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18 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend 17 Jan 6:54pm Updated 18 Art Exhibitions to View in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to new art shows and some that will be closing soon.
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Weinstein Jury Has Only 2 White Women as Prosecutors Protest 17 Jan 6:51pm Updated Weinstein Jury Has Only 2 White Women as Prosecutors Protest
The defense is “systematically eliminating every young white woman,” a prosecutor said during jury selection.
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Eminem’s Clumsy Statement on Gun Violence, and 9 More New Songs 17 Jan 6:25pm Updated Eminem’s Clumsy Statement on Gun Violence, and 9 More New Songs
Hear tracks by Thundercat, U.S. Girls, Sunny Jain and others.
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Most Weinstein Accusers Are White Women. Only 2 White Women Will Be on His Jury. 17 Jan 6:25pm Most Weinstein Accusers Are White Women. Only 2 White Women Will Be on His Jury.
The defense is “systematically eliminating every young white woman,” a prosecutor said during jury selection.
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Disney Drops Fox From 20th Century and Searchlight Studio Names 17 Jan 5:13pm Disney Drops Fox From 20th Century and Searchlight Studio Names
The name change means consumers won’t mistakenly connect the Disney-owned studio with Mr. Murdoch’s polarizing Fox News.
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A Mother and Son, Fleeing for Their Lives Over Treacherous Terrain 17 Jan 5:02pm Updated A Mother and Son, Fleeing for Their Lives Over Treacherous Terrain
Jeanine Cummins’s much-anticipated novel “American Dirt,” about Mexican migrants crossing to America, is well intentioned. Is that enough?
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Most Weinstein Accusers Are White Women. Only 2 Will Be on His Jury. 17 Jan 4:40pm Most Weinstein Accusers Are White Women. Only 2 Will Be on His Jury.
The defense is “systematically eliminating every young white woman,” a prosecutor said during jury selection.
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At Under the Radar, Avant-Garde Shows Leap Outside Reality 17 Jan 4:19pm At Under the Radar, Avant-Garde Shows Leap Outside Reality
The Public Theater’s festival has included 12 main offerings, four cabaret acts and six pieces in development. Here’s the last of what our critics saw.
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Disney Drops Fox From Names of Studios It Bought From Rupert Murdoch 17 Jan 3:56pm Updated Disney Drops Fox From Names of Studios It Bought From Rupert Murdoch
The name change means consumers won’t mistakenly connect the Disney-owned studio with Mr. Murdoch’s polarizing Fox News.
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Pressured by Simmons Over Film, Oprah Winfrey Was Caught in a Bind 17 Jan 3:40pm Updated Pressured by Simmons Over Film, Oprah Winfrey Was Caught in a Bind
Ms. Winfrey acknowledged that Russell Simmons pushed her to abandon a documentary about his accusers, but said her own concerns led her to pull support.
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Watch Movies in 4DX and You’ll Get an Education in Filmmaking 17 Jan 3:39pm Updated Watch Movies in 4DX and You’ll Get an Education in Filmmaking
Shaking seats and flashing lights may seem gimmicky, but in fact the format’s effects let you feel physically how a feature has been directed.
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Klimt Painting Found in Museum’s Wall Is Authentic, Experts Say 17 Jan 3:11pm Klimt Painting Found in Museum’s Wall Is Authentic, Experts Say
Gardeners found the painting in the wall of the Italian museum it was stolen from almost 23 years ago.
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Only 2 White Women on Weinstein’s Jury as Prosecutors Protest 17 Jan 3:11pm Updated Only 2 White Women on Weinstein’s Jury as Prosecutors Protest
The defense is “systematically eliminating every young white woman,” a prosecutor said during jury selection.
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The Real Fashion Trend of Glenda Bailey’s Bazaar 17 Jan 2:50pm The Real Fashion Trend of Glenda Bailey’s Bazaar
Make no mistake: The departing editor actually changed glossy magazines as we knew them. But to what end?
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17 Jan 1:58pm The Outsider Art Fair 2020: 7 Must-See Exhibits
Our critic explores Yuichiro Ukai’s pen-and-marker dinosaurs and samurai, ceramic animals from the Peruvian Amazon and the photography of Vivian Maier.
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Lifting Off in ‘Porgy and Bess’ 17 Jan 1:28pm Lifting Off in ‘Porgy and Bess’
Watch a portion of Camille A. Brown’s choreography for the production at the Metropolitan Opera.
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How TikTok Is Killing the Radio Songwriter 17 Jan 1:23pm How TikTok Is Killing the Radio Songwriter
Songs that work in 15-second bursts are different from tracks that succeed on the FM dial.
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Disney Drops Fox From 20th Century Name 17 Jan 12:52pm Disney Drops Fox From 20th Century Name
The name change means consumers won’t mistakenly connect the Disney-owned studio with Rupert Murdoch’s polarizing Fox News.
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Review: Gustavo Dudamel Jolts the ‘New World’ Symphony to Life 17 Jan 10:45am Updated Review: Gustavo Dudamel Jolts the ‘New World’ Symphony to Life
This overplayed classic felt fresh in the star conductor’s return to the New York Philharmonic after 11 years.
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In a Dying Country, Garth Greenwell’s Narrator Comes Alive 17 Jan 10:44am Updated In a Dying Country, Garth Greenwell’s Narrator Comes Alive
For the American hero of “Cleanness,” part of the allure of Bulgaria is that it is disintegrating around him.
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4 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend 17 Jan 10:14am Updated 4 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to dance performances happening this weekend and in the week ahead.
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Gillian Anderson Listens to Fleetwood Mac and Loves Toni Morrison 17 Jan 10:00am Gillian Anderson Listens to Fleetwood Mac and Loves Toni Morrison
The London-based actress finds time for cultural enrichment between starring in “Sex Education” and “The Crown.”
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17 Jan 10:00am Juilliard Celebrates 32 Female Composers of the 20th Century
This year’s edition of the Focus Festival commemorates the centennial of the 19th Amendment with a globe-trotting survey of music by women.
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This Austrian Village Wants ‘Frozen’ Fans to Let It Go 17 Jan 9:34am Updated This Austrian Village Wants ‘Frozen’ Fans to Let It Go
Do you want to visit Hallstatt? Officials say too many tourists — many of them fans of the blockbuster film — are coming to the 16th-century village just to take pictures.
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Grammys Leader Deborah Dugan Removed 10 Days Before Ceremony 17 Jan 9:23am Grammys Leader Deborah Dugan Removed 10 Days Before Ceremony
The chief executive was placed on administrative leave following an “allegation of misconduct,” three weeks after sending a memo about voting irregularities and financial mismanagement.
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Grammys Head Deborah Dugan Removed 10 Days Before Ceremony 17 Jan 9:08am Updated Grammys Head Deborah Dugan Removed 10 Days Before Ceremony
The chief executive was placed on administrative leave following an “allegation of misconduct,” three weeks after sending a memo about voting irregularities and financial mismanagement.
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How Gay Art Survives in Beijing, as Censors Tighten Grip 17 Jan 8:50am Updated How Gay Art Survives in Beijing, as Censors Tighten Grip
An art gallery in China’s capital provides a lens into the city’s quietly present gay community.
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In Hamlet and in Life, Ruth Negga Does Not Hold Back 17 Jan 5:00am In Hamlet and in Life, Ruth Negga Does Not Hold Back
The Ethiopian-Irish actress returns to a “completely destroying” stage role. Next: a film adaptation of a 1920s novel about passing for white.
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Kumail Nanjiani Thinks Immigrant Stories Can Still Be Hopeful 17 Jan 5:00am Kumail Nanjiani Thinks Immigrant Stories Can Still Be Hopeful
The comic and actor discusses “Little America,” his new anthology series on Apple TV Plus, and why “despite all the issues, I personally do feel optimistic about this country.”
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Why Do Trump Supporters Support Trump? 17 Jan 5:00am Why Do Trump Supporters Support Trump?
Michael Lind’s “The New Class War” sees class divisions at the heart of America’s current political divide.
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17 Jan 5:00am In Magda Szabo’s Magical Novel, a Statue Protects Students From the Nazis
Published in Hungary in 1970 and now translated into English for the first time, “Abigail” is a fable-like story set at a girls’ boarding school during wartime.
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Three Books on the Enigma That Is Modern Russia 17 Jan 5:00am Three Books on the Enigma That Is Modern Russia
The lawlessness and corruption that characterize Vladimir Putin’s regime are examined by three authors from many angles, and from top to bottom.
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17 Jan 5:00am Growing Up in the Margins Without Being Marginalized
The narrator of Jessica Andrews’s first novel, “Saltwater,” is a university graduate from the working class, trying to find her place in the wider world.
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I Can’t Afford These First Editions, but I Buy Them Anyway 17 Jan 5:00am I Can’t Afford These First Editions, but I Buy Them Anyway
Stephen Marche on why he collects rare books and why our culture undervalues them.
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17 Jan 3:10am Late Night Settles in for More Impeachment-Related Entertainment
“This is historic,” said Stephen Colbert. “It’s the first time anyone has ever used the phrase ‘Trump knew exactly what was going on.’”
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‘A Fall From Grace’ Review: A Trope-Filled Thriller From Tyler Perry 17 Jan 3:00am ‘A Fall From Grace’ Review: A Trope-Filled Thriller From Tyler Perry
Even with Netflix’s backing and a supposedly suspenseful premise, his latest movie is, once again, about a sad, downtrodden woman.
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17 Jan 1:00am What’s on TV Friday: ‘Pain and Glory’ and ‘Real Time With Bill Maher’
Stream the film that earned Antonio Banderas his first Oscar nomination, and catch House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Andrew Yang on “Real Time.”
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Did the Civil Rights Movement Go Wrong? 17 Jan 12:00am Did the Civil Rights Movement Go Wrong?
In “The Age of Entitlement,” Christopher Caldwell argues that the source of today’s political divisions can be found in the reforms of the 1960s.
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