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Review: ‘Diamond Island,’ a Gentle Look at Teenagers in a Changing Land 12 Oct 11:29pm Updated Review: ‘Diamond Island,’ a Gentle Look at Teenagers in a Changing Land
The drama, directed by Davy Chou, is set in Cambodia and follows a group of young men as they work during the day and search for love at night.
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Police in New York and London Look Into Assault Allegations Against Weinstein 12 Oct 11:05pm Updated Police in New York and London Look Into Assault Allegations Against Weinstein
The reports — related to an episode in London in the 1980s and in New York in 2004 — are preliminary, but point to the breadth of the legal challenges Harvey Weinstein could face.
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Eli Broad, Patron of Los Angeles, to Step Down From His Philanthropy 12 Oct 9:54pm Updated Eli Broad, Patron of Los Angeles, to Step Down From His Philanthropy
His vast fortune shaped Los Angeles, from its arts and medical worlds to its reinvigorated downtown.
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Review: The Brilliant Disguises of ‘Springsteen on Broadway’ 12 Oct 9:45pm Review: The Brilliant Disguises of ‘Springsteen on Broadway’
In a hybrid of concert and autobiography, Bruce Springsteen delivers a major statement about his life’s work — but also a major revision of it.
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Review: Ai Weiwei’s ‘Human Flow’ Tracks the Global Migrant Crisis 12 Oct 7:09pm Updated Review: Ai Weiwei’s ‘Human Flow’ Tracks the Global Migrant Crisis
A documentary from an artist who wants to take viewers beyond the headlines and the images on the nightly news.
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Venezuela’s Government Cancels Another Gustavo Dudamel Tour 12 Oct 6:57pm Venezuela’s Government Cancels Another Gustavo Dudamel Tour
Mr. Dudamel, one of the world’s most famous conductors, criticized the government of his native Venezuela. It canceled his upcoming tour of Asia.
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12 Oct 6:25pm Anatomy of a Scene: Noah Baumbach Narrates a Scene From ‘The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)’
The director discusses a sequence featuring Ben Stiller and Dustin Hoffman.
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12 Oct 6:23pm Anatomy of a Scene | ‘The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)’
Noah Baumbach narrates a sequence from his film, featuring Ben Stiller and Dustin Hoffman.
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Wonder Woman’s Surprising Back Story Has a Film of Its Own 12 Oct 6:02pm Updated Wonder Woman’s Surprising Back Story Has a Film of Its Own
The director Angela Robinson explains how a psychologist with a three-way relationship and an interest in bondage and sadomasochism came to invent the superhero.
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Eli Broad, Foremost Patron of Los Angeles, to Step Down From His Philanthropy 12 Oct 5:30pm Eli Broad, Foremost Patron of Los Angeles, to Step Down From His Philanthropy
His vast fortune shaped Los Angeles, from its arts and medical worlds to its reinvigorated downtown.
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Rose McGowan’s Twitter Account Locked After Posts About Weinstein 12 Oct 5:26pm Updated Rose McGowan’s Twitter Account Locked After Posts About Weinstein
The actress shared a screenshot saying she had been blocked from posting for 12 hours. Twitter said one of her tweets had violated its privacy policy.
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What’s New in NYC Theater 12 Oct 5:13pm Updated What’s New in NYC Theater
Previews, openings and some last-chance picks.
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A Little Piece of Downtown Damascus in New Haven 12 Oct 5:09pm Updated A Little Piece of Downtown Damascus in New Haven
A meticulously detailed model brings a glimpse of the Syrian civil war to the Yale University Art Gallery.
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Film Series in NYC This Week 12 Oct 5:00pm Updated Film Series in NYC This Week
Our guide to film series and special screenings. All our movie reviews are at nytimes.com/reviews/movies.
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Events for Children in NYC This Week 12 Oct 4:54pm Updated Events for Children in NYC This Week
Our guide to cultural events in New York City for families with children and teenagers.
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Dance in NYC This Week 12 Oct 4:45pm Updated Dance in NYC This Week
Our guide to dance performances.
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Comedy in NYC This Week 12 Oct 4:38pm Updated Comedy in NYC This Week
Our guide to stand-up, improv and variety shows.
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Classical Music in NYC This Week 12 Oct 4:32pm Updated Classical Music in NYC This Week
Our guide to the city’s best classical music and opera.
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Art and Museums in NYC This Week 12 Oct 4:25pm Updated Art and Museums in NYC This Week
Our guide to new art shows, and some that will be closing soon.
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A Monteverdi Master Returns to His Roots With a Rare Trilogy 12 Oct 4:17pm A Monteverdi Master Returns to His Roots With a Rare Trilogy
John Eliot Gardiner, who founded his Monteverdi Choir in 1964, opens Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival with the composer’s three surviving operas.
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Jewish Center Faces Backlash After Canceling Play Criticized as Anti-Israel 12 Oct 4:15pm Updated Jewish Center Faces Backlash After Canceling Play Criticized as Anti-Israel
The American Jewish Historical Society is facing charges of censorship after it canceled a play and a panel that had been targeted by right-wing activists.
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Mr. Robot: ‘Mr. Robot’ Season 3 Premiere: A Whole New World 12 Oct 3:57pm Updated Mr. Robot: ‘Mr. Robot’ Season 3 Premiere: A Whole New World
Can “Mr. Robot” get out of its own head and recapture the fun that made its first season so intoxicating? Wednesday’s premiere suggests that it has.
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Book News: Weinstein Books Is Shuttered by Hachette Book Group 12 Oct 3:34pm Book News: Weinstein Books Is Shuttered by Hachette Book Group
Following reports on the allegations of sexual harassment and assault against Harvey Weinstein, the Weinstein Company’s publishing imprint is shut down
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Review: ‘White Famous’ Offers a Lackluster ‘Entourage’ Impression 12 Oct 3:01pm Updated Review: ‘White Famous’ Offers a Lackluster ‘Entourage’ Impression
Jay Pharoah stars as a comedian about to break through in this unfortunate Showtime comedy.
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Lar Lubovitch Dance Announces Its 50th Anniversary Season 12 Oct 2:54pm Updated Lar Lubovitch Dance Announces Its 50th Anniversary Season
The troupe’s coming season at the Joyce Theater in April will include appearances by the Martha Graham Dance Company and the Joffrey Ballet.
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Review: A Richard III Who Steps Straight Out of the Land of Id 12 Oct 2:52pm Updated Review: A Richard III Who Steps Straight Out of the Land of Id
An astonishing Lars Eidinger is a hunchback to remember in Thomas Ostermeier’s Halloween treat of a production at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
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Looted Antiquity, Once at Met Museum, to Return to Lebanon 12 Oct 1:22pm Updated Looted Antiquity, Once at Met Museum, to Return to Lebanon
Collectors agreed to lift their objection to the return of an ancient marble sculpture of a bull’s head after seeing evidence that it had been stolen
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Review: In ‘Marshall,’ a Legal Pioneer Gives History a Shove 12 Oct 1:18pm Review: In ‘Marshall,’ a Legal Pioneer Gives History a Shove
Reginald Hudlin’s movie about the crusading lawyer and Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall smartly keeps the focus tight.
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 All the Films of Studio Ghibli, Ranked 12 Oct 12:31pm All the Films of Studio Ghibli, Ranked
As a new DVD series makes an influential animation studio’s films easier to find, we look back at the entire catalog.
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Weinstein Company Was Aware of Payouts in 2015 12 Oct 12:21pm Weinstein Company Was Aware of Payouts in 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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American Beauties: Riding Shotgun on Martha Gellhorn’s Brave and Comic Adventures 12 Oct 12:15pm American Beauties: Riding Shotgun on Martha Gellhorn’s Brave and Comic Adventures
In “Travels With Myself and Another,” first published in 1978, Gellhorn recounted her “horror journeys,” some of them taken with Ernest Hemingway by her side.
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Law & Order True Crime: ‘Law & Order True Crime’ Season 1, Episode 3: Court TV 12 Oct 12:07pm Updated Law & Order True Crime: ‘Law & Order True Crime’ Season 1, Episode 3: Court TV
Leslie Abramson knows that whoever controls the narrative of this budding reality show controls the outcome.
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Ranking the Films of Studio Ghibli 12 Oct 11:52am Ranking the Films of Studio Ghibli
As a new DVD series makes an influential animation studio’s films easier to find, we look back at the entire catalog.
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Rose McGowan Suspended From Twitter After Ben Affleck Tweet 12 Oct 11:32am Updated Rose McGowan Suspended From Twitter After Ben Affleck Tweet
The actress, who has accused Mr. Affleck of lying about Harvey Weinstein, shared a screenshot saying she had been blocked from posting for 12 hours.
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Art Review: A Gathering of Greats in a Trove of Drawings at the Morgan 12 Oct 11:09am Updated Art Review: A Gathering of Greats in a Trove of Drawings at the Morgan
Goya, Rembrandt and van Gogh (for starters) lead the Thaw collection, which shows how drawing invented reality.
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Review: ‘Te Ata’ Shares a Heroic Story of a Chickasaw Ambassador 12 Oct 11:01am Review: ‘Te Ata’ Shares a Heroic Story of a Chickasaw Ambassador
A biopic about the rise of a Native American performer who overcame discriminatory laws to perform on Broadway and in the White House.
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Review: Netflix’s ‘Mindhunter’ Is More Chatter Than Splatter 12 Oct 10:36am Review: Netflix’s ‘Mindhunter’ Is More Chatter Than Splatter
Where recent TV has fetishized serial killers as fascinating geniuses, the new Netflix series focuses on the quest to figure them out.
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Modern Love: Modern Love Podcast: Ann Dowd Reads ‘My Husband Is Now My Wife’ 12 Oct 10:33am Updated Modern Love: Modern Love Podcast: Ann Dowd Reads ‘My Husband Is Now My Wife’
On this week’s podcast, the star of “The Handmaid’s Tale” reads Diane Daniel’s story of her spouse’s transition.
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Return of the ’80s! Synth-Pop Bands Stage a Middle-Aged Comeback 12 Oct 10:21am Updated Return of the ’80s! Synth-Pop Bands Stage a Middle-Aged Comeback
Pioneering electronic music bands like Depeche Mode, New Order, Alphaville and Erasure have released new material. It's like the 80s all over again.
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Review: A Starry ‘Don Carlos’ Brings Verdi, in French, to Paris 12 Oct 9:14am Updated Review: A Starry ‘Don Carlos’ Brings Verdi, in French, to Paris
Jonas Kaufmann and Sonya Yoncheva shine in a cinema-influenced staging that updates the opera, seemingly to the 1940s or ’50s.
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Review: Jackie Chan Seeks Vengeance in ‘The Foreigner’ 12 Oct 9:00am Review: Jackie Chan Seeks Vengeance in ‘The Foreigner’
He plays an aggrieved father facing off against Pierce Brosnan, who plays a character with possible links to the I.R.A.
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Review: In ‘For Ahkeem,’ a Last Option for a Troubled Teenager 12 Oct 8:30am Review: In ‘For Ahkeem,’ a Last Option for a Troubled Teenager
A documentary observes a St. Louis student facing a bleak future if she can’t graduate from an alternative school.
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Margo Price, Nashville Outsider, Tells It Like It Really Is 12 Oct 8:23am Margo Price, Nashville Outsider, Tells It Like It Really Is
The singer and songwriter, who isn’t afraid to brush up against the country music establishment, is releasing a new album that draws on her lifetime of struggle.
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Review: Reliving Delicious Terror in ‘78/52: Hitchcock’s Shower Scene’ 12 Oct 8:00am Review: Reliving Delicious Terror in ‘78/52: Hitchcock’s Shower Scene’
A documentary by Alexandre O. Philippe finds plenty to examine in one of the most memorable scenes in American film.
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Review: Two Hoarders Clean House in ‘Thy Father’s Chair’ 12 Oct 7:00am Review: Two Hoarders Clean House in ‘Thy Father’s Chair’
The mess that two Brooklyn brothers make of their house in this documentary is unholy in several senses of the term.
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Review: ‘Tom of Finland’ Is a Portrait of a Boundary-Pushing Artist 12 Oct 7:00am Review: ‘Tom of Finland’ Is a Portrait of a Boundary-Pushing Artist
Dome Karukoski’s biopic about the Finnish illustrator takes his life and reduces it to check marks on a list.
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Review: In ‘The Departure,’ Watching Over Those Who Flirt With Death 12 Oct 7:00am Review: In ‘The Departure,’ Watching Over Those Who Flirt With Death
This documentary follows a Buddhist priest who counsels those who are in danger of committing suicide.
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Review: Dead Again … and Again in ‘Happy Death Day’ 12 Oct 7:00am Review: Dead Again … and Again in ‘Happy Death Day’
A mean coed relives her own murder multiple times in this snappy horror-comedy.
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Review: A Cheery Portrait of Severe Disability in ‘Breathe’ 12 Oct 7:00am Review: A Cheery Portrait of Severe Disability in ‘Breathe’
The disability-rights pioneer Robin Cavendish is given an upbeat biopic in “Breathe,” starring Andrew Garfield and Claire Foy.
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In ‘The Party,’ a Portrait of a U.K. Divided by ‘Brexit’ 12 Oct 6:05am In ‘The Party,’ a Portrait of a U.K. Divided by ‘Brexit’
Sally Potter’s latest film, about a disastrous gathering of friends, shows what the director calls “a microcosm of a whole nation in a great political crisis.”
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In ‘The Party,’ a Portrait of a U.K. Deep in ‘Brexit’ Bitterness 12 Oct 6:05am In ‘The Party,’ a Portrait of a U.K. Deep in ‘Brexit’ Bitterness
Sally Potter’s latest film, about a disastrous gathering of friends, shows what the director calls “a microcosm of a whole nation in a great political crisis.”
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‘Dynasty’ or ‘Dallas’? Squaring Off in the Lily Pond 12 Oct 6:00am ‘Dynasty’ or ‘Dallas’? Squaring Off in the Lily Pond
Best villains? Cliffhangers? Social relevance? Clothes? Two Times journalists square off over Ewing Oil, Denver Carrington, and the characters that inspired two recent reboots.
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Fine Arts & Exhibits: Auction Houses Find New Ways to Survive 12 Oct 5:00am Fine Arts & Exhibits: Auction Houses Find New Ways to Survive
Their business model harkens to the 1700s, but the fight for buyers has moved to the internet and to Asia.
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Best of Late Night: Samantha Bee Leads Late Night in Going After Harvey Weinstein 12 Oct 4:58am Best of Late Night: Samantha Bee Leads Late Night in Going After Harvey Weinstein
The star of “Full Frontal” didn’t appreciate what she called Mr. Weinstein’s public “apology-like statement.”
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What’s on TV Thursday: ‘Silence of the Lambs’ and ‘The Rundown’ 12 Oct 1:00am What’s on TV Thursday: ‘Silence of the Lambs’ and ‘The Rundown’
A new talk show host arrives on BET with a fresh perspective. And two shows with rabid fan bases return to the CW.
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