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New York Times Arts 4h
This is how the Oscar ballot should look, according to our critics
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New York Times Arts 5h
"The Wire." "Breaking Bad." "The Americans." Our critics choose the 20 best dramas since “The Sopranos."
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New York Times Arts 5h
He's 16, loves musicals, "Star Wars" and Disney, and now Andrew Barth Feldman is going to be starring in "Dear Evan Hansen."
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New York Times Arts 5h
The National Parks are in partial shutdown. But the American wilderness shines in a show at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston of works by Ansel Adam and his heirs. Landscape photographers show human hands changing purple mountains’ majesty.
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New York Times Arts 6h
Anne Hathaway on stealing the show as Daphne in “Ocean’s 8”: “It was fun to apply a lot of observation that I’ve made over the past 20 years or so about the incredibly ridiculous world of celebrity — to send that up with my tongue firmly in my cheek.”
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New York Times Arts 8h
Yalitza Aparicio, the star of "Roma," insists she's not a role model. "I'm not the face of Mexico," she says. The country has many faces.
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New York Times Arts 9h
Have you seen “Project Blue Book”? Here's the real story of that Air Force program on U.F.O.s.
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New York Times Arts 9h
“Fyre” is an “ethical thriller,” and “Fyre Fraud” is a “behavioral farce”: reviews two documentaries about the scam that gave us the music festival that never was
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New York Times Arts 10h
“Glass” is an enjoyably nutty new movie from M. Night Shyamalan. It joins "Unbreakable" and "Split" in a comic book trilogy.
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New York Times Arts 10h
Maggie Rogers wowed Pharrell in an N.Y.U. class and held her own in a label bidding war. Now the 24-year-old singer and songwriter is making her first major artistic statement.
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New York Times Arts 10h
Behind the peacock, monster, unicorn and other costumes on "The Masked Singer" is the costume designer Marina Toybina. A four-time Emmy winner, she got her big break working on Britney Spears’s 2007 music video, “Piece of Me.”
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New York Times Arts 11h
Private text messages raise questions about whether Robert Indiana, old and infirm, was really involved in making his last works
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New York Times Arts 11h
Pat Steir has been much acclaimed (and occasionally forgotten, the artist says) during her five decades at the forefront of the art world. Now she has an 11-painting show at the Barnes Foundation, there is a film opening Jan. 19 and she's an auction star.
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New York Times Arts 11h
The Grolier Club, the nation’s oldest society of bibliophiles, offers a peek inside the private areas of its grand Manhattan home. (Yes, there is a staircase hidden behind a bookshelf.)
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New York Times Arts 12h
Streets in Cremona, Italy, are closed and the mayor has asked its citizens to avoid making noise while an ambitious recording project takes place
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New York Times Arts 12h
From British punk-rap to 1970s-influenced country to morbid electronic pop, a guide to new artists to watch. Hear the Popcast.
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New York Times Arts 13h
Another reason to herald the return of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine": Stephanie Beatriz's opportunity to dig even deeper into the role of Rosa Diaz
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New York Times Arts 13h
A newly reissued boxed set of music by black composers was among the highlights of classical music this week
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New York Times Arts 13h
John Cage. Robert Rauschenberg. Betye Saar. See their most unusual drawings
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New York Times Arts 14h
Maren Morris is a little bit country, and 11 more new songs. Hear the Playlist.
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