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Review: ‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace’ Is Fashionable, but Flat 16 Jan 6:56pm Review: ‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace’ Is Fashionable, but Flat
The second installment of FX’s “American Crime Story” series is occasionally about Mr. Versace, but is more focused on his murderer, Andrew Cunanan.
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Critic’s Notebook: On Artists and Audiences at American Realness 16 Jan 4:59pm Updated Critic’s Notebook: On Artists and Audiences at American Realness
Watching performances at the American Realness festival, our critic was nudged into thinking about artists’ attitude toward audiences.
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There’s Not That Much Fashion in FX’s Big Versace Drama: There’s Not That Much Fashion in FX’s Big Versace Drama 16 Jan 4:35pm There’s Not That Much Fashion in FX’s Big Versace Drama: There’s Not That Much Fashion in FX’s Big Versace Drama
A highly anticipated follow-up to the “The People vs. O.J. Simpson” focuses on life in and out of the closet — not as a shopper, but as a gay man.
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Actress Says Stuntman Assaulted Her When She Was 12 16 Jan 4:22pm Actress Says Stuntman Assaulted Her When She Was 12
Eliza Dushku said she was molested during filming of the 1994 movie “True Lies.” Two more women have since accused the same man of sexual misconduct.
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Ditching Spike in Favor of Kevin Costner and Some Mean Teens 16 Jan 4:15pm Ditching Spike in Favor of Kevin Costner and Some Mean Teens
Paramount Network replaces the former home of “Baywatch” reruns with shows that have cinematic roots, like “Heathers” and “Yellowstone.”
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Show Us Your Wall: Don’t Tell Ken Burns Quilts Are Quaint 16 Jan 4:01pm Show Us Your Wall: Don’t Tell Ken Burns Quilts Are Quaint
The quintessential storyteller is fascinated by American quilts, saying it’s not so much a story as a question. Who are these people? Who made this?
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Newly Discovered van Gogh Drawing Is a ‘Stylistic Missing Link’ 16 Jan 3:57pm Updated Newly Discovered van Gogh Drawing Is a ‘Stylistic Missing Link’
A drawing that the artist made in Paris in 1886 has been recognized by the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, which researched its history.
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16 Jan 3:48pm How the Cranberries Rose to Fame
Dave Fanning, an Irish music journalist and one of the first to discover the Cranberries, talks about how Dolores O'Riordan found a place between grunge and Brit pop that catapulted the band to international stardom.
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CRITIC’s NOTEBOOK: J.M. Coetzee’s Boyhood, in Black and White 16 Jan 3:38pm CRITIC’s NOTEBOOK: J.M. Coetzee’s Boyhood, in Black and White
Newly discovered photographs by the Nobel-winning novelist reveal a South African adolescence shaped by art and apartheid.
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Timothée Chalamet Promises Salary From Woody Allen Film to Charity 16 Jan 3:28pm Updated Timothée Chalamet Promises Salary From Woody Allen Film to Charity
The money will go to groups fighting sexual abuse and harassment. The actor is one in a series of Hollywood figures distancing themselves from the director.
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Books of The Times: In This Thriller, a Cold Case Turns Hot 26 Years Later 16 Jan 2:12pm Books of The Times: In This Thriller, a Cold Case Turns Hot 26 Years Later
Christopher J. Yates’s “Grist Mill Road” opens with a shooting involving three teenagers, then revisits the crime and its consequences once they’re grown.
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Review: In ‘Beuys,’ a Portrait of the Artist as a Socially Conscious Provocateur 16 Jan 12:59pm Review: In ‘Beuys,’ a Portrait of the Artist as a Socially Conscious Provocateur
A new documentary chronicles the work of the conceptual artist Joseph Beuys and the depression he suffered in the 1950s.
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CRITIC’s NOTEBOOK: A South African Boyhood, in Black and White 16 Jan 12:50pm Updated CRITIC’s NOTEBOOK: A South African Boyhood, in Black and White
Newly discovered photographs by J.M. Coetzee, the Nobel-winning novelist, reveal an adolescence shaped by art and apartheid.
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Review: Richard Maxwell Considers Life After Life in ‘Paradiso’ 16 Jan 12:33pm Review: Richard Maxwell Considers Life After Life in ‘Paradiso’
In the bleak and buoyant “Paradiso,” a world beyond human existence is summoned with stark sentimentality and endless eloquence.
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Opening Wide: The Bolshoi’s New, More Poetic ‘Romeo and Juliet’ 16 Jan 12:08pm Opening Wide: The Bolshoi’s New, More Poetic ‘Romeo and Juliet’
The Bolshoi contains multitudes — or, at least, doubles of some repertory, including “Romeo and Juliet,” whose new version is byAlexei Ratmansky.
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New Trailer: ‘Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot’ 16 Jan 11:37am New Trailer: ‘Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot’
Gus Van Sant directs a biopic starring Joaquin Phoenix as the disabled cartoonist John Callahan. Rooney Mara, Jack Black and Jonah Hill also appear.
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The Memories in Dolores O’Riordan’s Fierce, Fragile Voice 16 Jan 9:00am Updated The Memories in Dolores O’Riordan’s Fierce, Fragile Voice
The Cranberries singer fascinated the world, but her success meant something special in Ireland.
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Dolores O’Riordan, Lead Singer of the Cranberries, Dies at 46 16 Jan 8:59am Updated Dolores O’Riordan, Lead Singer of the Cranberries, Dies at 46
Ms. O’Riordan’s voice, high and breathy but more determined than fragile, lent an unmistakable sound to songs like the hits “Linger” and “Zombie.”
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Dolores O’Riordan: So Many Memories in That Fierce, Fragile Voice 16 Jan 7:23am Dolores O’Riordan: So Many Memories in That Fierce, Fragile Voice
The Cranberries singer fascinated the world, but her success meant something special in Ireland.
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Star Trek: Discovery: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season 1, Episode 11: Secrets Abound 16 Jan 5:58am Star Trek: Discovery: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season 1, Episode 11: Secrets Abound
There was a big twist in this week’s “Star Trek: Discovery” — well, sort of. We remain in the mirror universe where relationships are sorely tested.
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Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Hammers Trump for His Vulgarity (Again) 16 Jan 5:00am Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Hammers Trump for His Vulgarity (Again)
President Trump disparaged Haiti and some African countries in a meeting last week, and late-night hosts won’t let him forget it.
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What’s on TV Tuesday: ‘Katt Williams: Great America’ and ‘Black Lightning’ 16 Jan 1:00am What’s on TV Tuesday: ‘Katt Williams: Great America’ and ‘Black Lightning’
Netflix unveils a new comedy special from Katt Williams. And “Black Lightning” spins an empowering superhero story.
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