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The New Yorker recommends: “Celebrity Skin,” Courtney Love’s 20-year-old opus.
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The New Yorker recommends: “Celebrity Skin,” Courtney Love’s 20-year-old opus.
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If Kavanaugh is not confirmed, Trump will likely let out a long wail of aggrievement, urging his base to send him more loyal senators. And, come November, the base might deliver:
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Why do some of us like sad music and scary movies? And are the resulting sadness and fear the same psychological states we experience in real life when, say, a friend dies or we suddenly lose control of a car on an icy road?
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Meet the Nigerian musicians who are changing the sound of global pop: Falana's music bears the influence of Latin jazz as well as of the funk-obsessed firebrand musician Fela Kuti.
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As Senate Republicans press for a swift vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh, Senate Democrats are investigating a new allegation of sexual misconduct against the Supreme Court nominee, dating back to his college years.
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The National Museum burned down; the country is burning down—in Brazil, that metaphor has been uttered repeatedly, in solemn tones, since the disaster.
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“Dietland” is the first television show can think of that might reasonably be recapped by Valerie Solanas.
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The Nigerian musicians who are changing the sound of global pop:
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The Nigerian musicians who are changing the sound of global pop:
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Before you know it Kate Atkinson’s novel “Transcription” turns from a wartime spy yarn into a fuguelike meditation on the fungibility of female identity:
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"Parent" as a verb: church.
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Christianity and rock and roll were at the center of twentieth-century American culture. Why was their combination so often viewed with disdain? 
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When the show “Dietland” opens, its misfit antihero Plum Kettle is a static figure, a desperate dieter and a delayed virgin, stuck in self-punishing loops. Like an incel, she’s ripe for radicalization.
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As reporters have investigated Kavanaugh’s high-school years, many alumni have expressed fear about going on the record and alienating themselves from a close-knit community.
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Another woman comes forward:
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A new allegation of sexual misconduct has been made against Brett Kavanaugh, dating back to his college years. "This is a serious, disturbing, and credible allegation, and should be fully investigated,” Senator Mazie Hirono said.
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