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The 2018 Oscars Musical Performers Include Mary J. Blige and Common
The broadcast, on March 4, will feature five musical numbers, including “Remember Me” from “Coco” and “This Is Me” from “The Greatest Showman.”
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The 2018 Oscars Musical Performers Include Mary J. Blige and Common
‘Black Panther’ Costumes Merge African History With Afrofuturism
The costume designer Ruth E. Carter has made a career of bringing black history to life in movies like “Amistad” and “Malcolm X.” But in “Black Panther” she draws on traditional African influences to look toward the future.
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‘Black Panther’ Costumes Merge African History With Afrofuturism
The Afrofuturistic Designs of ‘Black Panther’
For her extraordinarily detailed costumes, Ruth E. Carter studied the garments of the Maasai, the Lesotho and other African tribes. A 3-D printer was also key.
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The Afrofuturistic Designs of ‘Black Panther’
Degas Painting, Stolen in 2009, Is Found on Bus Near Paris
“The Chorus Singers,” worth nearly $1 million, was taken from a museum in Marseille. Customs officials found the artwork in the bus’s luggage compartment.
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Degas Painting, Stolen in 2009, Is Found on Bus Near Paris
The Year of the Dog
Galas were held for the New York Philharmonic, the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund and PEN America.
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The Year of the Dog
Trump Blames Video Games for Mass Killings. Researchers Do Not.
“I’m hearing more and more people say the level of violence on video games is really shaping young people’s thoughts,” the president said on Thursday.
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Trump Blames Video Games for Mass Killings. Researchers Do Not.
Luigi Nono’s Harsh Music Inspires Reflection and Action
Two New York concerts, including a rare performance of the opera “Intolleranza 1960,” celebrate a composer who lived and wrote boldly.
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Luigi Nono’s Harsh Music Inspires Reflection and Action
The Experiences That Inspired ‘An American Marriage’
Tayari Jones on exploring wrongful imprisonment in her new novel: “Since childhood, I have harbored a fear that prison would abduct the men in my life.”
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The Experiences That Inspired ‘An American Marriage’
Peggy Cooper Cafritz, Patron of Black Artists, Dies at 70
Also a civil rights activist and educator, she championed African and African-American art, building a collection and then rebuilding it after a fire.
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Peggy Cooper Cafritz, Patron of Black Artists, Dies at 70
Off Broadway’s Spring Semester: Five New Plays About School
Playwrights this season are focused on many kinds of unsentimental education.
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Off Broadway’s Spring Semester: Five New Plays About School
'Frozen' has its first performance on Broadway, and the fan frenzy begins
Princess dresses are not the sole purview of little girls. At the first preview of Disney Theatrical's new Broadway musical "Frozen" on Thursday night, the royal gowns were an equal-opportunity proposition for grown women, teenagers, toddlers and a marvelous little boy. At a quarter till 8, a giddy...
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'Frozen' has its first performance on Broadway, and the fan frenzy begins
Datebook: The minimalism of Tony DeLap, ceramics by Dora De Larios and the internet according to Petra Cortright
Art openings around L.A., including a retrospective by Tony DeLap, ceramics by Dora De Larios and video by Petra Cortright.
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Datebook: The minimalism of Tony DeLap, ceramics by Dora De Larios and the internet according to Petra Cortright
The 99-Seat Beat: Justin Tanner weathers a storm, a play at the Santa Monica Pier carousel and more
Spotlight on Los Angeles theater: Justin Tanner's "El Nino," the new drama "An Illegal Start" at the Santa Monica Pier carousel, the new comedy "Wicked Pagan Gays" at the Zephyr and Olivia Dufault's New York hit "Year of the Rooster" at Theatre of NOTE.
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The 99-Seat Beat: Justin Tanner weathers a storm, a play at the Santa Monica Pier carousel and more
The spangles are flying as 'Priscilla Queen of the Desert' hits the road again
Somewhere in Los Angeles, a Jo-Ann fabrics and a 99 Cents Only store must be seriously depleted. Their stock seemingly can be found onstage at the Lex Theatre, where the Celebration company's production of "Priscilla Queen of the Desert" is dazzlingly sheathed in drag couture made of tulle, satin...
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The spangles are flying as 'Priscilla Queen of the Desert' hits the road again
'Dunkirk' editor Lee Smith fused a tense score and three story lines to make history new
Lee Smith had edited six films for Christopher Nolan by the time he arrived on an intemperate beach in northern France. The director handed him headphones and said their new collaboration had sparse dialogue but would pulse with incessant sound, like the ticking of a clock, to capture the quickening...
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'Dunkirk' editor Lee Smith fused a tense score and three story lines to make history new
Beyond the island paradise: A show that looks at what binds art and ideas in the polyglot Caribbean
"Relational Undercurrents," now on view at the Museum of Latin American Art, is a smartly curated show that explores themes in Caribbean art - identity, environment and mapping - touching on key issues at a critical time.
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Beyond the island paradise: A show that looks at what binds art and ideas in the polyglot Caribbean
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