Arts

Mark Duplass Can’t Get Enough of ‘Rocky II’

It was when it started to dawn on me that an artist can have a life that is not you’re…

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In ‘American Rust,’ Buildings Crumble, Passions Burn

The setting is both beautiful and ugly, resplendent and run-down. Green foliage wraps around rusting mills, no longer in use;…

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Despite the Cosby Ruling, Andrea Constand Feels Like a ‘Symbol of Hope’

The call came just before noon. Andrea Constand had returned to her downtown Toronto apartment after walking her dog Maddy…

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Michael K. Williams, ‘The Wire’ Actor, Is Dead at 54

Michael K. Williams, the actor known for his role as Omar Little in the HBO series “The Wire,” was found…

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Nick Cave Digs Deep, With a Symphony in Glass

On a blistering afternoon in late August, a dedicated crew of construction workers moved through the corridor connecting Times Square…

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What’s on TV This Week: 9/11 Specials and ‘American Crime Story’

Between network, cable and streaming, the modern television landscape is a vast one. Here are some of the shows, specials…

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Waves of Joy: Capturing Black Surfers in Action

“We worked with people who are strong swimmers, who know the sport, who can predict where the surfers are going…

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The Secret to Yebba’s Debut Album? A Big Voice and Lots of Time.

The singer and songwriter Yebba has a story she tells about the moment she realized she was fated to pursue…

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Willard Scott, TV’s Clown Prince of Sun and Showers, Is Dead at 87

In more than three decades with “Today,” Mr. Scott traversed the country, delivering the weather on location at county fairs,…

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Movie Fans Repeated ‘Candyman.’ But Not the Name of Its Director.

Bernard Rose followed up his 1992 horror classic with a Beethoven biopic and four Tolstoy adaptations. Will the new sequel…

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