brace yourself and dive into the vortex of self-loathing that is Sheila Rubin's interior monologue.

NYTimes ArtsJun 18, 2021
With ‘In the Heights,' Jimmy Smits Sings a Little but Gave It a Lot
He doesn't have a musical theater background, so he worked hard to make one line — "Good morning, Usnavi" — ring out. Now that's how he's being greeted.

BBC Entertainment & ArtsJun 18, 2021
Foo Fighters to release disco album as the Dee Gees
Dave Grohl's band rename themselves the Dee Gees and cover five 1970s hits by the Gibb brothers.

Billboard Music NewsJun 17, 2021
Live Nation Honors Billboard's Executive Director of Hip-Hop and R&B Gail Mitchell For Black Music Month
As part of Black Music Month, Billboard's Gail Mitchell was honored by Live Nation for her lofty contributions and accomplishments in the journalism industry.

AV Club FilmsJun 17, 2021
Billie Eilish says she hated recording her debut album so much she almost didn't make a second one
In her Rolling Stone profile with Brittany Spanos, Gen-Z's pop teen idol Billie Eilish airs her grievances with creating her first album and she details how the pressure of the industry made her never want to pick up the pen again. Ahead of the release of her sophomore album Happier Than Ever, she expands upon…

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NYTimes ArtsJun 17, 2021
‘Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It' Review: An Icon's Growing Pains
This paean to the trailblazing Puerto Rican actress is also a case study in the highs and lows of showbiz for a woman of color.

New York Times MoviesJun 11, 2021
Five Science-Fiction Movies to Stream Now
From "Undergods" to "Greenland," a selection of world-altering films to keep you guessing.

USA Today: BooksMay 28, 2021
The best summer rom-com books that made us hot and bothered in the best way
USA TODAY staff read some of 2021s summer rom-coms and we're recommending our favorites.       

Fandango.com Entertainment NewsFeb 01, 2021
Spotlighting Black Cinema


Cinema can be a powerful tool for education. For Black History Month in 2020, Fandango reached out to members of the African American Film Critics Association (AAFCA) to curate a list of  important films about the Black experience, many of which you can find on Fandango's streaming services, Vudu and FandangoNOW. Fandango is republishing the list, which has been updated by members of the AAFCA with additional titles like Miss Juneteenth, Ma...

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