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Jun 26, 2019

A Newer New Museum Is Coming, With Twice as Much Space
Rather than renovate the building next door, OMA started from scratch and designed an architecturally distinct expansion on the Bowery.

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Jun 26, 2019

Beth Chapman, Star of ‘Dog the Bounty Hunter,' Dies at 51
Alongside her husband, Ms. Chapman starred in the reality show "Dog the Bounty Hunter," an eight-season hit for A&E. Her battle with cancer was the subject of a two-hour special.

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Jun 26, 2019

What to See in New York Art Galleries Right Now
Steven Parrino's dark monochromes; Brice Marden's Cold Mountain drawings; Neo Rauch's surrealistic sketches; and out-of-this-world jewelry in ‘Non-Stick Nostalgia.'

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Jun 26, 2019

Can an Outsider Tell the Story of Post-Revolution Egypt?
In "The Buried" Peter Hessler, the New Yorker writer, weaves together stories from his experience of living in Cairo for the past five years.

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Jun 26, 2019

In ‘Flash Count Diary,' Darcey Steinke Documents the Enigma, the Rage and the Power of Menopause
Steinke ponders the metaphysical implications of a biological change with the help of Germaine Greer, Simone de Beauvoir and a whale named Lolita.

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Jun 26, 2019

‘Yesterday' Review: I Saw a Film Today, Oh Boy
Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis invite you to imagine there's no Beatles.

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Jun 26, 2019

Thom Yorke Lightens Up, Ever So Slightly
On his new solo album, "Anima," the Radiohead frontman pushes beyond solitude and suggests that the dread that fills many of his songs is not all-consuming.

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Jun 26, 2019

Mystery Buyer Snaps Up Painting Attributed to Caravaggio Before Auction
The auctioneers said the painting will go on show in "an important museum." But who bought it and where it's going are still unknown.

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Jun 26, 2019

From the Graphic Novelist Seth, a Masterwork 20 Years in the Making
"Clyde Fans" tells the multigenerational story of a Toronto family who sells electric fans — a visual epic that captures the passage of time.

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Jun 26, 2019

The Short Rise and Long Tail of Lil Nas X
"Old Town Road" was just the beginning for the 20-year-old rapper and meme artist, but of what?

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Jun 26, 2019

For a TV Editor, 500 New Shows a Year Require a Fresh Script
Coverage is adapting to a flood of programming, and tools that Jeremy Egner relied on for "Game of Thrones" (hello, fan wikis!) are now being applied to other shows.

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Jun 26, 2019

The Painter Alvaro Barrington on the Art He ‘Steals' From
In a London gallery, a display of the works the New York artist admires and absorbs.

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Jun 26, 2019

Connecting the Dots at Masterpiece London
At this year's fair, ceramics that tell tales of history and an ancient coin are among the highlights.

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Jun 26, 2019

Global Art Fairs Extend a Welcome to Children
Through education and hands-on projects, shows like Masterpiece London try to raise awareness and spark creativity.

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Jun 26, 2019

Bice Lazzari's Art Finds a Spotlight at Masterpiece
The Italian artist is not yet a household name, but her reputation is growing at museums and art fairs.

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Jun 26, 2019

‘Maiden' Review: Racing Toward Equality
Alex Holmes's documentary about a yachting race revisits the ocean terrors and corrosive sexism faced by an all-woman crew.

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Jun 26, 2019

Batman Through the Decades, in Black and White
A look at some of the highlights in a Batman exhibition at the Society of Illustrators.

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Jun 26, 2019

Behind the Scenes of Choosing the Best Memoirs
The Times's book critics discuss the process of selecting the 50 best memoirs published in the past 50 years.

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Jun 26, 2019

MoMA PS1 Looks to Moscow to Hire New Director
Kate Fowle brings her cultural expertise to Queens from the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Russia. She succeeds Klaus Biesenbach, who departed in October.

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Jun 26, 2019

How ‘Jane the Virgin' Made a Better Man of Justin Baldoni
He talks about the ways he and his TV character evolved. (Just don't call him a Wife Guy.)

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Jun 26, 2019

How Audra McDonald and Michael Shannon Got Intimate
To make the actors comfortable, the director of "Frankie and Johnny" brought in an expert in staging sex scenes — Broadway's first, and certainly not its last.

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Jun 26, 2019

Celebrities Read the Mueller Report, and It's a Dark Comedy
The star-studded performance was surreal and unsubtle, but somehow fitting for a political era of tragedy-as-farce.

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Jun 26, 2019

IMDb Lists Transgender Stars' Birth Names; Hollywood Coalition Protests
The actors' union is mounting a legal challenge that has now been joined by Glaad and other advocacy groups.

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Jun 26, 2019

He Was a Famed Novelist of America's Underclass. What Happened?
"Never a Lovely So Real," a biography of Nelson Algren by Colin Asher, captures the human drama and literary achievement of a writer once considered among America's greatest.

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Jun 26, 2019

These Kids Know ‘Stranger Things.' But What's Stranger Than Growing Up?
Monstrous evil isn't the only thing that's grown in the fictional town of Hawkins, Ind. The young stars of Netflix's coming-of-age series reflect on where they've been and where they're headed.

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Jun 26, 2019

Golf Balls! Pencils! Whales! What Makes an Author's Obsession a Thrill, Not a Bore?
Mary Norris considers how fixation-prone writers manage to captivate (or lose) their readers.

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Jun 26, 2019

Trevor Noah on Trump's ‘Not My Type' Defense: ‘That's Not a Good Denial'
The president's response to E. Jean Carroll's accusation of sexual assault drew scorn from Noah and other late-night hosts.

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Jun 26, 2019

What's on TV Wednesday: A Democratic Debate and ‘Hamlet'
The first presidential debates of the Democratic primary race kicks off in Miami. And ahead of a new "Ophelia," stream a great performance of "Macbeth."

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Jun 25, 2019

‘King Kong' and ‘Cher Show' Musicals Announce Closings
Each show arrived on Broadway with a big name in its title and major creative talents behind the scenes. But audiences kept their distance.

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Jun 25, 2019

Bill Cosby, Calling His Trial Unfair, Files a Formal Appeal
His lawyers assert that it was improper to admit testimony from five other women who had accused him of sexual assault.

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Jun 25, 2019

‘King Kong' Musical Will Close in August on Broadway
The enormous puppet playing the towering title character was a showstopper, but the costly production was unable to build an audience.

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Jun 25, 2019

Charles Ginnever, Sculptor on a Grand Scale, Dies at 87
His steel geometric forms are in parks and other public spaces all over the United States.

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Jun 25, 2019

A Rich, Twisted, Gloriously Cacophonous Novel of Village Life
In Max Porter's "Lanny" — equal parts fairy tale, domestic drama and fable — a mischievous little boy goes missing.

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Jun 25, 2019

Photos: WorldPride Begins in New York
New York City is hosting this year's WorldPride celebration and commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall rebellion. From parades to drag shows, here are scenes from the week.

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Jun 25, 2019

Jason Moran Will Bring His Interdisciplinary Jazz Approach to the Whitney
The pianist and conceptualist has always blended visual media with jazz improvisation. His first solo museum show arrives in New York in September.

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Jun 25, 2019

A Captivating Coming-of-Age Story Inspired by the Tudors
The young heroine of Dylan Meconis's graphic novel "Queen of the Sea" learns how suddenly, and ruthlessly, fortune can turn a queen into a pawn.

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Jun 25, 2019

How ‘The Twilight Zone' First Saw Man on the Moon
The 1959 pilot episode, airing a decade before the first moon landing, bore what would become the series' hallmark: narrating Cold War anxieties through a mix of science and superstition.

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Jun 25, 2019

‘The Chambermaid' Review: Amid Luxury, an Entrancing Drudgery
Lila Avilés's modest and miraculous first feature finds pathos and a hint of magic in the routines of a young hotel worker.

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Jun 25, 2019

Where Is Michael Jackson's Legacy 10 Years After His Death?
Radio play is down slightly, but the King of Pop's Vegas show goes on and Broadway is still in the air despite HBO's "Leaving Neverland."

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Jun 25, 2019

On ‘Africa Speaks,' Santana Finds a Worthy Partner in Buika
Carlos Santana's new album started when he brought a playlist of African songs to the producer Rick Rubin. Then the 71-year-old guitarist found the LP's voice on the internet.

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Jun 25, 2019

The Flea Season, Starring Taylor Mac and Mac Wellman
"The Season of Anarchy: The Return of the Macs" will include a new play by Mr. Mac and a festival of works by Mr. Wellman.

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Jun 25, 2019

Mark Haddon's Strange, Exciting New Novel Has Its Roots in Ancient Myth
"The Porpoise," with a nod to Shakespeare and the Greeks, updates the legend of Apollonius with a new focus on the story's women.

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Jun 25, 2019

Joyce Pensato, Who Made Cartoon Characters Complex, Dies at 77
Ms. Pensato, who found art-world success relatively late, transformed the likes of Mickey Mouse and Batman into ambiguous and sometimes scary creatures.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 25, 2019

Megan Thee Stallion Knows ‘Tuition Ain't No Joke'
The 24-year-old rapper hosted a kinder beauty pageant, with scholarship money as the prize.

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Jun 25, 2019

Review: ‘The Investigation' Makes the Mueller Report a Dark-Comic Indictment
The star-studded reading was surreal and unsubtle but somehow fitting for a political era of tragedy-as-farce.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 25, 2019

Awkwafina's Makeup Revelation in the Subway: ‘I Looked Insane'
And the "Crazy Rich Asians" star's yoga routine? "Basically lying down and putting a leg in the air, you know."

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Jun 25, 2019

Roberto Bolle Says Goodbye to American Ballet Theater, but Not to Dance
For years, the Italian star has been a partner for ballerinas in their farewell performances. Last week, it was his turn to take a final bow.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 25, 2019

Review: Masculinity Takes a Beating in ‘Square Go'
A boy, his best friend and an unseen bully negotiate fear and fantasy in an imaginary wrestling ring, with the audience encouraged to cheer.

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Jun 25, 2019

A Venom-Spiked Cocktail of Marriage, Family and Murder
Sadie Jones's "The Snakes" is a modern morality tale, a creepy, scary novel about the corrosive effects of money and power.

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Jun 25, 2019

A Rich, Engrossing Family Saga, Spiked With Sisterly Malice
Claire Lombardo's debut, "The Most Fun We Ever Had," follows a family of four daughters through the decades.

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Jun 25, 2019

Twenty Years After a Brutal Massacre, It's Payback Time
Anita Anand's "The Patient Assassin" documents the life of a peripatetic Indian laborer who waited decades for a chance to kill an official of the Raj.

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Jun 25, 2019

On the Centennial of Iris Murdoch's Birth, Remembering a 20th-Century Giant
Murdoch was the rare kind of great, buoyant, confident writer who was in touch with both animal and intellectual instincts.

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Jun 25, 2019

Seth Meyers Says Every Day With Trump Is Like ‘Fight Club'
Baffled by the president's reversal on Iran, Meyers predicts "we're going to find him in the parking lot outside the White House beating the crap out of himself."

NYTimes Arts
Jun 25, 2019

What's on TV Tuesday: ‘The People Versus the Party' and ‘Only One Mike'
A new documentary peels back the curtain on the Tiananmen Square protests. And Mike Epps lands his second Netflix special.

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Jun 24, 2019

New York City's Public Libraries to End Film Streaming Through Kanopy
The libraries cited unsustainable costs in ending the service. Cinephiles took to social media with their reactions.

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Jun 24, 2019

Getting ‘Ink' on Their Hands
Audience members with compromised vision had the rare chance to feel their way through the Broadway show's elaborate set before a recent performance.

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Jun 24, 2019

Watching ‘Euphoria,' Two Young Recovering Addicts Saw Themselves
The women, now in their 20s and in rehab, said they recognized their own lives in the HBO show's portrayal of teen drug use.

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Jun 24, 2019

Joyce Pensato, Who Made Cartoon Characters Complex, Dies at 78
Ms. Pensato, who found art-world success relatively late, transformed the likes of Mickey Mouse and Batman into ambiguous and sometimes scary creatures.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 24, 2019

‘Annabelle Comes Home' Review: An Evil Doll Returns and She's Not Alone
This lethargic film delivers an abundance of haunted-house clichés and few genuine scares.

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Jun 24, 2019

The Russo Brothers: Even We Have a Hard Time Getting Small Films Made
For our project on the future of movies, the ‘Avengers' directors also see the traditional two-hour narrative losing steam.

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Jun 24, 2019

Robert Therrien, Sculptor, Dies at 71; He Made the Mundane Monumental
Mr. Therrien's dining room table was the model for his best-known work: a 10-foot-high replica that let viewers see it from below, as a child might.

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Jun 24, 2019

Madonna Hits No. 1 for a Ninth Time With ‘Madame X'
The pop star's new album debuted at the top of the chart with assistance from a ticket bundle.

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Jun 24, 2019

For an Immigrant Family, Sarajevo Still Casts Its Shadow
In a two-part memoir, "My Parents/This Does Not Belong to You," Aleksandar Hemon shows how Bosnia and its wartime strife have shaped a life of exile.

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Jun 24, 2019

‘Legion' Picks Up the Pieces of a Shattering Twist
The creator Noah Hawley discusses how the heady FX drama will evolve in its final season, now that its hero has done "something that we can't morally tolerate."

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Jun 24, 2019

Review: In ‘Leap,' a Quarter-Life Crisis Goes On for a Lifetime
Chana Porter's absurdist take on "Peer Gynt" finds a young woman trying on new identities but finding that none quite fit.

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Jun 24, 2019

J.D. Allen Wants You to Know Who He Is, With or Without His Saxophone
After years of hardship, the 46-year-old musician has become one of jazz's premier bandleaders by going against the grain, and by letting his music speak for itself.

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Jun 24, 2019

Elizabeth Banks: It's Getting Harder to Make Money in Hollywood
For our project on the future of movies, the director and actress notes there are more opportunities but smaller paychecks.

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Jun 24, 2019

Barry Jenkins: No Matter the Format, Filmmaking Is as Expensive as Ever
For our project on the future of movies, the director wrestles with the changes being wrought by the streaming revolution.

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Jun 24, 2019

The Holocaust Survivor Who Deciphered Nazi Doublespeak
The personal papers of one of World War II's earliest historians reveals an obsession with how Nazis distorted the German language.

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Jun 24, 2019

Familiar Operas Are Stunningly Fresh in English
With "Rigoletto" and "The Coronation of Poppea," Opera Theater of St. Louis remains committed to presenting works in translation.

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Jun 24, 2019

Marvel's Heroes Take Center Stage
Marvel Entertainment and Samuel French team up for a series of educational plays for teenagers.

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Jun 24, 2019

For Fans of Ottessa Moshfegh, a Debut Novel of Female Psychosis
Juliet Escoria's "Juliet the Maniac" sees the life of a bipolar teenager in gut-wrenching fragments.

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Jun 24, 2019

A Presidential Candidate Assesses the Nation's Political Ills
Michael Bennet's "The Land of Flickering Lights" is a call to end the partisan stalemate in Washington.

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Jun 24, 2019

‘Big Little Lies' Season 2, Episode 3 Recap: The Truth Hurts
The therapists of Monterey have their work cut out for them.

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Jun 24, 2019

What's on TV Monday: ‘The Hills: New Beginnings' and ‘Dark'
Mischa Barton joins the MTV reality show, and Netflix's time travel crime thriller returns.

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Jun 23, 2019

‘Toy Story 4' Tops Box Office, but Falls Short of Studio's Hopes
The Pixar sequel made around $118 million in domestic theaters, $22 million less than Disney expected. It still flattened the competition.

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Jun 23, 2019

Review: Decapitating American History in ‘King Philip's Head'
Daniel Glenn's astutely goofy portrait of legislative gridlock in the Plymouth Colony casts women as some seriously conflicted founding fathers.

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Jun 23, 2019

Review: A ‘Stonewall' Opera Reflects the Diversity of Queer History
New York City Opera has commissioned a new work for the 50th anniversary of the riots that have come to signify the birth of the gay rights movement.

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Jun 23, 2019

Review: Details Matter in Riccardo Muti's Precise ‘Aida'
The conductor led the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Chorus in a Verdi performance that was crystal clear, yet too cool to the touch.

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Jun 23, 2019

Michael Jaffee, Who Co-Founded Early-Music Group, Dies at 81
With his wife, he created the Waverly Consort, which brought medieval and Renaissance music back to life and spurred new interest in the field.

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Jun 23, 2019

The ‘Euphoria' Teenagers Are Wild. But Most Real Teenagers Are Tame.
Kids these days are the ‘cautious generation,' the evidence shows.

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Jun 23, 2019

Review: In ‘Years and Years,' Things Fall Apart, Fast
Russell T Davies's near-future dystopia, like the reality it builds on, can be too overwhelming to connect with.

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Jun 23, 2019

Naked, Afraid and Transgender: ‘The Wilderness Couldn't Care Less'
Quince Mountain is the first openly transgender person to be on the Discovery's reality TV show. He found the experience to be a relief.

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Jun 23, 2019

The Week in Books
Revisiting the moon landing ahead of its anniversary, the return of Jackson Brodie and more.

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Jun 23, 2019

Who Gets to Sit on the Supreme Court?
Carl Hulse's "Confirmation Bias" recounts the recent battles to fill Antonin Scalia's seat.

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Jun 23, 2019

How Supreme Court Nominations Became So Partisan
Carl Hulse's "Confirmation Bias" recounts the recent battles to fill Antonin Scalia's seat.

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Jun 23, 2019

What's on TV Sunday: The BET Awards and ‘Apollo 11'
Cardi B, Lil Nas X and others perform at the BET Awards. And the well-received Todd Douglas Miller documentary about Apollo 11 airs on CNN.

NYTimes Arts
Jun 22, 2019

Trump Emphatically Denies Sexual Assault Allegation by E. Jean Carroll
President Trump said he had "no idea" who Ms. Carroll was in comments to reporters outside the White House on Saturday.

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Jun 22, 2019

World's Ugliest Dog, Scamp the Tramp, Comes From a Family of Winners
Scamp was found wandering the streets of Compton, Calif., licking Taco Bell wrappers before being adopted from an animal shelter.

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Jun 22, 2019

Botched Statue of St. George Is ‘Unrestored' to Its Dignity
Specialists in Spain spent $34,000 to fix a church statue that had ended up looking like Tintin after a paint job.

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Jun 22, 2019

Jon M. Chu: Young Filmmakers Don't Have the Baggage of Self-Hatred
For our project on the future of movies, the director is mostly hopeful that diversity will take hold, but still realistic.

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Jun 22, 2019

J.J. Abrams: Even Giant Event Movies Aren't a Given at the Box Office
For our project on the future of movies, the director argues that when filmgoers want something, they will find a way to get it now.

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Jun 22, 2019

Jessica Chastain: Stars Needn't Let Studios Decide Which Women Are Valuable
For our project on the future of movies, the actress says she and her peers are showing how creatives can take control from executives.

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Jun 22, 2019

The Week in Arts: John Cameron Mitchell Brings Back ‘Hedwig'; L.G.B.T.Q. Films Roll Out for Pride
Music from the pioneering punk-rock musical comes to Manhattan's Town Hall, Jennifer Monson dances at dawn and OVID.tv streams a Pride Month series.

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Jun 22, 2019

What's on TV Saturday: ‘Love Island' and Big3 Basketball
Season 5 of the British reality show begins streaming on Hulu. And Ice Cube's three-on-three basketball league kicks off its third season.

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Jun 21, 2019

E. Jean Carroll Accuses Trump of Sexual Assault in Her Memoir
In her forthcoming book "What Do We Need Men For?," the Elle advice columnist says the president assaulted her in the 1990s.

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Jun 21, 2019

Trump Accused of Sexual Assault in E. Jean Carroll's Memoir
In her forthcoming book "What Do We Need Men For?," the Elle advice columnist says the president raped her in the 1990s.

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Jun 21, 2019

David Esterly, 75, Master Carver Steeped in History and Nature, Dies
A self-taught artist's muse was a 17th-century master woodcarver for the English crown.

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Jun 21, 2019

11 of Our Best Weekend Reads
18 questions and 21 Democrats. 103 and still running. L.G.B.T.Q. elders speak. Judge Judy is still judging you. A.G. Sulzberger on Trump and treason.

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Jun 21, 2019

Suzan Pitt, 75, Wildly Inventive Animation Filmmaker, Dies
Ms. Pitt's short films were vivid, immersive fantasies influenced by her dreams, underground comics and the cartoons of Max Fleischer.

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