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Author of 'My Monticello' on Writing a Debut Book With Buzz
Jocelyn Nicole Johnson, at 50, is not the average age of a debut author. But the public school teacher describes herself as a "literary debutante" with the October publication of "My Monticello."
37 minutes ago
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Author of 'My Monticello' on Writing a Debut Book With Buzz
Karl Ove Knausgaard's Touch of Evil
"The Morning Star," his new novel, explores both the uncanny and the mundane.
37 minutes ago
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Karl Ove Knausgaard's Touch of Evil
What Should I Do With My Portrait of a Slaveholding Ancestor?
The magazine's Ethicist columnist on how to handle articles of history from a difficult past.
37 minutes ago
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What Should I Do With My Portrait of a Slaveholding Ancestor?
Humanity Is Stupid, Helpless and Possibly Worth Saving
Two new editions of the Polish writer Stanislaw Lem's work showcase his singular imagination.
37 minutes ago
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Humanity Is Stupid, Helpless and Possibly Worth Saving
The True Story of Robert E. Lee
Allen C. Guelzo's "Robert E. Lee" offers a nuanced portrait of the Confederate general who chose his state over the nation.
37 minutes ago
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The True Story of Robert E. Lee
From Joshua Ferris: A Father's Scattershot Legacy, Narrated Unreliably
Ferris's new novel, "A Calling for Charlie Barnes," follows its title character through some 40 jobs, five marriages and assorted children.
37 minutes ago
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From Joshua Ferris: A Father's Scattershot Legacy, Narrated Unreliably
Stephen Colbert Projects Joe Biden Is Still President
The "Late Show" host celebrated the results of an Arizona audit that confirmed Trump's 2020 loss.
3 hours ago
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Stephen Colbert Projects Joe Biden Is Still President
Review: "A Commercial Jingle for Regina Comet" Is Missing a Few Notes
In this new musical, a singer's future hangs on one song, but entrusting it to an inexperienced songwriting team is not, perhaps, the shrewdest choice.
9 hours ago
NY Times Arts
Review: "A Commercial Jingle for Regina Comet" Is Missing a Few Notes
Review: The crazy genius of playing Messiaen's 13 bird-inspired piano solos at L.A.'s Audubon Center
Piano Spheres returns to live performances with Messiaen's three-hour set of virtuoso avian-themed pieces played by 13 pianists in a park.
10 hours ago
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Review: The crazy genius of playing Messiaen's 13 bird-inspired piano solos at L.A.'s Audubon Center
Pee Wee Ellis, James Brown's Partner in Funk, Dies at 80
As musical director for the bands behind Mr. Brown and also Van Morrison, Mr. Ellis helped forge new hybrids, meshing pop, jazz, R&B and more.
13 hours ago
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Pee Wee Ellis, James Brown's Partner in Funk, Dies at 80
Lileana Blain-Cruz to Direct 'Skin of Our Teeth' in March
The new production of the play, which won the 1943 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, will mark the 125th anniversary of Thornton Wilder's birth.
13 hours ago
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Lileana Blain-Cruz to Direct 'Skin of Our Teeth' in March
'Latiné' vs. 'Latinx': How a newly crowned Tony-winning playwright cast his vote
Matthew López, Tony winner for "The Inheritance," notably used the term "Latiné" in his acceptance speech as the gender neutral alternative to "Latinx."
14 hours ago
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'Latiné' vs. 'Latinx': How a newly crowned Tony-winning playwright cast his vote
'The Enigmatist' creates a magical sense of togetherness at the Geffen Playhouse
Puzzle master David Kwong turns brain twisters into live theater with his show "The Enigmatist," at the Geffen in Westwood.
15 hours ago
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'The Enigmatist' creates a magical sense of togetherness at the Geffen Playhouse
Artist Alison Saar on why she gives power to the Black female body
In a two-part show, the L.A. artist empowers a stereotyped figure from American literature and conjures magic and cleansing.
20 hours ago
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Artist Alison Saar on why she gives power to the Black female body
Why a weirdly concocted Tony Awards was the booster shot Broadway needed
"Moulin Rouge!" takes home 10 Tonys, but Broadway as a whole emerges as the big winner at the pandemic-postponed awards.
1 day ago
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Why a weirdly concocted Tony Awards was the booster shot Broadway needed
Here is the 2021 Tony Awards winners list
The 2021 Tony Awards complete list of winners, including "Moulin Rouge," "Jagged Little Pill" and "The Inheritance."
1 day ago
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Here is the 2021 Tony Awards winners list
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