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The Book Lover’s Guide to Summer 25 May 5:29pm The Book Lover’s Guide to Summer
Light the grill, slather on the sunblock — and grab a book.
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South Korean Movie ‘Parasite’ Wins the Palme d’Or at Cannes 25 May 4:34pm South Korean Movie ‘Parasite’ Wins the Palme d’Or at Cannes
The film by the director Bong Joon-ho is the first South Korean film to win the top honor at the Cannes Film Festival.
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‘Parasite’ Wins Top Honors at Cannes 25 May 2:56pm Updated ‘Parasite’ Wins Top Honors at Cannes
The film by the South Korean director Bong Joon-ho is a social satire about a family of poor hustlers who find jobs with a wealthy family.
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‘Heartbroken’: Weinstein Accusers Say $44 Million Settlement Lets Him Off the Hook 25 May 12:29pm Updated ‘Heartbroken’: Weinstein Accusers Say $44 Million Settlement Lets Him Off the Hook
Two actresses who have sued the movie producer said they would not sign on, jeopardizing the proposed deal. Others expressed anger and disappointment.
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25 May 8:00am Aching Lullaby: The Week in Classical Music
Daniil Trifonov playing Schumann, Morton Feldman and the composer-pianist Kelly Moran were among the highlights.
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The Week in Arts: Danielle Brooks as a Heroine; a Symphony Inspired by the AIDS Crisis 25 May 7:06am The Week in Arts: Danielle Brooks as a Heroine; a Symphony Inspired by the AIDS Crisis
“Much Ado About Nothing” reawakens in black Atlanta, Halston gets a documentary and the New York Philharmonic commemorates Stonewall.
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Fab 5 Freddy’s Latest Cultural Coup? ‘The Archive of the Future’ 25 May 6:32am Updated Fab 5 Freddy’s Latest Cultural Coup? ‘The Archive of the Future’
The personal collection of the original “Yo! MTV Raps” host, who united the worlds of hip-hop and art, has been acquired by the Schomburg Center in Harlem.
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The book that changed my mind: Matt Haig, Emily Maitlis and more share their picks 25 May 6:00am The book that changed my mind: Matt Haig, Emily Maitlis and more share their picks
As the Hay festival begins, authors reveal the books that have transformed the way they think
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Courtney Love: ‘A Hole reunion? We are definitely talking about it’ 25 May 5:00am Courtney Love: ‘A Hole reunion? We are definitely talking about it’
As Live Through This turns 25, the band discuss the trauma and pop tactics that charged its release – as well as their comeback Raw, beautiful and extremely angry: 25 years ago the grunge movement birthed its most powerful album. A raging takedown of body fascism, self-doubt and sexual assault in pre-#MeToo America,
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Anne Frank: the real story of the girl behind the diary 25 May 2:00am Anne Frank: the real story of the girl behind the diary
Boisterous, popular, self-aware: a new collection of all Frank’s known writing brings her into sharp focus, says the Costa-winning biographer Albert Gomes de Mesquita is one of the last people alive to have known Anne Frank in person. He appears briefly in her diary as a fellow student at the Jewish Lyceum in Amsterdam, where she writes of him: “Albert de Mesquita came from the Montessori School and jumped a year. He’s really clever.” There is nothing else. In all likelihood, Albert more or less vanished from her memory, but for him the situation is, inevitably, very different.
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Tarantino is back! 10 things we learned from Cannes 2019 25 May 2:00am Tarantino is back! 10 things we learned from Cannes 2019
Elle Fanning wins the style stakes, Quentin Tarantino gets movie nostalgia, film stars watch TV just like us, and everyone’s crazy about The Lighthouse Good news from Cannes for anyone who went off Quentin Tarantino when he started making westerns and war films: the director has gone back to his Pulp Fiction roots with
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Jeremy Kyle and human bear baiting: is the age of angry TV over? 25 May 1:59am Jeremy Kyle and human bear baiting: is the age of angry TV over?
With the rise of feelgood telly and the fall of the ITV talkshow host, antagonistic entertainment is losing its power
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25 May 1:00am What’s on TV Saturday: ‘Halloween’ and ‘The Perfection’
Jamie Lee Curtis returns for a final showdown in the “Halloween” reboot. And Allison Williams stars in a disturbing thriller on Netflix.
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