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5 Ways Harvey Weinstein’s Lawyers Plan to Fight the Accusations Against Him 3h Updated 5 Ways Harvey Weinstein’s Lawyers Plan to Fight the Accusations Against Him
The cases — one criminal, the other civil — will be decided in two Manhattan courtrooms, and include allegations ranging from sexual assault to a cover-up by his former company.
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Rihanna appointed as ambassador by Barbados5h Rihanna appointed as ambassador by Barbados
The pop icon, designer, actress says she "couldn't be more proud" to take on the government role.
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The New Vanguard: Orrin Evans Has Been Playing Jazz for Years. So Why Is He a Rising Star?6h Updated The New Vanguard: Orrin Evans Has Been Playing Jazz for Years. So Why Is He a Rising Star?
The pianist has spent over two decades committed to his own vision, but he’s never been fully accepted as a marquee bandleader. That’s changing.
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Playlist: The Playlist: Unreleased Chris Cornell, and 12 More New Songs6h Updated Playlist: The Playlist: Unreleased Chris Cornell, and 12 More New Songs
Hear new music from Lil Peep and XXXTentacion, Kesha, Rosanne Cash and others.
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France Offers Its Film Industry Incentives to Hire Women7h France Offers Its Film Industry Incentives to Hire Women
Movie productions with anywhere from four to eight women in key positions will be eligible for higher government subsidies.
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Kenya lifts ban on lesbian film Rafiki ahead of Oscars7h Kenya lifts ban on lesbian film Rafiki ahead of Oscars
A Kenyan judge temporarily lifts a ban on a film about a lesbian love affair ahead of the Oscars.
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Review: ‘The Good Cop’ Emulates ‘Monk’ but Misses Tony Shalhoub8h Review: ‘The Good Cop’ Emulates ‘Monk’ but Misses Tony Shalhoub
The creator of “Monk,” about an obsessive-compulsive detective, returns with a new Netflix show about a detective who’s obsessed with following the rules.
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DC Superheroes Have Their Own Streaming Service Now8h Updated DC Superheroes Have Their Own Streaming Service Now
The new service is dedicated to Batman, Wonder Woman and the rest of the DC pantheon, offering movies, original series and more. Is it worth the cost?
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That Decisive Moment: Jaap Takes Charge: The Week in Classical Music9h That Decisive Moment: Jaap Takes Charge: The Week in Classical Music
The opening of the New York Philharmonic’s season, and its new music director, were among the highlights.
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Best of Late Night: James Corden Makes Fun of Trump for Suggesting Spain Build a Wall9h Updated Best of Late Night: James Corden Makes Fun of Trump for Suggesting Spain Build a Wall
According to a Spanish politician, President Trump sought to persuade officials in Spain to build a wall across the Sahara to curb migration from Africa.
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Muslim Rapper Cancels Bataclan Concerts. French Far-Right Celebrates.9h Updated Muslim Rapper Cancels Bataclan Concerts. French Far-Right Celebrates.
Marine Le Pen called rapper Médine’s decision to cancel the shows “a victory for all victims of Islamist terrorism.”
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Liam McIlvanney wins Scottish crime book of the year award10h Liam McIlvanney wins Scottish crime book of the year award
Liam McIlvanney's book The Quaker picked up the 2018 McIlvanney Prize, named after his father William.
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‘Saturday Night Live’ Adds New Cast Member for 44th Season10h ‘Saturday Night Live’ Adds New Cast Member for 44th Season
Ego Nwodim will join “S.N.L.” as a featured performer for the coming season, and the rest of its ensemble cast will return largely intact.
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Tennessee Williams Made Paintings. They Were About Love and Loss, Too.10h Tennessee Williams Made Paintings. They Were About Love and Loss, Too.
The playwright’s little-known artworks provide an intimate look at his preoccupation with eternal questions and his feeling of being an outsider.
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Handel and Philip Glass, but Make It Fashion11h Handel and Philip Glass, but Make It Fashion
The countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo has planned an all-star art-clothes-dance-video spectacle to accompany the release of his new album, “ARC.”
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Review: The Jaap van Zweden Era Begins at the Philharmonic12h Review: The Jaap van Zweden Era Begins at the Philharmonic
At the season-opening gala concert, Mr. van Zweden made a strong statement about new music. But his approach to repertory staples remains problematic.
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How Robyn, Pop’s Glittery Rebel, Danced Her Way Back From Darkness12h Updated How Robyn, Pop’s Glittery Rebel, Danced Her Way Back From Darkness
After enduring an emotional crash, a breakup and the death of a mentor, the Swedish star has her first album in eight years and the most transcendent song of her career.
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The Frick Likely to Take Over the Met Breuer13h Updated The Frick Likely to Take Over the Met Breuer
The Met Museum is in talks with the Frick to assume the last three years of the Met’s lease while the Frick’s home is renovated.
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Game of Thrones baby names still proving popular13h Game of Thrones baby names still proving popular
Khaleesi, Arya and Sansa are all to be found on the latest list of most popular baby names.
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Scene City: Prelude to Fall14h Scene City: Prelude to Fall
Fund-raisers were held for the Asia Society, the Untermyer Gardens Conservancy and the Henry Street Settlement.
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The Art World’s Elephant in the Room14h The Art World’s Elephant in the Room
A decade after the fall of Lehman Brothers, the art market remains one of the most glaringly visible symptoms of global income inequality.
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Former X Factor contestant Chico suffers stroke14h Former X Factor contestant Chico suffers stroke
The 47-year-old fell ill on the way back from performing a gig at the weekend.
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Harvard Club Considers a Change, and Some Think It’s the ‘Worst Thing Ever’15h Harvard Club Considers a Change, and Some Think It’s the ‘Worst Thing Ever’
When the New York City club’s leadership proposed turning Harvard Hall into a dining room, members pushed back and the club president was called a “fascist dictator.”
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Glenstone, a Private Art Xanadu, Invests $200 Million in a Public Vision15h Glenstone, a Private Art Xanadu, Invests $200 Million in a Public Vision
This expanded private museum in Maryland gets a tax break for Mitchell and Emily Wei Rales. But artists say it gives the world an exciting place to view their work.
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A Word With: Jane Fonda Isn’t Letting the Curtain Come Down Any Time Soon15h A Word With: Jane Fonda Isn’t Letting the Curtain Come Down Any Time Soon
Ms. Fonda speaks about her new documentary, “Jane Fonda in Five Acts,” and about what lies ahead.
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Was This Homage to Bratwurst Really Designed by Robert Indiana?15h Was This Homage to Bratwurst Really Designed by Robert Indiana?
The sausage company that commissioned it believes it was, despite a disputed image of the artist that may have been altered.
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Review: ‘Maniac’ Is a Hallucinatory, Emotional Dream Machine16h Updated Review: ‘Maniac’ Is a Hallucinatory, Emotional Dream Machine
Jonah Hill and Emma Stone fight personal demons (sometimes with guns and arrows) in a retro-techno pharmaceutical dystopian family-therapy dramedy.
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Mercury Prize 2018 winner is revealed16h Mercury Prize 2018 winner is revealed
This year's winner of the prestigious album award is announced by Radio 1's Clara Amfo.
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Art Review: Gentlewomen of the Forbidden City: The Power, the Intrigue, the Clothes17h Updated Art Review: Gentlewomen of the Forbidden City: The Power, the Intrigue, the Clothes
An opulent exhibition on Chinese empresses, on view now at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Mass., includes ultrarare loans from the Palace Museum in Beijing.
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17h Anatomy of a Scene: How to Create a Terrifying Home Invasion in ‘Assassination Nation’
The writer and director Sam Levinson discusses a chilling sequence from his film, shot outside of a home in a continuous take.
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Ed Sheeran to play Ipswich Chantry Park gigs17h Ed Sheeran to play Ipswich Chantry Park gigs
The Suffolk-born singer will be playing his first Ipswich gigs since becoming a global superstar.
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18h ‘Assassination Nation’ | Anatomy of a Scene
Sam Levinson narrates a sequence from his film.
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Sir Elton John accepts libel damages over dog injury story18h Updated Sir Elton John accepts libel damages over dog injury story
The star and his husband receive "significant" damages over a story about their dog attacking a child.
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Christine and Frank Lampard have baby girl18h Christine and Frank Lampard have baby girl
The couple call their daughter Patricia Charlotte Lampard, giving her the same name as Frank's late mother.
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Retooling the Met Opera’s Problematic ‘Ring’ Machine19h Retooling the Met Opera’s Problematic ‘Ring’ Machine
The 45-ton set for Wagner’s sprawling masterpiece was noisy and glitch-prone in its last outing. So the Met has been working for months to fix it.
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The Choreographer Kyle Abraham Mixes Things Up at City Ballet19h The Choreographer Kyle Abraham Mixes Things Up at City Ballet
Mr. Abraham, who is making his first dance for a ballet company, said he’s not trying to make “that canned version of ballet with an urban zhoozh.”
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Nonfiction: ‘Still Life With Monkey’: A Mischievous, Gluttonous Primate20h Nonfiction: ‘Still Life With Monkey’: A Mischievous, Gluttonous Primate
In her latest novel, Katharine Weber depicts the relationship between a quadriplegic architect and his monkey helper.
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Inside the List: The Writing Dead20h Inside the List: The Writing Dead
After Robert B. Parker died, Reed Coleman took over writing his Jesse Stone mystery series, bringing his vivid, distinctive style but staying true to Parker’s characters.
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New in Paperback: ‘Sticky Fingers,’ ‘Lea’20h New in Paperback: ‘Sticky Fingers,’ ‘Lea’
Six new paperbacks to check out this week.
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The Shortlist: New Fiction Traces the Anguish of Lost Young Men20h The Shortlist: New Fiction Traces the Anguish of Lost Young Men
Three books, including Michael Bible’s “Empire of Light,” feature directionless male youths attempting to find a way forward.
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Nonfiction: In Essays About Bodily Ailments and Other Conditions, Clues to Writing — and Life20h Nonfiction: In Essays About Bodily Ailments and Other Conditions, Clues to Writing — and Life
Ashleigh Young’s debut collection, “Can You Tolerate This?,” uses allegories of womanhood and writing as a window onto the human condition.
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Children’s Books: New Novels From Three of Today’s Most Beloved Children’s Authors20h Children’s Books: New Novels From Three of Today’s Most Beloved Children’s Authors
Jacqueline Woodson, Kate DiCamillo and Meg Medina tell empowering stories about vulnerable kids.
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Nonfiction: Haunted by a Victorian Novelist20h Nonfiction: Haunted by a Victorian Novelist
Nell Stevens’s “The Victorian and the Romantic” tells of her obsession with Elizabeth Gaskell.
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Nonfiction: Witnessing the Rise of Fascism in Italy20h Nonfiction: Witnessing the Rise of Fascism in Italy
Iris Origo’s war diary, “A Chill in the Air,” reports on how Italians viewed the Mussolini regime.
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Suge Knight trial: Rap mogul pleads no contest over hit-and-run death20h Updated Suge Knight trial: Rap mogul pleads no contest over hit-and-run death
Death Row Records founder Marion "Suge" Knight pleads no contest over a 2015 hit-and-run incident.
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Judy Greer, Hollywood’s Favorite Co-Star, Turns Filmmaker21h Judy Greer, Hollywood’s Favorite Co-Star, Turns Filmmaker
Beloved in the industry after more than 125 roles in TV and movies, the actress directed her first film, “just to see if I could do it.”
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‘A Little Life’ Comes to the Stage. The Audience Can’t Look Away.21h ‘A Little Life’ Comes to the Stage. The Audience Can’t Look Away.
Hanya Yanagihara’s best-selling novel includes many disturbing scenes. In a new production in Amsterdam, the director Ivo van Hove puts that cruelty center stage.
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What’s on TV Friday: ‘Quincy’ and ‘Jack White: Kneeling at the Anthem DC’24h What’s on TV Friday: ‘Quincy’ and ‘Jack White: Kneeling at the Anthem DC’
A documentary about Quincy Jones hits Netflix. And a Jack White concert film has its premiere on Amazon.
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