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‘The Lion King’ Review: The Art of Herding Digital Cats 11 Jul 5:17pm Updated ‘The Lion King’ Review: The Art of Herding Digital Cats
Beyoncé, Donald Glover and Seth Rogen are some of the famous voices in a super-realistic version of the Disney and Broadway favorite.
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‘I Often Worry That My Time in the Industry Is Limited’: Black Artists Reflect on Diversity in Their Fields 11 Jul 4:18pm ‘I Often Worry That My Time in the Industry Is Limited’: Black Artists Reflect on Diversity in Their Fields
Responding to an article about African-American filmmakers in the ’90s, black readers in the arts discuss their fears and hopes for the future.
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11 Jul 2:58pm Where to Stream the ’90s Black Film Boom
Watch the movies discussed in The New York Times’s recent roundtable, and a few others from a golden age for black auteurs in Hollywood.
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In ‘The Nickel Boys,’ Colson Whitehead Continues to Make a Classic American Genre His Own 11 Jul 1:58pm Updated In ‘The Nickel Boys,’ Colson Whitehead Continues to Make a Classic American Genre His Own
Whitehead’s new novel, about the friendship between two boys, was inspired by the harrowing real-life story of a notorious reform school in Florida.
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Investigators Say a Ring Smuggled $145 Million in Ancient Artifacts 11 Jul 12:39pm Updated Investigators Say a Ring Smuggled $145 Million in Ancient Artifacts
It focused on treasures from six separate countries, and was led by Subhash Kapoor, one of the world’s largest antiquities smugglers, a criminal complaint says.
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11 Jul 11:58am Updated Philip Freelon, African-American Museum Architect, Dies at 66
He worked on numerous museums, libraries and other cultural projects, many of them devoted to the black experience.
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11 Jul 11:02am At the Salzburg Festival, Myths and Reality Meet Onstage
This year’s event delves into classical stories that “create the archive for our understanding of the world,” its artistic director says.
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11 Jul 10:54am Salzburg’s Young Singers Get ‘a Crash Course in Being a Professional’
The Young Singers Project draws budding talents for two months of learning, rehearsing and performing — as well as opera greats who are eager to teach.
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A Trans-Atlantic Artist, Recognized at Home, at Last 11 Jul 9:44am Updated A Trans-Atlantic Artist, Recognized at Home, at Last
An exhibition at Tate Britain suggests the breadth of the painter Frank Bowling’s career, which has spanned half a century, and an ocean.
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How Cameron Boyce’s Epilepsy May Have Caused His Death at 20 11 Jul 9:15am Updated How Cameron Boyce’s Epilepsy May Have Caused His Death at 20
The Disney Channel star’s family released a statement confirming his medical condition, which led to a fatal seizure over the weekend. In the U.S., about 2,600 people a year die from a disorder known as sudden unexpected death in epilepsy.
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An Operatic Star Spotter Announces Its 2020 Festival 11 Jul 8:14am Updated An Operatic Star Spotter Announces Its 2020 Festival
Prototype: Opera/Theater/Now will include the one-act “Ellen West” among six works in its January season.
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Listen to the Sound of Love Reinvented in ‘Oklahoma!’ (Headphones On) 11 Jul 6:29am Updated Listen to the Sound of Love Reinvented in ‘Oklahoma!’ (Headphones On)
How did a lush throwback like “People Will Say We’re in Love” become the lean, sexy, countrified number being sung today? Follow along as we break it down.
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Overlooked No More: Else Ury’s Stories Survived World War II. She Did Not. 11 Jul 6:29am Updated Overlooked No More: Else Ury’s Stories Survived World War II. She Did Not.
Ury’s books about a German girl were so beloved, readers clung to them through the upheaval of World War II and passed them on to their children. But few knew that the author had died at Auschwitz.
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How to Share a Screen With a Teenager: Your TV Questions Answered 11 Jul 6:29am Updated How to Share a Screen With a Teenager: Your TV Questions Answered
A father asks: Why is finding a decent show to watch with my daughter so hard? Our TV critic offers suggestions to this and other reader questions.
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The Dangerous Art of Pyotr Pavlensky 11 Jul 5:00am The Dangerous Art of Pyotr Pavlensky
His spectacular acts of self-mutilation and vandalism have landed him in jail in both Russia and France — and blurred the lines among art, protest and crime.
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11 Jul 1:18am Updated Studio Museum in Harlem Names Artists in Residence
This year’s slate, which includes two performance artists and a painter, reflects the search for what’s next in black art.
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Acosta Pleads His Case to TV Court 11 Jul 1:14am Updated Acosta Pleads His Case to TV Court
Under fire in the Jeffrey Epstein case, Labor Secretary R. Alexander Acosta went to the Trump White House’s most valued forum: cable news.
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What’s on TV Thursday: ‘Robin Hood’ and ‘Ben Is Back’ 11 Jul 1:00am What’s on TV Thursday: ‘Robin Hood’ and ‘Ben Is Back’
The recent, reimagined “Robin Hood” airs on HBO. And stream “Ben Is Back,” with Julia Roberts and Lucas Hedges, on Hulu.
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Kim Petras Builds Tomorrow’s Pop Out of Yesterday’s Fragments 11 Jul 12:49am Updated Kim Petras Builds Tomorrow’s Pop Out of Yesterday’s Fragments
On her debut album, “Clarity,” the 26-year-old pop singer who works closely with the producer Dr. Luke transcends pastiche and embraces a fringe sound that’s utterly new.
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Review: Putting Outlaw Music on Trial in ‘Rock and Roll Man’ 11 Jul 12:49am Updated Review: Putting Outlaw Music on Trial in ‘Rock and Roll Man’
A by-the-numbers jukebox musical weighs the evidence for and against the groundbreaking ’50s disc jockey Alan Freed.
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Review: An Intimate, Harmonious ‘Bournonville Legacy’ 11 Jul 12:49am Review: An Intimate, Harmonious ‘Bournonville Legacy’
Dancers from the Royal Danish Ballet bring a satisfying, if occasionally uneven, showcase of August Bournonville’s choreography to the Joyce Theater.
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Christie’s to Auction Items From the Collection of Lee Radziwill 11 Jul 12:47am Updated Christie’s to Auction Items From the Collection of Lee Radziwill
The auction will include fine and decorative art, books, costume jewelry, photography and memorabilia.
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Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles Chooses Its New Director 11 Jul 12:46am Updated Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles Chooses Its New Director
Anne Ellegood, senior curator of the Hammer Museum, will fill the position being vacated by Elsa Longhauser, who is retiring.
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Court Says Heirs of Holocaust Victim Can Keep Nazi-Looted Works 11 Jul 12:46am Updated Court Says Heirs of Holocaust Victim Can Keep Nazi-Looted Works
An appeals court in New York upheld a ruling that returned two drawings by Egon Schiele to the heirs of a Viennese cabaret performer.
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‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 Is a Portal to 1985. Here’s What It Sounded Like. 11 Jul 12:46am Updated ‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 Is a Portal to 1985. Here’s What It Sounded Like.
Listen to a playlist of songs from the summer that brought Prince’s “Raspberry Beret” and Aretha Franklin’s “Freeway of Love.”
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11 Jul 12:44am Updated ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’: The Screenwriters Explain the Twists
Here’s how the secret cameos, villainous reveals and end-credit shockers all came together (along with the twist that didn’t make it in).
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Dave Chappelle on Broadway: The Joke Is Getting Old 11 Jul 12:42am Updated Dave Chappelle on Broadway: The Joke Is Getting Old
The comic hasn’t adjusted his material for the setting: he’s still defending wealthy, famous peers and joking about transgender targets.
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