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Julien Baker lived her life as a teenage introvert, then put it on tape with this band

Shortly after coming home from surgery last spring, Missouri native Julien Baker visited her surgeon’s offices for her usual checkup. But there was something...

Bill Cosby hearing a verdict about sex with children is just the beginning. The line of line of injustice stretches well beyond this moment...

After watching George Takei stop government officials and activists in the 1980s to fight for the cause of AIDS patients, I grew up a...

Til Kingdom Come: A wild journey to an alien paradise

Where do aliens come from? Where they go when they leave? Who could they all be? The aliens in this Tom Cruise/Robert Zemeckis/Tendo Nagenda...

New York City’s first free theater space is set to open Monday

Six decades after the last gun went off in New York City, the Lincoln Center Out of Doors announced the debut of its newest...

‘Cherry’ is a slice of America’s lost dream

We’re used to so-called sure-thing movies in 2017. Sure-thing sequels, sure-thing theme parks, sure-thing debuts, sure-thing TV shows, sure-thing books and sure-thing do. Which...

A trailer for an Oscar-winning writer’s return to the big screen

Florian Zeller is back in New York after a few years off, and the change in scenery works to his advantage. Zeller’s critically acclaimed...

The Yellow Ostrich in Sidewalk Cafe

Attending the opening night of his new collaboration with Claude Lévi-Strauss, Romare Bearden, a young artist on a path toward greatness, rocked a pedestal...

‘WandaVision’ aims to export SA game show from the show’s judges to a U.S. audience

WandaTV, a South African television network whose programming includes Mpho, a game show held by 13 teams of four judges, will premiere on Feb....

Elaine deKrints, Josh Groban, and more: The Lincoln Center Festival

The Lincoln Center Festival, a one-week series of classical music events, opens March 1 with a performance by Helios Quartet, marking the second of...

Why Keke Palmer’s Billie Holiday Documentary Overreaches

Actress Keke Palmer chronicles the life of blues-pop singer Billie Holiday in this lively but hyperbolic documentary about her career and death.Born Billie Mae...
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Philip Lott Indicted in NYPD Shooting Death of Sharif Kayser

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California Moves to Release Egg-Laying Hens and PIG CRUISERS

Gov. Jerry Brown, taking a page from his Republican counterpart Chris Christie of New Jersey, announced that the first round of his state’s egg-laying...

‘Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry’ Trailer

https://movieweb.com/billie... month, young singer-songwriter Billie Eilish released her debut EP, “Self Care.” Released on the heels of her successful single, “7 Years,” it’s already...

Florida Suspect Was Previous Kingpin in Cocaine Sting, Officials Say

Adrian Moya-Baptiste, 41, was one of the men in the car who killed four people after he had already been released early from jail,...