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Joe Coscarelli 15h
the new Cat Power is classic Cat Power because Chan Marshall is still raw as ever. she’s also more assertive, a single mom & no longer on Matador. we hung out in Miami and NYC and I tried to capture a complicated person who’s given a lot of herself…
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New York Times Arts 3h
Additional Cosby accusers won't be permitted to testify at his sentencing
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A judge rejected a prosecution request to allow several other women who say Bill Cosby molested them to testify at his sentencing
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“You’re supposed to shoot out and fly”: Watch a portion of George Balanchine's "Symphony in C," with City Ballet's Indiana Woodward and Sebastian Villarini-Velez
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New York Times Arts 4h
"The Long Take" by Robin Robertson, a novel largely in verse, made the shortlist of the Man Booker prize, as did two books by Americans
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New York Times Arts 4h
Perry Miller Adato, an influential director of documentaries about Georgia O’Keeffe, Gertrude Stein, Picasso and other cultural figures who began her award-winning career when relatively few women were filmmakers, has died
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New York Times Arts 4h
Remember the name Stefano Massini: The Italian playwright's first two American productions are coming to New York this season. "The themes of our times must land on the stage," he says.
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New York Times Arts 4h
Sharr White's new play asks whether the old Albany Democratic machine -- in which women like Polly Noonan had to channel their power through a man -- was corrupt or caring. The answer? Yes!
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New York Times Arts 4h
Edie Falco plays strong-arming Polly Noonan: power behind the Albany Democratic machine (and grandmother of Kirsten Gillibrand) in Sharr White's "The True"
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New York Times Arts 5h
The text of Ted Hearne’s “Animals” consists of six words drawn from a speech by President Trump about illegal immigrants: “These aren’t people. These are animals.”
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New York Times Arts 5h
Emperors of China’s Qing dynasty had dozens of concubines, but only one could be an empress. A new show in Massachusetts explores the opulent, cutthroat realm of the Forbidden City.
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The 25th James Bond movie will be released on Valentine's Day next year and will be directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, its producers said
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New York Times Arts 6h
What’s cool in jazz in NYC this weekend? Joel Ross at the Jazz Gallery.
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New York Times Arts 6h
Anthropomorphic hot dogs and more by Ivy Haldeman at Downs & Ross
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New York Times Arts 6h
Suge Knight is to serve 28 years in prison in a deal that prevents him from standing trial on a murder charge in a hit and run related to the 2015 film "Straight Outta Compton"
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New York Times Arts 6h
Michael Moore and Donald Trump have something in common: a flair for showmanship. “Fahrenheit 11/9” has the filmmaker owning up and fighting back.
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New York Times Arts 6h
Quincy Jones's life and career are captured in an affectionate and surprisingly comprehensive documentary. But its intimacy isn't surprising: One of the directors is Rashida Jones, Mr. Jones's daughter.
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New York Times Arts 7h
"A book about the arrival of a baby (by genteel Alice Munro, say) is no less political than a book about a bomb." talks about the Nobel Prize's politics with and
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New York Times Arts 7h
This documentary has a simple premise: Eileen Atkins, Judi Dench, Joan Plowright and Maggie Smith in conversation. And it's delightful.
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New York Times Arts 7h
The staged creations of René Pollesch, one of Germany’s most innovative directors, often don’t look like theater at all
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