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‘Diana,’ a Musical, Is Heading to Broadway 13 Aug 5:31pm Updated ‘Diana,’ a Musical, Is Heading to Broadway
The royal new musical with an American creative team will open at the Longacre Theater in March.
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IMDb Will Allow Removal of Birth Names — to a Point 13 Aug 3:50pm IMDb Will Allow Removal of Birth Names — to a Point
Advocates and Hollywood groups say the site’s previous practice of using such credits hurts transgender people. But the new policy still falls short in their view.
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Fall for Dance Unveils Its 15th Season 13 Aug 3:19pm Updated Fall for Dance Unveils Its 15th Season
The diverse lineup includes four world premieres, as well as appearances by the stars Misty Copeland and Sara Mearns, and the Mariinsky Ballet.
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13 Aug 2:01pm Updated Plácido Domingo, Opera Star, Accused of Sexual Harassment
Nine women told The Associated Press they were pressured into sexual relationships. Mr. Domingo said he believes the interactions were “welcomed and consensual.”
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Be Afraid. Be Very Afraid. 13 Aug 1:30pm Be Afraid. Be Very Afraid.
Summer’s notable horror fiction includes a story collection and a novel from Paul Tremblay.
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13 Aug 1:18pm Updated Fighting Harassers and Stalkers on the Web, in Court and in Print
“Nobody’s Victim,” by the lawyer Carrie Goldberg, and “Consent,” by Donna Freitas, recount the authors’ personal experiences with sexual harassment and its lasting trauma.
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‘Yellow Submarine’ & Me 13 Aug 8:34am Updated ‘Yellow Submarine’ & Me
The whimsical animated musical about the Beatles delights me in new ways thanks to daily viewings with my 4-year-old.
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13 Aug 8:00am Updated ‘Our Boys’ Explores the Anatomy of Hate Crimes
The creators of the HBO series discuss its story, which dramatizes the aftermath of the 2014 murder of three Jewish teenagers by Hamas militants.
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A Coming-of-Age as American as Apple Pie 13 Aug 5:00am A Coming-of-Age as American as Apple Pie
Tupelo Hassman’s novel “Gods With a Little G” pits a young girl’s self-discovery against her evangelical Christian surroundings.
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This Heroine’s Kind of a Female Millennial Thoreau 13 Aug 5:00am This Heroine’s Kind of a Female Millennial Thoreau
In Amanda Goldblatt’s debut novel, “Hard Mouth,” an aimless 20-something escapes family tragedy in the wilderness.
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‘Kochland’ Measures the Reach of a Politically Influential Corporate Giant 13 Aug 5:00am ‘Kochland’ Measures the Reach of a Politically Influential Corporate Giant
In his new book, Christopher Leonard offers a deeply reported look at the enormous energy conglomerate and its corporate and political objectives.
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13 Aug 2:37am Stephen Colbert Has Doubts About the Clinton-Epstein Conspiracy Theory
After President Trump promoted a theory that the Clintons had masterminded Jeffrey Epstein’s death, Colbert said, “They couldn’t even mastermind a visit to Wisconsin.”
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What’s on TV Tuesday: ‘They Ready’ and ‘Andy Irons: Kissed by God’ 13 Aug 1:00am What’s on TV Tuesday: ‘They Ready’ and ‘Andy Irons: Kissed by God’
Tiffany Haddish hosts a new series of comedy specials on Netflix. And a portrait of a professional surfer lands on Hulu and Amazon.
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13 Aug 12:02am Updated On PBS, Old Photos Tell New Stories
“Family Pictures USA,” hosted by the filmmaker Thomas Allen Harris, seeks to highlight common ground through shared personal history.
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Hot Priests and Wayward Libidos Run Wild on London’s Stages 13 Aug 12:02am Updated Hot Priests and Wayward Libidos Run Wild on London’s Stages
Andrew Scott, John Malkovich and Clive Owen are among the West End actors portraying men hopelessly in thrall to erotic impulses.
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Denmark Has a National Songbook. Should It Mention Ramadan? 13 Aug 12:01am Updated Denmark Has a National Songbook. Should It Mention Ramadan?
Communal morning singing is a cherished tradition, anchored by the country’s best-selling book. And it’s become an unlikely focus for debates about immigration and national identity.
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