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Big Bird helped us be better people with the lessons he shared

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For the first time since 1992, Glenda Jackson has a new onscreen role, in the BBC film "Elizabeth Is Missing"

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For the art world, Lubumbashi, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, is a far-flung frontier destination. For the Congolese artists who run the Lubumbashi Biennial, it's the perfect place to reconsider war and exploitation and  propose new ways of living. 

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"He felt like that person in the room who would break into song," Martin Scorsese said of Jerry Vale. "It was like a family member in a way; that voice was so familiar and comforting.”

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This composer won the prestigious Grawemeyer Award for his orchestral work, “A Thousand Mountains, a Million Streams.” It's a reflection on the man-made destruction of landscapes and ecosystems, and the power of art to preserve them.

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Don McDonagh, a former dance critic for The New York Times and the author of critical biographies of George Balanchine and Martha Graham, has died at 87

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Success is coming faster than ever for a new generation of musicians. But at what price? Hear the Popcast. https://nyti.ms/2sndI7Z 

Success is coming faster than ever for a new generation of musicians. But at what price? Hear the Popcast. https://nyti.ms/2sndI7Z 

Watch a portion of Pam Tanowitz's "New Work for Goldberg Variations," a collaboration with the pianist Simone Dinnerstein

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The jugglers are experts of timing and force, doing math with their bodies to keep balls in the air

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First he took Copenhagen and Beijing. Now, a Danish dealer-turned-philanthropist is opening New York’s newest private art museum, which is tucked away in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

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The global mushrooming of biennials and triennials has reached Africa. But the Lubumbashi Biennial, run by local artists on a shoestring in the Democratic Republic of Congo's mining hub, stands out as a frontier event, remarkable for its resilience.

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What's on TV Friday: "Bumblebee" hits Amazon and Hulu. And a documentary about Mel Brooks airs on HBO.

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Richard Jewell's life — as a hero, then a bombing suspect, then a man who could never quite clear his name — plays out onscreen in Clint Eastwood's new film. Here's how his story was told in the pages of The Times.

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"The Irishman's" Jerry Vale scene explained

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That is one uncomfortable elevator ride. Watch Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie in this scene from "Bombshell," narrated by its director Jay Roach. https://nyti.ms/2ROZzeD 

That is one uncomfortable elevator ride. Watch Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie in this scene from "Bombshell," narrated by its director Jay Roach. https://nyti.ms/2ROZzeD 

Listen to “A Thousand Mountains, a Million Streams,” the work that won this year’s $100,000 Grawemeyer Award for Music Composition

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“Anything Can Happen in the Theater” is old-fashioned revue the ably showcases the work of Maury Yeston, the lyricist-composer behind “Nine” and “Titanic."

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In T. Adamson‘s play “The Straights,” at Jack in Brooklyn, two old friends set out on a road trip. It’s a very crowded car.

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Prime Minister Viktor Orban's party lost the Budapest mayoral race two months ago. This week, the government moved to tighten control of the city's cultural scene.

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The U.S. said that a diamond dealer in Lebanon had used an art gallery to launder money and a vast personal collection, which included names like Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol, to protect his wealth from sanctions.

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