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Richard Brody reviews "I Feel Pretty," the new film from the writer-directors Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein that makes waste of its star, Amy Schumer. [Read More]
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Amanda Petrusich on the release of a recording of the musician Prince performing his song "Nothing Compares 2 U," which was famously covered by the artist Sinéad O'Connor. [Read More]
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Bitterly resented by supporters of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump alike, the former FBI director tells his side of the story. [Read More]
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Sara Davidson writes about the growing number of senior citizens who are turning to medical marijuana as a way to reduce a dependence on prescription drugs. [Read More]
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Gustavo Dudamel leads two concerts this week, setting popular standards against more modernist material. [Read More]
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Anthony Lane reviews Lucas Belvaux's take on Marine Le Pen's ascendancy and Henri-Georges Clouzot's wartime classic about a town torn apart by mistrust. [Read More]
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The sculptor's high-tech, low-fi creations signal a world out of balance. [Read More]
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The plush, pillowy bread sheathes a dozen or so sandwich varieties at the first U.S. outpost of Eyal Shani's beloved Israeli chain. [Read More]
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In this cavernous subterranean space, the chairs are filled with East Village denizens out for an evening of accordion songs and infused-vodka Martinis. [Read More]
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Sam Knight on drill, a form of hip-hop that some people relate to London's problem with knife violence. [Read More]
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After showing poise and fortitude opposite Romeo and in "A Doll's House, Part 2," the Broadway actress takes on the titular martyr-troublemaker of "Saint Joan." [Read More]
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Susan Glasser writes about how Donald Trump's Defense Secretary, James Mattis, has survived the turbulent Administration thus far. [Read More]
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Richard Brody writes that "Godard Mon Amour" flattens and empties of meaning the real-life relationship of Godard and Wiazemsky. [Read More]
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Jonathan Blitzer writes about the effects of the largest workplace roundup of immigrants in a decade on Morristown, Tennessee. [Read More]
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Liana Finck's illustrated advice column tackles tough questions about being jealous of your stepdaughter and falling in love with your best friend. [Read More]
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Troy Patterson writes about Season 2 of the HBO series "Westworld," starring Anthony Hopkins and Evan Rachel Wood, and the show's torturing narrative gamesmanship serves its view of life as nasty, brutish, and punishingly long. [Read More]
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Jiayang Fan writes about the effort by Xi Jinping's government in China to censor the social-media giant Bytedance. [Read More]
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Alexandra Lange writes on Susan Kare, who designed the suite of icons that made the Macintosh revolutionary—a computer that you could communicate with in pictures. [Read More]
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Lars Kenseth's Daily Cartoon reveals the latest tell-all from the Trump Administration. [Read More]
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Alan Burdick on a new study about orgasms in male fruit flies. [Read More]
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