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98 feed Art Institute of Chicago Names Its Next Board Chief - about 3 hours ago
Denise Gardner, who will start in the post in November, is believed to be the country’s first Black woman to lead a major museum board.
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98 feed ‘Our Towns’ Review: Across America, Signs of Life - about 4 hours ago
In this companion piece to the book of the same title, James and Deborah Fallows search for revitalization in American cities that had fallen on hard times.
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98 feed Eddy de Pretto Is the Proud Sound of a New France - about 4 hours ago
Born in the Paris suburbs, the singer has made waves with two albums that draw as much from ’60s chanson as contemporary hip-hop.
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98 feed Lincoln Center’s Plaza Is Going Green. Really. - about 4 hours ago
Lincoln Center, whose theaters remain closed by the pandemic, will cover the plaza around its fountain with a synthetic lawn as it pivots to outdoor performances.
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98 feed One Man’s Attempt to Solve a Mystery at the Top of Mount Everest - about 6 hours ago
In “The Third Pole,” the author and adventurer Mark Synnott documents his attempt to find the lost body of a 1924 explorer.
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98 feed Bolu Babalola’s Stories Reset the Idea of Who Sees and Who Is Seen - about 6 hours ago
In Babalola’s debut collection, “Love in Color,” the knight in shining armor doesn’t necessarily wield a blade, but instead, the ability to see.
books and literature love in color: mythical tales from around the world, retold (book) babalola, bolu
98 feed ‘Transformers’ and a Zombie Comedy: What ‘Invincible’ Is Made Of - about 7 hours ago
The writer behind the Amazon Prime superhero show ‘Invincible’ shares the films, comic books and characters he drew on to create the new series.
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98 feed The Long Tail of Aphex Twin’s ‘Avril 14th’ - about 7 hours ago
A song released 20 years ago continues to inspire curiosity and covers by classical, experimental and pop artists.
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98 feed Cambodians Demand Apology for Khmer Rouge Images with Smiling Faces - about 7 hours ago
An Irish artist colorized portraits of Cambodian prisoners who were tortured, starved, beaten and killed. In some cases, he doctored the images to put smiles on their faces.
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98 feed With a New Museum, African Workers Take Control of Their Destiny - about 7 hours ago
A Dutch artist worked with former plantation employees to create a “white cube” that they hope will one day display works returned from European museums.
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98 feed Edinburgh Festivals Will Go Ahead, in Person and Online - about 8 hours ago
The Edinburgh International Festival, canceled last year, said it would proceed in August thanks to three specially built pavilions.
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98 feed Frank Gehry Is Too Busy to Retire - about 9 hours ago
The Pritzker-winning architect is focusing on social justice projects — and can be something of a lightning rod — but he also has lighthearted pursuits.
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98 feed Missing Girls and a Bit of Mysticism, in Paula McLain’s Debut Thriller - about 12 hours ago
In “When the Stars Go Dark,” the author of “The Paris Wife” tries her hand at a new genre.
books and literature mclain, paula when the stars go dark: a novel (book)
98 feed An Old Man’s Youthful Fascinations Animate Cynthia Ozick’s New Novel - about 12 hours ago
The protagonist of the author’s latest work, “Antiquities,” recounts his obsession with Egyptian artifacts and his boyhood friendship with an unusual classmate.
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98 feed ‘Love Made You Black’: Gazes of Desire and Despair in a New Novel - about 12 hours ago
Caleb Azumah Nelson’s debut, “Open Water,” sets a romance between 20-somethings against the backdrop of racial oppression in southeast London.
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98 feed On the Run From the Nazis, Taking Train After Train - about 12 hours ago
Written in the wake of Kristallnacht, “The Passenger,” a novel by Ulrich Alexander Boschwitz, follows a Jewish man in an increasingly hostile world.
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98 feed Paul Theroux’s New Novel Takes On Life’s Crashing Waves - about 12 hours ago
“Under the Wave at Waimea” follows a former surfer through a reflective and ultimately transformative period.
books and literature under the wave at waimea (book) theroux, paul
98 feed Voyages of Hope and Anguish: New Science Fiction and Fantasy - about 12 hours ago
“The Memory Theater,” “On Fragile Waves” and “Victories Greater Than Death” take readers tumbling through realms and ever stranger stories.
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98 feed Book Review: ‘Empire of Pain,’ by Patrick Radden Keefe - about 12 hours ago
“Empire of Pain,” by the New Yorker staff writer, is a deeply reported chronicle of the Sackler family and the highly addictive painkiller it marketed — at great profit and with disastrous results for the public.
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98 feed The City That Won’t Shut Up Fills Two New Books With Its Babble - about 12 hours ago
“New Yorkers,” an oral history by Craig Taylor, and “Names of New York,” Joshua Jelly-Schapiro’s chronicle of street names, capture the dizzying variety and fluidity of the city’s stories.
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