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Yahoo! ArtsApr 13, 2021
J&J vaccine paused by U.S. federal agencies over blood clot reports


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Kansas, Missouri suspend Johnson & Johnson vaccine, following lead of federal agencies (Yahoo! Arts)
U.S. urges pause in use of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine over blood clot concerns (Yahoo! Arts)

NYTimes ArtsApr 13, 2021
An Old Man's Youthful Fascinations Animate Cynthia Ozick's New Novel
The protagonist of the author's latest work, "Antiquities," recounts his obsession with Egyptian artifacts and his boyhood friendship with an unusual classmate.

Playbill NewsApr 13, 2021
Brenda Braxton Guest Hosts Stars in the House April 13
Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley's daily series benefits The Actors Fund.

Yahoo! ArtsApr 13, 2021
14 Ways to Do Memphis Without Doing Memphis


Yahoo! ArtsApr 13, 2021
Police shooting of Daunte Wright puts spotlight on 'pretextual arrest' laws


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Minnesota mayor says police officer who fatally shot Daunte Wright should be fired and face 'full accountability' (Yahoo! Arts)

Yahoo! BooksApr 13, 2021
Retired Navy admiral says U.S. looks either 'complicit' or 'ignorant' in Iran nuclear facility blackout


Yahoo! ArtsApr 13, 2021
Russia says U.S. warships should steer clear of Crimea ‘for their own good'


Billboard Music NewsApr 13, 2021
‘American Idol': Paula Abdul and Randy Jackson Return, Wyatt Pike Drops Out
American Idol was full of surprises on Monday night (April 13), with Paula Abdul returning to spell quarantined Luke Bryan and top 12 contestant Wyatt Pike unexpectedly dropping out.

Yahoo! ArtsApr 13, 2021
Brooklyn Center Police Chief says 'we train with our handguns on our dominant side and our Taser on our weak side,' casting doubt on 'accidental discharge' theory


NYTimes ArtsApr 13, 2021
Missing Girls and a Bit of Mysticism, in Paula McLain's Debut Thriller
In "When the Stars Go Dark," the author of "The Paris Wife" tries her hand at a new genre.

NYTimes ArtsApr 13, 2021
‘Love Made You Black': Gazes of Desire and Despair in a New Novel
Caleb Azumah Nelson's debut, "Open Water," sets a romance between 20-somethings against the backdrop of racial oppression in southeast London.

VultureApr 13, 2021
Paula Abdul Wishes ‘STD' Simon Cowell Could Have Joined Her American Idol Return
Abdul joked about missing her "super, talented, debonair" former costar while filling in for current host Luke Bryan.

Playbill NewsApr 13, 2021
The Last 5 Years, Starring Nasia Thomas and Nicholas Edwards, Begins Encore Stream April 13
Tony winner Jason Michael Webb directs the Drama League-nominated production of the Jason Robert Brown musical.

Playbill NewsApr 13, 2021
Do You Know In What Shows These 25 Stars Made Their Broadway Debuts?
Test your Broadway knowledge.

Yahoo! ArtsApr 13, 2021
Jeff City can't let Grain Belt Express trample Missourians' private property rights


Yahoo! ArtsApr 13, 2021
Ex-youth worker charged with rape was known for 'wrestling'


NYTimes ArtsApr 13, 2021
One Man's Attempt to Solve a Mystery at the Top of Mount Everest
In "The Third Pole," the author and adventurer Mark Synnott documents his attempt to find the lost body of a 1924 explorer.

Billboard Music NewsApr 13, 2021
Gabby Barrett's ‘The Good Ones' Tops Country Airplay: ‘I'm So Grateful For My Husband, Who Truly Is a Good One'
Gabby Barrett achieves her second career-opening No. 1 on Billboard's Country Airplay chart, as "The Good Ones" rises 4-1 on the April 17-dated list.

BBC Entertainment & ArtsApr 13, 2021
Bridgerton: Netflix commissions third and fourth series
"We think audiences will continue to swoon for this show," the streaming giant says.

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Netflix doesn't care that you don't want to watch Bridgerton without Regé-Jean Page, renews the show for seasons 3 and 4 (AV Club Films)

Yahoo! ArtsApr 13, 2021
India to approve coronavirus shots green-lit by WHO, others


Yahoo! ArtsApr 13, 2021
Pope asks US bishop to resign after cover-up investigation


BBC Entertainment & ArtsApr 13, 2021
Another Round: Thomas Vinterberg on his Bafta winning film
The director dedicated the film to his daughter, Ida, who died four days into filming.

Yahoo! ArtsApr 13, 2021
Unusual treatment shows promise for kids with brain tumors


Yahoo! ArtsApr 13, 2021
Canary Islands hotel offers shelter to migrants in need


BBC Entertainment & ArtsApr 13, 2021
The Simpsons: Hank Azaria apologises for voicing Indian character Apu
The actor says part of him feels he needs to apologise to 'every single Indian person'.

New York Times BooksApr 13, 2021
How Do You Write an Anthony Bourdain Book Without Anthony Bourdain?
After the author and TV personality's death, his longtime assistant was left to finish his last book, a world travel guide.

NYTimes ArtsApr 13, 2021
Paul Theroux's New Novel Takes On Life's Crashing Waves
"Under the Wave at Waimea" follows a former surfer through a reflective and ultimately transformative period.

AV Club FilmsApr 13, 2021
Thomas Vinterberg on acting drunk, Mads Mikkelsen, and his Oscar-nominated Another Round
One month ago, the Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences announced the nominations for this year's delayed, pandemic-era Oscars. If there was one true surprise on the list read by Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Nick Jonas, it was in the historically competitive Best Director race. There, among expected names like…

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VultureApr 13, 2021
Hank Azaria Wants to ‘Personally Apologize' to Every Indian Person for Apu
"It's important. I apologize for my part in creating that and participating in that."

Playbill NewsApr 12, 2021
Stars in the House Will Reunite The Producers Stars Nathan Lane, Matthew Broderick, Cady Huffman, More
Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley's daily series benefits The Actors Fund.

AV Club FilmsApr 12, 2021
Lucy Liu joins Helen Mirren on the Shazam! sequel's team of villains
And here we thought Helen Mirren was powerful enough to destroy Shazam all on her own! Last month, we reported that Mirren had joined the cast of Shazam! Fury Of The Gods, the sequel to the 2019 Shazam! movie, as the villainous Hespera—who we had heard was "a daughter of Atlas." Now, Warner Bros. has cast a second…

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Lucy Liu Joins Shazam! Sequel as Helen Mirren's Villianous Sister (Vulture)

Playbill NewsApr 12, 2021
Date Set for Stream of Waiting for Godot Starring Ethan Hawke and John Leguizamo
Directed by Scott Elliott, the virtual production is the first presented by The New Group Off Stage.

Billboard Music NewsApr 12, 2021
Luke Bryan Tests Positive for COVID-19, Paula Abdul to Judge ‘Idol's' 1st Live Show in His Place
Luke Bryan has tested positive for coronavirus and will not film American Idol's first live episode on Monday (April 12). Paula Abdul returns to fill his seat.

AV Club FilmsApr 12, 2021
Arclight Cinemas and Pacific Theatres around the country will be staying closed for good
The COVID-19 pandemic has been bad for everyone (except politicians who conveniently moved some money around in the early days for no reason and assholes who were already very rich going in), but movie theaters in particular were put in the brutally difficult position of relying on movie studios to put out movies and …

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AV Club FilmsApr 12, 2021
Hank Azaria feels the need to "personally apologize" to every Indian person for voicing Apu
The Simpsons was somewhat slow to embrace the trend of animated shows moving away from having white actors voice non-white characters, to the point that the show actively pushed back against the shift initially, but—to his credit—voice actor Hank Azaria was quicker than some of his Simpsons colleagues to recognize the…

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USA Today: BooksApr 12, 2021
AC/DC singer Brian Johnson set to release 'The Lives of Brian' memoir this fall
"I've had some long nights and some great nights, bad days and a lot of good ones," Brian Johnson of AC/DC posted about his upcoming memoir.       

VultureApr 12, 2021
The 50 Best Movies on Peacock
Lost in Translation, Bridesmaids, Short Term 12, and 47 other great films.

AV Club FilmsApr 12, 2021
Here's everything you need to know about the 2021 Oscars
It's Moira Rose's favorite season: awards. But obviously, given how COVID-19 is still a thing, awards ceremonies are very different this time around. This year's Oscars will be the first under the pandemic and the Academy Awards decided to forego the painful awkwardness of a Zoom ceremony like the one we sat through…

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Rolling Stone Movie NewsApr 12, 2021
Ron Howard and Clint Howard to Release ‘The Boys' Memoir
Memoir will follow Hollywood brothers' lives from their careers as child actors

Rolling Stone Movie NewsApr 12, 2021
Will Smith Pulls ‘Emancipation' Production From Georgia in Protest of New Voting Law
"We cannot in good conscience provide economic support to a government that enacts regressive voting laws that are designed to restrict voter access," actor and director Antoine Fuqua said

AV Club FilmsApr 12, 2021
Bad Bunny is heading on his Último Tour Del Mundo in 2022
Bad Bunny released two albums last year, YHLQMDLG and El Último Tour Del Mundo, that he sadly couldn't tour for. Some lucky fans in New York City got to see him perform while riding a bus from Yankee Stadium to Harlem Hospital, as a tribute to healthcare workers. But you can't name your album El Último Tour Del Mundo…

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BBC Entertainment & ArtsApr 12, 2021
The Friends reunion has been filmed in Los Angeles: Here's what we know
The Friends cast reunited after almost 17 years last week. Here's all we know about the one-off show.

BBC Entertainment & ArtsApr 12, 2021
Will Smith's slavery film Emancipation pulls out of Georgia over voting laws
Smith says he's "compelled" to move filming elsewhere because of Georgia's "regressive" voting laws.

Billboard Music NewsApr 12, 2021
Bad Bunny Announces 2022 El Ultimo Tour Del Mundo After WrestleMania 37 Debut
After wowing the crowd at WrestleMania 37 on Saturday night with his impressive ring skills, Bad Bunny announced the dates for his 2022 El Último Tour del Mundo tour.

Playbill NewsApr 10, 2021
Stars in the House Reunites The Kids Are All Right's Annette Bening, Julianne Moore, Mark Ruffalo, More April 10
Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley's daily series benefits The Actors Fund.

AV Club FilmsApr 09, 2021
Here's your first look at the new Showtime comedy Flatbush Misdemeanors
One of a surprising number of series ordered during the pandemic (because, you know, we were in a pandemic), new comedy Flatbush Misdemeanors is set to debut on Showtime on May 23. The series comes from Dan Perlman and Kevin Iso, who are also the two leads. Flatbush Misdemeanors began as web series in 2017, picking up…

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Playbill NewsApr 05, 2021
Playbill's Weekly Streaming Guide: What to Watch April 5-9
An online reading starring sisters Phylicia Rashad and Debbie Allen, Mandy Gonzalez's book release, and more online offerings this week.

New York Times MoviesApr 01, 2021
The Best Movies and TV Shows Coming to Amazon, HBO Max, Hulu and More in April
Every month, streaming services add movies and TV shows to its library. Here are our picks for some of April's most promising new titles.

USA Today: BooksMar 02, 2021
Reese Witherspoon picks 'Infinite Country' by Patricia Engel for March's book club read
Looking for a good book? Actress, producer and passionate book-lover Reese Witherspoon has quite a few to recommend via her Hello Sunshine book club.      

The A.V. Club - MusicJul 17, 2018
This just-published Anthony Bourdain interview is a scorcher
Writer Maria Bustillos first connected with Anthony Bourdain after she wrote a lengthy piece for Eater diving into his early career as a crime novelist. Bourdain tweeted his appreciation for the article, which inspired Bustillos to ask for an interview with Bourdain for her blockchain-backed, "alt-worldly" website …

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