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“Ghosts aren’t real, but also they are?” Flash fiction by Rivka Galchen.
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A crucial aspect of jazz history—the private side, of music made in recording studios—is documented in a remarkable archive newly available online: the photographs of Francis Wolff.
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“Our Boys,” a new series on HBO, is a challenging work of art about the intractable problem of identity.
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The British Series "Travel Man," starring the comedian Richard Ayoade, depicts both the sights and sounds of its destinations and the sense of what an amiable neurotic might experience there.
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The thrill and terror of publishing a book, in graph form.
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Modern fandom has developed a dark side: to some diehard devotees, “an attack against a celebrity or a beloved character is an attack against the fans, and it is their duty to retaliate,” writes.
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During the Holocaust, nearly one of every four people confined in the Terezín ghetto died. Zuzana Justman reflects on the diary she kept while imprisoned there, and the fear and guilt that have long prevented her from sharing her story.
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The strength of Bernie Sanders’s appeal is that he addresses young crowds not as children or underlings but as co-organizers in a communal process, students told .
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The new film adaptation of "The Goldfinch" lacks the sense of wonder that drives the novel.
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Hassan Fazili shot the footage for his shattering new documentary, which follows his own family as they seek asylum, on three cell phones.
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"Party Down," streaming on Hulu, is a dark comedy that follows the employees of a catering service as they navigate the indignities of the post-recession work environment.
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. on the many failures that culminate in the new film adaptation of "The Goldfinch."
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The career of the French-Canadian writer Marie-Claire Blais had precocious and auspicious beginnings: she published her first novel when she was just 20 years old.
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In his new memoir, David Cameron recounts the fateful role he played in Brexit.
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The story behind recently banned billboard boats, which have been referred to as "a nuisance that blight our shores."
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. proposes "one of the final great campaigns of the climate movement."
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In our latest issue, Constance Wu discusses Asian-American stereotypes, representation in pop culture, and how she speaks Chinese—“like a toddler with an American accent.”
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In two tremendous shows of Roy DeCarava’s black-and-white photography, what emerges is as much a narrative of a thinker as that of an artist.
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At a campaign rally in New Mexico, on Monday night, Donald Trump used blatant stereotypes to characterize Latino voters.
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The tracksuit, an aesthetic symbol of rap culture and street culture, has been co-opted and monetized by high fashion.
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