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Critic’s Notebook: Harvey Weinstein Is Gone. But Hollywood Still Has a Problem. 11 Oct 9:51pm Updated Critic’s Notebook: Harvey Weinstein Is Gone. But Hollywood Still Has a Problem.
Women helped build the movie industry, but it has long been a male-dominated enterprise that systematically treats women — as a class — as inferior.
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With...Tom Hanks: Hollywood’s Most Decent Fella on Weinstein, Trump and History 11 Oct 9:04pm Updated With...Tom Hanks: Hollywood’s Most Decent Fella on Weinstein, Trump and History
As accusations rain on a kingpin of his industry, the actor known for his American hero roles begins a tour for his wide-eyed book of short stories.
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Weinstein Company May Have Known of Settlements Since 2015 11 Oct 8:31pm Weinstein Company May Have Known of Settlements Since 2015
As the company seeks to distance itself from Harvey Weinstein, there are conflicting accounts about what it knew and how it responded.
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Holly Block, Director of the Bronx Museum, Dies at 58 11 Oct 8:13pm Updated Holly Block, Director of the Bronx Museum, Dies at 58
Ms. Block moved just outside the white-hot center of the New York art world, where alternative spaces and smaller museums overlap and cross-fertilize.
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Rose McGowan Attacks Ben Affleck Over Harvey Weinstein: ‘You Lie’ 11 Oct 6:08pm Updated Rose McGowan Attacks Ben Affleck Over Harvey Weinstein: ‘You Lie’
Mr. Affleck said Tuesday he was “angry” about Mr. Weinstein’s alleged harassment and assaults of women but did not indicate he was aware of the behavior. Ms. McGowan said he knew.
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Former Sotheby’s Auctioneer to Advise on Newhouse Art Collection 11 Oct 6:00pm Former Sotheby’s Auctioneer to Advise on Newhouse Art Collection
The family of S.I. Newhouse Jr. has chosen Tobias Meyer to help determine how to handle Mr. Newhouse’s formidable trove of art.
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Cannes and Bafta Denounce Harvey Weinstein Over Sexual Abuse Scandal 11 Oct 5:58pm Updated Cannes and Bafta Denounce Harvey Weinstein Over Sexual Abuse Scandal
Labour Party members in Britain also called for an honorary title to be revoked as anger over the scandal spread across Europe.
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Robert Plant, Party of One. (With Friends, Too.) 11 Oct 4:11pm Updated Robert Plant, Party of One. (With Friends, Too.)
On his new solo album, “Carry Fire,” the onetime Led Zeppelin frontman explores “grooves and moods,” from the blues to North African rhythms.
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Ask the Novelist Celeste Ng About Race and Writing 11 Oct 3:44pm Updated Ask the Novelist Celeste Ng About Race and Writing
The best-selling author of “Little Fires Everywhere” will join The New York Times on Facebook Live on Wednesday.
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‘Rocktopia’ and ‘Home for the Holidays’ to Hit Broadway 11 Oct 3:38pm ‘Rocktopia’ and ‘Home for the Holidays’ to Hit Broadway
“Rocktopia,” created by the Broadway actor and Trans-Siberian Orchestra member Rob Evan, will mix classical and rock songs at the Broadway Theater.
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Harvey Weinstein Sexual Abuse Allegations Are Condemned in Europe 11 Oct 3:31pm Harvey Weinstein Sexual Abuse Allegations Are Condemned in Europe
The group that hosts the Bafta awards suspended his membership, Labour Party members in Britain called for an honor to be withdrawn, and the Cannes Film Festival denounced his actions.
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Boîte: Alan Cumming Brings His Cabaret to the East Village 11 Oct 3:00pm Boîte: Alan Cumming Brings His Cabaret to the East Village
The actor took over the former Eastern Bloc gay bar, and turned it into Club Cumming.
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11 Oct 2:52pm #SpeakingInDance: 12 Moods for David Hallberg
Mark Morris’s new dance for Mr. Hallberg, “Twelve of ’em,” set to Benjamin Britten’s Twelve Variations for Piano, which will have its premiere at Fall for Dance.
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A Wingless Angel Comes to Light 11 Oct 1:24pm Updated A Wingless Angel Comes to Light
A plaster version of a Canova is coming to New York. The original marble work, with wings, was carved as part of a monument to Pope Clement XIII in Rome.
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Album Review: St. Vincent Makes Her Move Into Pop With ‘Masseduction’ 11 Oct 1:23pm Album Review: St. Vincent Makes Her Move Into Pop With ‘Masseduction’
Ten years after her debut, Annie Clark teams up with the hitmaker Jack Antonoff for an album that paints pop as deep, dark and filled with paradoxes.
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With...Tom Hanks: Hollywood’s Most Decent Fella on Harvey, Trump and History 11 Oct 12:49pm Updated With...Tom Hanks: Hollywood’s Most Decent Fella on Harvey, Trump and History
As accusations rain on a kingpin of his industry, the actor known for his American hero roles begins a tour for his wide-eyed book of short stories.
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‘Brilliant,’ 41 and Lost to AIDS: The Theater World Asks Why 11 Oct 12:46pm Updated ‘Brilliant,’ 41 and Lost to AIDS: The Theater World Asks Why
The death of Michael Friedman, a much-admired composer and lyricist, has left friends and fellow artists asking if they could have done more to help him amid signs of trouble.
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MacArthur Foundation Names 2017 ‘Genius’ Grant Winners 11 Oct 12:32pm Updated MacArthur Foundation Names 2017 ‘Genius’ Grant Winners
Rhiannon Giddens, the playwright Annie Baker and the theater artist Taylor Mac are among the 24 recipients of fellowships for “exceptionally creative people.”
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Disney, Hillary Clinton and the Obamas Condemn Weinstein 11 Oct 12:14pm Updated Disney, Hillary Clinton and the Obamas Condemn Weinstein
Disney once owned Miramax, which Harvey Weinstein co-founded. Mr. Weinstein is also a longtime Democratic donor with ties to the Clintons and the Obamas.
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The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston to Receive Two Major Donations 11 Oct 12:00pm The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston to Receive Two Major Donations
Collections of Dutch and Flemish art, and a new center for art from the Netherlands, are coming to Boston.
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Tom Hanks: Confirm or Deny 11 Oct 11:48am Tom Hanks: Confirm or Deny
The actor is convinced that typewriters are making a comeback.
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11 Oct 10:42am Updated Eminem Lashes Out at Trump With Freestyle Rap Video
The rapper accused President Trump of racism, hypocrisy, disrespect of military veterans and more in a video played at the BET Hip Hop Awards.
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MacArthur Foundation Fellows: Winners List 11 Oct 10:32am Updated MacArthur Foundation Fellows: Winners List
The fellowships are awarded annually by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation for exceptional “originality, insight and potential.”
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Critic’s Notebook: The Hand Has Its Social Media Moment 11 Oct 9:55am Critic’s Notebook: The Hand Has Its Social Media Moment
Hands-only videos have taken over social media, turning the disembodied hand into a symbol of artisanal craftsmanship and entrepreneurial zeal.
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It’s No Secret: Debi Mazar and Gabriele Corcos: ‘Create Some Mystery’ 11 Oct 9:33am Updated It’s No Secret: Debi Mazar and Gabriele Corcos: ‘Create Some Mystery’
He’s the dreamer; she’s the creative one. He’s the hands-on guy; she’s the settler.
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Review: Adam Sandler Is a Revelation in ‘The Meyerowitz Stories’ 11 Oct 8:00am Review: Adam Sandler Is a Revelation in ‘The Meyerowitz Stories’
A career high, and not just for this film’s writer and director, Noah Baumbach.
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At Frankfurt Book Fair, Politics Loom Large 11 Oct 7:50am At Frankfurt Book Fair, Politics Loom Large
“Books are the best weapons,” President Emmanuel Macron of France said at the opening of the fair, which is to be attended by Margaret Atwood, Dan Brown and Nicholas Sparks.
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Review: ‘Goodbye Christopher Robin’ Unspools a Difficult Childhood 11 Oct 7:00am Review: ‘Goodbye Christopher Robin’ Unspools a Difficult Childhood
Christopher Robin is more of a marketable commodity than a beloved son in this film by Simon Curtis.
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Best of Late Night: James Corden Says Trump’s Feud With Senator Is Like a Playground Fight 11 Oct 5:11am Best of Late Night: James Corden Says Trump’s Feud With Senator Is Like a Playground Fight
Mr. Corden said, “Donny made fun of Little Bobby for being short. And if you’ve just tuned in, I’m not reporting things my 6-year-old saw on the playground today.”
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State of the Art: The Frightful Five Want to Rule Entertainment. They Are Hitting Limits. 11 Oct 5:05am State of the Art: The Frightful Five Want to Rule Entertainment. They Are Hitting Limits.
Apple, Google and other tech giants are pushing deeper into cultural industries — and stumbling in ways that suggest a certain cluelessness.
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New Museum Selects Rem Koolhaas for Expansion on the Bowery 11 Oct 3:30am New Museum Selects Rem Koolhaas for Expansion on the Bowery
The addition to the museum will create an additional 50,000 square feet for galleries, improved public circulation and other programs.
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What’s on TV Wednesday: ‘Mr. Robot’ and ‘Riverdale’ 11 Oct 1:00am What’s on TV Wednesday: ‘Mr. Robot’ and ‘Riverdale’
As Halloween approaches, dark, violent shows like “Mr. Robot” and “Riverdale” return for new seasons. And a Halloween classic comes to Netflix.
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She Was About to Quit Acting. Then She Got the Role of a Lifetime. 11 Oct 12:01am She Was About to Quit Acting. Then She Got the Role of a Lifetime.
Denise Gough brings her award-winning turn as an addict to St. Ann’s Warehouse, and will follow that up with “Angels in America” on Broadway.
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